Adam Radly is a philosopher, philanthropist and entrepreneur. Adam has a lot to say about all of these activities in his Tedx Talk.
Adam Radly is the founder of World Reconciliation Day – an event where the company he created donated $1 million to the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund. Adam has initiated or been involved with numerous other philanthropic projects.
Adam Radly is the founder of the world’s first open source philosophy. The philosophy is called “Maximum Positive Impact” (“MPI”) and the name essentially reflects what the philosophy is about. MPI came about as a result of a philanthropic project that Adam was implementing in Mali involving setting up a health center for a rural village. Everything that Adam had done up to this point had been a careful process of elimination designed to optimize the result. After taking some time to reflect on the process, Adam realized that he had been focusing on the things that would have the maximum positive impact. He decided to apply the same concepts to life and this is how the MPI philosophy was born.
Adam Radly’s first digital media startup was started with nothing and completed a $50 million IPO. Since then Adam’s S7 Group has been a private investor and incubator. Adam has personally raised more than $120 million for projects where he was the CEO and largest shareholder. Now, Adam is combining philosophy, philanthropy and entrepreneurship in the “I Imagine” project – a project that Adam says will be his “last project”.
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