One of the goals of Nugent Magazine and it's social media and podcast platforms is to share all the good news. “We are trying to change the conversation one positive story at a time,” said Kate Strong, CEO at Nugent Magazine. “I want to fill my life with as much positivity as possible. When we focus on the good, we see more good. There are so many inspiring people we call neighbors, friends, and family that are doing good and making a change in the lives of others and we want to share those stories with you.”
“We are adding a new spotlight to our media platforms called "Utah Hometown Hero" (#utahhometownhero). We want to feature people and their story, acts of kindness or good deed-- no matter how small. We really want to reach out and connect with all the good news happening in our community and towns and cities and bring it to you,” Kate said.
“We will be posting about these hometown heroes on our social media and/or interviewing them on our "Nugent Good News"podcast with Adam Nugent, doing a feature on our blog or in our Nugent Magazine,” she said. How great is it that nearly 40 residents of Pleasant Grove, Utah shaved their heads in support of teenager Colter Castle, who had his head shaved before having surgery for a brain bleed. We also loved sharing the story of six-year-old, Bridger, who saved the life of his little sister by standing between her and a charging dog. After 90 stitches, he is on the mend and has definitely moved into the “superhero status” and was even made an honorary World Champion by the World Boxing Council.
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