May 9, 2019: Alex Counts has enjoyed a remarkably successful career in the world of social entrepreneurship. So why has he written a book that's filled with stories of his failures, mistakes, and troubles? Read the press release.
May 15, 2019: "In the summer of 1990, before 'self-care' became a catchphrase, 22-year-old Alex Counts saw first-hand what burnout looked like." On Stories Beneath the Shell, David DeWeaver writes about the life lessons Alex Counts is now teaching. Read the story.
June 5, 2019: Writing your book is just the first step in becoming a happy and successful author. Read Alex Counts's 27 Tips for Promoting Your Book on a Budget. Great advice for authors drawn from real-life experience!
June 11, 2019: The NextBillion website is dedicated to exploring the links between enterprise and development. Check out this thoughtful dialogue about building a successful nonprofit, the development of microfinance, and the career challenges faced by mission-driven leaders, between editor Jim Militser and author Alex Counts.
June 18, 2019: A marvelous review of Alex Count's book by Alexandra Fiorillo, writing on the website of the Center for Financial Inclusion. Money quote: "For those of us who’ve worked in the social impact field for a few years or more, Alex’s enthusiasm rekindles our own optimism and energy like a strong cup of coffee on a cold morning."
August 30, 2019: We love this. The most respected publication in the nonprofit world, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, just ran its latest recommended reading list, featuring thirteen books of value and importance. Several are by famous authors with best-selling prior titles to their credit. But the book highlighted as the Editor's Pick is Alex Counts's Changing the World Without Losing Your Mind. Congrats, Alex!
October 30, 2019: Another honor for Alex Counts's Changing the World Without Losing Your Mind : Forbes Nonprofit Council, made up of leading nonprofit executives, included this title in their new list of 12 Must-Read Books for Nonprofit Employees. Congrats again, Alex!