1. Register for Camp Mighty at campmighty.com.

    Camp Mighty is gomighty.com's premier Life List event where you will connect, collaborate and make good things happen for your personal and professional lives. It's a smart place where you will be motivated to feel purposeful, inspired, celebratory and intentional. You can create your life list at Camp Mighty or focus on committing to the goals you already have listed on the Go Mighty site.

    In 2013, Camp Mighty will be held October 17-19 in Palm Springs, California.
    You should come. campmighty.com.

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  2. Kenna Zemedkun, the Grammy Nominated artist known professionally as simply Kenna, is an Ethiopian-born American musician. His mother and father had left the country soon after his birth to escape persecution from the new government, moving first to England and then to the U.S. He spent his formative years in the place that really affected his music: Virginia Beach. It was there that a friend lent him a copy of U2′s Joshua Tree, an album that profoundly changed Kenna’s perspective on how an album could sound.

    Soon, he started teaching himself how to play the piano and studied singers like Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye, as well as listened to his fair share of bands like the Cure and Duran Duran.

    Outside of his music career, Kenna is passionate about global water issues and social change. He helped organize the Summit on the Summit Kilimanjaro climb (summitonthesummit.com), which reached the top of Africa’s highest mountain on January 12, 2010. Other celebrities, including Jessica Biel, Emile Hirsche and Lupe Fiasco joined him on the treacherous climb, which started on January 7, 2010 and was completed on January 12. The documentary on the climb aired on MTV on March 14, 2010. The climb raised money and awareness for the Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program (csdw.org/), the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (unhcr.org) and PlayPumps International (waterforpeople.org).

    At Camp Mighty he briefly described his charity efforts and their beginnings, before sitting down with Camp Mighty creator Maggie Mason for an interview. This is that interview, edited for content by Kenna's staff. His introductory presentation is a separate movie on the Camp Mighty Vimeo Channel.

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  3. Kenna Zemedkun, the Grammy Nominated artist known professionally as simply Kenna, is an Ethiopian-born American musician. His mother and father had left the country soon after his birth to escape persecution from the new government, moving first to England and then to the U.S. He spent his formative years in the place that really affected his music: Virginia Beach. It was there that a friend lent him a copy of U2′s Joshua Tree, an album that profoundly changed Kenna’s perspective on how an album could sound.

    Soon, he started teaching himself how to play the piano and studied singers like Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye, as well as listened to his fair share of bands like the Cure and Duran Duran.

    Outside of his music career, Kenna is passionate about global water issues and social change. He helped organize the Summit on the Summit Kilimanjaro climb (summitonthesummit.com), which reached the top of Africa’s highest mountain on January 12, 2010. Other celebrities, including Jessica Biel, Emile Hirsche and Lupe Fiasco joined him on the treacherous climb, which started on January 7, 2010 and was completed on January 12. The documentary on the climb aired on MTV on March 14, 2010. The climb raised money and awareness for the Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program (csdw.org/), the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (unhcr.org) and PlayPumps International (waterforpeople.org).

    At Camp Mighty he briefly described his charity efforts and their beginnings, before sitting down with Camp Mighty creator Maggie Mason for an interview. This is that introductory presentation, edited for content by Kenna's staff. His interview with Maggie is a separate movie on the Camp Mighty Vimeo Channel.

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  4. Brian Piotrowicz was a Co-Producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show where he worked with a team of producers brainstorming show ideas and working with guests. Brian also traveled extensively to shoot footage for many of the shows he produced.

    Brian is now a producer for Oprah’s Next Chapter which will debut on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, in January of 2012. Oprah’s Next Chapter features Oprah as she steps outside of the studio and takes conversations with real people, newsmakers, celebrities and thought leaders to a whole new level.

    Brian began his television career in New York City as the audience coordinator for The Sally Jesse Raphael Show, was a supervising producer on The Jenny Jones Show and was part of the team of producers that launched the syndicated talk show, The Sharon Osborne Show.

    When he’s not working at The Oprah Show, Piotrowicz loves watching old movies–Alfred Hitchcock films are his favorites. Piotrowicz also collects McCoy Pottery and enjoys spending time at his Indiana lake house.

    Brian sat down with Camp Mighty creator Maggie Mason for an interview about his experiences on the Oprah Winfrey Show and the importance of personal intention.

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  5. Evany Thomas is the author of "The Secret Language of Sleep: A Couple’s Guide to the Thirty-Nine Positions" (described as “hugely entertaining and smart” by O Magazine). Her work has been featured in print publications (including McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, Fray, Horses for Juniors), on websites (Sundance Film Festival, Television Without Pity, The Morning News), and in anthologies (Welcome to Wisteria Lane, The Ex-Files). KUOW, Playboy Radio, and Michigan’s Mix106 Morning Madhouse have all featured Evany as a guest on their shows, and she has educated audiences far (Seattle’s Bumbershoot Festival, the NYC comedy reading series How to Kick People) and wide (San Francisco’s NoisePop Festival, McSweeney’s The World Explained show) about the true meaning of a person’s chosen sleeping position. Evany lives in El Cerrito with her baby, boyfriend, cat, dog, and crabby-crabby turtle.

    Evany presented "10 Ways to Do More Things You Don't Want to Do."

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Camp Mighty

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November 10-12, 2011
Palm Springs, California

Camp Mighty is a retreat for people who like to make cool stuff. We’re here to - Live Better, Get Smarter, Do Gooder.

Over the course of three days, campers had the opportunity to hear from a variety of…


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November 10-12, 2011
Palm Springs, California

Camp Mighty is a retreat for people who like to make cool stuff. We’re here to - Live Better, Get Smarter, Do Gooder.

Over the course of three days, campers had the opportunity to hear from a variety of speakers and listen to interviews with co-producer Brian Piotrowicz of the Oprah Winfrey Show and Grammy nominated musician, Kenna.

Prior to Camp Mighty, participants raised tens of thousands of dollars for Charity Water (charitywater.org) and during camp raised more than $5,000 for Ronald McDonald House Charities (rmhc.org).

Camp Mighty is created by Mighty Girl Maggie Mason (mightygirl.com) and Mom 2.0 Summit founder Laura Mayes (mom2summit.com).

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