Darcy Creech has redefined what it means to live the dream.
“I’d rather be driving a 16-year-old Ford truck and building water wells around the world than driving a car with monthly payments that could be sponsoring 10 kids,” says the business whiz and Nantucket Island notable, who’d rather be called humanitarian than successful.
Darcy got involved with Compassion in 2010, part of a full-life transformation that followed years as an A-list party girl in her well-heeled community. She was adored by friends for her pizzazz, flamboyant life, and dazzling business success — the very things she now says left her with a bankrupt soul.
via Designer Compassion.
Read the whole (brief) article about this radical transformation — including how Darcy shrewdly responded to the fact that “the world’s entire water crisis could be solved for $20 billion, less than half the $50 billion Americans spend shopping on Black Friday.”