Denver: I am here with Dayle Haddon, the Founder and CEO of WomenOne. And we’re going to do Take Five. Are you ready Dayle?
Dayle: I’m going to trying and ready.
Denver: Okay. What idea in Philanthropy is ready for retirement?
Dayle: That people who work in philanthropy should not be paid.
Denver: What should we be worried about?
Dayle: Wow! So many things that I don’t think the emotion of worry gets us anywhere. I think should go into action and belief.
Denver: What is today’s most underreported story?
Dayle: What’s going on with education for girls and what is happening to those girls who were not being educated.
Denver: What is something that you believe that other people think is just insane?
Dayle: I believe very strongly that we are spiritual beings having a human experience. And I always see through that lens. Some people don’t see it that way.
Denver: What is one of the most interesting parts of your morning ritual?
Denver: What have you change your mind about in the last ten years and why?
Dayle: I’ve changed my mind about a lot of things. It’s just stay in the moment, it doesn’t matter, because that’s where you can change things.
Denver: If you were a kitchen utensil, what would you be?
Dayle: A spoon.
Denver: If you were to start your career all over again and do something completely different in a way from the two fields you’ve been in, what would that be?
Dayle: Diplomacy. But that is one my fields. But I would love to learn more about diplomacy.
Denver: What superpower would you like to have?
Dayle: To see into the future.
Denver: If you could have one gigantic billboard anywhere with anything on it. What would it say?
Dayle: “Educate girls. – WomenOne”
Denver: What is the one book you would give as a gift?
Dayle: A book about the inner life– your inner life. Anything that reveals the inner life and how we can access it.
Denver: What is something about you that very few other people know?
Dayle: I’m funny.
Denver: Given the choice of anyone famous in the world, either dead or alive that you can have come over to your house at the dinner guest, who would you invite?
Dayle: You know…spiritual — Jesus, Buddha, Muhammad. Let’s get them together. Let’s see what we can come up with.
Denver: What is the worst advice you see or hear being dispensed to young people today?
Dayle: About getting there. About arriving. About making money. About scoring. All of that. That’s not where happiness comes from.
Denver: What advice would you give to your 25-year-old self?
Dayle: Dare more.
Denver: And finally. Do you have a quote you live your life by or think of often?
Dayle: “Self effort and grace are two wings of the bird”
Denver: That’s great.