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3 Steps to get started

Three simple steps to play:

  1. Join That Sorted Life’s circle on GeniusU

  2. Take the Purpose Test

  3. Make your first Giving Impact

 

Step 1: Join That Sorted Life’s circle on geniusU

 
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GeniusU is a entrepreneur education platform created by Entrepreneurs Institute. It’s free to join and is where the World Game is being played. If you haven’t already registered on GeniusU, go ahead and do that by clicking here.

 

If you’re already have a GeniusU profile, than first things first… connect with me! Here’s a link to my GeniusU profile.

Most importantly, join That Sorted Life’s circle and enjoy the resources I’ve prepared for you on GeniusU. Introduce yourself to our fellow circle members, let us know why you’re committed to maximising your impact and what you hope to gain from the World Game experience.

 

Step 2: Find out which goal aligns with your purpose

Find out which of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals you’re most closely aligned with by taking the Purpose Test. It’s a free assessment that will tell you what your #1 purpose is, based on the 17 Global Goals, as well as give you a downloadable report that outlines all 17 goals and their 2030 targets.

 

Step 3: make your first giving impact

All you need to do is give one impact based on whichever initiative you resonate with most in the GeniusU webstore. Once you’ve done this, you’ll notice a “World Game” badge on your GeniusU profile. You’re now officially in the game.

You’ll be rewarded with Genius Dollars (GeniusU’s digital currency) for every interaction you make on the platform. The amount of Genius Dollars you accumulate are one of the measures of your progress and ranking in the World Game.


How do Giving Impacts work?

 
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The World Game Giving Impacts are fulfilled via B1G1 – a social enterprise and non-profit organisation with a mission to create a world where giving is a habit.

 

Each initiative is broken down into its smallest quantifiable impact. B1G1 takes the total cost of the project (e.g. building a well), and divide by the number of people it can serve as well as the total years it can last, to derive the giving impact (e.g. $0.01 to give 1 person access to clean water for 1 day).

Learn more about B1G1 here