OneLeap is Live, Shiny and Leaping! The World’s First Philanthropy-Powered ‘Attention Market’

Subject: OneLeap is Live, Shiny and Leaping! The World's First Philanthropy-Powered 'Attention Market'


I will do absolutely anything and everything that I can do to help!  

Your life story is so incredibly inspiring and your global humanitarian efforts are so extraordinary, so compassionate and so profound. The "back story" behind OneLeap involves such incredible Leaps of Faith in the potentialities of humanity.

Although I only was able to speak with you for a few seconds when you were here recently in Las Vegas, it was a true thrill for me to be able to shake your hand and to meet you in the flesh.  And your TEDx Calico Canyon presentation on the true inner humanity of the South African inmates for life was simple, powerful, thought-provoking, full of challenges to stereotypes and also full of the possibilities of redemption and reform in life. 

Humbling and thought provoking.  Touching and captivating.

Your life is a continuous roadmap for improving the status quo, for bringing a light to arenas of darkness, for breaking down of stereotypes, and for uplifting those who might otherwise be forgotten or, perhaps even worse, dismissed and frowned upon by others.

Thank you for touching my life and that of so many others.

With the greatest of admiration,


 P.S. I am :bcc'ing this correspondence to you and to a WIDE swath of my various social media networks!

On Sun, Jan 29, 2012 at 1:00 AM, Robyn Scott <> wrote:

Dear Rick,

I'm delighted to announce that the new OneLeap site – recently mentioned in the Independent, StartupTV and chosen for the prestigious Unreasonable Institute – is now live and already creating fantastic connections, each also helping a great charity.

OneLeap enables anyone who signs up to get through to any professional contact, and get a guaranteed reply. OneLeap is also a filter for busy people, like you, ensuring you only hear from the best. And it does all this while raising money for your favourite charity.

Unlike social networks, OneLeap doesn’t play games with you, or ask you to tell the world where and how you spent your last 30 seconds. It’s not another daily duty. When you need to, it's a tool that enables you to make direct contact, on good terms, with hard-to-reach people. And if you receive OneLeap messages, you’ll get good messages, on your terms.

I'm asking for a simple favour. As a platform that connects all sorts of people, we've got to get in front of as many people as possible, as quickly as possible! So I'm asking the people who I most respect, who others respect, to help spread the word.

You can help OneLeap become the standard by which high-end, responsible business communication happens.

And you can help in as small or large a way as possible – be it a quick tweet or Facebook post or an email to your colleagues/friends/network.

I can't thank you enough for anything you can do to help.

Best wishes and enjoy using OneLeap!



1. Signup!

Please do this if nothing else. Just go to and signup in a few clicks with Linkedin or Facebook profile. (It’s free!)

2. Say something nice on Facebook / LinkedIn / Twitter

Like us on our Facebook page, perhaps say something about us on your wall.
On LinkedIn, post the link to
Tweet something like:

  • “Congratulations @oneleap on launching, the way to get heard above the social media din while helping your charity”
  • “I've just signed up to @oneleap at so I can receive better messages and help charity”

3. Send a charming email to a few friends
A big ask, but don't knock me for trying. Why not email your friends/network telling them about us?

Or, for the really particular, set an automatic email response to improve your inbox  

Here’s one our members are using


I’m now using OneLeap to help me prioritise messages from people I haven’t met. Please send me a message at

To send me a OneLeap message, you have to put down a small fee. This helps me sort serious people from the hundreds of time-wasters in my inbox. When I reply, the money goes Arms Around the Child, the fantastic charity I support – never to me. If I don't reply in 10 days, you'll get a 100% refund.   

Why I use OneLeap
I don't have time to properly consider all the messages I receive each day from new people. Even if you're someone I really should be paying attention to, the chances are your email (one in a big pile) won't get the attention it deserves. I want to be open to new people, with great ideas and proposals. OneLeap lets me do this effectively – and give better responses to you – if you're serious.


Your name


About rictandag @rictandag @LVHelpGro Returned U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, Tandag, Surigao del Sur, Republic of the Philippines 1979-1980; Financial Management training Program [FMP], G.E., Appliance Park, Louisville, Kentucky 1981-1982 Champion [two days] Jeopardy 1986 Attorney, Los Angeles, CA 1989-1995 Disabiility Rights Attorney,, Las Vegas 1998-1999 Immigration Asylum Attorney, throughout the State of Kansas 1999-2001 Supply Logistics Specialist, UPS Las Vegas, 2006- present [business] advocate for: [Gawad Kalinga, tagalog for "to give care"]
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