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Social Enterprises

Impact 1 Million Lives #impact1millionlives

By | Blog, Business Mentoring, Changemakers Guide, Changemakers Task Force, Impact Entrepreneurs, Influencing Change, Leaving A Legacy, Social Business, Social Enterprises, Social Entrepreneurship, Social Innovation

I’m confident that you’re somewhat like me in that you feel pain when you see other people suffer. When you see injustice, extreme poverty, you feel a little sad. But you also know you want to make a difference and some how make your mark in the causes that you feel passionate about. Today I wanted to show you a social business model that I use to impact as many lives as I can, without actually having to deliver on it. This is a highly leveraged way to make a difference and leave your legacy. You see one of the biggest problems I see new clients and course participants come to me with is the desire to make a big difference but a fear of being that visible to millions of people. They think, like I use to, that being that visible means you loose your anonymity or freedom. So they hold themselves back from really stepping up to make that big huge difference. They play small with small numbers when they know they were destined to impact hundreds of thousands, even millions of lives. Leveraging Your Impact If you follow me you know I have a Purpose To Profit…

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3 Steps To Create A Social Business Enterprise That Fulfils Your Purpose

By | Blog, Changemakers Guide, Changemakers Task Force, Leaving A Legacy, Personal Development, Purpose Passion Profit, Social Business, Social Enterprises, Social Entrepreneurship

A New Social Business Model For A New Era There’s a positively infectious Global Epidemic among successful entrepreneurs that is adding depth to the Social Business Enterprise Grass Roots Movement changing our world. Because I mentor mature entrepreneurs around the world, I’m seeing and reading about this intense, almost urgent desire of these entrepreneurs wanting to give more back and contribute to solving some of the world’s largest problems. They’re asking, what am I really here to do?, and how can I make a bigger impact on a global scale? This idea of using Entrepreneurial acumen to solve world problems has been coined as the phrase “Entrepreneurial Activism.” But none of us are getting any older, and if you’re like I was 11 years ago, the thought of starting a new social business enterprise makes your stomach turn. “Do you really have to build from the ground up again, right?” Then there’s the concern about whether you can make enough money to keep the cogs moving that you’ve already built, and how on earth do you monetize so you get paid to solve a world problem without becoming a politician? For some entrepreneurs there’s what’s known as the “Christ Complex”…

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