Startup Weekend (India): Social Entrepreneurship in Action

Waxing UnLyrical

Second, I learned yet again how social media can engage participants as well as the outside world with what’s happening around you. With a keen interest in social media, she blogs regularly at In My Humble Opinion… ; other passions include singing (professionally trained for over a decade!), reading and travelling. You just read Startup Weekend (India): Social Entrepreneurship in Action , originally posted on Waxing UnLyrical , published by Shonali Burke.

[Cool Infographic Friday] Everything You Need to Know about Social Entrepreneurship

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The Power of Starting Something Stupid [Book Review]

Stay N' Alive

Technology social entrepreneurship risk stupid book reviews bookIn my life, I have a rich dad and a poor dad ( see Robert Kiyosaki ). My poor dad is always keen to tell me that going out on my own and running my own business is "stupid", risky, and a bad decision. My rich dad tells me it's the most secure and rewarding decision I can make. Which one is it?

Entrepreneurship With a Family is for Crazy People

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If you want to see how crazy entrepreneurship actually is go follow my friend Dave McClure and listen to a few of his presentations (warning - lots of language). Entrepreneurship, without a family, isn''t for the faint of heart. Entrepreneurship alone is tough - really tough. If you''ve gotten this far after being scared out of your mind you''re ready for entrepreneurship with a family. Entrepreneurship is the happiest I''ve ever been.

Here are 10 Utah Entrepreneurs You Need to Know

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Allan is now in his own startup, I believe as co-founder, this time starting a new, up-and-coming social commerce company called Piick. Some results of his leadership include the new LDS.org design, the new Mormon.org , and he is the reason for me working for the Church and some of the Church's turn towards social (not to discredit others that have also been involved in that effort, of course). Their site calls themselves "The Social Deal Platform".

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17 Tweetchats for Social Media, Marketing and PR folks

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I thought I might condense it a bit and focus not only on Tweetchats that I was familiar with, but also those that would benefit the Social Media, Marketing and PR folks out there, and which also had solid participation as well. 1) Hashtagsocialmedia -#socialmedia Of course I’m partial to the one I co-founded with Jason Breed Advancing the Business of Social Media every Tues noon EST. New topics & new industry thought leaders and A-listers host the tweetchats.

Entrepreneurs: Be Different

Jon Loomer

[NOTE: This post continues a series exploring the topic of entrepreneurship. Understand that a portion of this relates specifically to my niche, social entrepreneurship or info marketing. We’ve heard it over and over, particularly in the new socialized world of business: Be human. What did they share on social media? While my focus has and will continue to be on Facebook ads, I have plenty to share about what I’ve learned while building my business.].

5 Blogging Tips From A Social Entrepreneur

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While the modern social entrepreneur may be heavily focused on ideals — whether they be ideological, concrete, or hopefully a mixture of both — it is necessary to use all of the relevant tools and technologies available to help your dream become a professionally sustainable reality. Here is a look at 5 blogging tips from one social entrepreneur to the next: Listen to your audience. The post 5 Blogging Tips From A Social Entrepreneur appeared first on ProBlogger.

StartupNation Blog " Blog Archive " Learn how to draw out your vision

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Home > Blog > Running a Business > Blog article: Learn how to draw out your vision. StartupNation Blogs. Previous: I Will Choke One-out-of-Ten Advice-Givers. Learn how to draw out your vision. Written by: Rich Sloan. July 8th, 2008. 0 votes. The older we get, and the more responsibilities we take on, there’s a tendancy for life to become increasingly “routine.&# This can lead to boredom and a loss of spirit.

Climate Change, Poverty and The Great Horse Poo Debate of 1898

Laurel Papworth

My social enterprise, Selco India has provided 112,000 solar home systems to low income households and institutions. Or will new technologies, social entrepreneurship, microfinancing (peer to peer loans) from unexpected quarters save our skins? blogs social media cars climate change horse poo manureHorse manure was a global problem until cars came along. Fossil fuels and climate issues are a huge problem until… renewable energy? Solar power? Wind farms?

StartupNation Blog " Blog Archive " I drew pictures at a sales meeting, and it worked

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The “pitch&# was to offer a quick solution to increase their content and social networking offerings in a very rapid and inexpensive manner with minimal risk and resources required. Home > Blog > Business Financing > Bank Financing > Blog article: I drew pictures at a sales meeting, and it worked. StartupNation Blogs. Previous: Thank God It’s… What Day Again? I drew pictures at a sales meeting, and it worked. Written by: Rich Sloan. July 11th, 2008. 0 votes.