Define Your Commitment To Action As A Social Entrepreneur

The new generation of entrepreneurs has a strong attraction to social entrepreneurship. It’s a way to feel the resonating impact of doing something good for the world while turning a profit.

But while the number of social entrepreneurs has grown rapidly in the past decade, their efforts are scattered and often fail to reach a critical mass. It’s not due to a lack of enthusiasm; they often simply forget to apply their private-sector knowledge to the nonprofit world.

A big part of fulfilling that mission comes from having an actionable plan. After all, any venture’s success hinges on being able to carefully define a realistic goal. I’ve given a lot of thought to this because I’m passionate about easing the heavy impact of chronic diseases around the world. But despite my gusto, I’m still just one person. So I linked up with the Clinton Global Initiative. Right away, I was able to connect with people who are experienced in solving problems on a global scale. But more than that, I was exposed to its unique model, where people are driven by their commitment to action — a focused, defined assignment that they develop strategies around.

And this has made all the difference.

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Welcome to Make Meaning!

Make Meaning is a new generation consulting firm specializing in creating meaning and value from change a changing economy


A new type of economy, the Purpose Economy, is emerging. The Purpose Economy is about prioritizing social and environmental impact, relationships, and personal growth. This new economy emphazises the importance of working with purpose, not only profit, to create a more social and environmental way of doing business.