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How We Can All Make a Difference
Doing Good with Money is about how we can use money as a tool for supporting our values when we buy, save, invest, and do all the other things we do with money. It is about the role of money in building relationships and acting with generosity and kindness. To receive a copy follow these three easy steps
Starting Out, Scaling Up and Staying True
What’s it like to be a social entrepreneur on the ground? This book tries to answer that question, emphasizing what can be useful in practice. Based on more than 100 interviews with social entrepreneurs and people who support them (lawyers, funders) Becoming a Social Entrepreneur uses their words and experiences to describe the issues every social entrepreneur faces: preparing yourself, building a team … fundraising, growth, running your social enterprise, and creating impact beyond your own organization.
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McKinsey, the global business consulting firm, is trying to imagine business “after.” Some of McKinsey’s arguments resonate with me: putting resilience before efficiency (by shortening supply chains so that consumers, producers, and suppliers live and operate in zip codes nearer each other). Other suggestions, like strengthening the global financial system, to me suggest locking in […] Read More
Michael Gordonprofmichaelgordon.com More than three-fourths of Americans want businesses to address social and environmental issues. A similar number will refuse to buy from a company when they learn its values are contrary to their own. An even greater number will re-direct their purchasing toward companies that advocate for an issue they care about. This is what […] Read More