Tag Archives: social entrepreneurship

Small-scale farming – an African success story

In previous posts I have mentioned the enormous risks farmers accept when choosing farming as their livelihood.  In previous posts I have also discussed the reality that the family farm as we know it is becoming an endangered species.  While … Continue reading

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Bhutan and Disney World, two places where happiness matters

What do two disparate entities like the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan and the eminently accessible Floridian kingdom of Disney World have in common?  They both measure their success in terms of happiness. Yesterday I met a woman who had … Continue reading

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Running, The Running Room, and social entrepreneurship

Running and entrepreneurship, what could they have in common?  Sure, entrepreneurs may very well be runners, since the drive, passion, and discipline that define most entrepreneurs are a good fit with running.  And, sure, since running has gained extraordinary increases … Continue reading

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