I’m going to chat about something a little different today, and it has to do with why you should keep going even if you think all your ideas for social change have run out. You have a dream inside you, change you need to spark, and I hope this little story from my own life
I’ve recently started digging into a wonderful little book called The Power of Half – the jist is that one Atlanta family, tired of the injustices in their city, decides to sell their home and donate half of the proceeds to a carefully selected nonprofit. The book is written in the voice of the family’s teenage daughter and
Listen in as we’re back for Part 2 of our interview with Kyle Parsons of Indosole. In this section, we ask Kyle a couple of questions on the specifics of Indosole’s philosophy, mission, and structure before getting into some rapid fire Q&A’s. Show Notes What is a social venture aside from Indosole that we should
What is social entrepreneurship? “It is all about helping and connecting with people,” says Kyle Parsons, the founder of Indosole. Kyle founded Indosole after connecting with people of Bali, Indonesia while on a surfing trip in 2004. He was struck by the beauty of the country, the hospitality and craftsmanship of the people, but also
As I’ve interviewed and interacted with change agents all over the world, I’ve been shocked by the number of people who seem to think that the idea of business doing well for the world, or social entrepreneurship is just another fad that will come and go like those LA Lights shoes I wore in kindergarten.