Hey Change Nation… So I’ve been doing a great deal of pondering lately on a topic of superb importance for all of us – how we can light a fire under our asses to make a dollar AND a difference with our business.  Read on if you’d like to know how to do that… Why does
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Those of you who know me know that I do everything in my power to equip and inspire social entrepreneurs around the world. I believe we’ve done an amazing job at that here at Social Change Nation but I have fallen short as a leader when it comes to taking a stand on the justice
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Let’s give a special SCN thanks to today’s guest blogger, Cayla Mackey. Cayla is the founder of Unicorn Goods, check it out to find the world’s largest catalogue of vegan clothing, shoes, body products and more for men and women: https://unicorngoods.com/ My journey as a social entrepreneur began before I knew what a social entrepreneur was. When
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The following post is written by Niranjan Kumar, founder of “MyClo”, a dedicated change agent who strives to support startup entrepreneurs by providing MicroLoans to further their businesses in order to spread more social change in our world! My time as a social entrepreneur has been an absolutely crazy ride. For starters, I feel still
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The following post is written by Benjamin Conard, founder of ‘Five North’, a dedicated change agent who strives to support farmers in West Africa with fair wages, good working conditions, and a democratic workplace by utilizing a fair trade business model. I am a senior in my last semester studying Business Administration and German at
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(Photo by Jake Manning- featuring Warby Parker eyewear and ‘The Giving Key‘ necklace.) The following post is written by Emily Waddell, founder of ‘The Honest Consumer’, a dedicated change agent who strives to promote socially-conscious businesses through consumer power and educating buyers about socially good products! This is a common question for me and the
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This article originally appeared on Startland News. Entrepreneurship is all the rage these days. You’ve probably noticed the rising trend of people throwing off the shackles of corporate America to launch their own ventures. Millennials especially are known to be a very entrepreneurial generation who weathered the Great Recession to start their own businesses in

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What follows is a guest post from Adam Kunes of Have Fun. Do Good., a volunteer platform for socially conscious change agents. Adam is a member of Social Change Nation and we’re proud to have him share this amazing story of taking the leap! After doing the 9-5 thing for a year after college, I
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What follows is a guest post from Greg Kamphius of Buy Better Mall, a directory for socially conscious shoppers. Greg is a member of Social Change Nation and we’re proud to have him share this amazing story of taking the leap! It seems unfathomable to some people that a person might throw away stability, turn in
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This article originally appeared in Millennial Magazine Article after article has shown that millennials are the most purpose driven generation. We value purpose over the size of our paycheck, demand meaningful work, and are consistently on the hunt for new ways to change the world. Enter the social entrepreneur. Millennials are also called the most entrepreneurial
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