The Voices of Social Change Podcast

Want to add a social mission to your business?  Have a for purpose organization that you want to grow?  Maybe you’re launching or have a dream of launching just such an organization???  If any of this fits you, then this podcast is for you!

As social entrepreneurs, we’re tasked with bringing hope into some often desperate situations. While this can create extremely challenging times for us as entrepreneurs it can also be one of our greatest strengths when viewed properly. Join Josh as he gets you 6 ways that building in a sense of urgency and channeling desperation in

S2 | E2: Don’t Be Vanilla.

Thursday, 16 March 2017 by
Social entrepreneurship means challenging entrenched ideas and taking on business as usual. Join Josh for this impassioned podcast where he gets you strategies for not being vanilla in your social venture. Download Listen in a New Window iTunes Stitcher SoundCloud Leave a Review Clammr It Subscribe via RSS Subscribe on Android Liked this Podcast? Get the
Welcome to the first episode of our new season! In this, Josh explains a bit about the new direction of the podcast + he talks about the foundational pieces that YOU need to have in place as you launch a venture that makes a dollar AND a difference. Tune in if you want to learn:
I’ve been dying to do this episode for a long time!  Also, I’m super stoked to have Jared Angaza with me as a special guest. Jared has over 20 years of experience as a social entrepreneur and has consulted with some EXTREMELY well known brands. Jared and I have been friends for a long time, and
This post originally appeared in Millennial Magazine. Check out the transcript below for links to everything Josh mentioned: 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
On this revolutionary day, join Josh as he talks all about the social entrepreneurship revolution and why it’s here to stay. BONUS: Josh rants about why you’ve gotta be profitable to be a sustainable social entrepreneur. Download Listen in a New Window iTunes Stitcher SoundCloud Leave a Review Clammr It Subscribe via RSS Subscribe on Android
You’ve gotta listen to this one… Josh tells all about the roller coaster ride that was his first year in social entrepreneurship.  Tune in, get some nuggets of wisdom, and start rocking them in your own venture. Also, we’d love it if you’d share this episode with your friends.  You can easily do that by

What is Social Entrepreneurship?

Wednesday, 15 June 2016 by
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Photo credit: Millennial Magazine via Tom’s Shoes A version of this post originally appeared on Millennial Magazine If you’re a startup social entrepreneur, the chances are high that you’ve been asked this question.  Tune in today as Josh gives you the ammunition you need to answer it confidently and passionately. Download Listen in a New
Zac Hozapfel of Mission Belts (2)
Zac Holzapfel is the Co-founder of Mission Belt, a company whose mission is to help people around the world break out of the poverty cycle through their belt business.  Zac shares his inspiration and philosophy on Social Enterprises.  Zac believes in producing captial for change, and not merely asking for donations.  That is why Mission

Rooftop Urban Agriculture, EdenWorks

Wednesday, 28 October 2015 by
Hey Change Nation, we are back with our series featuring the ‘Best of SCN’! This series is focused on taking you back to some of our early days in podcasting and sharing the inspiring and challenging stories of our early entrepreneurs! This week we are featuring an entrepreneur who found his calling and purpose for