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Turning Your Passion to Profits – The Social Capitalist

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More and more, you hear people say they want to be a part of the solution. With the unemployment rate at around 8% in the US, 10% in France, 24% in Greece, 23% in South Africa and the list goes on (Wikipedia, people are starting to realize that we cannot rely on the government to solve our problems. Many seem to be caught in the cycle of government dependence, lost and/or unsure how they can help themselves and positively impact the world. The time is now to take a stand and make a difference! Our book – The Social Capitalist: Entrepreneur’s Journey from Passion to Profits - discusses ways everyone can be part of the solution.

It’s time to take part, create a solution and join the next Mega Trend of Social Entrepreneurs! Take a look at what really upsets you in your world or what you are passionate about. Look at how these core feelings can drive you to make a difference in your life, your community, your country and world. Whether it’s starting a mission-driven business, getting involved in a socially conscious business or adding a component to an existing business, we can all create positive change.

Our book – The Social Capitalist will assist you in:

  • Identifying your passion, the problem that compels or inspires you, and finding your “why”
  • Use Business models that spell success for social entrepreneurs
  • Build a socially conscious business that delivers a Triple-Bottom Line: profit, social value and freedom
  • Tap into the global resources that support Social Capitalists and the importance of building a winning team
  • Learning from successful companies around the world that are making a difference
Original publish date: October 31, 2012

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