THE TACTICS OF
     HOPE

          How
  Social Entrepreneurs
Are Changing Our World
THE TACTICS OF
     HOPE

          How
  Social Entrepreneurs
Are Changing Our World
Overview
Overview
❖   Introduction - who we are and why we’re here
Overview
❖   Introduction - who we are and why we’re here
❖   How the sustainability crisis is creating
    opportunities ...
Overview
❖   Introduction - who we are and why we’re here
❖   How the sustainability crisis is creating
    opportunities ...
Overview
❖   Introduction - who we are and why we’re here
❖   How the sustainability crisis is creating
    opportunities ...
Overview
❖   Introduction - who we are and why we’re here
❖   How the sustainability crisis is creating
    opportunities ...
Overview
❖   Introduction - who we are and why we’re here
❖   How the sustainability crisis is creating
    opportunities ...
Introduction to Speakers
Introduction to Speakers




Wilford Welch
Introduction to Speakers




Wilford Welch
Introduction to Speakers




Wilford Welch       David Hopkins
Intergenerational Collaboration and Action
Intergenerational Collaboration and Action
Intergenerational Collaboration and Action
The Sustainability Challenge - Population Growth
The Sustainability Challenge - Population Growth
        The world’s population grew from 1.6
       billion to 6.6 billio...
The Sustainability Challenge - Population Growth
        The world’s population grew from 1.6
       billion to 6.6 billio...
The Sustainability Challenge - Consumption Binge
The Sustainability Challenge - Consumption Binge




            We have consumed more
          natural resources the pas...
The Sustainability Challenge - Consumption Binge
The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations
The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations



The world digs up the equivalent of over 125 Empire
    State Build...
The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations



Since beginning of the industrial age, we have eliminated
         ...
The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations




Forested areas totaling 200 square kilometers, or an area twice th...
The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations




90% of the large predator fish are gone, and 75% of marine
    fishe...
The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations




Now, for the first time in human history, more
people live in urban...
The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations
Shifting Roles of
Traditional Players
Shifting Roles of
        Traditional Players
❖ Governments and International Organizations
Shifting Roles of
        Traditional Players
❖ Governments and International Organizations

❖ Corporations
Shifting Roles of
         Traditional Players
❖ Governments and International Organizations

❖ Corporations

❖ NGOs
Shifting Roles of
         Traditional Players
❖ Governments and International Organizations

❖ Corporations

❖ NGOs

❖ In...
Shifting Roles of
         Traditional Players
❖ Governments and International Organizations

❖ Corporations

❖ NGOs

❖ In...
The Great Consciousness Shift
The Great Consciousness Shift

“History talks mostly of political revolutions...But occasionally
something different happe...
The Great Consciousness Shift
How Some Players Are Shifting Their Values
How Some Players Are Shifting Their Values
The Current Crisis
The Current Crisis


                     Biosphere
The Current Crisis


       Biosphere     Technosphere
The Current Crisis


       Biosphere     Technosphere   Sustainability
The Current Crisis


        Biosphere    Technosphere   Sustainability


 A Shift in Values


                     Compet...
The Current Crisis


        Biosphere    Technosphere    Sustainability


 A Shift in Values


       Competition   Colla...
The Current Crisis


        Biosphere    Technosphere    Sustainability


 A Shift in Values


       Competition   Colla...
The Current Crisis


          Biosphere      Technosphere    Sustainability


   A Shift in Values


         Competition...
The Current Crisis


          Biosphere      Technosphere    Sustainability


   A Shift in Values


         Competition...
The Current Crisis


          Biosphere       Technosphere       Sustainability


   A Shift in Values


         Competi...
The Current Crisis


          Biosphere       Technosphere        Sustainability


   A Shift in Values


         Compet...
The Achievement Gap
The Achievement Gap
The difference between what can be achieved
  successfully and what is in fact achieved.
The Achievement Gap
     The difference between what can be achieved
       successfully and what is in fact achieved.



...
Millennial and Next-Gen Leaders
   Transformative Agents of Change
Millennial and Next-Gen Leaders
        Transformative Agents of Change



‣ Who we are
Millennial and Next-Gen Leaders
         Transformative Agents of Change



‣ Who we are
‣ What we’re doing
Millennial and Next-Gen Leaders
         Transformative Agents of Change



‣ Who we are
‣ What we’re doing
‣ Where we’re ...
Who we are
Who we are
❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful
Who we are
❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful
❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations
Who we are
❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful
❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations
❖ Aw...
Who we are
❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful
❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations
❖ Aw...
Who we are
❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful
❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations
❖ Aw...
Who we are
❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful
❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations
❖ Aw...
Who we are
❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful
❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations
❖ Aw...
Who we are
❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful
❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations
❖ Aw...
What We’re Doing
What We’re Doing
    City Year                    Youth for Change International      Global Awareness and Change
   Ameri...
What We’re Doing
    City Year                    Youth for Change International      Global Awareness and Change
   Ameri...
The New Era of Collaboration
The New Era of Collaboration
www.BeRewarding.com
www.BeRewarding.com
Where We’re Going
Where We’re Going
         PAST EMPHASIS
RESULT = DESTRUCTIVE ECONOMY
Where We’re Going
          PAST EMPHASIS
 RESULT = DESTRUCTIVE ECONOMY
The industrial age
Left-brain logic
Linear thinkin...
Where We’re Going
          PAST EMPHASIS                       FUTURE EMPHASIS
 RESULT = DESTRUCTIVE ECONOMY        RESUL...
Where We’re Going
          PAST EMPHASIS                       FUTURE EMPHASIS
 RESULT = DESTRUCTIVE ECONOMY        RESUL...
Characteristics of
Social Entrepreneurs
Characteristics of
        Social Entrepreneurs
•   They focus on social and environmental challenges
Characteristics of
        Social Entrepreneurs
•   They focus on social and environmental challenges

•   They seek syste...
Characteristics of
        Social Entrepreneurs
•   They focus on social and environmental challenges

•   They seek syste...
Characteristics of
        Social Entrepreneurs
•   They focus on social and environmental challenges

•   They seek syste...
Characteristics of
        Social Entrepreneurs
•   They focus on social and environmental challenges

•   They seek syste...
Characteristics of
        Social Entrepreneurs
•   They focus on social and environmental challenges

•   They seek syste...
Characteristics of
        Social Entrepreneurs
•   They focus on social and environmental challenges

•   They seek syste...
Social entrepreneurs combine street pragmatism with
professional skill, visionary insights with pragmatism, and
ethical fib...
❖ Connectivity is productivity
❖ Partnered with Grameen Bank
❖ Microloans to “phone ladies”
❖ In first 7 years, sold or ren...
• $71 million in loans in 4 years
• 573,000 lenders
• 239,000 entrepreneurs
• Average loan $100
• Repayment rate 98%
• $71 million in loans in 4 years
• 573,000 lenders
• 239,000 entrepreneurs
• Average loan $100
• Repayment rate 98%
Peer-to-peer internet
     microloans

     • $71 million in loans in 4 years
     • 573,000 lenders
     • 239,000 entrep...
Peer-to-peer internet
     microloans

     • $71 million in loans in 4 years
     • 573,000 lenders
     • 239,000 entrep...
Peer-to-peer internet
     microloans

     • $71 million in loans in 4 years
     • 573,000 lenders
     • 239,000 entrep...
Peer-to-peer internet
     microloans

     • $71 million in loans in 4 years
     • 573,000 lenders
     • 239,000 entrep...
Peer-to-peer internet
     microloans

     • $71 million in loans in 4 years
     • 573,000 lenders
     • 239,000 entrep...
• Awakening the Dreamer Symposium around the world
• FourYear.Go global campaign to shift humanity’s behavior
• Emersion t...
Preserving tropical rain forests, empowering
indigenous populations, and teaching a new
     global vision of sustainabili...
Preserving tropical rain forests, empowering
indigenous populations, and teaching a new
     global vision of sustainabili...
Preserving tropical rain forests, empowering
indigenous populations, and teaching a new
     global vision of sustainabili...
Preserving tropical rain forests, empowering
indigenous populations, and teaching a new
     global vision of sustainabili...
• Developing business tools for small
green enterprises
  • Training young community leaders
to be world-class spokesperso...
• Developing business tools for small
green enterprises
  • Training young community leaders
to be world-class spokesperso...
Providing green jobs and ecojustice
      for the underprivileged

                             • Developing business tool...
Providing green jobs and ecojustice
      for the underprivileged

                             • Developing business tool...
Providing green jobs and ecojustice
      for the underprivileged

                             • Developing business tool...
❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled
  lot into a park and community garden
❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled
  lot into a park and community garden
❖ Raise awareness about relevant
  communit...
❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled
  lot into a park and community garden
❖ Raise awareness about relevant
  communit...
❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled
  lot into a park and community garden
❖ Raise awareness about relevant
  communit...
❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled
    lot into a park and community garden
❖   Raise awareness about relevant
    co...
❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled
    lot into a park and community garden
❖   Raise awareness about relevant
    co...
❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled
    lot into a park and community garden
❖   Raise awareness about relevant
    co...
❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled
    lot into a park and community garden
❖   Raise awareness about relevant
    co...
“Doing Well” while “Doing Good” Pyramid
        A Career Development 5 step process
“Doing Well” while “Doing Good” Pyramid
        A Career Development 5 step process



         1. What am I passionate ab...
“Doing Well” while “Doing Good” Pyramid
                 A Career Development 5 step process



                   1. What...
“Doing Well” while “Doing Good” Pyramid
                 A Career Development 5 step process



                   1. What...
“Doing Well” while “Doing Good” Pyramid
                 A Career Development 5 step process



                   1. What...
“Doing Well” while “Doing Good” Pyramid
                 A Career Development 5 step process



                   1. What...
Doing Well & Doing Good Pyramid
      A Career Development 5 step process




#5.
Doing Well & Doing Good Pyramid
         A Career Development 5 step process
                      Passion



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Doing Well & Doing Good Pyramid
         A Career Development 5 step process
                       Passion



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Doing Well & Doing Good Pyramid
         A Career Development 5 step process
                       Passion



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Workshop Questions
Workshop Questions
1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my
   career intentions?
Workshop Questions
1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my
   career intentions?
2. Which ki...
Workshop Questions
1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my
   career intentions?
2. Which ki...
Workshop Questions
1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my
   career intentions?
2. Which ki...
Workshop Questions
1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my
   career intentions?
2. Which ki...
Workshop Questions
1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my
   career intentions?
2. Which ki...
Workshop Questions
1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my
   career intentions?
2. Which ki...
Wilford Welch, Author
Wilford.Welch@attglobal.net




David Hopkins, Contributing Editor
   David.g.hopkins@gmail.com


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"Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
"Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
"Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
"Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
"Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
"Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
"Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
"Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
"Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
"Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
"Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
"Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar
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  • WILFORD WELCH:
    - I am delighted to be at Colgate and for David and I to share some ideas with you all.
    - I am also delighted that it is snowing so hard outside. I am very much a New Englander who has one my share of digging out of after snow storms, particularly with when I had my 1946 Ford Tractor with a front end loader. Now I live, very happily on a houseboat in Sausalito California just across from the Golden Gate bridge and love it -- but..
    - A bit of background about my journey, to suggest why I am so passionate about the topics David and I are going to discuss with you:
    - The day after graduating from Yale I headed off to Hong Kong to teach in a refugee college and study chinese
    -diplomat in Asia
    -reconciliation with China
    -consultant for corporations, government, economic development, and teaching international business management
    -worked in Iraq!
    -Everest
    -the World Paper
    -Quest for Global Healing (Three learnings: So many doing, so many want to do, the power of next gen!
    -The Tactics of Hope

    DAVID HOPKINS:
    -where I grew up in Potrero Hill, trouble of financial situation, pressure from parents
    How we met - Uncle Jamie - Josh’s dad (Outward Bound and NOLS)
    The coffee shop story: “I don’t know if you’re going to pay me, but I just want to work with you.”
    Traveling - Greece, Cambodia, France, Tanzania
    -feeling alone - then connected to a larger mission
  • WILFORD WELCH:
    - I am delighted to be at Colgate and for David and I to share some ideas with you all.
    - I am also delighted that it is snowing so hard outside. I am very much a New Englander who has one my share of digging out of after snow storms, particularly with when I had my 1946 Ford Tractor with a front end loader. Now I live, very happily on a houseboat in Sausalito California just across from the Golden Gate bridge and love it -- but..
    - A bit of background about my journey, to suggest why I am so passionate about the topics David and I are going to discuss with you:
    - The day after graduating from Yale I headed off to Hong Kong to teach in a refugee college and study chinese
    -diplomat in Asia
    -reconciliation with China
    -consultant for corporations, government, economic development, and teaching international business management
    -worked in Iraq!
    -Everest
    -the World Paper
    -Quest for Global Healing (Three learnings: So many doing, so many want to do, the power of next gen!
    -The Tactics of Hope

    DAVID HOPKINS:
    -where I grew up in Potrero Hill, trouble of financial situation, pressure from parents
    How we met - Uncle Jamie - Josh’s dad (Outward Bound and NOLS)
    The coffee shop story: “I don’t know if you’re going to pay me, but I just want to work with you.”
    Traveling - Greece, Cambodia, France, Tanzania
    -feeling alone - then connected to a larger mission
  • WILFORD WELCH:
    - I am delighted to be at Colgate and for David and I to share some ideas with you all.
    - I am also delighted that it is snowing so hard outside. I am very much a New Englander who has one my share of digging out of after snow storms, particularly with when I had my 1946 Ford Tractor with a front end loader. Now I live, very happily on a houseboat in Sausalito California just across from the Golden Gate bridge and love it -- but..
    - A bit of background about my journey, to suggest why I am so passionate about the topics David and I are going to discuss with you:
    - The day after graduating from Yale I headed off to Hong Kong to teach in a refugee college and study chinese
    -diplomat in Asia
    -reconciliation with China
    -consultant for corporations, government, economic development, and teaching international business management
    -worked in Iraq!
    -Everest
    -the World Paper
    -Quest for Global Healing (Three learnings: So many doing, so many want to do, the power of next gen!
    -The Tactics of Hope

    DAVID HOPKINS:
    -where I grew up in Potrero Hill, trouble of financial situation, pressure from parents
    How we met - Uncle Jamie - Josh’s dad (Outward Bound and NOLS)
    The coffee shop story: “I don’t know if you’re going to pay me, but I just want to work with you.”
    Traveling - Greece, Cambodia, France, Tanzania
    -feeling alone - then connected to a larger mission
  • WILFORD WELCH:
    - I am delighted to be at Colgate and for David and I to share some ideas with you all.
    - I am also delighted that it is snowing so hard outside. I am very much a New Englander who has one my share of digging out of after snow storms, particularly with when I had my 1946 Ford Tractor with a front end loader. Now I live, very happily on a houseboat in Sausalito California just across from the Golden Gate bridge and love it -- but..
    - A bit of background about my journey, to suggest why I am so passionate about the topics David and I are going to discuss with you:
    - The day after graduating from Yale I headed off to Hong Kong to teach in a refugee college and study chinese
    -diplomat in Asia
    -reconciliation with China
    -consultant for corporations, government, economic development, and teaching international business management
    -worked in Iraq!
    -Everest
    -the World Paper
    -Quest for Global Healing (Three learnings: So many doing, so many want to do, the power of next gen!
    -The Tactics of Hope

    DAVID HOPKINS:
    -where I grew up in Potrero Hill, trouble of financial situation, pressure from parents
    How we met - Uncle Jamie - Josh’s dad (Outward Bound and NOLS)
    The coffee shop story: “I don’t know if you’re going to pay me, but I just want to work with you.”
    Traveling - Greece, Cambodia, France, Tanzania
    -feeling alone - then connected to a larger mission
  • WILFORD WELCH:
    - I am delighted to be at Colgate and for David and I to share some ideas with you all.
    - I am also delighted that it is snowing so hard outside. I am very much a New Englander who has one my share of digging out of after snow storms, particularly with when I had my 1946 Ford Tractor with a front end loader. Now I live, very happily on a houseboat in Sausalito California just across from the Golden Gate bridge and love it -- but..
    - A bit of background about my journey, to suggest why I am so passionate about the topics David and I are going to discuss with you:
    - The day after graduating from Yale I headed off to Hong Kong to teach in a refugee college and study chinese
    -diplomat in Asia
    -reconciliation with China
    -consultant for corporations, government, economic development, and teaching international business management
    -worked in Iraq!
    -Everest
    -the World Paper
    -Quest for Global Healing (Three learnings: So many doing, so many want to do, the power of next gen!
    -The Tactics of Hope

    DAVID HOPKINS:
    -where I grew up in Potrero Hill, trouble of financial situation, pressure from parents
    How we met - Uncle Jamie - Josh’s dad (Outward Bound and NOLS)
    The coffee shop story: “I don’t know if you’re going to pay me, but I just want to work with you.”
    Traveling - Greece, Cambodia, France, Tanzania
    -feeling alone - then connected to a larger mission
  • WILFORD WELCH:
    - I am delighted to be at Colgate and for David and I to share some ideas with you all.
    - I am also delighted that it is snowing so hard outside. I am very much a New Englander who has one my share of digging out of after snow storms, particularly with when I had my 1946 Ford Tractor with a front end loader. Now I live, very happily on a houseboat in Sausalito California just across from the Golden Gate bridge and love it -- but..
    - A bit of background about my journey, to suggest why I am so passionate about the topics David and I are going to discuss with you:
    - The day after graduating from Yale I headed off to Hong Kong to teach in a refugee college and study chinese
    -diplomat in Asia
    -reconciliation with China
    -consultant for corporations, government, economic development, and teaching international business management
    -worked in Iraq!
    -Everest
    -the World Paper
    -Quest for Global Healing (Three learnings: So many doing, so many want to do, the power of next gen!
    -The Tactics of Hope

    DAVID HOPKINS:
    -where I grew up in Potrero Hill, trouble of financial situation, pressure from parents
    How we met - Uncle Jamie - Josh’s dad (Outward Bound and NOLS)
    The coffee shop story: “I don’t know if you’re going to pay me, but I just want to work with you.”
    Traveling - Greece, Cambodia, France, Tanzania
    -feeling alone - then connected to a larger mission
  • WILFORD WELCH:
    - I am delighted to be at Colgate and for David and I to share some ideas with you all.
    - I am also delighted that it is snowing so hard outside. I am very much a New Englander who has one my share of digging out of after snow storms, particularly with when I had my 1946 Ford Tractor with a front end loader. Now I live, very happily on a houseboat in Sausalito California just across from the Golden Gate bridge and love it -- but..
    - A bit of background about my journey, to suggest why I am so passionate about the topics David and I are going to discuss with you:
    - The day after graduating from Yale I headed off to Hong Kong to teach in a refugee college and study chinese
    -diplomat in Asia
    -reconciliation with China
    -consultant for corporations, government, economic development, and teaching international business management
    -worked in Iraq!
    -Everest
    -the World Paper
    -Quest for Global Healing (Three learnings: So many doing, so many want to do, the power of next gen!
    -The Tactics of Hope

    DAVID HOPKINS:
    -where I grew up in Potrero Hill, trouble of financial situation, pressure from parents
    How we met - Uncle Jamie - Josh’s dad (Outward Bound and NOLS)
    The coffee shop story: “I don’t know if you’re going to pay me, but I just want to work with you.”
    Traveling - Greece, Cambodia, France, Tanzania
    -feeling alone - then connected to a larger mission
  • WILFORD WELCH:
    - I am delighted to be at Colgate and for David and I to share some ideas with you all.
    - I am also delighted that it is snowing so hard outside. I am very much a New Englander who has one my share of digging out of after snow storms, particularly with when I had my 1946 Ford Tractor with a front end loader. Now I live, very happily on a houseboat in Sausalito California just across from the Golden Gate bridge and love it -- but..
    - A bit of background about my journey, to suggest why I am so passionate about the topics David and I are going to discuss with you:
    - The day after graduating from Yale I headed off to Hong Kong to teach in a refugee college and study chinese
    -diplomat in Asia
    -reconciliation with China
    -consultant for corporations, government, economic development, and teaching international business management
    -worked in Iraq!
    -Everest
    -the World Paper
    -Quest for Global Healing (Three learnings: So many doing, so many want to do, the power of next gen!
    -The Tactics of Hope

    DAVID HOPKINS:
    -where I grew up in Potrero Hill, trouble of financial situation, pressure from parents
    How we met - Uncle Jamie - Josh’s dad (Outward Bound and NOLS)
    The coffee shop story: “I don’t know if you’re going to pay me, but I just want to work with you.”
    Traveling - Greece, Cambodia, France, Tanzania
    -feeling alone - then connected to a larger mission
  • WILFORD WELCH:
    - I am delighted to be at Colgate and for David and I to share some ideas with you all.
    - I am also delighted that it is snowing so hard outside. I am very much a New Englander who has one my share of digging out of after snow storms, particularly with when I had my 1946 Ford Tractor with a front end loader. Now I live, very happily on a houseboat in Sausalito California just across from the Golden Gate bridge and love it -- but..
    - A bit of background about my journey, to suggest why I am so passionate about the topics David and I are going to discuss with you:
    - The day after graduating from Yale I headed off to Hong Kong to teach in a refugee college and study chinese
    -diplomat in Asia
    -reconciliation with China
    -consultant for corporations, government, economic development, and teaching international business management
    -worked in Iraq!
    -Everest
    -the World Paper
    -Quest for Global Healing (Three learnings: So many doing, so many want to do, the power of next gen!
    -The Tactics of Hope

    DAVID HOPKINS:
    -where I grew up in Potrero Hill, trouble of financial situation, pressure from parents
    How we met - Uncle Jamie - Josh’s dad (Outward Bound and NOLS)
    The coffee shop story: “I don’t know if you’re going to pay me, but I just want to work with you.”
    Traveling - Greece, Cambodia, France, Tanzania
    -feeling alone - then connected to a larger mission
  • WILFORD WELCH:
    - I am delighted to be at Colgate and for David and I to share some ideas with you all.
    - I am also delighted that it is snowing so hard outside. I am very much a New Englander who has one my share of digging out of after snow storms, particularly with when I had my 1946 Ford Tractor with a front end loader. Now I live, very happily on a houseboat in Sausalito California just across from the Golden Gate bridge and love it -- but..
    - A bit of background about my journey, to suggest why I am so passionate about the topics David and I are going to discuss with you:
    - The day after graduating from Yale I headed off to Hong Kong to teach in a refugee college and study chinese
    -diplomat in Asia
    -reconciliation with China
    -consultant for corporations, government, economic development, and teaching international business management
    -worked in Iraq!
    -Everest
    -the World Paper
    -Quest for Global Healing (Three learnings: So many doing, so many want to do, the power of next gen!
    -The Tactics of Hope

    DAVID HOPKINS:
    -where I grew up in Potrero Hill, trouble of financial situation, pressure from parents
    How we met - Uncle Jamie - Josh’s dad (Outward Bound and NOLS)
    The coffee shop story: “I don’t know if you’re going to pay me, but I just want to work with you.”
    Traveling - Greece, Cambodia, France, Tanzania
    -feeling alone - then connected to a larger mission
  • WILFORD WELCH:
    - I am delighted to be at Colgate and for David and I to share some ideas with you all.
    - I am also delighted that it is snowing so hard outside. I am very much a New Englander who has one my share of digging out of after snow storms, particularly with when I had my 1946 Ford Tractor with a front end loader. Now I live, very happily on a houseboat in Sausalito California just across from the Golden Gate bridge and love it -- but..
    - A bit of background about my journey, to suggest why I am so passionate about the topics David and I are going to discuss with you:
    - The day after graduating from Yale I headed off to Hong Kong to teach in a refugee college and study chinese
    -diplomat in Asia
    -reconciliation with China
    -consultant for corporations, government, economic development, and teaching international business management
    -worked in Iraq!
    -Everest
    -the World Paper
    -Quest for Global Healing (Three learnings: So many doing, so many want to do, the power of next gen!
    -The Tactics of Hope

    DAVID HOPKINS:
    -where I grew up in Potrero Hill, trouble of financial situation, pressure from parents
    How we met - Uncle Jamie - Josh’s dad (Outward Bound and NOLS)
    The coffee shop story: “I don’t know if you’re going to pay me, but I just want to work with you.”
    Traveling - Greece, Cambodia, France, Tanzania
    -feeling alone - then connected to a larger mission
  • WILFORD WELCH:
    - I am delighted to be at Colgate and for David and I to share some ideas with you all.
    - I am also delighted that it is snowing so hard outside. I am very much a New Englander who has one my share of digging out of after snow storms, particularly with when I had my 1946 Ford Tractor with a front end loader. Now I live, very happily on a houseboat in Sausalito California just across from the Golden Gate bridge and love it -- but..
    - A bit of background about my journey, to suggest why I am so passionate about the topics David and I are going to discuss with you:
    - The day after graduating from Yale I headed off to Hong Kong to teach in a refugee college and study chinese
    -diplomat in Asia
    -reconciliation with China
    -consultant for corporations, government, economic development, and teaching international business management
    -worked in Iraq!
    -Everest
    -the World Paper
    -Quest for Global Healing (Three learnings: So many doing, so many want to do, the power of next gen!
    -The Tactics of Hope

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    -where I grew up in Potrero Hill, trouble of financial situation, pressure from parents
    How we met - Uncle Jamie - Josh’s dad (Outward Bound and NOLS)
    The coffee shop story: “I don’t know if you’re going to pay me, but I just want to work with you.”
    Traveling - Greece, Cambodia, France, Tanzania
    -feeling alone - then connected to a larger mission
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    - While this can be defined as a major global crisis, it also leads to many, many opportunities for you to engage in a world that needs all your creativity, impatience, and commitment to do good - and the potential you have to do well at the same time.

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  • "Doing Well" while "Doing Good" Social Entrepreneurship Seminar

    1. 1. THE TACTICS OF HOPE How Social Entrepreneurs Are Changing Our World
    2. 2. THE TACTICS OF HOPE How Social Entrepreneurs Are Changing Our World
    3. 3. Overview
    4. 4. Overview ❖ Introduction - who we are and why we’re here
    5. 5. Overview ❖ Introduction - who we are and why we’re here ❖ How the sustainability crisis is creating opportunities for you to engage
    6. 6. Overview ❖ Introduction - who we are and why we’re here ❖ How the sustainability crisis is creating opportunities for you to engage ❖ The role of Next-Gen and Millennial leaders
    7. 7. Overview ❖ Introduction - who we are and why we’re here ❖ How the sustainability crisis is creating opportunities for you to engage ❖ The role of Next-Gen and Millennial leaders ❖ Inspiring stories of Social Entrepreneurs
    8. 8. Overview ❖ Introduction - who we are and why we’re here ❖ How the sustainability crisis is creating opportunities for you to engage ❖ The role of Next-Gen and Millennial leaders ❖ Inspiring stories of Social Entrepreneurs ❖ “Doing Well” while “Doing Good” - a career development 5 step process
    9. 9. Overview ❖ Introduction - who we are and why we’re here ❖ How the sustainability crisis is creating opportunities for you to engage ❖ The role of Next-Gen and Millennial leaders ❖ Inspiring stories of Social Entrepreneurs ❖ “Doing Well” while “Doing Good” - a career development 5 step process ❖ Q &A
    10. 10. Introduction to Speakers
    11. 11. Introduction to Speakers Wilford Welch
    12. 12. Introduction to Speakers Wilford Welch
    13. 13. Introduction to Speakers Wilford Welch David Hopkins
    14. 14. Intergenerational Collaboration and Action
    15. 15. Intergenerational Collaboration and Action
    16. 16. Intergenerational Collaboration and Action
    17. 17. The Sustainability Challenge - Population Growth
    18. 18. The Sustainability Challenge - Population Growth The world’s population grew from 1.6 billion to 6.6 billion during the past one hundred years
    19. 19. The Sustainability Challenge - Population Growth The world’s population grew from 1.6 billion to 6.6 billion during the past one hundred years 6.6 billion
    20. 20. The Sustainability Challenge - Consumption Binge
    21. 21. The Sustainability Challenge - Consumption Binge We have consumed more natural resources the past 50 years than in all of human history.
    22. 22. The Sustainability Challenge - Consumption Binge
    23. 23. The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations
    24. 24. The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations The world digs up the equivalent of over 125 Empire State Buildings worth of materials each day.
    25. 25. The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations Since beginning of the industrial age, we have eliminated almost 70% of earth’s forests
    26. 26. The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations Forested areas totaling 200 square kilometers, or an area twice the size of Paris, France, are cut down every day.
    27. 27. The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations 90% of the large predator fish are gone, and 75% of marine fisheries are now overfished or fished to capacity
    28. 28. The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations Now, for the first time in human history, more people live in urban regions than rural areas.
    29. 29. The Sustainability Challenge - Resource Limitations
    30. 30. Shifting Roles of Traditional Players
    31. 31. Shifting Roles of Traditional Players ❖ Governments and International Organizations
    32. 32. Shifting Roles of Traditional Players ❖ Governments and International Organizations ❖ Corporations
    33. 33. Shifting Roles of Traditional Players ❖ Governments and International Organizations ❖ Corporations ❖ NGOs
    34. 34. Shifting Roles of Traditional Players ❖ Governments and International Organizations ❖ Corporations ❖ NGOs ❖ Individuals - The Rise of Civil Society and Social Entrepreneurs
    35. 35. Shifting Roles of Traditional Players ❖ Governments and International Organizations ❖ Corporations ❖ NGOs ❖ Individuals - The Rise of Civil Society and Social Entrepreneurs The New Players on the Scene ....Next-Gen Leaders and Millennials
    36. 36. The Great Consciousness Shift
    37. 37. The Great Consciousness Shift “History talks mostly of political revolutions...But occasionally something different happens, a collective awakening to new possibilities that changes everything... how people see the world, what they value, how society defines progress...and how institutions operate.The Renaissance was such a shift, as was the Industrial Revolution. So, too, is what is starting to happen around the world today.” -Peter Senge, MIT, Author of The Necessary Revolution
    38. 38. The Great Consciousness Shift
    39. 39. How Some Players Are Shifting Their Values
    40. 40. How Some Players Are Shifting Their Values
    41. 41. The Current Crisis
    42. 42. The Current Crisis Biosphere
    43. 43. The Current Crisis Biosphere Technosphere
    44. 44. The Current Crisis Biosphere Technosphere Sustainability
    45. 45. The Current Crisis Biosphere Technosphere Sustainability A Shift in Values Competition
    46. 46. The Current Crisis Biosphere Technosphere Sustainability A Shift in Values Competition Collaboration
    47. 47. The Current Crisis Biosphere Technosphere Sustainability A Shift in Values Competition Collaboration Coopetition
    48. 48. The Current Crisis Biosphere Technosphere Sustainability A Shift in Values Competition Collaboration Coopetition Opportunity to Redefine Priorities
    49. 49. The Current Crisis Biosphere Technosphere Sustainability A Shift in Values Competition Collaboration Coopetition Opportunity to Redefine Priorities Social & Environmental Challenges
    50. 50. The Current Crisis Biosphere Technosphere Sustainability A Shift in Values Competition Collaboration Coopetition Opportunity to Redefine Priorities Social & Entrepreneurship & Environmental Innovation Challenges
    51. 51. The Current Crisis Biosphere Technosphere Sustainability A Shift in Values Competition Collaboration Coopetition Opportunity to Redefine Priorities Social & Entrepreneurship & New Career Environmental Innovation Options for You Challenges
    52. 52. The Achievement Gap
    53. 53. The Achievement Gap The difference between what can be achieved successfully and what is in fact achieved.
    54. 54. The Achievement Gap The difference between what can be achieved successfully and what is in fact achieved. What percentage of young people successfully achieve the things that they could?
    55. 55. Millennial and Next-Gen Leaders Transformative Agents of Change
    56. 56. Millennial and Next-Gen Leaders Transformative Agents of Change ‣ Who we are
    57. 57. Millennial and Next-Gen Leaders Transformative Agents of Change ‣ Who we are ‣ What we’re doing
    58. 58. Millennial and Next-Gen Leaders Transformative Agents of Change ‣ Who we are ‣ What we’re doing ‣ Where we’re going
    59. 59. Who we are
    60. 60. Who we are ❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful
    61. 61. Who we are ❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful ❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations
    62. 62. Who we are ❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful ❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations ❖ Aware of and realistic about the challenges and more knowledgeable in our world view
    63. 63. Who we are ❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful ❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations ❖ Aware of and realistic about the challenges and more knowledgeable in our world view ❖ Believe in technology and our ability to innovate out of the mess we are inheriting
    64. 64. Who we are ❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful ❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations ❖ Aware of and realistic about the challenges and more knowledgeable in our world view ❖ Believe in technology and our ability to innovate out of the mess we are inheriting ❖ Embrace plenitude, while rejecting disparity
    65. 65. Who we are ❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful ❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations ❖ Aware of and realistic about the challenges and more knowledgeable in our world view ❖ Believe in technology and our ability to innovate out of the mess we are inheriting ❖ Embrace plenitude, while rejecting disparity ❖ Exhausted with punditry and bickering, energized by post- partisan, post-ideological, and post-political values
    66. 66. Who we are ❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful ❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations ❖ Aware of and realistic about the challenges and more knowledgeable in our world view ❖ Believe in technology and our ability to innovate out of the mess we are inheriting ❖ Embrace plenitude, while rejecting disparity ❖ Exhausted with punditry and bickering, energized by post- partisan, post-ideological, and post-political values ❖ Accept the urgency of problems: “Youth Are the Present!"
    67. 67. Who we are ❖ Optimistic, not pessimistic or vengeful ❖ Tolerant, diverse and more mature than predecessor generations ❖ Aware of and realistic about the challenges and more knowledgeable in our world view ❖ Believe in technology and our ability to innovate out of the mess we are inheriting ❖ Embrace plenitude, while rejecting disparity ❖ Exhausted with punditry and bickering, energized by post- partisan, post-ideological, and post-political values ❖ Accept the urgency of problems: “Youth Are the Present!" ❖ WE BELIEVE IN THE GREATER GOOD AND ARE DEDICATING OURSELVES TO ACHIEVING IT !!!
    68. 68. What We’re Doing
    69. 69. What We’re Doing City Year Youth for Change International Global Awareness and Change Americans for Informed Democracy Youth Venture Facebook “Causes” Energy Action Coalition Youth for Environmental Sanity (YES) Face AIDS Carrot Mob Global Health Corps YouthLead Global Citizen Year Open Action YouthGive Genocide Intervention Network Teach for America Generation Waking Up Future Shifters Global Youth In Action Collaboraid Magic Yeti Library Youth Social Enterprise Initiative (YSEI) Women’s Earth Alliance Youth Assets PeaceJam Young Women Social Entrepreneurs (YWSE) Ryan’s Well Foundation YouthWorks The Buried Life on MTV The Roosevelt Institution Youth Speaks Philippine Youth Employment Network Focus the Nation Campus Progress New Leaders Council The list goes on and on...
    70. 70. What We’re Doing City Year Youth for Change International Global Awareness and Change Americans for Informed Democracy Youth Venture Facebook “Causes” Energy Action Coalition Youth for Environmental Sanity (YES) Face AIDS Carrot Mob Global Health Corps YouthLead Global Citizen Year Open Action YouthGive Genocide Intervention Network Teach for America Generation Waking Up Future Shifters Global Youth In Action Collaboraid Magic Yeti Library Youth Social Enterprise Initiative (YSEI) Women’s Earth Alliance Youth Assets PeaceJam Young Women Social Entrepreneurs (YWSE) Ryan’s Well Foundation YouthWorks The Buried Life on MTV The Roosevelt Institution Youth Speaks Philippine Youth Employment Network Focus the Nation Campus Progress New Leaders Council The list goes on and on...
    71. 71. The New Era of Collaboration
    72. 72. The New Era of Collaboration
    73. 73. www.BeRewarding.com
    74. 74. www.BeRewarding.com
    75. 75. Where We’re Going
    76. 76. Where We’re Going PAST EMPHASIS RESULT = DESTRUCTIVE ECONOMY
    77. 77. Where We’re Going PAST EMPHASIS RESULT = DESTRUCTIVE ECONOMY The industrial age Left-brain logic Linear thinking Status quo Accounting models Decisions based on past experience Organizational hierarchy Authoritative leadership Teaching organizations Relentless growth Short-term profits Reactive corporate responsibility Minimizing environmental damage Reducing social injustices Limited self-interest
    78. 78. Where We’re Going PAST EMPHASIS FUTURE EMPHASIS RESULT = DESTRUCTIVE ECONOMY RESULT = CONSTRUCTIVE ECONOMY The industrial age Left-brain logic Linear thinking Status quo Accounting models Decisions based on past experience Organizational hierarchy Authoritative leadership Teaching organizations Relentless growth Short-term profits Reactive corporate responsibility Minimizing environmental damage Reducing social injustices Limited self-interest
    79. 79. Where We’re Going PAST EMPHASIS FUTURE EMPHASIS RESULT = DESTRUCTIVE ECONOMY RESULT = CONSTRUCTIVE ECONOMY The industrial age The conceptual age Left-brain logic Right brain creativity Linear thinking Systems thinking Status quo A liberated frame of mind Accounting models Nature models Decisions based on past experience Decisions based on future potential Organizational hierarchy Organizational fluidity Authoritative leadership Adaptive leadership Teaching organizations Learning organizations Relentless growth Organic growth Short-term profits Long-term prosperity Reactive corporate responsibility Proactive corporate responsibility Minimizing environmental damage Minimizing environmental repair Reducing social injustices Strengthening communities Limited self-interest Higher purpose
    80. 80. Characteristics of Social Entrepreneurs
    81. 81. Characteristics of Social Entrepreneurs • They focus on social and environmental challenges
    82. 82. Characteristics of Social Entrepreneurs • They focus on social and environmental challenges • They seek systemic solutions
    83. 83. Characteristics of Social Entrepreneurs • They focus on social and environmental challenges • They seek systemic solutions • They think “out of the box”
    84. 84. Characteristics of Social Entrepreneurs • They focus on social and environmental challenges • They seek systemic solutions • They think “out of the box” • They love scalability - where applicable
    85. 85. Characteristics of Social Entrepreneurs • They focus on social and environmental challenges • They seek systemic solutions • They think “out of the box” • They love scalability - where applicable • They collaborate across traditional boundaries
    86. 86. Characteristics of Social Entrepreneurs • They focus on social and environmental challenges • They seek systemic solutions • They think “out of the box” • They love scalability - where applicable • They collaborate across traditional boundaries • They implement, using for-profit, not-for-profit and hybrid models
    87. 87. Characteristics of Social Entrepreneurs • They focus on social and environmental challenges • They seek systemic solutions • They think “out of the box” • They love scalability - where applicable • They collaborate across traditional boundaries • They implement, using for-profit, not-for-profit and hybrid models • Unlike business entrepreneurs, they share their ideas
    88. 88. Social entrepreneurs combine street pragmatism with professional skill, visionary insights with pragmatism, and ethical fiber with tactical thrust. They see opportunities where others only see empty buildings, unemployable people and unvalued resources...radical thinking is what makes social entrepreneurs different from simply ‘good people’. They make markets work for people not the other way around, and gain strength from a wide network of alliances.They can ‘boundary-ride’ between the various political rhetoric and social paradigms to enthuse all sectors of society. -from The Tactics of Hope, Introduction
    89. 89. ❖ Connectivity is productivity ❖ Partnered with Grameen Bank ❖ Microloans to “phone ladies” ❖ In first 7 years, sold or rented mobile phones to 60,000+ rural villages, reaching 100 million people ❖ Subscriber network of 15 million ❖ In 2004, American investors sold their small stake in GrameenPhone to Telenor for $33 million
    90. 90. • $71 million in loans in 4 years • 573,000 lenders • 239,000 entrepreneurs • Average loan $100 • Repayment rate 98%
    91. 91. • $71 million in loans in 4 years • 573,000 lenders • 239,000 entrepreneurs • Average loan $100 • Repayment rate 98%
    92. 92. Peer-to-peer internet microloans • $71 million in loans in 4 years • 573,000 lenders • 239,000 entrepreneurs • Average loan $100 • Repayment rate 98%
    93. 93. Peer-to-peer internet microloans • $71 million in loans in 4 years • 573,000 lenders • 239,000 entrepreneurs • Average loan $100 • Repayment rate 98%
    94. 94. Peer-to-peer internet microloans • $71 million in loans in 4 years • 573,000 lenders • 239,000 entrepreneurs • Average loan $100 • Repayment rate 98%
    95. 95. Peer-to-peer internet microloans • $71 million in loans in 4 years • 573,000 lenders • 239,000 entrepreneurs • Average loan $100 • Repayment rate 98%
    96. 96. Peer-to-peer internet microloans • $71 million in loans in 4 years • 573,000 lenders • 239,000 entrepreneurs • Average loan $100 • Repayment rate 98%
    97. 97. • Awakening the Dreamer Symposium around the world • FourYear.Go global campaign to shift humanity’s behavior • Emersion trips the the Amazon with the Achuar
    98. 98. Preserving tropical rain forests, empowering indigenous populations, and teaching a new global vision of sustainability for all • Awakening the Dreamer Symposium around the world • FourYear.Go global campaign to shift humanity’s behavior • Emersion trips the the Amazon with the Achuar
    99. 99. Preserving tropical rain forests, empowering indigenous populations, and teaching a new global vision of sustainability for all • Awakening the Dreamer Symposium around the world • FourYear.Go global campaign to shift humanity’s behavior • Emersion trips the the Amazon with the Achuar
    100. 100. Preserving tropical rain forests, empowering indigenous populations, and teaching a new global vision of sustainability for all • Awakening the Dreamer Symposium around the world • FourYear.Go global campaign to shift humanity’s behavior • Emersion trips the the Amazon with the Achuar
    101. 101. Preserving tropical rain forests, empowering indigenous populations, and teaching a new global vision of sustainability for all • Awakening the Dreamer Symposium around the world • FourYear.Go global campaign to shift humanity’s behavior • Emersion trips the the Amazon with the Achuar
    102. 102. • Developing business tools for small green enterprises • Training young community leaders to be world-class spokespersons for the clean-energy economy • Advocating on Capitol Hill for green job training for vulnerable communities.
    103. 103. • Developing business tools for small green enterprises • Training young community leaders to be world-class spokespersons for the clean-energy economy • Advocating on Capitol Hill for green job training for vulnerable communities.
    104. 104. Providing green jobs and ecojustice for the underprivileged • Developing business tools for small green enterprises • Training young community leaders to be world-class spokespersons for the clean-energy economy • Advocating on Capitol Hill for green job training for vulnerable communities.
    105. 105. Providing green jobs and ecojustice for the underprivileged • Developing business tools for small green enterprises • Training young community leaders to be world-class spokespersons for the clean-energy economy • Advocating on Capitol Hill for green job training for vulnerable communities.
    106. 106. Providing green jobs and ecojustice for the underprivileged • Developing business tools for small green enterprises • Training young community leaders to be world-class spokespersons for the clean-energy economy • Advocating on Capitol Hill for green job training for vulnerable communities.
    107. 107. ❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled lot into a park and community garden
    108. 108. ❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled lot into a park and community garden ❖ Raise awareness about relevant community concerns, such as library services and multicultural understanding
    109. 109. ❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled lot into a park and community garden ❖ Raise awareness about relevant community concerns, such as library services and multicultural understanding ❖ 50 core members and over 200 other youth participate in events and programs
    110. 110. ❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled lot into a park and community garden ❖ Raise awareness about relevant community concerns, such as library services and multicultural understanding ❖ 50 core members and over 200 other youth participate in events and programs ❖ Garden Angels won the Grand Prize for school based organizations at the Fleet Youth Entrepreneur Competition
    111. 111. ❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled lot into a park and community garden ❖ Raise awareness about relevant community concerns, such as library services and multicultural understanding ❖ 50 core members and over 200 other youth participate in events and programs ❖ Garden Angels won the Grand Prize for school based organizations at the Fleet Youth Entrepreneur Competition ❖ Shawn was honored at the 2005
    112. 112. ❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled lot into a park and community garden ❖ Raise awareness about relevant community concerns, such as library services and multicultural understanding ❖ 50 core members and over 200 other youth participate in events and programs ❖ Garden Angels won the Grand Prize for school based organizations at the Fleet Youth Entrepreneur Competition ❖ Shawn was honored at the 2005 presidential inauguration
    113. 113. ❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled lot into a park and community garden ❖ Raise awareness about relevant community concerns, such as library services and multicultural understanding ❖ 50 core members and over 200 other youth participate in events and programs ❖ Garden Angels won the Grand Prize for school based organizations at the Fleet Youth Entrepreneur Competition ❖ Shawn was honored at the 2005 presidential inauguration youth service event with
    114. 114. ❖ Transformed an abandoned, trash-filled lot into a park and community garden ❖ Raise awareness about relevant community concerns, such as library services and multicultural understanding ❖ 50 core members and over 200 other youth participate in events and programs ❖ Garden Angels won the Grand Prize for school based organizations at the Fleet Youth Entrepreneur Competition ❖ Shawn was honored at the 2005 presidential inauguration youth service event with President Bush
    115. 115. “Doing Well” while “Doing Good” Pyramid A Career Development 5 step process
    116. 116. “Doing Well” while “Doing Good” Pyramid A Career Development 5 step process 1. What am I passionate about?
    117. 117. “Doing Well” while “Doing Good” Pyramid A Career Development 5 step process 1. What am I passionate about? 2. What is the need I want to address?
    118. 118. “Doing Well” while “Doing Good” Pyramid A Career Development 5 step process 1. What am I passionate about? 2. What is the need I 3. What skills do I have want to address? or can develop?
    119. 119. “Doing Well” while “Doing Good” Pyramid A Career Development 5 step process 1. What am I passionate about? 4. My Mission Statement 2. What is the need I 3. What skills do I have want to address? or can develop?
    120. 120. “Doing Well” while “Doing Good” Pyramid A Career Development 5 step process 1. What am I passionate about? 4. My Mission #5. Statement 2. What is the need I 3. What skills do I have want to address? or can develop?
    121. 121. Doing Well & Doing Good Pyramid A Career Development 5 step process #5.
    122. 122. Doing Well & Doing Good Pyramid A Career Development 5 step process Passion My Mission Statement Need Skills #5.
    123. 123. Doing Well & Doing Good Pyramid A Career Development 5 step process Passion My Mission Statement Need Skills Full-time Jobs Internships Part-time Service #5.
    124. 124. Doing Well & Doing Good Pyramid A Career Development 5 step process Passion My Mission Statement Need Skills Full-time Jobs Internships Part-time Service #5. My Career Choice
    125. 125. Workshop Questions
    126. 126. Workshop Questions 1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my career intentions?
    127. 127. Workshop Questions 1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my career intentions? 2. Which kind of innovative jobs addressing sustainability are available to me?
    128. 128. Workshop Questions 1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my career intentions? 2. Which kind of innovative jobs addressing sustainability are available to me? 3. Is it realistic that I can help create meaningful change? What difference can I make in the world?
    129. 129. Workshop Questions 1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my career intentions? 2. Which kind of innovative jobs addressing sustainability are available to me? 3. Is it realistic that I can help create meaningful change? What difference can I make in the world? 4. Is it really possible to “do well” and “do good”? If so, how?
    130. 130. Workshop Questions 1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my career intentions? 2. Which kind of innovative jobs addressing sustainability are available to me? 3. Is it realistic that I can help create meaningful change? What difference can I make in the world? 4. Is it really possible to “do well” and “do good”? If so, how? 5. How do I monetize my initiative? How do I fund my passion?
    131. 131. Workshop Questions 1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my career intentions? 2. Which kind of innovative jobs addressing sustainability are available to me? 3. Is it realistic that I can help create meaningful change? What difference can I make in the world? 4. Is it really possible to “do well” and “do good”? If so, how? 5. How do I monetize my initiative? How do I fund my passion? 6. How do I find and connect with organizations related to my career goals?
    132. 132. Workshop Questions 1. How do I create a personal mission statement to give clarity to my career intentions? 2. Which kind of innovative jobs addressing sustainability are available to me? 3. Is it realistic that I can help create meaningful change? What difference can I make in the world? 4. Is it really possible to “do well” and “do good”? If so, how? 5. How do I monetize my initiative? How do I fund my passion? 6. How do I find and connect with organizations related to my career goals? 7. What is the importance of personal contacts to fulfilling my career goals? How about mentors?
    133. 133. Wilford Welch, Author Wilford.Welch@attglobal.net David Hopkins, Contributing Editor David.g.hopkins@gmail.com QUESTIONS?

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