Social Entrepreneurship TED Talks

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This week, we’d like to focus your attention on 3 TED Talks from the last few years geared toward the topic of social entrepreneurship. We think that they share very valuable insights about how to build an idea and do well in the world. Our team’s desire is to push you to continue learning about the latest and greatest in social enterprise development, seeing how possible it is for you and your ministry to meld with the world of social enterprise. Let these encourage you in your journey this week!

  1. Dan Pallotta, “The Way We Think About Charity is Dead Wrong”
  2. Jessica Jackley, “Povery, Money – And Love”
  3. Toby Eccles, “Invest in Social Change”

Let us know what you think!

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