Weekly Round-up – November 11

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blog-post-november-11While we’re not claiming that social enterprise has been on the forefront of anyone’s minds this week, we’d like to share with you some recent articles and advice on continuing to gain exposure to the social impact sphere. Taking a little time each week to read about something new that intrigues you or boosts your knowledge of a sector of interest is a great practice for everyone to adopt. With that in mind, here are 3 of our favorite social impact and leadership articles from the week!

1. In a world of constant connection and extended workdays, we believe in the power of productive work, even with limited hours. This quick read by Inc is a great tool for refreshing your morning routine and getting the most out of the time you have dedicated to working!

2. Sometimes the resources on entrepreneurship can be overwhelming. How much should you read about it before you jump in and try it for yourself? This article helps you figure out the right balance in launching a new venture.

3. Business models can be confusing, especially within the social impact space. What type fits your idea? These 10 models come with brief tutorials on what they mean and why you’d chose one over another.

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