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Why Finding Your Passion is Not Enough

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When I was younger, I thought that I really wanted to 1.) graduate with honours, 2.) get a high paying job in a multinational corporation, 3.) climb up the corporate ladder, 4.) go for an MBA or further studies, and 5.) build my own company to be my own boss. 1,047 more words

Introducing Social Impact Consultant, Deborah Ives

Hi, my name is Deborah and I’m extremely happy and excited to be joining the _SocialStarter programme in Rio. From the minute I read about the opportunity on… 399 more words

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Generation UK India - Social Entrepreneurship

One of thirty UK students to represent the British Council in New Delhi. The course gave an insight into the Indian socio cultural and economical environment, initiating and creating sustainable and scalable change in India. 23 more words

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Learning to Step Back, Observe and Listen in Ecuador

This summer, we will feature guest posts from students who received a Dingman Center scholarship to participate in the Maryland Social Entrepreneur Corps (MSEC). They will share their experiences learning about social entrepreneurship while consulting with local businesses in Latin America. 528 more words

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My view was so narrow for a country so vast.

I spent my last month travelling around India to various places including Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Gurgaon, New Delhi and Rishikesh. The overall purpose of my visit was very open, but I had the goal to increase my understanding of India. 274 more words

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Citizen engineers for good

Today’s blog looks back to a 2013 edition of AgileTODAY, in which the founder of Rally Software, Ryan Martens, shared his thoughts on moving faster to solve the world’s most intractable problems. 972 more words

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Changing Mindsets

Whether you drive a BMW or Maruti, the road remains the same. Whether you fly Economy or Business Class, your destination doesn’t change. Whether you wear a Titan or Rolex, time remains the same. 50 more words

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