On Effective Social Entrepreneurship: Change Begins With Me


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Author Ron Schultz launched his book entitled "Creating Good Work – The World’s Leading Social Entrepreneurs Show How to Build a Healthy Economy" at the annual AshokaU Exchange held in San Diego.

The author explains that in order to create social change effectively, change should start at home. Every social entrepreneur is advised to change oneself for the better, be accepting of change in others and accommodate change where it happens.


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