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Reasons to Reconsider Starting Your Own Nonprofit

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While many of us in the social-impact space focus our energy into existing organizations or programs, some of us can struggle to find the right place to apply our enthusiasm and experience. Sometimes, we’ll see a need in our own communities that spark an idea for a solution or an intervention, leaving us feeling certain […]


5 Lessons We Can Learn From (Very) Young Entrepreneurs

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We typically think that adults are the ones who do all the teaching. Yet there is much that we can learn from young people and apply to our own lives and careers if we simply pay attention. Kids are super-creative, enthusiastic, honest, and willing to take risks—what more could you want in a mentor? I’ve […]


How to Fight Founder Loneliness When You’re Starting a Nonprofit

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Here’s how you can connect with your fellow creators, builders, and change makers.


Cook For Your Life | How Cooking and Cancer Inspired My Career Change

In the New York of the early 90s, I lost many of my friends to AIDS. I cooked and cared for one of them during the last six months of his life. It was an incredible experience that I am grateful for. It taught me two things: the value of service, and not to be […]