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Social Entrepreneurship: The Right Balance of Doing Good and Doing Well

Social Entrepreneurship: The Right Balance of Doing Good and Doing Well

Social entrepreneur and co-founder of nonprofit Jolkona, Adnan Mahmud, discusses his definition of a successful social entrepreneur. He describes the social entrepreneur as someone who has found the right balance between doing good while doing well.

Mahmud outlines the three major problems to succeeding as a social entrepreneur, and the solutions how to overcome them. He says it succinctly, “What makes a successful social entrepreneur is that you don’t give up when people give you a hundred reasons why you will fail: You give them 101 reasons why you will succeed.”

via Do Good & Do Well: 3 Tips for Social Entrepreneurs at Home and Abroad | Adnan Mahmud.



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