Sam Baddoo is a serial entrepreneur and an expert in social entrepreneurship. He is currently a co-founder of [re]start, a company helping people find and grow careers they will love. I admire his insight into connecting people with ideas and resources to find their passions and leave the world a better place.
This entire podcast exists to give you ideas, and I’m so grateful to share these inspiring stories. What I’ve found is that the more I surround myself with innovative ideas, the better my own ideas become. And it’s my dream that by sharing the best ones, you will not only be more successful but hopefully, some of that success will make the world a better place.
To amplify this, I launched a weekly newsletter called the Social Good Blueprint, with trending stories with social entrepreneurship. Please sign up if you don’t want to miss any hot topics in social change.
There is so much cool stuff happening in this space, but let’s face it, social change is hard. If they were simple, the problems wouldn’t exist.
The United Nations categorized social issues into 17 sustainable development goals, to help give focus and clarity to social change. These include topics ranging across poverty, hunger, education, energy, the environment, justice and equality.
What’s challenging is to break out of the small circle we live in to see the bigger picture of what is going on, and how we can work together to create huge change.
So the question is, how do you figure out where to put your attention to create change?