There comes a time when we as Social Entrepreneurs need to hunker down and get serious about our intentions. Being intentional entails us to create S.M.A.R.T. goals. The S.M.A.R.T. goals for Social Entrepreneurs ARE different from serial entrepreneurs. The business tool is overlooked by underperforming businesses, and highly misunderstood by nonprofits and novice entrepreneurs.
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I wanted to be completely real and bring a serious issue to the forefront. The word of try. We need to eliminate try out of your vocabulary, because it's detrimental to your entrepreneurial occupation. No one told me the damages it can create and harbor, so now I'm passing it on to you.
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Throughout my time of being a Social Entrepreneur, I've been asked so many times "why do you do this?" It's easy. I say, "I've been called to do this." As we get further into our conversation, I explain why my faith matters in this industry and then the 'lightbulb' goes off.
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One of the most important requirements of being an social entrepreneur is passion. You need passion in every element of your business everyday. Passion is one of the untold secrets to success in textbooks and "How-To" guides. The passion you possess will sustain your efforts by keeping you focused, motivated, and committed.
You need passion to complete the following tasks:
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As I'm still learning how to grow and scale my companies, one thing I've learned that's essential is to find your supporters. Finding your supporters can save you a lot time and energy. Their usefulness goes a long ways. End of story, period. But let me keep going to give you some details (big laugh).
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In the meantime, Dream Big and Godspeed.