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Social Entrepreneur with Nathan A Webster

Social Entrepreneur with Nathan A Webster is a resource for all social entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs, nonprofit executives, management, and startups. Everyone is welcome. The need for more resources to solve these global issues is dire. We all can make a difference.
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Jun 28, 2016

This tool is every entrepreneur and social entrepreneur's solution if they can master it. This is their blueprint for organizing thoughts into plans. Those plans turn into actions. Ultimately, allows the visionary to focus on the details using a six sigma format.

Six Sigma is a disciplined method that eliminates the defects in a product or service before it even hits the market. As a big dreaming Pisces, this gives me the needed infrastructure to house my dreams. My ability to dream big, set goals and meet them through the data-driven six sigma method is DMAIC.

To read the whole blog, http://nwebsterllc.com/focus-details-six-sigma/

For more information, the sources discussed in SEwNAW are below. We hope you enjoy our show. Any feedback is good feedback. Subscribe, share and review!

In the meantime, Dream Big and Godspeed.
N

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Six Sigma
Simplify with Clarity

Jun 20, 2016

In our 21st century, having a website is common as a coffee shop on every suburbia corner. If you’re a small business owner—doesn’t matter if you’re a for-profit or nonprofit—your website is a necessity for organizational success. In this podcast edition of SEwNAW, we’ll cover three main reasons why you need a website. 

As web designers, we’d love to have your business. If you choose not to do business, we suggest you cover the following topics with your web designer:

  1. Marketing Tool
  2. Brings Legitimacy to your Business
  3. Digital Business Card 

For more information, the sources discussed in SEwNAW are below. We hope you enjoy our show. Any feedback is good feedback. Subscribe, share and review!

Check out the blog at http://nwebsterllc.com/. 

In the meantime, Dream Big and Godspeed.

N

 

Jun 13, 2016

These podcasts are getting more and more intense for me. I'm banging my desk. The papers are being rattled and shuffled. My apologies. I'm just excited! To find others with that share the same passion makes my heart sing; but to also share this information with you means that you won't have my same mistakes.

So "Why Nonprofits Must Evolve" is both a statement and question. As nonprofits, we must adapt and overcome. For outsiders, nonprofits are no longer the run-of-the-mill organization. Nonprofits cannot become extinct. Society cannot afford that travesty.

In this podcast, I'll give you the perspective as social entrepreneur and founder. As you'll hear the emotion, understand that's from my pain learning from an antiquated industry. However, I love this broken industry. My pain is now your gain.

KEY TAKEAWAYS
1. Doers don't measure - by TD Jakes
2. Partnership and collaboration truly doesn't exist when the responsibility of funding (both income and expenses) are not shared.
3. Why Nonprofits Must Evolve - NONPROFITS HAVE AN HIGHER EXPECTATION
4. Data is critical- it’s both a necessity for operations and leverage

For more information, the sources discussed in SEwNAW are below. We hope you enjoy our show. Any feedback is good feedback. Subscribe, share and review!

In the meantime, Dream Big and Godspeed.

N

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What the Nonprofit Sector Needs to Reach Its Full Potential by Dan Pallotta

Not all software M&A is created equal by Scott Kupor, Andreessen Horowitz

Jun 6, 2016

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “Grants are free money.” Well, that’s false. Grants are not free. They’re very expensive in time and resources. It doesn’t matter if it’s a federal, state, county, or even a simple PTO (aka, Parent Teacher Organization) grant. All grants have costs, structure, and a formula.

For an example, I will use one foundation that I believe embodies an ideal funder. Oregon based organization, Meyer Memorial Trust (aka, MMT), has been great to us. In addition, they have a great website with exemplary resources.

Continue reading on the blog. Click here.

This a very simple instructional for nonprofit grant seekers. An 8-Step Beginner’s Guide to Nonprofit Grants will allow you to choose the best grant for you and your organization. Make the best decision for your ROI and ROT.

For more information, the sources discussed in SEwNAW are below. We hope you enjoy our show. Any feedback is good feedback. Subscribe, share and review!

In the meantime, Dream Big and Godspeed.

N 

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