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Social Entrepreneur with Nathan A Webster

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Now displaying: October, 2017
Oct 30, 2017

Almost three months out from Houston's Hurricane Harvey, we bring you a fellow social entrepreneur that has experienced the natural disaster and living through the recovery. For those readers who are reading this in real-time, our national/local news doesn't include the recovery efforts. As a social entrepreneur, I'm wanting to know what's going on. 

To continue reading the blog, click here ---> https://mrsocialentrepreneur.com/houstons-hurricane-harvey-erin-mcclarty/

Oct 26, 2017

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation and succession of my businesses. There’s no blog for tips unlike Social Entrepreneur with Nathan A Webster.

Oct 23, 2017

We all listened and watched when Oprah was on everyday at 4pm. She was a household name. The saying, "Oprah said ..." was a typical reference for people's arguments. Her show was THE show to be on if you were somebody.

To continue reading the blog, click here ---> https://mrsocialentrepreneur.com/taking-oprahs-advice/

Oct 19, 2017

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation and succession of my businesses. There’s no blog for tips unlike Social Entrepreneur with Nathan A Webster.

Oct 16, 2017

Let's be honest and subscribe to the notion, no one likes nor wants to lose. There hasn't been one grant I wrote and believed it wasn't going to be funded. I would need to pass the torch if that was the case right?!

When I didn't win, I was shocked. I was like, "C'mon, are you serious?" Someone messed up on the votes or something. Losing a grant is painful, but also detrimental to the organization. Let me explain.

To continue reading the blog, click here ---> https://mrsocialentrepreneur.com/writing-grants-101-follow-process

Oct 12, 2017

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation and succession of my businesses. There’s no blog for tips unlike Social Entrepreneur with Nathan A Webster.

Oct 9, 2017

In all the grants I've wrote throughout the years, I expected to win. Every grant took countless hours of research, design and thought. I truly poured my soul in each one, so when it got rejected my feelings were hurt. In the hindsight of glancing back to my initial grants, I don't think I would have approved my grant neither.

To continue reading, click here: https://mrsocialentrepreneur.com/writing-grants-101-lessons-win-lose

Oct 5, 2017

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation and succession of my businesses. There’s no blog for tips unlike Social Entrepreneur with Nathan A Webster.

Oct 2, 2017

I've never loved writing papers. Reading and writing wasn't a popular pastime for me as a kid. In high school, my mother wrote my papers. It wasn't until college I began to read and write my own content. After a few years, it became easier but was never a joy until it resulted in a check.

To finish reading the blog, click here: https://mrsocialentrepreneur.com/writing-grants-101-overcoming-writers-block/

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