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Social Entrepreneur with Nathan A Webster

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Dec 30, 2019

My journey hasn't been easy, but the hardest is the first step. It started with Les Brown: https://nwebsterllc.com/2017/02/02/les-browns-you-gotta-be-hungry/. However, once I got started and achieved my initial goals, I had to reset my vision and be fearless by failing forward. 

Older podcast: ROI on Fail Forward.

Fail Forward article: https://nwebsterllc.com/2016/04/26/fail-forward/

Dec 26, 2019

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation, and the succession of my businesses.

Dec 23, 2019

In this episode, we have the 2nd edition of TAO's Cara Snow. We'll discuss the results of the Unhackathon: Break the Code, the fight for equity in Corporate America, and more!

For more info on the podcast, go to: mrsocialentrepreneur.com. Thank you to our sponsors: NW & Associates, LLC.

Dec 19, 2019

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation, and the succession of my businesses.

Dec 12, 2019

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation, and the succession of my businesses.

Dec 9, 2019

Nothing is off limits because we know business has some taboo, but learning which ones to avoid and embrace can be what makes us who we are. Don’t be afraid to embrace them.

Dec 5, 2019

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation, and the succession of my businesses.

Dec 2, 2019

I recently watched the Netflix movie Dolemite is My Name, starring Eddie Murphy. While it’s an enjoyable film, with solid writing, acting and amazing wardrobes, I was particularly taken by the entrepreneurial journey of the biopic’s subject, Rudy Ray Moore. His passion, commitment and vision were inspiring to me as an entrepreneur and Murphy captured his essence brilliantly. Moore’s story of making Dolemite, the movie, reminded me of Steve Jobs and other bold entrepreneurs’ obsessive commitment to achieving a vision. His journey making the movie wasn’t linear, and I found it inspiring for that reason. In this article, I outline six successful traits Rudy Ray Moore embodied as he evolved from a struggling artist and record store clerk to cult movie hero and The Godfather of Rap. Perhaps his journey will inspire yours.

Continue reading Kent's article here

Nov 28, 2019

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation, and the succession of my businesses.

Nov 25, 2019

For the news and articles, check out our mrsocialentrepreneur.com and nwebsterllc.com for more info. Related podcast: How to have Uncomfortable Conversations.

Nov 21, 2019

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation, and the succession of my businesses.

Nov 14, 2019

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation, and the succession of my businesses.

Nov 10, 2019

For the news and articles, check out our mrsocialentrepreneur.com and nwebsterllc.com for more info.

Nov 7, 2019

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation, and the succession of my businesses.

Nov 4, 2019

Let's talk about Social Good. This is where purpose and profit intersects all nonprofit-esque organizations. Guest: Cheryl White and Nathan Webster discuss it. 

Oct 31, 2019

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation, and the succession of my businesses.

Oct 28, 2019

Kent LewisAnvil Media (aka, PDX’s Godfather of Marketing) breaks down how to see on Amazon. Follow along with Kent's article

Oct 24, 2019

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation, and the succession of my businesses.

Oct 21, 2019

Ashley Micciche, CEO of True North Retirement Advisors. 

Click here -->truenorthra.com/valuemybusiness to receive your free business valuation checklist and unlimited access to the business valuation tool.

Oct 17, 2019

These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation, and the succession of my businesses.

Oct 14, 2019

For the news and articles, check out our mrsocialentrepreneur.com and nwebsterllc.com for more info.

Oct 10, 2019
These tips come to you from my rejection, humiliation, and the succession of my businesses.
Oct 7, 2019

Join the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) and our partner, Multnomah County, as we kick off our first a community-driven, collaborative design sprint. We aim to break barriers that exist between non-profit organizations that specifically serve people of color and the broad, local tech community. 

Breaking the Code’s framework leverages assets from the public sector (data, staff, technology platforms, public infrastructure, small business incubation), and the technology industry (technology solutions, expertise, professionals, funding) with the goal of providing solutions to successfully serve the community.

Sign up as a participant, coach, volunteer or an attendee to learn how to use design thinking during National Digital Inclusion Week to create solutions to empower a more inclusive community. 

Be a Hacker or Attendee - As a hacker for this event, you have the technical, creative or project management skills to share!  TAO is seeking teams of 4 - 7 individuals to work on industry and community challenges. The goal for each team is to have a minimum of one (1) Coach, one (1) Data Analyst, one (1) Project Manager, two (2) Software Developers or individuals with technical skills, and one (1) Graphic/UX Designer or creative person.

Be a Partner or Volunteer - As a community partner to this event, you have knowledge and sweat equity to share!  TAO is seeking shifts of connected community organizers to guide our hackers on resources related to the various challenges.  While you may not be technical, you know the ins and outs and of services and resources available. TAO is seeking shifts of helpful volunteers to ensure our hackers are supported throughout the week while they work!  The volunteer roles we are seeking are mentors, data/researchers, event planning and logistics, AV support, photography & videography.

TEAMS - create your own team or sign up as an individual and we will create teams

  • 1 Coach
  • 1 Data Analyst
  • 1 Project Manager
  • 2 Software Developers
  • 1 Graphic Designer / UX

VOLUNTEERS

  • Photo / Video
  • Mentor/Mediator
  • AV / Systems Help
  • Data Digger/Researcher
  • Community Partner (knowledgeable)

Here's the link to the event --> http://techoregon.org/events/breaking-code-un-hackathon-cause-kick

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