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Inspiring Social Innovation

There are so many Social Innovators I have followed to some degree.



When I saw the word “inspiration” I tried to think of who inspired me the most. Yes who because sometimes a living breathing person is more inspiring than a group, even though there are many great social innovators out there as groups.



I chose Fridemar Pache.



He is easy to find in any search engine just type 'Fridemar'



I have followed Fridemar too. On twitter and facebook several… Continue

Posted on April 23, 2011 at 9:49pm

2020

2020 is only 9 years away. By then I will be 46.



I shall remain with my partner and will will share a small home near the sea. It will be an efficient home with passive temperature control. It will be warm of heart and have the usual creature comforts. Grandchildren will visit and liven up the quiet times. A small low maintenance food garden.



I will still be learning, still be loving, still be changing. This will be part of my job. A small business making, promoting and… Continue

Posted on April 17, 2011 at 4:35am — 1 Comment

What You Have vs What You Lack

"What you have matters more than what you lack (If you’ve got a bicycle, consider what you can build based on that, rather than worrying about not having a car, a truck, a metal shop.)"



The feel the quote above helps transform paralysis into action.



Many of the social innovation suggestions in Exhibit A are great. Some I know and some are new. Many are good reminders. However, I have chosen the above because one of my issues is on taking the jump into action. I'm an… Continue

Posted on April 13, 2011 at 8:06am

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