So you want to make a dent on the world's greatest problems, huh? The best way to start is articulating your thoughts. Read this post to learn why the key to doing this is picking up a pen and writing.
Cheryl HellerFebruary 11, 2014
Of all the forms that social innovation and social enterprise take around the world, we rarely think of art as one of them. But maybe we should.
Cheryl HellerJanuary 29, 2014
Have you ever heard the advice "pick one thing and stick to it"? Many entrepreneurs have a very hard time specializing in just one thing. Take comfort in these wise and inspiring words, because a world full of specialists is a sad and unforgiving place.
Cheryl HellerJanuary 23, 2014
For humans to be sustainable, we need a world filled with more people who are creative, visual, passionate, broadly curious, generalists, integrators, listeners, systems thinkers and doers, and people who know how to create lives filled with both success and purpose
Cheryl HellerDecember 5, 2013
If you’re serious about global social innovation, there's a new book that opens a window into how it happens, why it works, what "stuff" you need to succeed at it and what it feels like.
Cheryl HellerNovember 21, 2013
Extreme deliberation goes into most ventures, but not so when it comes to mentoring. How can we create more effective mentors?
Cheryl HellerOctober 14, 2013
The days of lone heroes and quick fixes are over, and never were what we hoped they would be. Our problems are too complex to fix quickly, and too big to fix alone. For everyone trying to change the world on a deadline, give it up.
Cheryl HellerSeptember 16, 2013