You are here on earth to connect with others, and to make a contribution. But before you can connect and contribute, you have to practice self-care. Are you thriving, connecting, and contributing? Take the self-assessment.
You see a need in the world that you can’t unsee. There’s a cause that burns in your heart.
The status quo tells us, “That’s just the way things are.”
The status quo is that you get up every day and act as if nothing is wrong with the world. It’s easy to be lulled into inaction by the status quo.
It’s time to kick the status quo in the teeth.
If you don’t know me, I’m Tony Loyd.
For years, I worked as a Fortune 500 executive.
I watched as companies prioritized the shareholders over the other stakeholders such as the planet, communities, and employees.
I knew there had to be a better way. But I had no idea where to start. The pull of the status quo seemed too great.
In 2014 I met a group of social entrepreneurs – people who made a dollar and a difference. They made money, but the money went toward a mission.
Today, I’m a best-selling author, TEDx speaker, and coach to social entrepreneurs.
I host one of the world’s most downloaded podcasts.
I have interviewed hundreds of social entrepreneurs. I found that successful social entrepreneurs follow predictable steps.
Here’s what I found. Success leaves clues.
You can learn what makes them successful.
Change is difficult, complex work. It’s easy to get stuck. We’ve seen five common reasons why people fail to start – and how they overcame those excuses.
When you’re alone, you waste time, miss opportunities, lack guidance, and fail to reach your potential. You need a community of changemakers.