Being able to turn a passion into your life’s work gets at the heart of entrepreneurship, but that’s just the start. Cultivating skills to keep ourselves open—to people, to change, to growing, to leaning into resilience when times are rough—while also keeping a clear eye on founding principles allows that passion to thrive and inspire others to work alongside us. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.


I of Africa, Season 3, Episode 2 | Featuring Chinedu Echeruo

In this episode, we discussed: - How attending King's College School in Lagos, as a young man, shaped his independence.


Case Chats: Bart Houlahan, B Lab

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Redefine Success in Business | Bart Houlahan | TEDxYYC

After watching the new owner of his sports apparel company strip away long standing commitments to employees, community and the environment, Bart Houlahan knew there had to be a better way to use business as a force for good.


The Business of Spirituality: On Money, Branding, and Other Taboos

"Business" is a taboo topic in divinity school-but anyone who wants to change the world needs to understand how to think like an entrepreneur.