Monthly Archive: August, 2012

What is Social Entrepreneurship?


Here’s my video for this entry.  Still not great, but better than my last one, promise! Disclaimer: Following the links greatly adds to the depth of this entry, but will add a dozen… Continue reading

Be the Change, See the Change


My reasoning for taking this class is very simple, really.  Social innovation is my passion in life and I want to make a difference. So, naturally, when I heard about a brand new… Continue reading

From Dane . . .


My initial response to this question was that the description sounded intriguing, and that it would probably be a good opportunity to be with some like-minded kids that are filled with BYU zeal… Continue reading

Inspirations –> Questions –> Thoughts –> Epiphanies –> Actions


The story of how I became interested in this class is a history of cyclical happenings. In every situation where I am involved in changing something for the better, I was first inspired… Continue reading

Behold! How Great a Forest a Little Fire Can Burn!


Watch the video version of this post on YouTube Brigham Young University has an infamous cable channel, byuTV.  During my high school years, my mother (a BYU alumna) would frequent the channel, watching the… Continue reading

The Human Imagination!


Randomly, last Winter semester, while trying to discover what ‘Business’ actually was, I happened to stumble into the Ballard Center. I had heard that there were some on-campus internship opportunities available here… and… Continue reading

Talk Nerdy to Me


After five years of not being involved in an academic setting, I needed a place to nerd-out.  I needed one night a month to forget about one-upping each other in witty banter, dating… Continue reading

Impact before One is Rich and Famous?


I spent the summer in China working for a microfinance company and after a summer of doing impact analysis for them, I need to figure out how to continue having a high personal… Continue reading

The Journey of a Social Innovation Fanatic


My journey to this course has been gradual. Throughout high school I was involved in several service learning groups and activities—everything from peer mentoring to mission trips to a Guatemalan orphanage. Based on… Continue reading

Too much to tell


Why am I taking this class? Too much to tell. One long interconnected chain of events. Fate, no doubt. Perhaps not too much to tell late at night to a friend. But definitely… Continue reading

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