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How-To Stand Up Your Profile In Civic Courage

Jonathan Lewis | Posted 02.08.2014 | Impact
Jonathan Lewis

What motivates a social entrepreneur? What motivates you? After the hard analysis is published and the heady policy papers go unread, compassion mot...

How-To Reject Rejection When It's Personal

Jonathan Lewis | Posted 01.23.2014 | Impact
Jonathan Lewis

In the public square of social change, rejection is intensely personal. If you believe in your mission, and if you are giving it your all, then it's ...

How-To Snag A Social Justice Job Interview

Jonathan Lewis | Posted 11.10.2013 | Impact
Jonathan Lewis

Are you a social sector job-seeker? Feeling frozen out of your future change-the-world job? Reluctant to enter the fray? Fear of failure stopping y...

How-To Make Your Mom Proud Of You (Or Not)

Jonathan Lewis | Posted 10.27.2013 | Parents
Jonathan Lewis

If you have parents, your social activism career just might, with any luck at all, turn out OK. For some social sector activists, parents are hurdles...

How-To Give Your Inner Fundraiser More Currency

Jonathan Lewis | Posted 09.30.2013 | Impact
Jonathan Lewis

This year, a mentor died. A friend moved on. A social enterprise started sinking. Each loss leaves its unique echo of disappointment and the haunti...

How-To Uncover Your Passion and Purpose

Jonathan Lewis | Posted 09.25.2013 | GPS for the Soul
Jonathan Lewis

Fulfilling, meaningful work doesn't start with a big idea. It starts with a small voice hiding inside you. "One of the first things to do is to iden...

How-To Interview For A Social Justice Career

Jonathan Lewis | Posted 08.17.2013 | Business
Jonathan Lewis

There's nothing all that unnerving about a social justice job interview that a really first-class miracle won't cure. In the allotted time you are ex...

Changing the World? Mix One Woman With Valor, Add Grit

Jonathan Lewis | Posted 10.28.2012 | Impact
Jonathan Lewis

What does it mean to be a change-maker without courage or character? Is it even possible? Is it old-fashion and antiquated, maybe even a bit sappy, to openly applaud personal valor?