Notes about Misc Things I’ve been learning about.

To Categorize and Expand Upon

Creating a Graph Knowledgebase
since things don’t fit into individual buckets since they are all intertwined
Radical Orgs
MetaImpact Framework
10 types
has a card deck

Finding Co-Founders


"impact entrepreneur" VS "social entrepreneur"

The terms "impact entrepreneur" and "social entrepreneur" are often used interchangeably, but there are some subtle differences between them.
An impact entrepreneur is someone who creates a business with the primary goal of making a positive impact on society or the environment. The impact can be measured in terms of social, environmental, or economic outcomes, and can be achieved through a variety of means, including products, services, or business models.
A social entrepreneur, on the other hand, is someone who creates a business with the primary goal of solving a social problem. Social entrepreneurs often focus on creating innovative solutions to social issues, such as poverty, inequality, or environmental degradation. They typically prioritize social impact over profits, and may use a variety of business models, including non-profits, social enterprises, or for-profit companies with a social mission.
In summary, impact entrepreneurs focus on making a positive impact through their business, while social entrepreneurs focus on solving social problems through their business. While the two concepts overlap to some extent, the primary focus of each is slightly different.
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