14: The Power of Purposeful Partnerships A podcast with BAM Essentials and Arc's Value Village

Welcome to episode 14, The Power of Purposeful Partnerships!

Social entrepreneurship partnerships

Social entrepreneurs are people with incredible amounts of passion and drive. They want to make a difference no matter what it takes. However, the problem is that, if you are like me, that can lead to more and more of being the chief cook and bottle washer! Whatever the task we do it, because it makes a difference of course. Social media, done. Sales, done. Packaging, marketing, networking, the books, strategy….we will do it all! Unfortunately, we don’t run at our highest potential alone. We were never created to bear everything. There is a great verse in the bible that says, “1 can put 1,000 to flight, but 2 can put 10,000 to flight.”

This episode is to inspire you to begin looking for like minded partnerships so you can bear each others burdens and see more accomplished together than you ever could alone. I love the quote from Hellen Keller that says, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”

Arc’s Value Village Pop up shop

When: Saturday, November 28

Where: Arc’s Value Village – 1650 White Bear Ave N, St. Paul, MN 55106

Tweetable moments

Co-operation is better than competition.

Team work makes the dreamwork!

World changing partnerships share vision, share burden, and share reward.

Show Links

Other podcasts with Beth –  Find your sweet spot in life and business and Idea, planning, action: how to launch a social enterprise

Arc’s value village: http://www.arcsvaluevillage.org

Social Enterprise Alliance national website: socialenterprise.us

Social Enterprise Alliance – Twin Cities website: seatwincities.orgBAM

Essentials website: bamessentials.com

BAM Essentials Etsy shop: www.etsy.com/shop/bamessentials

Impact Hub MSP: https://minneapolis.impacthub.net/

Minnesota Council of Nonprofits: minnesotanonprofits.org

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