Social entrepreneurs come from all walks of life. Some begin
their careers as doctors, engineers, teachers, priests, social
workers, clowns, journalists, computer programmers, artists,
nurses, businesspeople, and architects.
As a social entrepreneur, you have the fire and determi-nation to convince
many people you meet about the urgency of the problem you’re
trying to solve. You need your message to be heard even when
you aren’t around.
Communication has a central place in achieving social change. Initially, many might react skeptically to that statement. Talk and things get better? Aren’t we supposed to walk the walk, not just talk the talk?