Your Chance to Change the World

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    People setting up organizations often feel alone and are unaware of what they need to think about and get done. Such individuals nearly always have drive and great instincts but may not have developed the networks and know-how needed to get an organization off the ground. In the likely absence of a companion or mentor this inspiring, practical book will give these people the tools they need to help them succeed. Packed with anecdotes, top tips and real-life stories this publication will be an invaluable companion to any aspiring social entrepreneur. This book is the third in a series which includes the popular "It's Tough at the Top" and "The Pleasure and the Pain".

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    Number of Pages: 176
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781903991930
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    Listed in: Entrepreneurship
    Publisher: DIRECTORY OF SOCIAL CHANGE

    Books by Craig Dearden-Phillips

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