It’s been an awfully busy last few days for Juan Great Leap. I just want to loop you in with some important updates:
1. Cowboy Social Enterprise Planning
Last August 25, twelve Juan Great Leap readers took part in a “Cowboy” Social Enterprise Advocacy Planning held at the fourth floor of Amber Place in Pasig. The office was still being renovated, so the group went cowboy and just sat on the floor. Amazingly, almost everyone brought food to share with the group.
It was a very fruitful planning session. The group obviously shared the same passion as far as trying to make a positive difference for the country and its development. The prevalent theme was “starting small and thinking big.”
Ultimately, it was decided that an event be planned sometime November which will shed more light into social entrepreneurship and hopefully spur more people to explore founding one.
Do you want to help out? Please just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can invite you to the current online discussions being done.
2. Startup Saturdays Slots
I usually talk to 2-3 entrepreneurs / would be entrepreneurs every Saturday morning, at the Starbucks in SM Masinag in Antipolo around 10am. The next open slots are for Sept 8 (1 slot free) and Sept 22 (3 slots still free). I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the chance to meet and share ideas with so many good people. Suffice it to say, this is free. If you want to reserve a slot, just send me an email at email@example.com
3. August 29 Keynote Clips
I spent the weekend editing the footage of the August 29 event. Found below is an abridged version of the keynote address divided into 5 videos. Apologies as the audio isn’t so clear. I’ll be sharing the keynote address, but I won’t be sharing footage from the great panel discussion we had – I do want to create a clear advantage for people who go directly to the events.
Here they are: (ADDENDUM: If you’re watching ONE video, choose the third one – Peter)
Opening Prayer, Starting Out, and the Birth of Juan Great Leap
Money and Meaning Do Not Have To Be Mutually Exclusive Anymore
The Practical and Philosophical Reasons Why You HAVE To Start With A Passion
The Modified Three Circles and How We Can Easily Build Rovios
If You Aren’t a Samurai, You’re A Rice-Picker