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Happy 2016 and Year of the Monkey! Since many folks seems to clock in the new year after the Super Bowl, this seemed like a fitting time to share a few quick updates.

1. T+1 Month since book release.  51 Questions on Social Entrepreneurshipis just over a month old! You can check out some of the Amazon reviews so far, and we would love to read yours. You can also nominate a school, university, or library s to receive a free copy.

2. New podcast name. The podcast is now titled “The Impact Podcast by Innov8social”. It features over 60 interviews with thinkers and doers and we are trying a few new formats too. For example, we recently launched a new segment called “Neetal Notes” where I share short reflections from my personal journey in the social entrepreneur space. Feedback welcome :)

3. A more regular (but streamlined) newsletter. We’ll send out more regular newsletters…quick snapshots of interesting, actionable content related to social entrepreneurship and social impact delivered to you.

4. See you in LA in Feb? I am super excited to have been selected as a 2016StartingBloc Fellow and will be in Santa Monica in mid-February for the Institute. Please feel free to be in touch if you will be in the LA area then too. I will try to capture the experience through Instagram, podcasts, video, Twitter, and other social media channels too.

It’s already been a year of reflection and re-emergence after the book. It’s time to dive deep and shift from building cool tools and resources to helping people engage with the space and each other. Thank you for your messages and posts of encouragement and excitement. It reminds me of #whywedo.

Excited, humbled, and ready :) It’s game time.

Warmly,
Neetal

 

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