Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Pamela Positive: A Home Should Be…

A home should be inspiring.  All the objects in your home should reinforce your values and character.  Home should be a respite of calm and peace, and a reflection of who you are.

A home should demonstrate moderation.  Homes should reflect what is needed.  Meet your needs, and then embrace moderation and simplicity.

A home should have balance.  The best homes reflect a sense of balance within the spaces, allowing for different types of activities.  Some may be more energetic, others which are more peaceful.

Entrepreneurial Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurialism (Part Seven)

In 1996, I wrote a paper for a class at USC.  The paper was called “Entrepreneurial Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurialism: The Mindset and Method of Progressive Philanthropy.”  It’s an interesting look at the thought at the time towards Social Entrepreneurship (in a time when even the terms were still being created!)

I no longer have a digital copy of the paper, but we’ve scanned the pages, and will be posting them here over the next few days.

See Part One

See Part Two

See Part Three

See Part Four

See Part Five

See Part Six

Entrepreneurial Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurialism (Part Six)

In 1996, I wrote a paper for a class at USC.  The paper was called “Entrepreneurial Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurialism: The Mindset and Method of Progressive Philanthropy.”  It’s an interesting look at the thought at the time towards Social Entrepreneurship (in a time when even the terms were still being created!)

I no longer have a digital copy of the paper, but we’ve scanned the pages, and will be posting them here over the next few days.

See Part One

See Part Two

See Part Three

See Part Four

See Part Five

Come back tomorrow for the conclusion of the paper!

Entrepreneurial Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurialism (Part Five)

In 1996, I wrote a paper for a class at USC.  The paper was called “Entrepreneurial Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurialism: The Mindset and Method of Progressive Philanthropy.”  It’s an interesting look at the thought at the time towards Social Entrepreneurship (in a time when even the terms were still being created!)

I no longer have a digital copy of the paper, but we’ve scanned the pages, and will be posting them here over the next few days.

See Part One

See Part Two

See Part Three

See Part Four

In our next installment, we’ll turn our attention to “Social Entrepreneurialism.”

Entrepreneurial Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurialism (Part Four)

In 1996, I wrote a paper for a class at USC.  The paper was called “Entrepreneurial Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurialism: The Mindset and Method of Progressive Philanthropy.”  It’s an interesting look at the thought at the time towards Social Entrepreneurship (in a time when even the terms were still being created!)

I no longer have a digital copy of the paper, but we’ve scanned the pages, and will be posting them here over the next few days.

See Part One

See Part Two

See Part Three

Tomorrow, we’ll examine another in-depth example!

Entrepreneurial Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurialism (Part Three)

In 1996, I wrote a paper for a class at USC.  The paper was called “Entrepreneurial Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurialism: The Mindset and Method of Progressive Philanthropy.”  It’s an interesting look at the thought at the time towards Social Entrepreneurship (in a time when even the terms were still being created!)

I no longer have a digital copy of the paper, but we’ve scanned the pages, and will be posting them here over the next few days.

See Part One

See Part Two

Tomorrow, we’ll continue to look at inspiring examples.

Entrepreneurial Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurialism (Part Two)

In 1996, I wrote a paper for a class at USC.  The paper was called “Entrepreneurial Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurialism: The Mindset and Method of Progressive Philanthropy.”  It’s an interesting look at the thought at the time towards Social Entrepreneurship (in a time when even the terms were still being created!)

I no longer have a digital copy of the paper, but we’ve scanned the pages, and will be posting them here over the next few days.

See Part One

Come back tomorrow for more components of Entrepreneurial Philanthropy.