Mission Inc

Author: Kevin Lynch
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
ISBN: 9781576756188
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Mission Inc from the Author: Kevin Lynch. Two social entrepreneurs draw on their own extensive experiences and those of20 other enterprise leaders to focus on the fundamental blocking and tacklingtactics that make the difference between success and failure.

Mission Inc Large Print 16pt

Author: Kevin Lynch and Julius Walls
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com
ISBN: 1458752720
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Mission Inc Large Print 16pt from the Author: Kevin Lynch and Julius Walls. Business has the power to change the world, but some businesses embrace that opportunity more aggressively than others do. Social enterprises put their change mission first - what they sell or what service they provide is a means to accomplishing a larger goal, rather than an end in itself. Their front-and-center commitment to doing good makes social enterprises immensely attractive. But if you want to run one successfully, you have to manage a tricky balancing act. How can you be as efficient as any of your for-profit or nonprofit competitors while at the same time staying true to your social purpose? In this groundbreaking guide, social entrepreneurs Kevin Lynch and Julius Walls draw on their own extensive experiences and those of twenty other social enterprise leaders to focus on the fundamental blocking and tackling tactics that make the difference between success and failure. Exploring the many paradoxes that can hamstring social enterprises, the authors explain how starting and running a social enterprise requires leaders to adopt an entirely different mindset and often a wholly different perspective on the day-to-day choices they're forced to make. Likewise, Walls and Lynch help readers grapple with a different set of expectations from employees, investors, customers, and the community. For social enterprise practitioners, these expectations present an added layer of difficulty - but they can also offer unique advantages, which the authors explain how to leverage. Whether readers are looking for guidance on finding and hiring talent, marketing, finances, or scaling, this practical, accessible guide offers clear and compelling answers that light the way.

Mission Guidelines

Author: Jesuit Missions, Inc. Board of Directors
Size: 61.88 MB
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Mission Guidelines from the Author: Jesuit Missions, Inc. Board of Directors.

Texas Citrus Fiesta

Author: Karen Gerhardt Fort
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439649308
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Texas Citrus Fiesta from the Author: Karen Gerhardt Fort. The Texas Citrus Fiesta has remained an exciting celebration since its beginnings in 1932. At that time, Mission civic leaders decided to promote the citrus industry through a festival featuring decorated streets and store windows, a parade, coronation of a king and queen, a court with ladies-in-waiting, a queen’s ball, exhibits for citrus growers, and a variety of contests and activities. Social leaders, working through their clubs, added a style show of costumes covered with fruit, vegetable, and flower pieces. Children marched in their own unique parade. The Golden Grapefruit Golf Tournament was added in 1934. Today, directors of the Texas Citrus Fiesta continue these traditional events and others added since 1932. The creativity inspired by the festival, the recognition of regional participants, and the experienced planning needed to accommodate thousands of residents and visitors combine to make Mission’s annual Texas Citrus Fiesta a premier event in the Lower Rio Grande Valley.

Perfect Pigs

Author: Edgar's Mission Inc
ISBN: 9780994290205
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Perfect Pigs from the Author: Edgar's Mission Inc. Coffee Table Photo Book of rescued pigs at Edgar's Mission Farm Sanctuary - www.edgarsmission.org.au

Profound Poets Poetas Profundos

Author: Caroline R. Savage and Shawn D. Savage
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781477283912
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Profound Poets Poetas Profundos from the Author: Caroline R. Savage and Shawn D. Savage. Profound Poets encourages individuals reading to remain cognizant that our children are not only the church of today but also of tomorrow. Children worship and praise the same God we do as our Lord is actively present in all our lives. Our children's hearts are also geared toward honoring Him. As parents, guardians, and family members, understanding that the Christian Discipleship process begins at home, we must empower and encourage our children, God's children, to seek our Lords face, connect with His heart and pursue His guidance. Children's ideas are very relevant and we must remind them that they can accomplish anything in Christ who strengthens them (Philippians 4:13). Luke 18:16 states, “But Jesus called the children to him and said, `Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these” (NIV). The Children of the Christian Mission of Panama are using the power of God's words to share spiritual knowledge expressing their love for God! This book encourages children to use their God-given gifts, talents and ideas to proclaim the Good News of the Gospel. As you read this book, invite the Lord into your heart. Ask Him to minister to you in a very special way. Consider the ways of the children...Can we benefit from their expertise and examples? Always remember, God can use a child to accomplish His will and purpose in your life. Jesus did... “These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Write them on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates” (Deuteronomy 6:6-9, NIV).


Author: Karen Gerhardt Fort
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738571485
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Mission from the Author: Karen Gerhardt Fort. Mission is named for the chapel built at La Lomita ("little hill") on a former Spanish land grant. During the 1850s, the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate began serving the ranches between Brownsville and Roma. La Lomita was a resting place midway through their 100-mile circuit. In 1908, developers John J. Conway and James W. Hoit bought land from the Oblate Fathers and established the town of Mission, just north of La Lomita. They advertised throughout the Midwest, and soon farmers arrived by rail, wagon, and automobile. Through the efforts of Nebraskan John H. Shary, the citrus industry flourished, and Mission became renowned for its grapefruit. Three-time presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan, Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry, baseball great Leo Najo, and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient JosAA(c) M. Lopez have all lived in Mission. Their tradition of leadership continues within the fields of medicine, education, military service, and ecotourism.

Man On A Mission Memoirs

Author: Darryl Mincey
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1496938402
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Man On A Mission Memoirs from the Author: Darryl Mincey. For People Who Need A Miracle or Desire To Experience The Power Of God .