How to harness entrepreneurship for powerful and positive social change

Posted by: Jeremy Jones

January 14, 2020

Episode 162: Interview with Warren Coughlin

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Warren Coughlin:

Warren Coughlin is a business coach, consultant, trainer and facilitator. He works with ethical entrepreneurs and mission-driven organizations to help them build Businesses That Matter. As a business coach, he was the top-performing business coach in Canada with the world’s largest business coaching organization for 6 years. He then headed out on his own to focus on helping business owners who want to make money while making the world a better place. He’s also a serial entrepreneur, a former college professor, an actor and theatre director. Over the years, Warren has served on the boards of a number of organizations including Neighbourhood Information Post, Fringe of Toronto Theatre Festival, Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals, Street Kids International and The Funding Network.

3 big ideas discussed in this episode:

  • Why entrepreneurship is one of the most powerful forces for positive social change.
  • When you run your business according to values, a number of great things happen.
  • Millennials are expecting more from their employers in terms of social impact.

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Jeremy C. Jones, a proud military veteran, is also a family man and entrepreneur who lives in Paradise Valley, Arizona. His accomplishments include being a four-time #1 Best-Selling Author on Amazon, hosting the popular podcast “Ideas That Make an Impact,” establishing The Book District, and founding and serving as CEO at Jones Media Publishing.

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    Entrepreneurship should also be backed by some sort of government support because there are many ventures which get fail just because they could not perform well.

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    • Jeremy Jones

      Entrepreneurs definitely don’t want to depend on the government for their growth. If the business does not perform, they should adjust their product to market match, not seek gov’t support, IMO.

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