How Will We Reach the 'Tipping Point' in a New Movement for Older Americans?
At the beginning of every nonprofit movement – whether it succeeds or fails – the founders probably feel like Odysseus. No matter how much momentum you start with, and how many battles you win in creating an idea and whipping up enthusiasm for it, actually…
Author: The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Get a job? No, make a job
http://www.usatoday.com/news/opinion/editorials/2007-02-05-oplede_x.htm Michael Simmons, 25, always liked the idea of working for himself. At age 16, he started a Web development company that blossomed as dot-coms proliferated. But then the bubble burst, and many of his clients imploded. Faced with new challenges, Simmons decided he had…
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