My action-while-planning approach to the pre-launch continues to be incredibly worthwhile. I’m confident the connections I’m making with like-minded, mission-driven individuals will strengthen the Time Well Spent business model. And, it’s just great meeting such amazing people, including the following 5 women:
Teleconferenced with Anne Wunderli, Pine Street Inn and Social Enterprise Alliance Board Member, and other members of the organizing committee about the SEA Mass. Chapter Launch Event we have planned for the newly-organized chapter that I am honored to be involved with. The event is scheduled for the evening of March 2nd at Microsoft’s New England Research & Development Center in Cambridge, overlooking the Charles River and the Boston Skyline.
Attended Social Changeup 2 at the Middlesex Lounge in Cambridge ~ a Twitter-driven meetup for social changemakers in greater Boston, organized by Jeanne Dasaro and Lex Schroeder, founders of The New Prosperity Initiative, a fabulous, young, new media organization on the rise,using the latest in media to highlight organizations and events that help turn poverty into prosperity.
Provided feedback on Siiri Morley’s business plan over a cup of organic tea at Clear Conscious Cafe in Cambridge. Siiri’s another social entrepreneur also working hard, along with her business partners, to get her concept launched ~ Prosperity Candle!
Started working with Attorney Jessica Manganello of New Leaf Legal, LLC on my trademark requirements, with plans to research whether an exciting new legal business structure, the L3C, might be the best fit for Time Well Spent.