I want to change the world.
What once used to seem like a lofty goal is second nature to today’s generation. They know they can, they believe they can and so they do. Today’s guest is no exception and I’m delighted to share a conversation I had with Jen Morilla as we discuss how she developed the clarity and confidence to design her future. Jen shares how she took her vision for wanting to change the world and turned it into a thriving social entrepreneurship venture.
Jen is formally known as The Social Girl Traveler blog. Now the creator of #DoItForHumanity. Jen worked for a New York City Corporate agency when she decided that she wanted to impact the world. She left her cubical behind for flight miles! She calls herself an Impact Travel Blogger. For the past four years, she has been to 44 Countries, 6 Continents & impacted the lives of over 13,500 people in these countries dispensing clean water filters. She is not your average blogger, she is trying to make a difference in the world. She works with social, sustainable, and eco-conscious brands. Jen also works with other female entrepreneurs as a global online educator teaching others how to build a brand and business online to create the life they want. Her mission is to transform the lives of humankind to live lives of impact, purpose, and courage.
In This Episode We Discuss:
- How Jen discovered her passion for social entrepreneurship and how she turned her passion into a thriving business model
- How Jen developed and nurtures her creative confidence
- The role of self-awareness in developing the clarity to define and set goals
- Three questions to develop and nurture your self-awarness
- The difference between entrepreneurship and an entrepreneurial mindset
- The evolution of learning and how we can personalize our experiences
To Connect with Jen
Jen has so many valuable places you can connect and learn with her. You can visit her website to access her many different channels. I find her Instagram incredibly inspirational and filled with lots of actionable advice and strategies.
I believe that the future should be designed. Not left to chance.
Over the past decade, using design thinking practices I've helped schools and businesses create a culture of innovation where everyone is empowered to move from idea to impact, to address complex challenges and discover opportunities.