Mommy, Where Does Social Change Come From?
Interested in someone who can describe how to change the world in less than 300 pages? Then meet David Bornstein. Bornstein writes about social innovation. He tells stories about people, in his words, "whose deep yearnings in their lives meets the world's deep needs." Bornstein met celebrated social entrepreneur and Nobel prize winner Muhammad Yunus as a young journalist and went on to write one of the most popular books on social innovation, How to Change the World: Social Entrepreneurs and the Power of New Ideas (which clocks in at 282 pages, in case you were wondering). In this short video interview on Global X, Bornstein talks about his predictions for 2017 and how a lot of social change "comes from people helping other people believe in themselves.”