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Getting Help and Resources to Solve Social Problems

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It is very difficult to launch an idea, business or organization without real help. Whether it is in the form of finances, materials, workers or even advice most new Social Innovation ventures require something more than what is readily available. However, one of the greatest challenges involves being able to get the help that is needed. One of the greatest barriers to getting the help that is needed includes a lack of clarity with descibing the primary problem being addressed. Another barrier is the posturing for who should be responsible or given credit for what is being accomplished. In recent political issues the nation has witnessed what can happen when different parties are unable to find ways to work together in order to solve problems. As the various leaders hold on to their positions, those who need real help are made to suffer. There must be ways that even opposing sides can find workable solutions to benefit of those who need it. This program will explore how different participants can move beyond barriers in order to solve critical social problems. FREE SAMPLE ONLINE INSTRUCTION "Developing a Problem Statement" http://mygrantwritingsecrets.com/grantwritingworkshops/elearning.html This series of programs are designed to offer tangible solutions to the critical issues that are challenging the quality of life in various populations. Each segment will begin with a clearly stated problem, along statistics about the problem before inviting participants to help develop workable solutions. We invite forward thinkers, entrepreneurs and solutions oriented talkers to engage in meaningful problem solving. FREE SAMPLE ONLINE INSTRUCTION "Developing a Problem Statement" http://mygrantwritingsecrets.com/grantwritingworkshops/elearning.html

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