Reyn Aubrey: @ReynAubrey | PocketChange | email@example.com
00:16 – Welcome to “For Good or For Awesome?” …we mean, “Greater Than Code!”
01:18 – Reyn Aubrey’s Background, Origin Story, and Superpower!
06:04 – Culture of a Company and Tolerance
08:12 – Becoming an Entrepreneur at 19-years-old and PocketChange
10:40 – Charity Evaluation Criteria; “Wicked Problems”
14:33 – Habitizing Donation
16:22 – Analyzing and Collecting Charity Data
19:02 – How PocketChange is Structured
20:34 – The Ideation of “Technology For the Greater Good”
24:28 – Reyn’s Path Into Business and Entrepreneurship
28:33 – Good Business Beliefs, Virtues, and Values
34:00 – Bringing Anarchist Organizing Principles Into Business
37:23 – Advice For Others Interested in Social Entrepreneurship
42:00 – Launching PocketChange and Reserve Your Launch Day Invite
44:51 – Gathering and Raising Venture Capital
47:35 – Advice For Others Interested in Social Entrepreneurship (Cont’d)
Rein: Check out Stafford Beer.
Coraline: A culture being defined by the least of something you’ll tolerate and entrepreneurs should solve for “Wicked Problems” — not pain points.
Jamey: All charities are not created equal.
Reyn: A value that isn’t acted on is at best an inspiration and at worst a pretense. Also, non-dominance based work relationships.
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