Episode 18: Staying motivated as a change Agent

Entrepreneurs are constantly re-inventing things and other entrepreneurs start businesses that solve complex social problems. The path in entrepreneurship is hardly ever linear – it is more of a zig-zag. Motivating yourself on this journey is one of your most important resource.

Zukiswa Mqolomba who is been effecting both social and economic change in places like the World Bank and the African Development Bank joined us on this episode to talk about how entrepreneurs dealing with complex problems can motivate them selves.

Our conversation covers everything from digging deep into your intrinsic motivation to developing skills that help you stay open to learning and growing as you deal with ever complex and evolving issues.

You may listen to our interview here:

http://ess4entrepreneurs.buzzsprout.com/1289792/7408321-episode-18-staying-motivated-as-a-change-agent?play=true

Published by Mmathebe Zvobwo

I am a finance professional and a qualified Chartered Accountant. I am experienced in funding startups and developing entrepreneurs. I am also an experienced Executive in finance and Enterprise and Supplier Development with a demonstrated history of working in the retail, financial services, and technology industries. I am skilled in Strategy development, innovation management, building business models using emerging technologies, Investment Analysis, Internal Audit, Analytical Skills, Management, and Financial Accounting. I am also a strong business development professional with a Master of Management focused in Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation.

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