9 episodi

We explore the lives, careers, and advocacies of people who want to create positive impact in the world.
Reese Fernandez-Ruiz (founder of Rags2Riches and Things That Matter) and Tom Graham (founder of MAD Travel and author of The Genius of the Poor) are joined by other social entrepreneurs to discuss the ins and outs of doing good.
If you’re someone who’s looking for inspiration, positive stories, and opportunities to pursue meaning and purpose, you’re In Good Company.

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We explore the lives, careers, and advocacies of people who want to create positive impact in the world.
Reese Fernandez-Ruiz (founder of Rags2Riches and Things That Matter) and Tom Graham (founder of MAD Travel and author of The Genius of the Poor) are joined by other social entrepreneurs to discuss the ins and outs of doing good.
If you’re someone who’s looking for inspiration, positive stories, and opportunities to pursue meaning and purpose, you’re In Good Company.

    5 Steps to Starting a Social Enterprise

    5 Steps to Starting a Social Enterprise

    We started In Good Company in hopes of inspiring people of all ages, backgrounds, and professions to do good. As our first season comes to a close, our hosts Reese and Tom leave you with their 5 top tips on starting a social enterprise.

    Thank you for your support throughout this season of In Good Company. We have many more episodes in store for you in the coming seasons. Should you want to share your story, please feel free to send us a message through Facebook. See you soon!

    • 9 min
    The Story Should be Secondary (Chris Torrance)

    The Story Should be Secondary (Chris Torrance)

    Chris Torrance’s academic mind gives him a bird’s eye view of business. His takes on business practices prove he’s a man out to do good and knows how to do it. Luckily, he takes this theories to the ground. With his company Ambension Silk Enterprise out to revitalize silk in the Philippines, it seems the bird has finally got the worm.

    On this episode of In Good Company, Chris tells us more about creating value, non-zero sum games, and why stories should be secondary.

    • 47 min
    How to Grow a Sari-Sari Store (Mark Ruiz)

    How to Grow a Sari-Sari Store (Mark Ruiz)

    When Mark Ruiz left his career in corporate, he told his colleagues he wasn’t burned out, wasn’t just taking a break, and still intended to use his business know-how in the future. True to his word, Mark now runs Hapinoy - a micro-enterprise development program that helps sari-sari store owners through training, microfinance, and technology.

    On this episode of In Good Company, Mark tells us about knowing your role in social development, working with multiple partners, and the role of profit.

    • 36 min
    5 Destinations That Might Change Your Life

    5 Destinations That Might Change Your Life

    What do a former slum area and an island paradise have in common?

    On this episode of In Good Company, Tom shares his list of places that changed his life. Whether or not they change yours is up to you.

    • 14 min
    The Poverty of the Environment is the Poverty of Its People (Raf Dionisio)

    The Poverty of the Environment is the Poverty of Its People (Raf Dionisio)

    Raf Dionisio’s job selling panty liners simply could not distract him from his longing for the outdoors. Thankfully he’s found a way to merge loving the environment and making a living - not just for himself, but for generations of Filipino indigenous people.

    On this episode of In Good Company, Raf links nature, people, business, and long-term sustainability.

    • 28 min
    From Champagne to Carabao’s Milk (Marie Cavosora)

    From Champagne to Carabao’s Milk (Marie Cavosora)

    Marie Cavosora lived the American Dream as an advertising maven in New York and San Francisco until reflecting on the true nature of her happiness. She then began her quest for meaning and purpose, ultimately finding herself working closely with carabao farmers back in her home country, the Philippines.

    On this episode of In Good Company, Marie takes us on her spirited journey from comfort and privilege to purpose and meaning.

    • 37 min

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