We Can Do This is a podcast that connects people looking to create meaningful change with the tools, skills, and community they need to stay the course and make an impact. It's hosted by founder Sean Pritzkau, and brings together social entrepreneurs and experts on topics such as marketing, branding, no-code, and more.
A QUICK UPDATE – December 29, 2023
Hey, it's Sean with a quick update! I'm sharing a bit about where I've been and what's coming up. Listen in for this brief catch-up and learn how you can help shape the show in 2024.
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Leading Healthy High Impact Teams with Molly Grisham
You've likely heard the quote “if you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, go together”. While I don't necessarily believe you must sacrifice speed when part of a team, it is true that we can accomplish much when working in camaraderie with one another.
Entrepreneurs know that to scale their work they will most likely need to build a team, but building a healthy team is easier said than done. I'm excited to share todays episode with Molly Grisham, an experiential facilitator who works with teams to help them grow and become the best version of themselves.
She knows that elite high-performing teams in all industries get stretched and stressed by the demand to perform. She is passionate about helping teams to rediscover their strengths and restore their relationships, so they can rebuild their teams.
Unlocking Your Brain for Empathy and Impact with Dr. Eugene Choi
Empathy is essential to creating impact. But did you know that when your body finds itself in a life-threatening situation (or your mind thinks it is), then you are incapable of feeling empathetic?
Research has shown for about 70% of our adult lives, our brain is in a survival state, which is preventing us from accessing our highest levels of creativity, innovation, and performance.
Dr. Eugene K. Choi is a clinical pharmacist turned Certified Transformational Mindset coach that helps talented heart-driven leaders operate at their highest levels of clarity, energy and focus. His articles have reached over 9 million people and he has helped hundreds of leaders and heart driven entrepreneurs significantly transform their results at both a professional and personal level.
Using neuroscience combined with specific technologies we now have access to, Dr. Eugene trains leading entrepreneurs to consistently unlock those exponential results both at a business and personal level.
Designing a Theory of Change with Neil Malhotra
What are distinct differences between a social venture and a traditional for-profit business? This week on the podcast, we're joined by Neil Malhotra to discuss what is a theory of change, and how it is an essential component to communicating your mission and measuring its effectiveness.
Neil Malhotra is a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he directs The Center for Social Innovation. He is the author of the recently released Frontiers in Social Innovation: The Essential Handbook for Creating, Deploying, and Sustaining Creative Solutions to Systemic Problems.
This book is a compilation of chapters from some of the smartest thinkers in social innovation. It serves as a handbook for anyone who is looking to understand the key components of social innovation and what are the themes that someone should be thinking about and considering, and studying as it comes to engaging in business in a way that makes an impact on people and the planet.
Co-creating Solutions for Change with Joseph Kwesiga and Shola Olabode-Dada
When approaching a problem, it's tempting to quickly approve the first or most obvious solution that comes to mind. But what if we implemented an approach to problem-solving that considered all of possible opportunities and evaluated them with data in mind?
On this weeks episode, we talk with Joseph Kwesiga and Shola Olabode-Dada from YLabs – a diverse team of physicians, designers, economists, developers, public health professionals, educators who are focused on implementing youth driven solutions to some of the largest problems that are facing young people's health and economic opportunity all around the world.
Joe and Shola talk about how they use human centered design—an empathetic approach to problem solving—to design and implement programs in partnership with youth that come as close as possible to the outcomes they are looking to achieve.
Establishing a Daily Creative Habit with Mike Brennan
Building is hard. Goals are hard. Developing your skillset is hard.
But what if you challenged yourself to do something relevant to your goals, even something small, every single day?
That's what our guest this week set out to do. He challenged himself to create and publish art daily – and that decision led him down a journey of publishing every day for over 10 years.
Mike talks about his daily creative habit, how creating daily was supportive for his mental health, and how anyone can implement habits that move them forward in their personal and professional lives and ultimately towards greater impact and fulfillment.
Unique Angle on Social Entrepreneurship
The We Can Do This podcast offers a great perspective on the purpose-driven business movement. Sean is a great host, curating a unique feed of guests who have found extremely resourceful and modern ways to get their impact projects/businesses off the ground. Awesome resource for active/aspiring social entrepreneurs.
Love this podcast!
It was great to share the work that I do - and how the no code tools help me spend less time using tech!
Sean was an excellent interviewer - conversation was easy and enjoyable. I was so happy with the final product.
This is a great podcast with much information shared and very easy to listen too.
Sean is refreshing
I love listening to Sean’s podcast. In every episode he’s refreshingly real and genuine which I really appreciate these days. They’re actionable too - I always have a bunch of notes written down after listening to his episodes (with and without guests). Thanks for all the hard work you put into this, Sean!