Cultural entrepreneurs wanted to increase their impact and revenue. However, they tended to encounter three common challenges:
- Cultural Entrepreneurs had trouble “leveling up,” and needed help understanding and employing next level strategies to reach a broader audience.
- Cultural Entrepreneurs had success inspiring individuals to shift the attitudes and beliefs that perpetuate social problems. However, they didn’t always know how to translate these shift into concrete change on a larger scale.
- Cultural Entrepreneurs wanted a warm community of people with their unique skill-sets and level of dedication. They learned to be discerning of the people they brought on their teams, wanting to collaborate with people that were fun, creative and reliable.