Social innovation is a fast-paced game. An idea can easily become redundant or irrelevant if not executed quickly and extraordinarily well.
In this ever-shifting landscape, opportunities for everything from workshops to training, grants to loans, and networking events to outright competitions, simply abound. So how does one choose with which opportunities to engage? Once the wheels get rolling, how do you separate real traction from the noise? I’ve been asking myself these questions a lot lately while struggling with how to balance evolving opportunities alongside JustAccess’ ultimate vision of increasing access to justice and civic engagement through crowdfunding.