“Wow, you lit up the stage and delivered fantastic value to our audience on Social Entrepreneurship. In fact, I received several compliments from notable audience members on how much they enjoyed your presentation. You were superb and you definitely have a fan in us!”
The Social Entrepreneurship Summit hosted at Southwestern University (SU) provided the students and faculty with the opportunity to be addressed by international entrepreneurs that are making a social impact in communities around the globe. Bati successfully engaged and supported SU’s commitment to fostering a liberal arts community whose values and actions encourage contributions toward the well-being of humanity.
Furthermore, Bati shared real world examples of how to use his techniques to develop, fund and implement solutions to social, cultural and environmental issues. His concepts may be applied to a variety of organizations with different sizes, aims and beliefs.
THE BATI CREDO
Principles are timeless. They govern our lives and control the consequences of our actions. Principles are universal. They are natural laws that are self-validating. They are realities found at the nucleus of our actions.
The popular social language is often “we control our own destiny” when in fact we are not in control; universal principles control. If we accept that and follow the principles; then in that sense we are in control.
Responsible citizens strive to understand the principles which underlie their actions. Because situations may change, and certain actions may no longer apply, but the principles will remain constant.