Craig Zelizer is the CEO and founder of the Peace and Collaborative Development Network (PCDN), a vibrant online hub for professionals, organizations and students in the fields of social change, peacebuilding, social entrepreneurship, and social development.
Craig is a college professor turned entrepreneur. He started PCDN as a hobby in 2007. It became such a popular online community for his field that he left his job to focus on the project full-time. In this episode he talked about how to build an online following, the different approaches you can take to generate revenue once you have built an online community, and how to prioritize tasks as an entrepreneur.
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“Prioritize and stay focused. For each task, ask if this will help your goals.”
– Craig Zelizer