This second half of the reflection has been a bit delayed. You can read Part I here. The JetBlue "All You Can Jet" experience and the growing momentum of the Tipping Bucket adventure seem to have crammed a great deal of experience and exposure into the last 60 days. You've probably experienced something similar--like 6 months of interaction have been compressed into 1.
One of the themes that's emerged from the blur is this linguistic anomaly: I don't think I have ever heard someone say they want to "do" social entrepreneurship...or "work in" it...or "try" it.
The language of social entrepreneurship is fundamentally different. They want to BE.
Social entrepreneurship is about being part of something, something bigger than yourself, something lasting and meaningful. Social entrepreneurship is something that you give yourself to. Before long it takes over. And, next time you turn around, you are a social entrepreneur.