When I started blogging in October, I did it for my own pleasure. I saw it as an absorbing way to think out loud about classical music, flex my writing muscles, and pass on information that isn’t exactly newsworthy, but worth something. I really like doing it, and hope you like reading it.
Even though I set out to write for myself, I’ve become increasingly fascinated by the number of readers drawn to each post. I can see this number, which most can’t, and you might be surprised by what’s attracted the most attention.
A Social Entrepreneur is one that is interested in solving a complex social or economic issue by taking the risk to find a solution. Rochester was once noted for its innovative and entrepreneurial spirit. The past growth in our community was fueled by giants who’s innovations provided us all with a rich legacy of wealth and prosperity. Their ideas transformed Rochester into a city noted for its economic growth, civic leadership and cultural reform.