This week, Unreasonable CEO Daniel Epstein is joined by Sam Goldman, founder and Chief Product Officer of d.Light. The company manufactures and distributes solar lighting and power products in Africa, China, South Asia and the United States. Sam estimates the company has impacted the lives of 65 million people. Goldman discusses why founders of social businesses often burnout and how he has avoided it. Their conversation was captured during the Unreasonable Impact program.
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Scott McElroy is the Director of Video Production at Unreasonable. He is passionate about creating media that inspires people to give a damn.
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