#10: Jack Sim on Honest Conversations with Yourself

My guest today is Jack Sim, a straight-talking Singapore-based change agent who defies conventional labels.  Having made his millions early on through a more conventional entrepreneurial career, he then turned his attention at the age of 40 to maximising his social impact. Over the past 21 years, he has become an evangelist for sanitation through founding the World Toilet Organisation, as well as supporting social investment and innovation through his creation of the World Trade Center for the Poor in Singapore.

I met up with Jack at a major global conference on economic empowerment for the world’s poor in Delhi, India. Apologies for the inferior sound quality due to recording on location. Please persevere, it’s well worth it for the insights and inspiration from an extraordinary character…

Find out more about Jack at http://worldtoilet.org/founder/

Tony Cooke

Tony Cooke is an internationally-recognised sustainability leader with over 25 years spent at the nexus of sustainability, innovation and entrepreneurship, developing and executing strategies for business, governments and not-for-profit organisations across a wide variety of sectors. He now manages a portfolio of interests including; senior corporate counsel, executive coaching, non-executive roles and thought leadership through a combination of research, writing and podcasting. Visit my personal blog at http://tonycooke.wordpress.com

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