Sound Advice’s catalysts to start up in 2007 (as “Irish Deaf Kids”), are outlined in an Australian-published book, #10KBoss: The Power of Everyday Entrepreneurialism.
This book reviews Caroline Carswell’s outlook as a mainstream-educated child with hearing-devices and outlines her road toward ensuring today’s deaf children have similar outcomes.
Sound Advice’s Startup Pain Points
#10KBoss & Social Entrepreneur Caroline Carswell (@soundadvice_pro) on freedom of choice. For more: https://t.co/9q6pT0kUQz #fearlesswriter pic.twitter.com/UHhoDTuNQz
— Fearless Writer & CO (@write_fearless) September 6, 2017
Naming The Authors
In September 2017, Notonos named the book’s three contributing authors. Two are from Australia, marketer Nic Henry Jones (@MarketMeMktg) and Andrew Constantine (CIO Cyber Security), with Caroline Carswell (Sound Advice) flying the social entrepreneur flag for Ireland. Tell us your thoughts on the book?
This #10KBoss story is still a work in progress. Watch our space!
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