Here’s How Social Missions Can Be As Inspiring As Space Missions

10 steps to building an audacious social mission.

Why It Matters

As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, Future of Good publisher and CEO Vinod Rajasekaran offers an aerospace take on crafting an inspiring social mission.

This past week was the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission — the very first spaceflight to land humans on the moon. There were all kinds of commemorative activities, from dinner parties that listened to restored Apollo 11 mission audio to media analysis of NASA’s mission to Mars. The search term “Apollo 11 space mission” was trending on Google. 

For us at Future of Good, July 20th marked more than just the day when humans first landed on the moon (which was an unbelievable feat) — July 20th marked the 50th anniversary of the modern definition of audacity, which the term “moonshot,” in many ways, has become synonymous with.

What was so audacious about this mission, you might ask? For one, it

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