One of the most rewarding things about getting to know so many entrepreneurs is seeing first-hand how many of them are focused on so much more than just financial results. So many of the folks we connect with are focused on having a positive social impact on their community or the world at large. Check out some of these amazing folks below.
Lacy Hodges | Online Business Coach & Strategist
My business serves the female communities around the world more specifically female entrepreneurs. As a business coach I show up every day with one goal… To support female entrepreneurs in building online businesses that allow them to create a life of FREEDOM, INDEPENDENCE, EMPOWERMENT, & CONFIDENCE! I believe that every single woman has the right to live a life they are dream of, desire & deserve. Building their own businesses will provide them with all of this and MORE! It’s time to step up and own the power we have as women to create a life & business of ULTIMATE FREEDOM. Read more>>
Jake Huebner | Chiropractor and Fitness Enthusiast
My wife Maddie and I started Wild Oak Supplements with the intention of making it something bigger than just another supplement brand. We wanted to make an impact on the world around us and help those who are in desperate need. Human Trafficking is becoming more and more prevalent each year and we want to aid in the destruction of this terrible issue. That is why we donate 10% of our net profits to the Tim Tebow Foundation in their mission to end human trafficking around the world. Read more>>
Ariana Kruz | Ayurvedic Wellness Coach + Medicine Maker
Social impact: How does your business help the community or the world? At the heart center of my work is the intention of helping my clients move towards swastha, which is a sanskrit word that could be defined as “being deeply rooted in oneself.” To me this is health, and it encompasses not just the physical body, but the mind and spirit as well. When one starts to shift into this state of swastha through diet and lifestyle practices, exercise, and emotional/spiritual work; they start to naturally emanate a frequency of love and healing. This frequency starts to ripple out into their community and to the Earth itself. Ian Somerhalder writes “The environment is in us, not outside us. The trees are our lungs, the rivers our bloodstream. We are all interconnected, and what you do to the environment, ultimately you do to yourself.” Ayurveda views the world through the lens of the five elements; ether, air, fire, water, and earth. The ancient seers understood that there is a deep connection between us and the natural world, and this is one of the most important ideas that I can impart upon my clients. Read more>>