Most of the media often paints all businesses with a single stroke, but in our experience businesses are each unique and so many of them are focused on making the world a better place. We’ve highlighted a few such gems below.

Marla and Scott Berger | Founders and Guardians of the Tree of Life Movement and the Tree of Life Intention Stick

Marla and Scott Berger, owners of Addison Taylor Fine Jewelry in Scottsdale Arizona have been designing jewelry for three decades, but Marla says “it’s through their business all these years later that they have found their purpose.” It all started nine years ago with their 21st wedding anniversary, Scott says “an image of the Tree of Life was revealed to him,” so he designed a pendant for Marla with the front embossed with the Tree of Life and the names of their four children engraved on the back. Read more>>

Brian Gregory | CEO and Founder

4 out of 5 small businesses fail. That’s 80% of all businesses. They didn’t fail because the owners were dumb or because the product was a failure or because the government was against them. Read more>>

Gabby DelCorso | Owner of Deserted Thrifts

I started Deserted Thrifts because I wanted to help people make conscious consumer decisions when it comes to fashion/home products! I find it so hard to avoid the fast fashion industry and stay on trend all the time. My business is meant to encourage more people to shop secondhand because of its great effect on the earth(while also finding thoughtful pieces that are timeless!). Read more>>

Agnes Goodwine | Host of Level Up Tribes Podcast and Yoga Teacher

For the past thirty years, I have worked in the public sector where my career objective has always been to drive change with enthusiasm, empathy, and positive relationship building. I continually draw on these three objectives in everything I do in life. I am now super excited to add the same objectives and my own twist of spiritual mindfulness when developing topics for the Level Up Tribes podcast and my yoga classes. Read more>>