Have you taken time to relax lately? Learn how to become a “Hammocker” with us as we talk this week with Joe Demin of Yellow Leaf Hammocks! The challenge has been posed as, “Do Good. Relax. ” and by purchasing one of their hammocks, you can do both! In part 2 of our interview with Joe he unveils some of his journey regarding the “B Corporation” certification for those of you curious about the process. We also discuss some of the major benefits of “Doing Good” globally and how partnerships with other companies such as ‘Made In A Free World’ can elevate you and your own business! Listen in below for some great tips and advice from an entrepreneur who is changing lives, one hammock at a time.
1. What is a social venture that we all should checkout?
2. What is your favorite online or offline resource/tool that all entrepreneurs should use?
3. One piece of advice you would give to an aspiring change agent?
? The one thing that differentiates a lot of successful companies comes down to execution. Focus on execution and follow-through with your sales and customers! Come up with a plan and execute it fully.
4. What is a caused based book we should all read?
? Banker To The Poor by Muhammad Yunus- It is a Must Read!
5. What is the first thing we can all do to start changing the word?
? Being nicer to people every day, stay loose and give a smile! Also, Buy a Hammock, it will change your own life because by relaxing, but it also improves the livelihood of a person to help an individual out of slavery and economic despair.
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