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Which should come first – building a business or pursuing a world-changing mission?

Before you answer, meet my friend Ocean Robbins. 

A lot of folks think business success has to happen first… but Ocean’s living proof you don’t have to put your mission on hold. 

You can start having an impact right now. Even if you’re at the beginning of your business journey.

Watch our conversation to discover how Ocean turned his mission of “healthy ethical sustainable food for all“ into not just a thriving business… but the biggest event the healthy food movement has ever seen.

To find out more about Ocean’s Food Revolution Summit (or to see any of the latest launch strategies he’s using), check out any of the following links: http://www.foodrevolutionsummit.org/

https://www.foodrevolutionsummit.org/plants

https://www.foodrevolutionsummit.org/heart

https://www.foodrevolutionsummit.org/cancer

https://www.foodrevolutionsummit.org/immunity

https://www.foodrevolutionsummit.org/brain

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5 Replies to “Turning Your Mission Into a Business”

  1. Hi Jeff, thanks for sharing this inspiring story. I really enjoyed it. I am still wishing that you had offered a recording of the Live workshop you recently had. As I had said, I’m 74 and have been teaching guitar for over 40 years and have a step by step beginner guitar course I would like to market online. By having a replay, I can sit here and watch at my convenience. Hope you will consider a replay in the future. It would really be great. Take care and I look forward to hearing from you.

  2. W. M. Raebeck

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    (I don’t see a comment link today, but this should work.)

    Thanks so much for having Ocean share his back story and point of view. As a natural health practitioner, I’ve been aware of
    him from the beginning of his non-profit, but it was sweet to hearing him discuss more about himself, his family, his perspective, his organization, and what they’re accomplishing. Great mission. Great interview. I didn’t know he was a PLF masterminder, but should’ve guessed! (I admit to getting a little confused by his affiliate program…..but I might look into it anyway because it’s so worthwhile.)

  3. TDiane Nguyen

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    Hi Jeff and Ocean !
    Thank You so much for your interview, it’s very inspiring and encouraging. I do want to be useful and help people. I’ll find a way by vegan coaching… I’m not sure if I can create a summit because it involves asking the help the speakers and my activism is not safe so I don’t see how I can ask the help of speakers.
    Kind regards,
    Diane

  4. I host an evergreen summit – do you relaunch every year and your existing content goes in to a members area? Fascinating and so dedicated – amazing mission. Thankyou!

  5. Wonderful post Jeff, with featured guest Ocean Robbins. Uplifting to hear from another advocate for getting Nutrition Courses in medical schools; thanks, and way to go Ocean! Admiral commitment: a passion for seeing other transformations from health practitioners to the people they serve- I am with you!

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