Grant Kendzior and Cary Jack

Using the Power of Business to Restore Global Harmony — with Ecopreneurs & Conscious Consumers Grant Kendzior and Cary Jack

Episode 36

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Ron Kamen

Ron Kamen has decades of expertise & leadership in catalyzing exponential change in sustainable energy adoption with communities, governments, non-profits, and businesses.

Quantum Quote: “If we want to change the world and implement clean energy everywhere, we have to make it capitalistic friendly. You make money, make a difference, and focus on that triple bottom line — the people, the planet and the profits.”

Are you a purpose-driven leader who wants to make a positive impact on the environment? 

Do you want to achieve your breakthrough, make an appeal to the growing number of conscious consumers, and create a sustainable company?

If you are looking for the opportunity to create sustainable businesses and enterprises using frameworks,  tools, and the resources of mentorship, this episode is for you.

Grant Kendzior is a businessman, impact investor, philanthropist, avid outdoorsman, and all-around grateful guy. Grant has led projects around the world using innovation and sustainability, balanced with empathy and strategy, to solve ecological problems through entrepreneurship. Grant thrives when he can be a bridge between worlds, working hand-in-hand with folks in rural indigenous villages or speaking to audiences of all sizes and backgrounds – from students in schools and universities to speaking at the United Nations in both Switzerland and NYC. 

Cary Jack is a lifestyle entrepreneur, author, podcast host, professional actor/model, biohacker, and eco-warrior striving to make a positive impact on this planet.

In this episode, Grant and Cary share how they are striving to create more harmony in the world and use business as a force for good. They talk about what they do with their three companies, fighting the plastic pollution epidemic and their consulting projects with major corporations helping position companies as the ECO-LEADERS in their industry.

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SuperNova #1. “This pandemic has shown everyone how interconnected we all are, and how we really need to work together in every regard, especially to fight for our existence and overcome climate change. Clean energy is a great way to start moving in that direction.”

SuperNova #2. “Private interest and corporate greed – this is why things aren’t changing, why you see big oil, big tobacco and factory farming still reigning supreme, It all comes down to money and private interest.”

SuperNova #3. “What’s working is people voting with their dollars. Conscious consumers taking the power that they possess in their pocket, and putting it into companies that are doing good in the world.”

Worst Clean Energy Moment – “We were hustling but not happy. We were grinding six months straight working 100 plus hour weeks to launch a tech startup, which was a very solid idea. We had interest from IBM, Microsoft and a bunch of other venture capitalists. We were soliciting a seven figure funding deal, got all the way to the money, and actually earned the contract for the seven figure funding deal. But we were just so burnt out, and we weren’t happy. So we walked away. That was actually a catalyst and a turning point in both of our lives.”

Ah-Ha:  The Happy Hustle was born when we realized that we wanted to work with passion,  purpose and positive impact while being happy within the hustle – so we created a whole proprietary framework around how to do so.

Best Advice ever received: You’re limitless. Everything in moderation. 

Internet ResourcesThe Happy Hustle,

Book Recommendation: Manifesto for a Moral Revolution by Jacqueline Novogratz, The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

Magic Wand – Empathy and accountability.

One thing that Energizes today – This podcast and seeing people taking a stand and putting out good content. Pachamama – the Earth Mother

WTF or F  –  Fudge: Hurricanes, wildfires    Fun: Skiing in Nevada

Parting Advice – “The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it” (Robert Swan). We all need to be action oriented and do something to make a difference. 

Balance equals happiness. Find balance both in your personal life and your professional life and you will just flourish with fulfillment.

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