In this episode I interview Victoria Moran from Main Street Vegan Academy.
Victoria is a hugely successful writer who’s been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show – twice – as well as in other high-profile media including Good Morning America and The Washington Post.
She’s been vegan for 31 years and her college thesis was the first work on vegan philosophy and practice to be put out by a major publisher, back in 1985.
Victoria is the bestselling author of 12 books, covering areas such as spirituality, compassion and plant-based eating and living. They include Creating a Charmed Life, The Love-Powered Diet, Main Street Vegan and the most recent The Good Karma Diet.
A renowned and popular inspirational speaker, certified holistic health counselor and graduate of the T. Colin Campbell Foundation/eCornell program in plant-based nutrition, nearly four years ago Victoria launched the Main Street Vegan Academy to train and certify vegan lifestyle coaches. The six-day program is held four times a year in New York City where Victoria has lived for many years.
She’s also the host of the Main Street Vegan weekly radio show and podcast.
In this interview Victoria talks about:
• The mindset shift needed, particularly for creatives and activists, to launch and run a business and become comfortable with being a business owner
• How being open to diversifying your offerings can bring a multitude of opportunities to grow your business
• Why the Buddhist concept of ‘Beginner’s Mind’ is essential for vegan business owners and entrepreneurs to embrace
• And much more
Brands mentioned in vegan business news roundup:
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