Brands for a Better World: Better Actions with Gage Mitchell of Modern Species

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Feeling inspired by the new year and the recent episode on changing behaviors, this episode focuses on motivating actions that will lead to a better 2024 and world for all. Compounding small actions over time creates a significant impact, and this episode will challenge you to take that first step in helping create a better tomorrow. One thing a day, week, or month, it is totally up to you. In this episode, I offer listeners 54 ideas to help get started. From eating healthily to protecting your time, unpack ways to create a better you before creating a better world. Discover how supporting fair trade, fostering mental health in the workplace, engaging with local communities, and making eco-conscious choices can collectively shape a future we all want to be a part of. Taking better actions is not just a philosophy. It is a roadmap for meaningful change. To hear about the various actions individuals, brands, businesses, and communities can take to contribute to a better world, tune in now!

Key Points From This Episode:

Learn to eat better, dance freely, and master the art of self-kindness.

Championing sustainability and exposing greenwashing villains.

Transforming workplaces into happy spaces, donating profits, and setting impact goals.

Discover how small acts in your community can create a ripple of positive change.

Hear easy tips for recycling, sustainable transportation, and loving the Earth.

Insights into Gage’s playbook on future-proofing your life.

The secret sauce that makes Modern Species a beacon of change.

Final words of wisdom for building a better world. 

Read the transcript and find links from the episode at Brands for a Better World.

The Brands for a Better World podcast (formerly Evolve CPG) is hosted by Gage Mitchell, founder (CEO) and Creative Director at Modern Species, a sustainable brand design agency helping better-for-the-world brand launch, evolve, and grow to scale their impact.

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