In this episode I met with Allan Whatmore, the founder of a sustainable goods online store in Australia, and new first-time father. We dove deep into the simplicity and responsibility of our actions in everyday life and how we can live better lives that impact the world positively.
Everything Allan does is with intent, purpose and kindness. He lives and breathes the truism that we are always evolving and it’s our responsibility to pass that onto the next generation.
Here’s a summary of what we discussed:
07:50 - Allan’s background and the start of Banjula
10:53 - the different types of brands they sell
15:51 - understanding our impact on others
24:44 - the value of getting the feedback
37:50 - how businesses can become more sustainable
46:00 - how education plays a role
49:07 - the need for businesses to become community minded
and much more…
Here’s some information about our guest:
Founder of Banyula.io - Australia's Online Marketplace for Sustainable Goods
• Learning a new set of skills
• Solving problems that create measurable positive and social impact
• Facilitating and participating in constructive and thought driven conversations
• Connecting and building meaningful and sustainable relationships
• Doing something that benefits the next generation and being able to share that with my family and friends.
What Are You Famous For?
Being open to feedback and discussion around new ideas on how to be better for my customers/ team.
Something Interesting About You
Newborn father of our 7 week old daughter Evie Rose Whatmore.
Here’s some information about my co-host:
Founder & CEO, the Doctor of Self Worth
Check out our previous episode here.
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