Becoming green-blooded is a long-term journey, not a 'check-the-box-and-we're-done' scenario
Baltimore, Md. (PRWEB) October 9, 2009
GOforChange.com, a leader in the small business "green" movement, has released a new special report to help business owners and entrepreneurs understand the significant benefits that come from adopting a green mindset versus simply implementing disconnected green programs, such as recycling or energy conservation.
In the report, Four Success Secrets of Becoming Green-Blooded, Julie Gabrielli, the Eco-Design Diva and founder of the web site GOforChange.com, explains that going green is a process which involves all aspects of a person: the head, the hands and the heart.
"Most web sites and guides on the subject of environmental responsibility and sustainability focus on behavioral aspects related to becoming eco-aware, such as recycling or using less fossil fuels," said Gabrielli. "Few, however, address the green mindset that needs to accompany those habits in order for them to truly affect change."
GOforChange.com's free report walks business owners through the key questions they need to ask themselves in order to fully embrace a green frame of mind. Specifically, it outlines the three things they must have in order to drive change through the green movement: a way to organize their thoughts and actions; a clear vision of where they are going; and the tools and support to get them there.
Replete with thought-provoking questions and helpful hands-on advice, Four Success Secrets of Becoming Green-Blooded, lays the foundation for a complete eco-transformation.
"Becoming green-blooded is a long-term journey, not a 'check-the-box-and-we're-done' scenario," said Gabrielli. "We need to live on the planet as if we intend to stay."
A copy of the report can be downloaded at: http://tinyurl.com/green-blooded
GOforChange.com is a leader in the small business "green" movement, dedicated to working with business owners and entrepreneurs who want to find simple, practical ways to increase their profitability, satisfaction and success by going green. Julie E. Gabrielli, founder and owner of GOforChange.com, is an award-winning architect who was instrumental in starting the sustainable design movement in Baltimore more than 10 years ago. She has worked with many clients across a variety of industries and professions to help them realize their dreams, from concept to construction.