Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) June 19, 2014
As a conscious entrepreneur, one of the highest goals is often creating change through products and services that both transform customers and make a positive difference for society. Further, when an entrepreneur combines profit with their deepest passion, sense of purpose, and strengths, they create a synergy that attracts both prospects and opportunities like a magnet.
As a result of living in this synergistic flow and having a goal of creating positive change, author and business coach J V Crum III had the opportunity to meet Arianna Huffington at the California Women’s Conference, and is now a contributing author as a regular columnist for The Huffington Post; his new column will be dedicated to “conscious business and entrepreneurship.”
In his most recent article, Crum acknowledges that:
“The Huffington Post has become one of the largest and most empowering media platforms that exist, and from day one they took a path that allowed anyone, everyone to take part in a global conversation, a discussion around the news that is about more than the news – it’s about our lives, it’s about connecting with others, sharing information that matters to us and helping to shape the story of our own times.
Today, The Huffington Post is an outlet for thousands of contributing writers, from actors and musicians, to politicians, academic and thought leaders, founders and many of the most talented journalists we know. “
The author goes on to state:
“My promise to you is that I will be honest, sincere and transparent with this forum. My highest goal will be to provide the best quality, most informative and valuable information possible on the topics of conscious business and entrepreneurship.”
In establishing a column dedicated to a conscious approach to business, J V Crum III outlines what readers can expect, including his not being afraid of controversy. He has vowed to “…call out those individuals and organizations who do business in ways that harm or take advantage of others, degrade the human experience, or who diminish rather than increase the quality of life on our planet.”
Crum says the column will be a place to “find articles, strategies, and coaching insights about building a conscious business, which include how you can create high profits while also making a difference in your business and life.”
In his best-selling book, “Conscious Millionaire: Grow Your Business by Making a Difference,” Crum tells his story of how he turned his father’s fledging trucking business to profitability in his 20s. But even after he had achieved financial success, Crum didn’t feel fulfilled and turned his thinking to social consciousness, aligning his business focus and wealth creation to a larger life purpose. Crum later founded Conscious Millionaire Institute LLC, a global entrepreneur training, wealth product, and business coaching company that helps both start-ups and established entrepreneurs achieve their higher purpose and create higher profits.
In his best-selling book, “Conscious Millionaire” Crum discusses how entrepreneurial success isn’t about trial-and-error or happenstance. Instead, the most successful entrepreneurs who create wealth take “conscious focused action™” – that is, they make conscious business decisions based on ethics, integrity and a sincere desire to improve their community and the world. In doing so, they create a “Triple Win” business model where the entrepreneur, customers and society all winning together. Crum says current and potential customers respond to businesses that genuinely care about them, rather than only about profits.
For more information about J V Crum III and Conscious Millionaire.com, contact: Michael P Harrold – michael(at)consciousmillionaire(dot)com. 813-877-1700. To read J V Crum III’s column at The Huffington Post go to: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/j-v-crum-iii/.
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