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Weaving a Warm Legacy
How one family started an alpaca farm as a hobby and turned it into a business that warms the hearts (and feet) of their community. Business Featured: Sylvan Alpacas Written By: Paula Del Giudice
A Sip of Solidarity
The coffee shop that is challenging norms of the service industry by doing away with tips and paying its employees annual salaries of $50k. Business Featured: Amethyst Coffee Co Written By: Hannah Olsen
Good Instinct at Work
Learn how the art of doing good will replace the science of marketing. Why you should focus on making your customers, employees, and community happier instead of the latest and greatest advertising technology. Written By: Jay Picard
Community-Building in Color
How an artist is bringing people closer through collaborative paintings. A therapeutic team-building activity that companies and non-profits are using to strengthen company culture. Business Featured: Collaboration on Canvas Written By: Brianne Wragg
Indigenous Comics
See the new Marvel Heroes that are battling the underrepresentation of Native Americans in comic books.
Designing Joy
How our graphic designer earned publicity and grew her business by using her talents to design thoughtful cards and cheer people up during COVID-19. Business Featured: Castano Design Written By: Paula Del Giudice
From Craving to Path Paving
Meet the twin sisters who went from being unemployed to running a booming crab delivery service in less than a year. Business Featured: R&L Crab Co Written By: Felipe Ortiz
The Young Cemeterian
Learn from a young entrepreneur who started a beloved business cleaning headstones in his community. Business Featured: Navene Cleans Headstones Written By: Carrie Sutherland
Compassion in Tow
Hear from the man who started a tow-truck company from nothing and became a local legend in less than a decade. This is the inspiring story of an extraordinarily generous tow-truck company. Business Featured: W&W Towing Written By: Alex Mortenson
Urban Trees
Why keeping one mature street tree is far better for humans and nature than planting lots of new ones.
Run The Land
The social movement that is empowering Native American women to start running. Business Featured: Native Women Running Written By: Joseph Perez of Cronkite News

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There is no greater high than doing something thoughtful and asking for nothing in return.


If you are interested in business and believe in this ^ sentiment, you've come to the right place! Our magazine is for Old Soul Entrepreneurs; people who find deep satisfaction in making life a little better for their customers, employees, and communities.


The world of business focuses too much on the personal gains of entrepreneurship: money and independence. Sure, those things are nice, but we believe that the real reward of business is making someone’s day. There are a gazillion ways to do that, and we can show you how.


Our theory is this: doing good never fails. Because no matter what, you’ve helped someone, and you will feel all warm inside. And more often than not, when you do good, that good comes back to you.


Whether you are searching for a new, creative business idea or you’ve been open for decades, we may just have what you need to turn:

  • Customers into Fans
  • Employees into Friends
  • You into an admired entrepreneur who can’t wait to wake up every day and get to work

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Publisher: Thoughtful Business Magazine
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Language: English
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