Pursuing Passion & Finding Fulfillment:
Sticking to Your Values Even as Things Fall Apart
Tuesday, January 11th9am PT/ 12pm ET
Serial entrepreneur Mason Arnold knows very well the importance of keeping his sights on a Higher Purpose. Facing disagreement with investors in his first company, Mason was eventually pushed out when they couldn't align on a central focus—ROI or stakeholder orientation. In the time that followed his ousting, Mason devised a plan to buy the company back (with his own credit card) and to refocus on the higher purpose he initially set forth for the business. In the end, Mason successfully reacquired his company and even launched another one that soon landed the #3 spot on the Inc. 5,000 list of fastest growing companies.
Join us for our next virtual gathering for more details on Mason’s inspiring journey, as well as his take on how sticking to a Higher Purpose and relying on your values as a guide through difficult times can open new doors and lead to both business and personal success.
Mason is a serial entrepreneur with fresh food, organics and sustainability always at the core. His current venture, Mostlygreen.life® is a media company working to make sustainability and environmental awareness more fun and approachable. Mason just left Cece’s® Veggie Co., a category-creating company making high-quality, fresh pasta out of vegetables. Cece’s® recently earned the #3 spot on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies in the country. Before Cece’s® he founded Greenling.com, the first and largest Local/Organic fresh food and grocery delivery service in Texas serving all major metros.
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