Issue #6, Dr. Alasdair Harris

Mesmerizing, inspiring and insightful are just a few words to begin describing this new edition.

The cover story with Skoll Foundation Social Entrepreneur Awardee, Dr. Alasdair Harris, founder of Blue Ventures, uncovers an inspiring story that explores how he put his business hat on and figured out how to fund and scale his incredible impact.

Also in this edition, Social entrepreneur, Dr. Gavin Armstrong, founder of Lucky Iron Fish, is addressing a 3.5 billion person challenge. We uncover what inspired him, how he got started, and outline key marketing lessons that will help you navigate the world of social entrepreneurship.

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Publisher’s Note

On a Mission

Jump out of your chair and start solving a world problem that strikes a nerve with you.

That’s what you’re going to feel like doing after you finish reading this edition of Change Creator magazine.

Around the globe we face many incredible challenges that are overwhelming and quite honestly might make us feel insignificant. So much to the point that we don’t believe any action we take could possibly help. But, that’s where you would be wrong. We all make an impact everyday through the choices we make and actions we take. Change comes in all sizes and it’s ok to start small. But first you must find your mission.

In this issue we show you how a guy that loved the ocean took his passion and is now changing lives at great scale while at the same time is protecting our precious ocean environment. It started when he was at a crossroad in his life and had to choose between a stable career or the pursuit of the unknown doing what he loved most, marine biology. Today he is founder of an award winning company, Blue Ventures.

His work is based on his passion and a mission. The “mission” based approach is incredibly important to take note of because, while money is important to sustain the business, it’s not the driving force or the big “why” behind the success. It’s when someone is doing what they were born to do. That’s the biggest motivator of all.

Look at the world around you. What problem do you want to solve? What will be your mission?

Make a difference through the living you make!

Be a Change Creator!

Adam