Today’s guest is Mark Krassner who is the founder and CEO of Expectful (www.expectful.com) and a social entrepreneur on a mission to transform human consciousness.
In this interview we continue our series on mission-driven entrepreneurship and we dig into the topic from the perspective of a successful entrepreneur running a venture backed startup on a mission to stop trauma before it begins.
Mark and I explore what it means to be a social entrepreneur, his definition of fulfillment, the power of the mind-baby connection and much more.
Check out Mark at https://twitter.com/markkrassner
Check out Expectful at http://www.expectful.com
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0:10 Mark introduces himself and what he does.
3:37 Mark talks about the mind baby connection.
9:10 What is happening with Mark’s venture?
11:28 Does mark have any statistics for us?
12:11 What’s the best way to find Mark on the app store?
13:33 What is fulfilment for you?
17:00 How do you think about social impact companies?
20:04 Do you call yourself a social entrepreneur?
21:08 What’s the future you are creating?
23:26 What advice would you give to other entrepreneurs?
26:30 Where can we learn more about Mark?
Book mentioned: Alex Banayan – The Third Door: The Wild Quest to Uncover How the World’s Most Successful People Launched Their Careers
Mark Krassner is the founder and CEO of Expectful, an app that makes it easy for hopeful, pregnant and new moms to meditate. Since its founding in 2016, Expectful has partnered with several universities to conduct research on the relationship between a mother’s mind and her baby’s health.
Before Expectful, Mark co-founded Food for Thought Philippines, a not-for-profit that provides 80,000 lunches to underserved elementary school children each year. He currently sits on the board of Kindness.org – a research based not-for profit that promotes kindness as a daily habit.