This top list of yoga-practicing entrepreneurs looks back at some of the featured interviews on SocialBusiness.org to see who uses yoga as a way to reset to be creative and/or as a way to seek inspiration and continue pushing their social start-up to the next level.
One of the most popular interviews, one which hit the top twenty on Trend Hunter, is with Will Baxter, who founded I AM., a yoga bag company, so obviously the practice itself serves as a way for him to reboot. What is more, the very idea for the business model came from when he was doing a yoga teacher training course on Lago de Atitlan in Guatemala and one of his teachers game him 'Creating a World without Poverty' by social business pioneer Muhammad Yunus to read during his trip.
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