EPISODE 042 - WORKING WITH THE SPIRIT OF KAKAO
The transformational energy of Kakao
In this episode we interview Makenzie Marzluff and talk about Kakao ceremonial drinking chocolate. We dive into what a Cacao Ceremony looks like and how to embody conscious entrepreneurship.
What is Ceremonial grade cacao?
The origins of Kakao
How to hold a cacao ceremony at home
Makenzie's design as a Manifestor
Where to start in the journey of finding your purpose
Surrendering to your Sacred Calling
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Makenzie Marzluff - Kakao - Delighted By Desserts
Makenzie Marzluff is the Founder of DELIGHTED BY Desserts, as well as her 501c3 non-profit KAKAO Ceremonial Drinking Chocolate
http://www.flykakao.com. Makenzie's dream is to see all businesses operated 100% from the heart. She merges spirituality with grounded leadership and is interested in leaving a legacy of love on this planet for future generations.
Makenzie went from starting her companies on credit cards in 2015 and living in a van, to running a multi-million dollar business within 2 years. DELIGHTED BY was coined the fasting growing hummus company in America and has been featured in hundreds of media outlets including ABC'S Shark Tank, LIVE With Kelly, Cosmopolitan & Women's Health. Makenzie now leads her virtual team of 10 in a completely unconventional way. You can find DELIGHTED BY's products in 5000 grocery stores across the country, and KAKAO’s products online through on-shore distribution centers in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and all of Europe.
Through her present work as CEO of her growing companies, Delighted By and KAKAO, Makenzie is redefining what ‘conscious enterprise’ means, for in her opinion it is much more than a triple bottom line. Makenzie’s vision is to see new foundations of business all across the globe that are rooted in love, as opposed to fear. Her book, How To Lead A Badass Business From Your Heart, is expected to debut in early 2021.
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