The Entrepreneur's President, Waylon Lewis

"Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other one thing." - Abraham Lincoln

Success has not been a problem for Boulder native, Waylon Lewis, founder of Elephant Journal, host of Walk the Talk, buddhist, yoga enthusiast, cyclist, and a whole list of other prestigious accolades attached to his name. Waylon has lived within his own principles and that is reflected in all his endeavors, summed up in the Elephant Journal slogan: “dedicated to the mindful life.”

This "mindful" lifestyle is what Elephant Journal is all about. They report on all things sustainable, organic food & beverage options, balanced exercise, education, family and being a consumer that thinks about every purchase. With 17.7 million readers a month, odds are you’ve viewed an article or two. Walk the Talk is a more interactive extension of everything the magazine discusses with interviews, fun segments, and musicians all hosted by Waylon.

Every third monday of February, we celebrate President’s Day as a national holiday but rarely do we discuss the qualities of these businessmen that lead them to the presidency. Waylon Lewis is probably not running for president anytime soon but in looking at the past, there were 8 presidents in our United States history that came from an entrepreneurial background: both of the George Bush presidents, Jimmy Carter, Harry Truman, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Herbert Hoover, Warren G. Harding, and Abraham Lincoln.

Waylon’s entrepreneurial spirit and convictions should be an inspiration to any young business person.

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