Outcome Zero is an eco-conscious company with a team playing their part trying to resolve the worlds current trash crisis.
Founders Bradley and Geneva Tayne both share a passion for the environment and the protection of all creatures that inhabit the Earth. This drove them to the conception and creation of Outcome Zero which they have been lovingly nurturing from seed to sprout.
On their journey they have adapted their lifestyle choices; switching to a vegan diet, practicing minimalism and of course living consciously.
Welcome to the family. We are elated that you found us here and are so happy that you wish to know a little bit more about us and our dreams for the future.
We are both extremely driven to help create a greater good and believe in kindness and compassion for others and the planet. We know we don’t stand alone in our ambitions and we have faith in humanity’s potential.
We hope that our mission at Outcome Zero inspires more people to join us.
What Inspires Me:
A general belief in man-kinds potential for a greater good, I wish to be a part of that good!
To create something meaningful in the world, that inspires people to work harder to bread positive change.
Grow awareness of the destruction and lack of empathy we have to each other and Mother Earth.
Spread love to every passing acquaintance and living being that walks our magnificent planet we call home.
” An eye for an eye makes the world go blind”
― Mohandas Gandhi
“Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.”
― Albert Einstein
What Inspires Me:
The notion of having contributed in some way to a world where there is complete harmony. So our children and generations after can cherish the beauty that so many of us are working hard to maintain and achieve.
To motivate others to live a more conscious life.
To play a part in some way to the protection and preservation of our planet and all the creatures we share it with.
To learn from and educate others. Encourage and obtain personal and spiritual growth.
“Do not be tense, just be ready, not thinking but not dreaming, not being set but being flexible. It is being ‘wholly’ and quietly alive, aware and alert, ready for whatever may come.”
— Bruce Lee