My Friend Andrew Alexander shares his journey to becoming vegan and discusses the challenges and opportunities he has encountered within the vegan community. He talks about the support he received from the community during the creation of his documentary, the importance of leveraging existing systems to make veganism more accessible and less socially conditioned, and the growing number of activists and influencers within the vegan community. Alexander believes that while there are challenges to growing the vegan movement, the potential rewards of creating a more compassionate and ethical world make it worthwhile. He encourages others to look for unique opportunities to make a difference within the community and stay focused on the long-term goal of creating a better world for all living beings.

Key Moments
00:00:00 Intro
00:05:00 finding a specialized skill set
00:10:00 Creating a Vegan World
00:15:00 identifying one’s strengths and weaknesses
00:20:00 benefits of a plant-based diet

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