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John Locke Goss
John was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, 7/28/1954 . John currently makes his home in Lancaster Pa.

John spent 30 years in Vermont as an entrepreneur and family man and has been studying and living alternative diet/health/lifestyle choices for 40 years.

John has founded and run several businesses. His current projects include: John Goss -Health (, where he coaches individuals and groups to find and retain healthy lifestyles. He is also Chief Operating Officer of Gimme the Good Stuff, (, where they review products for toxicity and safety.

He holds a B.A. from Johnson State in Vermont and is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, Certified by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, NY, NY.

In his practice, John works with other health practitioners, from family doctors to yoga instructors to help clients attain best outcomes.

John blogs for his own and other websites and has written articles on the subject of healthy lifestyle for a variety of publications. He is writing his first book and expects to have it ready for submission in 2014.

John has two children and three grandsons (so far). His hobbies include surfing, playing guitar, science, research, health, business, writing, marketing, his grandkids, yoga, hiking, gardening, painting and a whole lot more.

Entries by John Locke Goss

Judy Wicks Threatens to Give Business a Good Name

(1) Comments | Posted January 6, 2014 | 5:46 PM

I was recently invited into the cozy Philadelphia row home of one of the great entrepreneurial minds and hearts of my generation. By almost any measure, Judy Wicks could be perceived as a progressive, aging (sorry Judy) hippie, clinging to her 60s values, bent on saving the world from the...

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The Third Metric and the Wisdom of the Hippies

(4) Comments | Posted December 3, 2013 | 1:23 PM

There is a growing hum around Arianna Huffington's initiative, "The Third Metric: Redefining Success Beyond Money and Power." Good for Arianna for reintroducing our profits-blinded world to this critical age-old philosophy. Media interest in the subject has gone missing for several decades, and it's about time we were reintroduced to...

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