I was excited when Mike Winterfield came to my office to share his exit from the corporate world-to launch his new Seed Fund. As former COO of fast-growing, local software company, Traction on Demand, Mike is a leader in the BCorp movement, with an advanced community give back model.
2017 is now 2018.
“What can I do about it?" I ask myself a lot.
You probably do too.
One of the most interesting parts of my author journey has been meeting other authors and discovering their books.
Here are my current recommended titles - and authors! - writing on social change investing.
My friend Kristin Hull has written a provocative blog on an important topic. Self awareness is essential in understanding challenging realities.
There are many factors pushing this change forward. They are merging into the proverbial perfect storm for investors, financial advisors and wealth managers.
Mark Deutschmann is one of my oldest friends, I’ve written about our habit of “nightwalking” on my blog and I delved into our work together in The Clean Money Revolution. And his book, One Mile Radius, just came out.
A recent article in Visual Capitalist focuses on millenials driving the rise of sustainable investing. They place the wealth transfer coming to millenials over the coming decades at $30 trillion. This wealth will change the face of investing and thus, of the world.
8 billionaires now have as much wealth as the poorest 3.6 billion people.
Now, more than ever, my call for us to be billionaires of good deeds, billionaires of love, billionaires of meaning and purpose, is important.
Stock price volatility is natural in emerging sectors and with compelling brands. Tesla is a case in point.
One of the key tenets of The Clean Money revolution is “we are our money”. If we have more than we need for basics, we decide where to put it.
The power of finance to advance social change.