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Business Rabbi

May 1 is the formal "launch" of my first book, The Clean Money Revolution.

That’s a long anticipated milestone!

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Nightwalking With My Bestie

Walking at night is one of my favorite activities for thinking things through, going deeper, and seeing the bigger picture. So many insights have happened for me while walking after dark.

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Ethical Investing for All

Is Ethical Investing for millionaires only?

If you have money that you want invested to align with your values and your ethical standards but you’re not a millionaire, are there options?

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Looking Back & Looking Forward

2016 was a bittersweet year.

The US election and other global political disasters portend grave repercussions for all I hold dear.

Climate, ecology, justice, modernity, freedom, and intelligence appear in backslide.

Has civilization peaked?

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Social Venture Institute at Hollyhock

SVI started as the idea of the retreat setting, nestled in nature, with a specialty in personal development and inner skills, combined with sincere and earnest business people wanting to contribute to a better world, was to offer high value skills, as well as personal networks for peer advising and sharing tips.

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Nashville Has Been Good To Me

I was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1954. Since 1996 my home has been in Vancouver, BC, Canada but from the late 1980's, Nashville, Tennessee has been my US base.

My father, Jay Solomon, served as Administrator during Jimmy Carter's presidential administration.  He died while living in Nashville during the mid 1980's. He'd hoped to run for statewide political office but his kidney failure and years on dialysis derailed that dream.

He left me with a meaningful, though relatively modest, inheritance of $3 million in real estate assets.

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