I’m reading Charles Eisenstein’s book, Sacred Economics. I’m including his great video on this post, which presents his ideas. In his book, Eisenstein suggests that we humans are born with deep gratitude because life itself is a gift. He has a point, and I’d like to try applying it to [...]
Our message at Community Sourced Capital is usually about how to do good with your money– how to make it flow toward the things you value most. We don’t tell you how to stop doing bad things with your money.
What does it take to pull off Community Sourced Capital? A wide range of talents and an insatiable passion for using finance to enhance communities. No big deal. We share this story with you because we want you to see the kind of topics we’re thinking about in addition to [...]
Our friends at the Seattle Good Business Network are always asking people to “think local”. But this Holiday Season, you can take “think local” to the next level by taking the gift local pledge to shop at at least three local businesses over the next few weeks.
Last week, Casey and I returned to our Alma Mater, the Bainbridge Graduate Institute, to talk about Community Sourced Capital with about 20 MBA Students studying Local Living Economies in a class taught by sustainable finance expert Stuart Cowan.