Investing with purpose is hard work. Achieving impact is very different than how conventional finance is set up. This means if we’re serious about social and environmental change, we need to roll up our sleeves and start doing much harder work on managing our impact risks. That’s one aim of our upcoming workshop.
I know this is a daunting question. I’m going to try to make it practical with 3 steps and 3 concrete invitations. Weds, April 7, 7pm ET: “Exploring how congregations might re-imagine their assets when long term sustainability is no longer an option.” with Rev. Dr. Sidney Williams – click here to RSVP and/or join) […]
I’ve been in a liminal space for a little while now. This week, it has started to get uncomfortable. I’ve found myself this week wanting to plunge into deeper explorations of what’s on the horizon. Today, two conversations reminded me that this liminal space is a generative place — and something I want to stay […]
I both love and have struggled with my partnership with Metro IAF. My close relationship with Metro IAF leaders is the primary reason we’ve had success in starting a co-op over the past 10 years. Their power is undeniable. In the past few months, Metro IAF has helped our co-op to expand to working with […]
I’m hearing some folks who couldn’t join the Q&A ask this question: What parts of the workshop do I need to commit to? The current schedule / Weekly Cycle for the Shared Ownership workshop is this: Sunday: Prompt for the week released by 7:30am ET Monday: Large Group Gathering, likely 12pm ET / 9am PT […]
Might this be an opportunity for you to re-imagine the quality and depth possible through better virtual spaces? For me, most of the past 6 years I’ve built my organization while living at home in another city. I’ve also built many of my deepest, most meaningful friendships, and communities online. I’ve joined spirituality groups that […]
Too often, I find myself unclear on what makes great leaders. And how I can help great leaders work well as a team. This is a big problem for me, especially with the appetite I have to make change. If you’re building an organization, a movement, or care about making change in your school, community, […]
I believe our economics can embody a greater democracy. I believe our economic institutions can be more democratic and fair. I believe the plurality of thought in economics would bring great benefit to society. I believe in culture and that our culture is the sum of the ideas floating around inside of it. We […]