December 3, 2019Do your personal investments reflect your personal values? Can you put your money into socially conscious enterprises without sacrificing profits? Alfred Berkeley, former NASDAQ CEO and Director of the World Economic Forum USA says resoundingly, “Yes you can” – and proves it. Host Bart Jackson invites Al Berkeley back on the show to detail how he artfully launched the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Fund (the “do-gooder” fund which backs companies dedicated to the U.N’s 17 sustainability goals.) Al explains the power and planning of how socially conscious investing can work for you. And – don’t miss this – Al Berkeley also reveals the selection strategies and approaches you need to take as you enter the market with your own hard-won cash. Tune in and learn how you can do well by doing good.
The Dawn of Hope: Peace Forces Unite Worldwide
November 26, 2019First the good news: The Nonviolent Peaceforce for 18 years has successfully protected civilians in conflict zones by sending unarmed peace keepers to square off against heavily armed opponents. Now the better news: increasingly they are gathering allies in every…
The Artistic Soul, Fine Gems & The Wolf at the Door
November 19, 2019The art world stands as living proof that pure talent will not always carry you to the higher strata of the financial heap – or even assure your fiscal survival. Host Bart Jackson invites on board Ms. Trudy Borenstein-Suguira, multi-talented,…
News & Notes
Vision that engages only the imagination is fantasy. Vision that also engages the back and brain is called business.
Afterthought: The surest way to inspire people to place their shoulders, sweat, and effort behind your marvelous new plan is to make sure that a) it holds some reward for them personally, and b) make darn sure it really is achievable.