Capitalism Evolves as Our Values Evolve – Herein Lies its Brilliance

A new set of behaviors is forcing a rethink of old, ossified ideas about cold-blooded capitalism. We are seeing the emergence of a structure best described as The Impact Economy. This is not some bubble-driven phenomenon, but a recalibration of supply and demand based on a more accurate system of measures that internalizes externalities and prioritizes … More Capitalism Evolves as Our Values Evolve – Herein Lies its Brilliance

Our Move from Job Creation to Wealth Creation

“Extrinsic rewards (as presumed by the theory of self-interest) lead to poor performance in every situation except where (a) the rules are clearly defined and (b) the outcome is known in advance. The challenges we face are NOT this kind of problem.” ~ Joe Brewer, Cognitive Policy Works In this video Daniel Pink discusses the “surprising … More Our Move from Job Creation to Wealth Creation

The Power of Paradox

1 to the Power of 3.7 million = 1 There’s power in ONE. We’re ALL on the same team. Our ability to effectively address our challenging societal issues is directly correlated to our ability to be selfish and selfless at the same time. Paradox a : a statement that is seemingly contradictory or opposed to common sense … More The Power of Paradox

My Return Home

My 25 year love affair with business (and my 39 year relationship with my mother, Lois!) has prepared me in every way for this new venture. Within each of the different phases of my career I discovered a new passion. The mission of MoneysLOVE Ventures unites my passions for business, bringing people together and teaching … More My Return Home

To Go Farther, Go Deeper – The Irony of Commitment

“The irony of commitment is that it’s deeply liberating – in work, in play, in love. The act frees you from the tyranny of your internal critic, from the fear that likes to dress itself up and parade around as rational hesitation. To commit is to remove your head as the barrier to your life.” … More To Go Farther, Go Deeper – The Irony of Commitment