Futurist and entrepreneur, Warren Whitlock talks about different perspectives on money, the impact of blockchain, and artificial intelligence.
Pioneer Human Services CEO, Karen Lee explains the monumental challenges that people released from prison face and how to best give them a second chance.
Conrad Edwards, COO at The Basement talks about giving, money, and navigating an advertising agency through the pandemic.
Toronto-based technology and media venture capitalist, G. Scott Paterson talks money, giving, and information management company FutureVault.
How go-getter Mayly Tao transformed her family's Santa Monica donut shop and gives back to her community and beyond.
Bob Lotich talks about how he eclipsed his corporate income after blogging full-time for just 9 months and the benefits of taking a year-long sabbatical.
This is my story about how doing a favor for a friend from Maui has benefited my community in New Jersey many times over.
When you make a charitable donation, how do you do it? Most people donate through “checkbook giving,” meaning that you decide how much to donate, select a charity, and send a payment. Often, this requires writing a check, processing a credit card, or even using electronic payment services like Venmo or PayPal.
Mark Johnson's viral video of legendary street blues singer Roger Ridley performing “”Stand By Me”” has been viewed over 128 million times. He shares why he created Playing For Change to inspire and connect the world through music.
Best-selling author, speaker, and host of The Rachel Cruze Show, Rachel talks about making wise money decisions and using gratitude to resist comparing yourself against your friends' social media feeds.