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WhatGood is a new podcast show that explores the intersection of money, meaning and making a difference. The podcast talks with high impact entrepreneurs, investors, creatives, educators, artists, community leaders and everyday changemakers.
The show is full of useful and actionable info you can use to make your mark on the world. Discussions range from personal development to solving the world’s biggest problems. Topics includes impact investing, social entrepreneurship, business unusual, tech, art, philanthropy, investing, conservation, the environment, social justice, emotions, happiness, purpose and more.
The show is hosted by TMO aka Thomas Morgan. Thomas is the Bureau Chief at the Bureau of Impact. The Bureau of Impact creates, sources and manages triple bottom line impact investments. Their crowdfunding platform allows any size investor to invest along side high net worth individuals, family offices, foundations and pension funds in investments that make money, help people and benefit the earth.
I actually had the great pleasure of chatting with Thomas for the podcasts first episode. We had a great discussion that touched on many topics including social enterprise, conscious consumerism, Benefit corporations, and a little bit of music.
You can listen to the first episode here:
The Bureau of Impact creates, sources and manages caused based investments. Why donate when you can invest instead? The Bureau helps any size investor to invest along side high net worth individuals, family offices, foundations and pension funds in triple bottomline investments. Investments range from income producing “green” real estate to wind and solar energy infrastructure to investments in conservation, wildlife habitat and water quality to consumer debt and public art. Learn more at www.bureauofimpact.com or chat them up on twitter and instagram @bureauofimpact