Let David Bach show you a whole new way to prosper--by going green
Internationally renowned financial expert and bestselling author David Bach has always urged readers to put their financial lives in line with their values. But what if your values are a cleaner and greener earth? Most people think that "going green" is an expensive choice they can't afford. Bach is here to say that you can have both: a life in line with your green values and a million dollars in the bank.
"Go Green, Live Rich" outlines fifty ways to make your life, your home, your shopping, and your finances greener--and get rich trying. From driving the right car to making your home energy smart, Bach offers ways to improve the environment while you spend less, save more, earn more, and pay fewer taxes. Best of all, he shows you exactly how to take advantage of the "green wave" in personal finance without the difficult work of evaluating individual stocks. What's more, he will get you thinking about a green business of your own so you can help the world along as it is changing for the better.
David Bach is on a mission to teach the world that you can live a great life by living a green life. With "Go Green, Live Rich," you can live in line with your eco-values on the road to financial freedom.
NEWS & OPINION: In the Books - Off to the Printers II
Posted December 23, 2009, 8:18 PM with category of Management & Workplace Culture
For our second installment of articles from past issues of In the Books, we turn to Kate Mytty and her piece on sustainability in business. We lost Kate to Boston this year, where she is working her magic for PublicWords.
When Ecology and Economy Meet BY KATE MYTTY
Ecology and economy have finally reached a crossroads.
JACK COVERT SELECTS: Jack Covert Selects - The Necessary Revolution
Posted June 11, 2008, 3:06 PM with category of Management & Workplace Culture
The Necessary Revolution: How Individuals and Organizations Are Working Together to Create a Sustainable World by Peter Senge, Bryan Smith, Nina Kruschwitz, Joe Lauer & Sara Schley, Doubleday, $29. 95, 406 pages, Hardcover, June 2008, ISBN 9780385519014
In our annual magazine published earlier this year, we lamented the lack of business books that tackle issues of the environment. Well, this year that has changed, as there have been numerous books on the topic published, such as Stirring It Up by Gary Hirshberg, and Go Green, Live Rich by Richard Bach.
NEWS & OPINION: Interviews Galore!
Posted May 15, 2008, 4:30 PM with category of Management & Workplace Culture
If you haven't been over to the IT Conversations website yet, we would highly recommend it--specifically this interview of Clay Shirky, author of Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations. He discusses social networking technologies, how they are rarely used as envisioned by their creators, and how they are evolving. Or, listen to Fred Krupp and Miriam Horn of the Environmental Defense Fund talk about their new book, Earth: The Sequel: The Race to Reinvent Energy and Stop Global Warming.
NEWS & OPINION: Go Green, Live Rich: An Interview with David Bach
Posted May 13, 2008, 7:59 PM with category of Management & Workplace Culture
In today's podcast, we speak with David Bach, author of the popular Finish Rich series of personal finance books and the man who coined the term Latte Factor. His latest book, entitled Go Green, Live Rich: 50 Simple Ways to Save the Earth and Get Rich Trying, is a quick and interesting read, filled with a sense of purpose and easy steps that one can take to become a smarter consumer and live a greener lifestyle. We spoke last month about why he chose to write this book, and how--contrary to popular misconceptions--going green can actually save you money.
STAFF PICKS: Go Green, Live Rich
Posted April 2, 2008, 2:35 PM with category of Management & Workplace Culture
David Bach--author of the popular Finish Rich series of personal finance books and the man who coined the term Latte Factor--has penned a new book entitled Go Green, Live Rich: 50 Simple Ways to Save the Earth and Get Rich Trying. It is a quick and interesting read, filled with a sense of purpose as well as easy steps that one can take to become a smarter consumer and live a greener lifestyle.
There is a widely held view out there that greening your lifestyle is an expensive and painful process.