I originally put together this video series (links below) as a "prequel" to the Both/And Finance Course that I am in the process of launching. Along the way, I've realized that these videos might also be helpful as a general introduction to my work. If lengthy articles are not your thing, but you're still curious about what I'm up to here at Both/And Finance, I'd invite you to check out the video series below.
A brief overview of what to expect in this video series.
Part 1 - The Finance Matrix
I explain how the Finance Matrix gives us a way to understand the overall field of finance. I describe how the worldview of "most of finance" works and why this matters to many of us interested in moving our economy toward something better.
Part 2 - Community-Minded Personal Finance
I explain how the field of personal finance relates to the Finance Matrix and how we can tell if we are in a Community-Minded Personal Finance space or not.
Here's the Community-Minded Personal Finance article that I cover in the above video. I also reference this U-School site. And, I want to acknowledge that a lot of my thinking for this article and video are influenced by Carol Anne Hilton's book: Indigenomics: Taking a Seat at the Economic Table.
Part 3 - Personal Finance Steps
I discuss the standard personal finance steps and how I think Status Quo and Community-Minded Personal Finance differ across these steps. I end by explaining where and how I see my work fitting in.
Here's the Personal Finance Steps article that I cover in the above video. Here's a direct link to the Examples of Community-Minded Framing of Personal Finance Steps section of that article.
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