Do you know where exactly your money goes to?
The principle of wealth at heart states that what you want to create monetarily must first be created in your heart and mind.
Simply put, your financial goals should be clear. Your heart and mind have to be in it. They should be your driving force. Once your heart is into something, achieving it is easy. Your mind and heart have to be in sync.
It was out of this disparity that the Goat Foundation was born and founded by Steve Down. A generous donation of two goats is given to vulnerable families. Here is Regina Oyombe’s story.
Congratulations on starting a new business, it is a bumpy, tedious, and rewarding adventure.
Social entrepreneurship has proven to provide impactful innovations for poverty alleviation. Through Cause Capitalism, entrepreneurs and communities are brought together by non-profit initiatives.
Steve Down donates 200 goats to 100 deserving families in 3 Kenyan villages. The begetter of cause capitalism believes economic equality can be achieved by giving. Speaking to the media; he opined on the importance of narrowing economic inequality starting with developing countries. In alignment with the UN global goals to end poverty, the donation will enable households to cater…
What is Cause Capitalism? From the Founder and Inventor Steve Down, Cause Capitalism– when a for-profit organization chooses as its partner a non-profit, not as a gimmick but as a true sustainable partner. Cause Capitalism is the new world order in doing business, economies built through cause capitalism will operate on the governing principle of service to all. Cause Capitalism…
What could possibly define the state of uncertainty and sting of losing a loved one, let alone the breadwinner of a home? This was the story of Dani (Grandmother) Philgona and how the Goat foundation inspired hope by giving her goats.
When it comes to debt according to Steve Down, the following rules apply;There are two kinds of people; Those who are in debt. Those who will be in debt Carrying a debt load throughout life is similar to running a marathon with extra pounds around your waist. While it is possible to run a marathon with few extra pounds, it…
Kenya is ideally a capitalist economy characterized by inequality, unemployment, corruption, wealth gaps, and high levels of marginalized development.