Author Archives: greenfootprintsblog

Capital Solutions

It is not how much you make that counts but how much money you keep Robert Kiyosaki, investor, businessman and author of best-seller Rich Dad Poor Dad Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. CAPITAL SOLUTIONS … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Tax Planning

Please note this post is for informational purposes only, please contact your accountant for tax advice. It’s tax filing season and I wanted to share a couple tips for those business owners to try to make the tax season as … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Analysis | Leave a comment

The Big Short

I just finished The Big Short by Michael Lewis.  I read a lot of books and this may be the best book I have ever read.  I read Too Big to Fail, by Andrew Sorkin, which was also a great book, … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Stuff and Green Material

I recently began the spring semester and one of my course’s is Design for Green Materials. This course will introduce us to green materials and the process these materials follow throughout building, and design. In class we watched a short … Continue reading

Posted in Efficiency and Conservation, Green Building | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Leap of Faith

Below is part of an email I sent out to some family and friends yesterday.  The responses have been amazing and makes me much more confident that the choices I am making are the correct ones.  Thank you to all … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Analysis | Leave a comment

Purchasing Power

I read a blog the other week that called our current times, The Age of Choice.   It was about all the information that is available now and the choices we can make because of this additional information.   They looked … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Analysis, Green Building | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Response to the Pessimism

I felt like my last post was too pessimistic and I wanted to do another post with an idea I think would be good to stimulate the economy. In this current economic environment there is no good reason to spend … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , | 1 Comment