A look into the non-obvious but high impact solutions to social and economic inequality
A Grassroots, Local-First Look at the people, organizations, and policies that can drive real change from the ground up
|Jul 21, 2020|
Welcome to The Trim Tab by me, MJ Kim. Muhammad Yunus is my hero. I believe that continuous learning, knowledge share and systems thinking can help drive real change in achieving social reform and economic equality.
Here is what you can expect:
The Trim Tab covers 3 main areas to inform those who want to do good for their community:
Daily - Curations of interesting and high-need projects / volunteering opportunities to let you know how you, as an individual, can lend your skills and resources to do good (because small change is better than no change)
Weekly* - Spotlight and research into a person, community, idea or organization that is doing good and/or has the potential for high impact long-term
Monthly* - A person’s library (similar to their music collections) is like a window into their soul. Every month, I get a bit more personal with a ‘book club’ of sorts that focuses on topics that interest me: economics, systems thinking, and appreciation for oft under-appreciated aspects of modern culture and history (Think Stiglitz, Senge, and Twitty to name a few)
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