HOW TO FIX THE ECONOMY . . .

Published by

IF YOU CAN FOLLOW

                                                       

these 8 sentences, you 

                                 

understand how to fix

                                                              

the economy — and the

                                                                     

White House is puzzled.

                                           

(PART 1 OF 2)

                                                                            

     Entrepreneurs pursue ideas. They taste, test, trial-and-error, and explore applications of their ideas. When they settle on a direction, they find or attract enough financial support to do two things: 1) Create an operations process to develop (manufacture, fabricate, enhance) the product(s) and/or service(s), and 2) Design and deliver a marketing program.

     Marketing drives prospects to the door and creates a support platform for sales. Salespeople (or the entrepreneur herself or himself, acting in a sales role) produce(s) sales. Sales produce revenues. Revenues pay operations process and marketing (and perhaps investor) expenses and hopefully generate profits.

     Profits allow entrepreneurs to create jobs.

     Big business really doesn’t create new jobs. Research demonstrates time and again that far more than the vast majority of new jobs created in America originate with small business.

     So— why does the White House insist on avoiding and glossing over small business as an insignificant source of new jobs? Why does the White House pretend to befriend small business, shaking hands with the right hand while stabbing it in the back with the left hand?

     Can someone please answer this? Can the answer please be a real one, and not some convoluted response anchored by union-held political chips or fantasyland corporate moguls riding bailout coattails?

     How do”We the people…” choose to allow narcissistic political arrogance to override the critical needs of our economically-threatened society to stimulate and foster job creation?  Part of the answer is that we have a federal government that’s universally comprised of individuals who have not one iota of business experience, and who adamantly refuse to get the business advice needed for economic recovery from the only source that matters: small business.

     And surely–because, really, no one could be this dumb– the government can’t possibly be thinking that the SBA is the place to turn for meaningful input. (Yes, this is the same Small Business Administration administered by small-business-braindead government employees and stimulus-recipient big business corporate types who can’t even spell entrepreneur, let alone think like one) .

     The message is: WAKE UP AMERICA!  There’s more to this story, and it’s coming tomorrow.

     I hope you’ll return for –as one of my heroes, Paul Harvey, used to say– the rest of the story!

                           

# # #

                                                   

Your FREE subscription: Posts RSS Feed

Hal@Businessworks.US or 302.933.0116

“The price of freedom is eternal vigilance!” [Thomas Jefferson] 

Thanks for visiting. Go for your goals. God Bless You.

Make today a GREAT day for someone!

Click Here to Comment On This Post

Please Feel Free to Leave a Comment Below




Search

Tag Cloud

Authenticity Behavior Is A Choice BRANDING Business Managers Business owners CHOICE Choosing Behavior Communication Customer Service Deep Breathing Doctors Entrepreneur Entrepreneurial Spirit Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship Facebook Goal-Setting Goal Criteria Goals Google Hal Alpiar HERE AND NOW Innovation INTEGRITY job creation Lawyers Leadership Listening Marketing Motivation New Economy Obama Peggy Salvatore Productivity Sales Sales Professionals Small Business Small Business Owners Stress Management Success Time Management Trust Twitter Unemployment White House

WP Cumulus Flash tag cloud by Roy Tanck requires Flash Player 9 or better.