Oct 05 2015

DAY 21 – 30 Days To The New Economy

Your Role In History As An Entrepreneur




I N V E N T O R Y  &  D E L I V E R Y

Adapted from the book 30 DAYS TO THE NEW ECONOMY written and published by Peggy Salvatore

Delivery VanIn tandem with global manufacturing, let’s take a closer look at how to store and move physical products in the New Economy.


If you live where grasses are plentiful, you live in a grass hut. People have always adapted to local resources. In the New Economy, efficient and successful communities will rely on this same strategy but with a difference.


As was pointed out yesterday (while we imagined manufacturing), many products will be able to be assembled closer to their markets because 3D printing of finished products and parts will make that possible. Also, robotic manufacturing makes it possible to locate production facilities in places without consideration of the availability of many prepared workers. Obviously, local manufacturing reduces the need to move finished products closer to the customers.

Local sourcing raw materials

Our knowledge grows about our environment every day, and we find more uses for things around us.

Materials, for example, can be manufactured using chemical and biological processes. During the period of 20th Century industrialization, synthetic materials were developed and –suddenly– clothing manufacturers didn’t necessarily need wool or cotton to make clothing, though “real” materials were usually considered luxurious. The same is happening in the 21st Century with biological substances such as food and medicines (moving from chemically-based to biologically-based).

Knowledge in the new frontier will find ways to transform available local resources into necessary materials which should reduce the demand to transport and store raw materials.

The more we learn about chemistry and biology, the more possibilities we have to use the basic structures that compose


a pineapple, for example, into materials to manufacture other products needed locally.

About energy and transportation

When requirements to transport people and materials are reduced, this necessarily results in less requisite shipping vessels and fuel. In this scenario, energy needs to be produced and consumed locally to support local raw material development and product manufacture. This lends itself to less portable and more available sources of fuel – sources like solar and wind.

renewable energy

Internet Joe is thinking about the future, and the future doesn’t resemble the present. That translates to mean there are a lot of limiting factors in the present, such as finite (non-renewable, transportable) fuel, that are NOT part of fueling the New Economy. What limiting factors will impact, or are impacting, your business pursuits?

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What are you making the most of to move your business forward?
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Apr 20 2011

America IS small business

Like Nero with Rome,


Obama Fiddles


While America Burns



And not unlike one of Aesop’s Fables, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, mainstream media talking heads reported once again today that the U.S. economy is on the road to recovery. How nice. Do YOU believe it any more?

Some of these feeble excuses for “reporters” need to talk to the plummeting dollar, soaring fuel costs, unemployment lines, and some of the Americans I’ve felt saddened to see rummaging through fastfood and convenience store garbage pails and dumpsters for food scraps.

Has your business been interviewed? 


We have of course heard this type of hype (floating somewhere between make-believe and outright lying) every day since Mr, Obama moved into the White House.

Checked the gas pumps lately?


I mean, really folks. First of all, we who visit this blog are small business and professional practice owners and managers. We are entrepreneurs. We are professional salespeople. We represent the leading edge in business, technology, education and healthcare.

We–to use Mr. Obama’s own “words of the week”are not stupid!

$4 a gallon and rising? 


Even IF gas pump prices were simply a fuel-for-our-vehicles issue, we might live with it. Unfortunately, it’s Dominoes! Skyrocketing fuel costs mean skyrocketing delivery costs and skyrocketing food costs and skyrocketing travel and airfare costs. All these “burstings in air” and it’s not even July 4th!

And to top it all off, the grand tsunami of costs that are tangled up with “Obamacare” will be paid by small business for decades to come, providing free healthcare for those unwilling to earn it, including (unbelievably) illegal aliens!

If you’re trying to figure all of this out, think politics. Reality is that we do not have a national leader who understands or practices or even cares about leadership. He fiddles while our nation’s reputation and respect dissolves away. What would happen if you tried to get away with that in your business?

He fiddles while his reckless socialist agenda spending disregards the lives of small business owners and managers who work hard for a living, who contribute most to society to begin with, who have the most promise to offer for real economic turnaround. Why? Because he doesn’t care and he doesn’t get it. All that matters is politics . . . 

Voter dependency delivers voter votes!

(Listen to his speeches. They are A~L~L campaign speeches. A~L~L.) 


The more that government continues to intercede in our lives and businesses, the greater the dependency on government that’s created.

The more dependent on government we become, the more beholden we become for what government decides to give us, the more we vote for government generosity in order to live.

Is that sick or what?

Sorry, fellow business owners, but I doubt this is why any of us are in business. Lured by The Great American Dream, and the rights granted us as “We the people” by the Constitution of the United States –and as one nation under God– we are in business to help ourselves, our families, those for whom we can create jobs, and our communities.

We are in business to create opportunities to give back to the communities that support us from the only place that makes sense — from a position of strength. 

Our present government seeks to be THE ONLY source of strength.


Frustrating? Inconceivable? This is why I will not let go of these issues. They are at least as important for each of us to deal with as our our own employees, customers, balance sheets, income statements, brands, operations, revenue streams, and innovative leadership. Our federal government is over-stepping its bounds every single day.

Isn’t it time to step up to the plate and make your voice heard? There are 30 million small businesses in America. Just imagine what’s possible if each of us would just speak up . . .  


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