Monthly Archives: April 2010

What Our Government Needs to Learn

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What can the Government do to help the working Americans make more jobs?

While business consulting coast-to-coast for the past six years, the companies I worked with ranged in size from one million dollars in annual sales, to businesses up to seven hundred million dollars. Regardless of the business size, certain things were the same. They all have the desire to produce products and services; this is the main reason for their existence. Ultimately conducting some kind of business is second to becoming the best at what they do. Often the government talks about helping its citizens, what the government forgets to do is help those that make the jobs for Americans.

Jobs for Americans come from Americans helping Americans, American business owners are Americans; employees are Americans. The government needs to focus all the government census taking people recently hired to go out and speak to the working Americans. The only question on census survey would need to be; what can the Government do to help the working Americans make more jobs? With this important question, perhaps the government will learn to help Americans make jobs, here are my thoughts:

1. Get out of our way
2. Encourage less taxes
3. Encourage less government spending
4. Don’t make laws that let American jobs go out of the country
5. Don’t give American rights away to people who have not earned them

This Blog posting is an open invitation for Americans to add to what the government may learn, what the government needs to learn? Your comments are desired and welcomed.

What can the Government do to help the working Americans make more jobs?

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Future Business Must! “Dream & Do IT!”

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The future business and those doing business in the present must start to re-invent themselves as they adapt to the many market changes around them. The ability to adapt to market changes will engage success or result in failure. Random results become dynamically reduced by engaging proactively with a plan. This plan must clearly define your core business capabilities’ reality. Which market a business stakeholders believes is theirs, and a realistic wish list for engaging new markets. Clearly know and understand what your business is, knowledge built upon solid reality and fueled by a dream! The motto to grow from, “Dream & Do IT!”

1) Clearly define your core business capabilities’ reality
2) Which market a business stakeholders believes is theirs
3) A realistic wish list for engaging new markets

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