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Earning Money in a Global World, Economic Opportunity, Taxi Driver Wisdom »

[1 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]

When is a deal a deal?  When the words are spoken?  When the hands meet? When the contract is signed?
In contrast to some countries which have a reputation for corruption at the local and country levels- within government and in the private sector, too- the United States, for all its wayward steps and occasional embarrassments, continues to be respected and desired as a business partner.  The United States is known as a country where deals are reliable.   The United States is viewed as a place of safety, opportunity …

Earning Money in a Global World, Economic Opportunity, Immigration to the USA »

[11 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

If you missed the introduction to how Miguel from Mexico, Fuhrat from Iraq and Hanna from Bulgaria were able to access global economic opportunity and create prosperity for themselves and their families with no opportunity-no money to start, go to the FULL STORY under the opportunities page above. Here is the continuation…

Earning Money in a Global World »

[6 Jun 2009 | One Comment | ]

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Miguel spends most days picking the seaweed off his sneakers as he fishes for dinner to feed his family in Mexico. Fuhrat used to be a wealthy man, but the violence in Iraq wiped out everything he built. Hanna daydreams about the life she would have in Bulgaria if only…  All three are about to learn that in a global economy, there is more opportunity than they can imagine. Follow the story as they access global economic opportunity to make their impossible dreams come …

Earning Money in a Global World, Economic Opportunity, Global Creativity »

[23 May 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

Miguel doesn’t have a dime in his pocket.  Not twenty pesos.  In Mexico, he figures, it takes at least 32 pesos a day to feed a family as big as his.   Fuhrat has five hundred thousand dinars-but it doesn’t mean much since it takes nearly that amount to buy a loaf of bread in Iraq.  That’s if you can find one in the local marketplace, which is most often closed due to threats of violence.  Hanna has a vision, but in Bulgaria, it takes more money than she has to make it real.  Or so she thinks.  …

Earning Money in a Global World, Economic Opportunity, Immigration to the USA »

[6 May 2009 | 3 Comments | ]

Throughout the world people hope to win the “Green Card Lottery.”  Officially known as the “Diversity Visa Lottery Program,” the lottery offers a chance for a new life in the United States.
The lottery randomly selects 50,000 potential immigrants who come from countries that have low rates of immigration to the United States, and offers them a chance to apply for a Green Card which will allow them permanent residence in the USA, along with their spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 .  The visas are not available …

Earning Money in a Global World, Economic Opportunity, Taxi Driver Wisdom »

[4 May 2009 | One Comment | ]

We all want opportunity.  In years past, opportunity was hard to come by.  Today, with the internet, opportunity is there for us.  To some degree, it may even assail us, with the seemingly endless promises of overnight wealth to be attained.
In his great work MacBeth, Shakespeare wrote: “Evil lures with trifles of truth.”  And so it does.   When someone buries a wee bit of truth within a proposition that may seem preposterous, but is yet something we would hope for, the tendency is to fixate on the bit of truth …

Earning Money in a Global World, Economic Opportunity, Men & Women »

[4 May 2009 | No Comment | ]

How much money can you make on the Internet? Who can access internet opportunity? What are the benefits? How important is a solid command of English to internet success?

Earning Money in a Global World, Economic Opportunity, Social Entreprenurialism »

[11 Apr 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

In third world countries, it is the natural response of international humanitarian workers to want to increase the pay of impoverished local workers as much as possible. Compassion kicks into action when confronted by the harsh realities of families of ten subsisting on the equivalent of two U.S. dollars a day.  The individual in a position able to provide a pay raise feels compelled to do so.  Aid workers have learned the hard way, though, of the unintended consequences of such actions.
When groups of local persons working for international …