The necessity is clear that developing countries need to become concerned with creating environments conducive for economic growth, social improvements, and improved infrastructures. The countries who are forced to deal with the crushing influx of immigrants seeking a better life is overwhelming their ability to sustain them. Developing nations on the other hand is suffering … Continue reading A Necessary Collaboration
The establishment of placing human value at the pinnacle of the pyramid of priorities is paramount for all infrastructure to be built upon.
The word incentive means something, such as the fear of punishment or the expectation of reward, which induces action or motivates effort. When incentives are no longer present in a social or economic system then productivity subsides and innovation lumbers along at a snails pace. Competition incentivizes quality. Consumers benefit from competition because of the … Continue reading Ethics a Must in Business for National Growth
The health of a nation demands that the majority of its citizens be contributors and not takers. When a disproportionate amount of constituents have a victim mindset, it paves the way for repressive regimes and loss of freedom. If the leaders of a country, and the citizens who support them, collectively feel like victims of … Continue reading Victim or Contributor
More gets accomplished when people care not who receives the credit. Conspiring and preserving the only entitled praise to one’s self requires an unbelievable amount of time and energy. It detracts from the mission at hand slowing progress to a crawl. What motivates me to work cannot be my desire to get the credit, but … Continue reading Vision Fulfilled or Getting the Credit?
Calvin Coolidge said "The most common commodity in this country is unrealized potential." The word potential means being capable of development into actuality. Potential can be summed up in the word – possibility. The average person never sails the vast ocean of potential in their lives which awaits its release to be channeled towards the … Continue reading Potential of the Citizens
When you electrify a conductor of electricity you enhance its function to operate and impact as it was designed. Electrocuting something is the result of overwhelming it to the point you destroy its ability to function instead of enhancing it. Recently while thinking about a particular nation that has been in the throes of turmoil … Continue reading Electrifying Good Electrocuting Evil
Human Rights Day is every Dec. 10th. It is observed every year on 10 December. It commemorates the day on which, in 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In 1950, the Assembly passed resolution 423 (V), inviting all States and interested organizations to observe 10 December of each … Continue reading Human Rights Day
It is not the political maneuvering and mere titles that affect a nation to become something better than it currently is. It all starts somewhere and it begins with leadership INTEGRITY. The integrity of leadership is the rock which a country anchors itself to. It provides stability, protection, and a hope for a better future. … Continue reading Integrity the Force of Leadership
Peace comes at a price – personal inconvenience. We know peace is defined as the absence of strife, so that requires the inconvenience of personal sacrifice to achieve it. We all must take inventory of our lives and begin itemizing what matters most. Look at peace as a consequence and what it would look like … Continue reading The Price of Peace and the Educational Metamorphosis