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
Two gang rapes of teenage girls with one of them involving 30 men was videoed and posted online has brought outrage in Brazil. The Public Safety Forum said in a study that Brazilian police recorded a sexual assault every 11 minutes in the country in 2014. An estimated half a million such assaults take place … Continue reading Denouncing the Recent Gang Rapes in Brazil
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
An Unfortunate Reality Some people thrive off of division, strife, and the so-called struggle of issues confronting a nation or nations. Leaders of movements sometimes are not looking for real solutions because a solution would spell the end of their importance, financial means, and power. As long as there is a problem, they are needed … Continue reading Real Solutions Needed
Jealousy is often defined as being envious or resentful of the good fortune or achievements of another. It has commandeered a many soul into sabotaging the progress, success, and health of families, business, and nations. It alone has destroyed more relationships than can be counted. It arises from the depths of selfishness and insecurity. It … Continue reading Oil and Water – Leadership and Jealousy
Nations of the world are inseparably linked economically and other factors. The instability of one can lead to the instability of another. For example, if you have an economic meltdown in one country then other nations will be affected. The same is true when you have a civil war in one, the surrounding neighbors are … Continue reading Peace and Development
It has been said “If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live it's whole life believing it is stupid.” Herein lies a problem with judging others by our own personal standards, abilities, and gifting. In doing so, it is an attempt at cloning people after our image making … Continue reading Reevaluation of Educational Models
Whether gold is found in Ghana, Sierra Leone, or the United States, its value remains the same. It's location does not determine its value. Humanity has inestimable worth regardless of geographical location and/or national existence. All of the human race is made up of particles of gold equal in value and deserving of honor and … Continue reading Location Never Determines the Value of Gold!