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
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
It was encouraging to see so many global leaders and innovators at the April 23rd iChangeNations™ Golden Rule Event in Washington DC. Over 50 nations were represented such as Peru, Congo, Israel, Ethiopia,Trinidad Tobago, Suriname, Guatemala, Ecuador, Grenada, Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya… and the list continues. The coalition of leadership is growing in taking the … Continue reading Golden Rule Washington DC
If leadership desires something different, they must do something different. Saying "same ole thing just different day" does not describe one's day, but rather it describes a person's attitude toward it. My life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change. In a position of influence, I cannot fall into the immature … Continue reading Leadership at Another Level
I was recently watching a press conference with one of our (USA) leading politicians, and he was pointing out to the American people their need to trust the government again. Politicians shouldn’t lecture the American people on lacking trust in the political process. The people are not the reason for the lack of trust in … Continue reading Politicians for the sake of the people–Restore Integrity
The need of statesman in world affairs is no more necessary than right now. The rise of terroism to a fever pitch, economic instability, and immigration compexities are all screaming for solutions.