In this video Dr. Anderson talks about how people can get things done by running business and keeping the money in our community. He explains how to then invest in our community in politics, legal, and media. This is called group economics.
I recently found a cool business intelligence site call Sizeup.com where you can get info on competitors in your business field. With this info you can beat your competitors at their own game. The site does 3 things. You can provide it info on your business to see where you stand, it has a database of your competitors in your particular industry and it has a bring down of revenues earned from businesses in your industry in your geographical area.
Here is another hometown success. Steve Stoute from Queens Village, New York. He is a music executive known for helping artist like, Jay-Z, Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, Nas, U2, Eve and Limp Bizkit, as well as Eminem and more.
Frontline reporter Adam Davidson takes a real look at the rice commerce in Haiti. The basic dilemma is when aid agencies provide free rice to Haiti they are serving an immediate need and doing an immediate good but that good deed ends up hurting everyone because it destroys local businesses.
When people receive free rice they will not buy rice. When the aid organizations are gone there will be no rice because most of the businesses that use to sell rice were driven out of business by the free rice program.