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Empowering women is inevitable

This Evoke gets at the economic and demographic roots of feminism. And the

next step, which is gender parity, is still undefined because it’s only become

the next step very recently.



Merely three hundred years ago, prosperity depended upon family size. In an agricultural society all

hands are needed for sustenance and wealth. And without any social

network, you relied on your children to take care of you as you aged. So

as children brought prosperity and… Continue

Posted on April 21, 2010 at 1:49am

Problems are not always obvious from afar

I credit my good friend Madu for this. In his role at the Wisconsin State Capitol, Madu is fostering partnerships and economic development between Wisconsin and Nigerian businesses. One difficulty Madu shared with me is that few in Nigeria, much less Africa as a wh***, can order goods and get them shipped to them.



This issue has several facets, a couple are big. First, companies like Amazon.com don't like to ship to the third world - it's hard for them to be paid efficiently. Second,… Continue

Posted on April 1, 2010 at 2:43am

Barter

I've long know about barter and my wife an I have used it in our businesses.



I've traded waste consulting services for written testimonials from influential non-profits, allowing more cash to flow to their mission rather than their overhead, while I received connections and endorsements to help me grow.



My wife exchanges her services for those her business needs.



I've also proposed that my current employer engage in either a three way barter transaction or join a… Continue

Posted on April 1, 2010 at 2:24am — 2 Comments

Copywriting and water filters

Stumbled on this great post last weekend which is why I chose to start with Water Crises. There are two great ideas here. The first is putting the water filter into a reusable bottle cap. The second is great salesmanship to evoke investment and adoption of this type of technology.

http://www.thegaryhalbertletter.com/Newsletters/2005/11-09-05.htm

Posted on April 1, 2010 at 2:04am

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