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Capitalism without capital - With Peter Day of BBC
Today on Voices of New Afrika some of the brightest minds in the New Afrikan community will talk about capitalism. Is Capitalism "Freedom for the People" or "Exploitation of the People"? Here the hard truth about this global economic systems.
Why uncertainty and failure is necessary for a functioning economy and why Cuba is embracing both in its struggle to reform its economy. Show notes at http://moneyfortherestofus.net/mny093-capitalism-complexity-cuba/ To sign up for the Money For the Rest of Us Insider's Guide text the word INSIDER to 44222.
in Real Estate
Kellen Jones whose name is ubiquitous in the world of private lending in the West and Southwest joins Think Realty host Matt Benson to talk private capital and explain how it’s done in the world of private lending.
Jones has personally seen over $500 million dollars in private loans transactions and has a wealth of experience in lender relations, underwriting, marketing and originations.
He serves as Executive Officer and Co-founder at Fundingdatabase.com and Chief Operations officer at Cash Private Capital.
John and Doug delve into the mess Europe is in by letting imigrant Muslims into their country without vetting. The leaders are not leading and the inmates are running the asylum! Hour two, they get into this love fest between young people and Bernie Sanders. Socialism vs Capitalism. Why the Democrats Presidential canidates in America are one in the same, leaving most Democrats to hold their nose pulling the lever OR maybe, this is where the Republicans will gain those "Reagan Democrats" that just can not vote for Socialism or a criminal. The Republicans really have choice, including two LEGAL immigrants running for President. They also have two good canidates that are Conservative. The young people getting most of their stuff for "free" are just as content to keep recieving "free" stuff and they think Bernie can deliver. Either way, John and Doug will tell it like it is, explaining why it is NOT a good idea to allow Muslim Immigrants into the US without triple vetting and why we should not persue Socialism at all.
in Self Help
Recently I interviewed Ryan McShane who has helped me tremendously. Ryan opened my eyes to looking at how you can impact your workplace and your home. Some of what he talks about is:
There are four principles of Conscious Capitalism.
1. Conscious leadership
Organizations mirror the actions and personality of the individual at the top. This is the kind of person people want to follow. The authentic, open person. Conscious Leaders are the ones who inspire loyalty and consistent high performance in their teams.
2. Stakeholder orientation
Conscious leaders know the importance of taking into account all of their stakeholders. You’re never going to become a premium brand by only focusing on the shareholders. The really important factors for long-term business success are the employees and customers, and often the vendors and community as well. Take care of them and they will take care of you.
3. Conscious culture
A values-based culture is one that is intentional about how people act and perform. When a culture is not defined and enforced, your people aren’t all moving in the same direction.
Related: Can Etsy Make Money and Do Good at the Same Time?
4. Higher purpose
Finally, the company should be in business to do more than just make money. Great leaders realize that in order to become successful over the long term, you must provide true value. That comes from passionate people getting inspired about their work. How inspiring is your company’s purpose? For example, would you want to work for a company whose mission it is to “deliver maximum value to the shareholders”?
At the end of our talk Ryan shares how he might be able to help YOU in your career and home life
Huge disadvantages of the fabulously wealthy include no one around with the guts and wit to say, "You're being stupid!" Another, more intractable one is the delusion if you are rich you must be brilliant...in everything.
Over the past decade or so, John Henry has pushed his The Boston Globe and Red Sox to the edge of ruin and seems to have no sense of that. He is the ugly side of capitalism, or one of the ugly sides. He jacked up ballpark/ticket prices to the highest in basebaqll. Likewise, he is huge in expeneive newspaper paywalls and has made both home delivery and online Globe prices the highest in the nation, higher even than papers like the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times. Those two at least give you info to earn you money back and more. The Globe simply relies on its almost monopoly status (there is an asthenic Murdoch-owned tabloid for a weak competitor.)
This past week, Henry blew it again. He's already pared the writing/reporting staff to the nub. Now he went after the delivery contractor, switching to a cheaper vendor. That makes perfect capitalistic sense; bottom line, don't you know. The problem is that the new contractor has already failed elsewhere and certainly plonked here.
Let us consider Henry's empire and whether the delusional rich can ever objectively judge their decisions. I suspect you already know my conclusion.
Hosted by Marti Oakley
Whistleblowers! is brought to you in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblowers Summit, July 28,29,30, 2016 in Washington D.C.
Guest: Jonas Devurne, former Health and Human Services/ Social Services worker in Florida. Jonas will be discussing the fracturing of these systems under the Jeb Bush governorship, and the inevitable privatizing of services that Republicans are so fond of. While regaling the public with the supposed benefits of privatization, Bush nor anyone else mentioned that taxpayers would still be financing these systems only now, instead of funds going to help families or children, funds would go to friends and other special interests in a grand system of crony capitalism,.
One group who paid the price for this rigged system were the children in foster care. Funds that shoulad have gone towards helping deliquecy and dependency programs (foster care) were and are now going to private individuals for "managing" the system.
Dark money politics....the diversion of funding to special interests is done in plain sight.
Join 'Missing Pages of History' today, Sat., February 13, 2016 for our 'Black History Month' series. We will discuss the history of the 'Seven Black Presidents Before President Obama' & 'The Relationship Between Slavery and the Development of Capitalism.' Join us by dialing in at 1 PM EST. You can call in to listen the program at (818) 337-0016 or join us online.
Segment 1: Dr. Peter Sacco is a bestselling author, psychology professor and former private practitioner. Peter has also written over 700 articles in media/magazines as well as several book reviews for Prentice-Hall Publishing. His new book is called “The Internet Apocalypse: The world without the Internet… How would you survive?”
Segment 2: May McCarthy is the author of the best-selling book The Path to Wealth: Seven Spiritual Steps for Financial Success. Since 1982, May McCarthy has helped to start and grow six successful companies as large as $100 million in annual revenues. She is a best-selling author, speaker, university lecturer and angel investor.
Segment 3: Gary Douglas is an innovator, investor, author, antique storeowner and breeder of Costa Rican horses. He is the founder of Access Consciousness and has written 17 books so far. In 2010, his book “The Place” became a Barnes and Nobles #1 Bestseller.
Segment 4: Mike Agron is the executive webinar producer for WebAttract which he co-founded in 2008. He is also an award-winning author, coach and a frequent guest speaker on webinar demand generation best practices for the American Marketing Association and Content Marketing Institute.
Segment 5: Dan Castro is a serial entrepreneur, award-winning author, and attorney who has built many different businesses. His latest book is Hidden Solutions “All around you; Why Some people Can See them and Some Can’t”.
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The non-performing loan market has swelled in the past few years. Several billion are sold every quarter just from the GSEs and HUD. However, the secondary market has become very competitive and buyers need unique strategies and partnerships to acquire notes at more competitive price. Aligning with a non-profit can be beneficial to both the investor and the non-profit. Many loans are sold from HUD with specific outcome requirements that create a unique secondary market for the right partnership.
Joining the podcast is Tim Hayes with Southside Community Development. Tim works to partner investors and non-profits together in order to become qualified buyers NS Capitals non-performing loan and REO portfolio.
Welcome to the SC&H Group podcast series. Today, we are speaking with Stephanie Alexander (of BOOST LLC) and Katie Bilek (of Republic Capital Access), who recently launched govmates, a leading-edge matchmaking service for government contractors. We are also joined by Kate Coleman, a Senior Manager with SC&H Group.
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