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Economic gardening programs for small businesses are blooming nationwide. These economic development programs focus on growing and strengthening existing second-stage businesses within communities across the country. Join me and my guests Corey Mohen, Director of Statewide Programs for NetWork Kansas, and Mary Kueny, owner of The Porch Swing, who will talk about how business owners and economic development officials can get involved in these programs, as well as how economic gardening encourages the development of essential infrastructure that sustains long-term, internally-propelled economic growth.
Rick Nappier of BlackThinker.org joins us to discuss the path to economic freedom for all and that path is Capitalism - the free market system.
Ignorance is not bliss when it comes to not learning about capitalism and economics, and what you don't know can hurt you.
All of the advances in the United States have been due to the entrepreneurial spirit that can only be fostered by a free market system.
While blacks have traditionally lost out on these opportunities, the change in thinking that is sweeping our nationa is now affecting everyone.
Now is the time to get back to basics and learn and understand what made our country great and prosperous for more people than anywhere else in the world.
Join us as we celebrate innovation, freedom and the entrepreneurial spirit!
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Could Google’s heavy initial focus on residential subscribers, while putting the business community on the backburner, shortchange KCK’s and KCMO’s economic development hopes? Cultivating startups is a plus. But mid-size and large cities boost local economies by making existing companies of all sizes stronger, as well as attracting larger companies to town.
Learn how a Kansas City, MO ISP is filling in the gaps with a combination of gigabit wireless (yes, wireless), back-end infrastructure and a business market focus. Computers & Tele-comm CTO Graeme Gibson lays out a game plan for delivering gigabit services that go to the heart of economic development, and in a way that increases odds for financial sustainability. Gibson breaks it down for listeners:
* The right service offerings increase business adoption rates;
* Segmenting your business market and communicating effectively matters;
* Why it makes sense marketing wireless services to businesses;
* Decisions about infrastructure such as Network Access Points (NAPs), data centers and backup sites directly impact the bottom line.
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We have been in a slow economic collapse for about 5 years. Are we nearing a more dramatic financial crisis, or will we get a temporary reprieve from currency manipulation? In any case, prepare by growing and storing food, gathering supplies and planning cooperation.
In March this year, in partnership with Broadband Communities Magazine, host Craig Settles conducted a survey of local government administrators and staff, service providers, consultants and others involved with broadband projects. What they have to say in Craig Settles' report, The Gigabit city & Economic Development, could directly influence your community’s efforts.
Magazine Editor Masha Zager joins us to analyze what survey results mean to your community. 60% of respondents say fiber networks attract business, 54% say it increases home-based businesses. Nearly half feel 20 – 120 Mbps is minimum needed to impact certain economic outcomes. Only 7% see “searching for a job” as the greatest benefit broadband offers individuals.
The survey explored broadband’s impact on six local economic outcomes in particular: attracting new businesses to town reviving depressed communitiesm making local companies more successful improving individuals’ income-earning potential increasing home-based businesses improving depressed business districts The survey also looks at the potential for broadband-enabled telemedicine to impact economic development, and probed how respondents view certain national broadband policies. We solicited feedback on possible broadband funding models. If economic development is important to you, listen to this show.
This week on "Common Sense" we will be discussing economic freedom with Ryan Mack, founder of the Optimum Institute of Economic Empowerment and former Atlanta Braves Pitcher John Rocker about their initiatives to empower communities with the crucial life skill of financial literacy.
While Ryan Mack and John Rocker may have different political viewpoints, they have come together because they share the common value of empowering people through financial literacy and realize that this is the pathway to political freedom.
John Rocker also started a 501(c)3 organization, Save Homeless Vets, which seeks to find homes for the men and women who have bravely served our country. Ryan Mack helps the organization by offering financial literacy education to the population it serves.
John Rocker is author of the book, "Rocker: Scars and Strikes" and Ryan Mack is author of the book "Living in the Village."
This week we will address the topic of Tithing! Do we have to tithe? Does God place a curse on the lives of people who do not tithe? This is part 2 of “Maximizing Today’s Dollar God’s Way!”
God has an economic plan, and “NOW” is the time to tap into it. Have you noticed how it takes more money to buy what you need and to get things done? Have you noticed how people keep saying that the recession is over, but we still see signs of the recession daily?
Everything in life happens twice, first in the spiritual sense and then in the natural sense. The natural recession exist because of the spiritual recession. Tune into this show as Regina, Dr. Taffy and I discuss, “Maximizing Today’s Dollar God’s Way!” This is a show that you do not want to miss! Invite your family and friends as we share a “WEALTH” of information. Tuesday, May 28, 2013, 8pm Est. Call 347 324 3003 or log onto http://bit.ly/ZdVz7B
Tonight we are going to look at this .
Is it Imminent ?
Is it Possible ?
Is it Mathematical Certainty ?
Are we ready for the end game ?
This is what we are going to talk about and what is it going to take to fix this .Are can it be fixed
We will open the phone lines .
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Mark Matheny covers an article written in 2010 by the late Elder Jacob O. Meyer, founder of the Assemblies of YAHWEH ministry.
The article is timely considering that he wrote this around two decades ago. He foresaw the economic collapse coming based on his knowledge of the scripture....
Tune in to this exciting episode!