Erick Brimen’s Blog
Ultimately, well-intentioned policies and practices have backfired, causing a stoppage of medicine and food to those in need, the spread of misinformation, and a false sense of “doing good” on a large scale.
The beauty is unmatched, and the chance for peaceful relaxation on the world’s most breathtaking beaches is what everyone works so hard to retire for.
Social Enterprises are popping up all over the US and the world so that workers can make a profit and social problems find economically sustainable solutions.
How did the Israeli’s do it, and are there lessons to be learned for those wishing to emulate this exponential level of economic development?
This is conscious capitalism: give people the framework required to lift themselves out of poverty in a sustainable way, and then let the untapped potential of human ingenuity flourish.
The nation of Honduras, positioned right in the center of North and South America, boasts beautiful scenery and a vibrant culture that fuses elements of many other nations and peoples.
I foresee a day in the near future where Hondurans no longer have to travel to the United States to find the institutions which allow them to unlock their full potential, but rather find those institutions right at home in Honduras.
Honduras is improving in nearly every measurable category, from tourism to safety to the potential for economic growth.
One of the most effective ways to take a political or moral stance is to purchase from and invest in companies that share your values while divesting from those that fail to align with your beliefs.
Development Capitalism isn’t about providing bandaids — it’s about building ladders of opportunities to boost people up and out of poverty for good, creating and participating in generalized prosperity and sustainable human flourishing!