Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Ever Play Monopoly? Take a Look at the Current Global Economy - if you are not a business, you can be the first to lose!


Ever Play Monopoly? Take a Look at the Current Global Economy - if you are not a business, you can be the first to lose!
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If you are not a business (home based, entrepreneur, small to medium enterprise), you can be the first to lose in this global economy - you better get started.

Monopoly! The worldwide recognized, business board game. Substitute yourself and the state of your economy and you have a global bank, properties and renters.

Monopoly arguably represents exactly how the global economy policies correct and how players at the bottom of the money food chain are driven bankrupt for the sake of utilities, businesses to-big-to-fail and the eventual consolidation of financial institutions.

Players become fewer, credit shrinks, players mortgage other players and the initial "consumer" player is mortgaged or bankrupted out. Game over? No...start again, find a way to be a player, be a business.

What other evidence is there for starting business or enhancing business at least to the small to medium enterprise level. Game over, if you are not a "business", starting a business, or creating a service or product for your business; if you are not doing it, count on being the first to lose.

There is absolutely no excuse for not becoming a "business" and player in the economy. In every culture of the World, an entrepreneur or growing, small business created viable economies of scale. Many of these businesses being entrepreneurial, small businesses represent where the stronger economies exist.

Whether you reside in Africa, Europe, Asia or the Americas, the playing field is more level now than ever before. Are you an entrepreneur? Are you a small to medium enterprise, business? Are you an Association advocating your business membership? ...well, "game on"!

Technology, complete with reputation and credibility of 'socio/business' networks, provide: 1) Internet networking access to broad industries and entrepreneurs interested in discussing (blogging) research, business opportunities and exchanging credibility of market opportunities for like-business; 2) Internet presence, complete with immediate ecommerce, e-infrastructure and pay-as-you-go trade for products or services; 3) Audio, video, co-development, business incubation; 4) Low-to-little cost to your market.

Ever Play Monopoly? Take a Look at the Current Global Economy - if you are not a business, you can be the first to lose - better get started, get 'socio/business' networking and go global!