As regulations die, businesses develop and grow.
“As a business owner – specializing in Business Start Ups – I’m getting calls on a daily basis, new clients, new business start-ups, and people asking how they can expand their business, add employees, grow their investments, and revitalize their own economic status in this up-tic from Washington. I see small businesses expanding on a daily basis to add 2 – 3 employees, some part time, some full time, ALL because of the immediate reduction in regulations. Over a 2 week period, I’ve seen a ‘natural increase’ of 32 employees. I’m just ONE business developer/consultant. How many are others seeing?”
The reality of extreme government overreach and regulations is enough to put business growth on hold, and often does. There’s power in liberty. When you shut down the over reaching government regulations and allow businesses to grow in a natural need based social platform, income, prosperity, and the overall economy of communities improves. Wealth grows.
As wealth grows, more people become wealthy.
Everyone says, the rich get richer, and that’s true, but as the rich get richer… the poor get richer too, in a growing economy.
Working for corporations, big industry, and the many huge organizations that hire on thousands of people is good for those who want to work for others, but growing an economy starts with small businesses. As small businesses become plentiful, numbers increase, GOP increases, and small businesses begin to hire ‘a few employees’.
How many employees across America can be hired by small businesses – who trust the economy to keep growing – if every community has one NEW small business and that business hires one person – that’s two. Business owner and employee both count. With 19,354 ‘incorporated’ places around the USA, that’s more than 40K jobs. And there are probably at least that many unincorporated townships here in the USA. So, there’s 40K more.
As wealth grows, more people become wealthy. Small business is the fastest way to build and grow wealth.
Start a small business.
When you start the business in your community, online, or even in your home, your opportunities grow and expand with the ideas you pursue.
I’d like to hear your stories. Write a comment, leave a link to your business online, no matter how small, in the space provided, and I’ll be reviewing and accepting comments below. (NO, I will not be contacting you to offer services.) I’d just like to know about your business, how it’s growing, and what your views are of the economic growth happening right now.