dev2.0 people doing great trade happier than those chained to charity - SO 1 new mdb banks? 2 how freedoms to trade value planes & boats & trains?
1planes are for luxury goods- eg gourmet foods.............2boats/superports grew places over last 50years.............3trains are interesting- they can be 10 time faster than boats or as slow but celebrating trade at every border they pass through- trains also...
help turn global2.0 (world class & locally sustaining not just big gets bigger & destroys youth livelihoods as sustainability netgen) leadership summits: - belt-road 11 regional curriculum in one worldwide trading compass;
g20 :: aiib :: gateway (alibabauni.com) - into youth's jobs creating student curricula and map enterprise zones where youth and sustainability goals flourish
.eg GreenBigBang : calling one sixth of worldcitizen - if you can help governors build 2500 greenest half-million peopled places on planet join up @ alumni summits as arrowed or Q&A isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com if you know a half-million peopled supergreen place
help wanted- contribute to diaries and youth journalism of world record jobs fieldbook of global2.0 summits youth are invited to turn into jobs creating curricula matching goals of sustainability generations-which will be the top 20 www summit formats and how can media be designed so that the peoples diaries interact productively ChinaThanks.com and BeltUSAsia.com feature 11 regions : 0 China, 1 Rest Far Pacific (E&S) Japan main sponsorAlibaba hosts Olympics 2020, 2 India (host aiib 2018 and g20 2019) & Bangla, 3 Russia, 4 East Europe, 5 West Europe (host of G20 2017), 6 N America (host of gateway17) & Stans (host SCO 2017) and middle east (host of greatest open education summits), 8 Med Sea (most urgent refugee conffict space) 9 Africa, 10 S America where Argentina hosts G20 and fatherland of moral cultures leadership Pope Francis and Preferential Option Poor Franciscan civilisations.
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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

valuationprinciples system 1from 40 year search
  • one market locally or nationally
  • one worldwide market
  • Every market at the same time in such a way that the net generation can be the most fully employed and community sustaining our wholeplanet has ever hosted.
  • In our next Book on World Record Job Creators: One reason why I recommend every student to look at the life's work of Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus is that he has proved that poverty is mainly caused by value chains that have been designed -consciously or subconsciously -to exclude livelihoods. In 1974, when he first took his students to study how to end million people famines, he found that Bangladesh's poorest mothers were excluded in every way from making a living. His solution was to invest in each circle of 60 poorest village mothers forming their own market exchange for such vital services as nutrition (carrots, chickens, rice husking), sanitation: pit latrines, ... he offered action learning and small loans to get started but most of all the group empowered by a barefoot banker designed an exchange so that there was neither glut nor scarcity for each of the services that hard working village mothers were able to co-produce
    help us search out who's who of redesigning value chains

    example women4empowerment are focusing on redesigning these value chains

  • fashions and superstars
  • 18 years of searching for partners in most exciting mobile apps (and bottom-up infrastructures) for world's poorest women's networking videos

  • GGTWIT: mail isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com if you too twitter good news on youth jobs creation: Videos 1 2 3 from W4E and F4D; help 20000 job creating youth celebrateAtlanta live and millions linkin-
    MY BIGGEST QUESTION OF 2015- what's yours?
    why do old men spend half a trillion dollars of customers money a year on concepts for propositioning unsustainable products, and young women have next to zero budget or media for exploring concepts we'd like to spend our lives co-producing




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