Time to Move On

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  • Published: April 2013
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 514
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781466973442
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This is a book meant for all—those who care about their future, and wish to make a difference in their endeavors. It touches your job, your business, your investments, your enterprises, your nation, your societies. Our current economic models no longer seem able to provide answers to mounting feats or lasting solutions to greater number of irresolvable paradoxes in all domains, from debt to taxes, business closures to unemployment, loss of income… This book sheds light on a new perspective - an opportunity for economic recovery - revitalizing business, employment, investments but more importantly, a chance to reach a new phase in prolonged sustainable, development and prosperity that would otherwise remain blocked, hidden, not visible and or unfeasible. An economic renaissance, a rebirth. It’s about pragmatic solutions that can be rolled-out in short time frames, but with potential geometric effects on economies. It focuses on the centrality of man, our planet, prolonged economic traction, re-linking investments and banking to the real economy in sustainable ways. It is about positive effects - on many sectors, be they private, public, large or small, industry, services, the markets, banking and financial sectors, all on the verge of the most significant shifts in their business models since their inception. It is about choices and resilience – we can decide to master and steer transition towards the next evolutionary plateau of economic development or, surrender this leadership to others to choose new rules for us, and become mere followers or worst; compromise independence, democracy and freedoms or alternatively, continue being exposed to the destructive consequences of a potentially indefinite, self-consuming global crisis. Finally, it’s about being able to look in the eyes of our sons, daughters and loved ones and feel we’ve chipped-in our share - just as our forefathers did before us - leaving a legacy of themselves in a humble recognition for a gift called life.

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