Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Where have all the businessmen gone?

The important thing is not being afraid to take a chance. Remember, the greatest failure is to not try. Once you find something you love to do, be the best at doing it. Debbi Fields, Mrs. Fields Cookies founder

Is it crazy to talk and dream of business success in this season of vicious wars between our mostly corrupt politicians? No! In these politically noisy times, some leftist troublemakers and rightwing fascists are mouthing rubbish theories and fantasizing recklessly of bloody revolution. We must counter these anti-democracy and anti-progress campaign by igniting an entrepreneurial revolution throughout the country that is mass-based, democratic and focused on encouraging a vibrant peoples capitalism of numerous micro, small and medium enterprises. Let us frustrate and shut up the doomsayers who want our society to self-destruct. Let us defy our politicians antics and aggressively promote entrepreneurship! Spread The Gospel Of Entrepreneurship And Hope Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) president Ambassador Donald Dee and presidential adviser on entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion of the RFM Group recently spoke to the young Filipino-Chinese entrepreneurs of Anvil Business Club (ABC) in two separate dinner and luncheon meetings at Café Carrera in Greenhills, San Juan and at the Tower Club, Makati. Recognizing the activist role of Anvil Business Club in championing the spread of the entrepreneurship gospel in the Philippines, both business leaders announced their bold new projects and sought the support of Anvil.

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