Is it possible to TurnAround the American economy 1 business at a time?

  1. David R Bradley profile image84
    David R Bradleyposted 6 years ago

    Is it possible to TurnAround the American economy 1 business at a time?

    Sunday night (6/19 9pm) on The Nat Geo Channel will premier a show called TurnAround King featuring Grant Cardone who will be helping 2 business (A Golds Gym and a Buick,GMC dealership) on the brink of collapse.  So my question is: is saving the American economy from the inside out the better way to go?  Do we really need the Government to "bail" us out or can we just take action and recreate the economy on our own?

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  2. The Rising Glory profile image80
    The Rising Gloryposted 6 years ago

    If we could just take action and recreate the economy on our own we would be much better off.  Stop bailing out businesses the market has a wonderful way of taking care of itself.

    But to your question, "Is it possible" I doubt it because the government is so intermingled into the affairs of our lives and the American people keep electing more people who want to continue regulating our lives.

    Until enough Americans get fed up with the FED, quit needing someone to take care of them, stop looking for hand outs, and stop trying to sue everyone because of some little stupid disagreement or "Emotional injury" they received we will never get this nation revived.

  3. nightwork4 profile image61
    nightwork4posted 6 years ago

    you have the right idea bud. thinking your government is going to help is how your economy got so messed up in the first place. if everyone took responsibility for their own lives and businesses started treating employees as more then #, the economy would come around soon enough. but instead people are ok with Lady Gaga making $75 million a year,Simon Cowell making over $100 million but they want to complain when a company make a $20million dollar profit, yup, priorities are right on the money there.

 
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