Advance AI Technology And The Loss Of Jobs Make Work At Home Critical..!

GLOBALIZATION and AUTOMATION – How they are Causing Poverty, Economic Inequality and Insecurity

Published on July 2, 2016

By: Jerry D. Gish CEO: Teamworks Marketing Group, Inc. ExecutiveFoundersTeam@gmail.comMarketing Group, Inc.

What is is the driving force behind poverty, economic inequality and insecurity?

Two big and unstoppable forces:

GLOBALIZATION –  is where someone in America or Europe, as an example, who is accustomed to earning $25/hour to $40/hour…… loses his/her job because current political policies make it very easy to give that job to someone in China or Vietnam who is willing to do the same job for $1/hour to 2/hour. If you live outside America, you might say, who cares what happens in America? You should care, because it WILL affect you too, as I’ll explain in a moment. Continue reading “Advance AI Technology And The Loss Of Jobs Make Work At Home Critical..!”

MarketHive, Oligarchy, Entrepreneurs, and Economic Reformation.

Economic Change Is Needed

The entrepreneur has always been the catalyst of innovation and change in the market place. And, for most nations that had translated into economic growth and stability. But, as we know and are now experiencing, economic instability seems to have become the norm for quite a number of years.

At issue are problems relating to energy resource (primarily oil) and the international currencies that are controlled by the worldwide central banking system. A banking system that supplies unlimited amounts of capital to selected corporate entities. This grouping of central banks and corporation are nothing more or less than a ‘Oligarchy’. That has it’s own agenda and interest in mind and not the interest of the people and nation in which it resides. Continue reading “MarketHive, Oligarchy, Entrepreneurs, and Economic Reformation.”

The Current MLM System As A Viable Business Model Is Fading.

It is my opinion the MLM business approach has long since seen it’s hay days. Of course one might say that there are many example of successful MLM and I would agree. There is Mary Kay, Amway, Herbalife, Primamerica, Youngevity and of course many more. And by the way, I have been a distributor in all aforementioned, except Mary Kay, plus many more. Eventually the internet will provide the ultimate method for consumers to buy and sell what they need or want through a very efficient hybrid of ‘Alibaba’, ‘Amazon’, ‘Ebay’ or even a ‘Craig’s List’ modification. You know what you want, you search for it, you buy it. You have something to sell you list it, and it’s sold. I believe that there will be room for several businesses of this type building on lessons learned from those (2) mentioned above and others. Continue reading “The Current MLM System As A Viable Business Model Is Fading.”