Sunday, November 27, 2011
There is talk of a double dip recession, based on the fact that the world economies are taking too long to recover from the last economic downturn.
Goldman Sachs in 2001 predicted that Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRICs) would dominate global economic markets. At that time it seemed like a fairytale, but in 2010 China surpassed Japan as the second largest economy, while in 2011 Brazil surpassed UK as the sixth largest economy in the world.
China by market capitalization is home to the three largest banks in the world and also home to the worlds biggest reserve of Rare Earth.
India is closing in on Germany as the fourth biggest economy, while Russia with big oil reserves and high human capacity will only need a little fiscal adjustment to also close up the gap.
Why are these BRICS and very few western companies achieving such incredible momentum?
What can we learn ?
How can we apply these lessons to our personal economies?
We know that Google was started by two guys at Stanford hostel. We know that Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard and sold DOS without even owning it. We also know that Steve Jobs started Apple while understudying his mentor.
Apple, as you know, makes its own mobile device hardware as well as software. As a result Microsoft is now talking with Nokia about Windows smartphones. So it only makes sense that Google is seeking similarly tight integration between its mobile hardware Motorola.
One common theme with momentum is the creative production for world market
There are very few places where you can practice both skills
Zazzle allows you to be creative and productive at the same time
Zazzle also allows you to design your own products online and to sell those products directly through zazzle, ebay or amazon as well as having your affiliates promote them.
Sounds great, zazzle is currently the best place to design products online and have them dropshipped direct to your buyers.
This is the best season to launch your creative production
Online holiday shopping reached record levels in 2010. And e-commerce spending is already up this year. All signs point to consumers spending even more online this holiday season
Best wishes, lets us know how much momentum you are gaining