Push either the Red Button or the Green Button

In the current dilemma of the national leaders, the visionaries of the ‘seek and destroy’ doctrine may find pushing a red button an easy exercise. After all, the circus lives on as the top percentile protected in lush heavens and the rest lost in dystopia while high-speed printing of crisp currency in action, economies falling, and life goes on.

Green Button, where green economies may reside, sustainability can thrive, and grassroots prosperity must blossom; it is nightmarishly an impossible task.

Hence, the skill games are different. The mindsets are just the opposite. The knowledge, wisdom, and stamina required to build a real value-creating economy are far too complex than just a ‘seek and destroy’ mentality.

Political power without economic power is no power at all. Economic power without entrepreneurialism is only powerless games of numbers. Nevertheless, little can be expected unless excellent knowledge exists to decipher Mindset Hypotheses, the differences between the job-creator and the job-seeker mindset.

Futurism points to highly advanced needs of talents to achieve far more immense powers and advanced newer challenges, not just wars where both parties lose, but winning for both sides and for advancements of global goals achieving the common good.

As the global populace increasingly gets more connected and informed, hence, the next round of elections in 2024 across the world, the majority will not accept the ‘seek and destroy’ doctrine but rather ‘build and trade’ philosophies. Empty stomachs need long-term solutions to cope easily with climate change challenges. When destruction surrounds, why strive for access to funds as empty promises? Why not redefine grassroots prosperity as a by-product of stability and collaborative peace? 

Digitization has extensively exposed all governments, as visible are their achievements and catastrophes, plus their levels of intellect endlessly repeated on social media showcasing their wisdom behind narratives and policies, the overall intents, desired goals finally, the type and styles of mindsets and their severe limitations for global affairs and creating sustainable economic powers.

Around the world, new thinking is awakening, how to solve humankind’s problems with humankind’s solutions. This global vision alone challenges most leadership on such thinking—the war-weary leaderships in 1941 developed United Nations as the best idea of the period.

The global populace needs global-minded leadership to fix the global roots of economies.

Fact: Job-creator mind is an entrepreneurial mindset. It craves to solve impossible ideas in pursuit of creating and originating strange and new organizations to achieve this. Parallel to this, the job seeker mindsets are highly trained, educated carrier mindsets, which deeply engage and build such organizations and ideas. Both differences are obvious, the passion is identifiably visible, and the bifurcation of directions and risk-taking is openly exposed.

Fact: great success can only be achieved when both types of mindsets are engaged harmoniously toward common goals. Reversing the roles will only work once; recognizing each mindset and clearing the pathways are the best methodologies. Study the last 100 earth-shattering job-creator entrepreneurs and how they created and built global operations with unlimited job-seeker mindsets, creating iconic legends. 

As an advanced level exercise, study how American entrepreneurialism, 100 years ago, led by some 100K entrepreneurs, created entrepreneurial supremacy in America that not only carved the living proof of success as never seen before in history but also lasted over a century, and remains as the most entrepreneurial nation at heart. How China, decades ago, deployed national mobilization of entrepreneurialism and now changing world order. Why is India doing the same for the last couple of decades? India and China alone have created some 500K new entrepreneurs within the last few decades. Asia is already poised to lead with some billion new entrepreneurs by 2025.

If this is not a wake-up call to some 100-plus other nations still trying to understand their SMEs, still blocked behind basic digitization, if any, or lost behind bureaucracies, what would be expected from them in coming decades? To acquire mastery, first identify the greatest mistake of economic thinking.

Nations struggling to attract foreign investment, continuously being rejected for lack of up-skilled citizenry, constant instability, and lack of grassroots prosperity, must discover that the richest but hidden resource is the mining of entrepreneurialism and not some fake mining of crypto-currencies. SME sectors are, in reality, the largest pools of entrepreneurs in need of suitable ponds to swim and grow. Study the greatest error of economic thinking and make a critical path for your national economy.

Where stands your national leadership on such entrepreneurial intellectualism? Where, if any, there exists a national agenda on the national mobilization of SME entrepreneurialism to place high-value SME   exporters on up-skilling and manufacturers of re-skilling to quadruple productivity, performance, and profitability? Why not create fertilized fields of productivity, performance, and profitability so the rains of new technologies and foreign investments will provide rapid growth? What is stopping your departments?

What part of the above narrative is so scary that such discussions are not allowed in most ministries of economies? Why trade groups and chambers are so silent? This SME mobilization challenge is not about websites and plastic awards but economic revolutions and the search for economic warriors. When was the last time this was a significant open debate and bold discussion in your department with some authoritative conclusion?

An audit of current mindsets to find the proper balancing is essential; what will a week-long of audits save the nation and revitalize economic development, and what a deep immersion in such topics will bring as real value confidence to uplift national SME economic sectors.

Such monumental shifts are too complex; new thinking is considered offensive in lingering bureaucracies, and change is pre-declared as forbidden. National mobilization of entrepreneurialism is only conquered when national SMEs are identified, classified, and grouped via vertical demographics, further digitized, placed on up-skilling platforms to improve global exportability, and re-skilling manufacturers to produce better goods and services.

 There is no prosperous national economy unless it has progressive agenda to uplift, up-skill, re-skill, and digitize its national most significant national contributor, the SME Economic sectors, nation by nation, country by country, the free economic world.

Without a more profound understanding, correctingthe greatest error of economic thinking may help many nations surrounded by SMEs, what methodologies are needed to take current ministries and national bureaucracies to transform into driving engines.

Understanding new mathematics of SME sectors: Decades ago, accessible only to multinational enterprises, millions of dollar technologies are now available for less than $1000 to SMEs worldwide. At the same time, expensive million-dollar expertise, once only available to giant enterprises, is now available for $1000. Global knowledge used for business expansion, available for million dollars to multinational corporations now available for $1000 to high-potential SMEs worldwide.

What level of unique skills and depths of understanding is needed at the economics ministries to decipher such new mathematics, and what level of business creation experiences and global marketing skills are required to mold the right messaging and uplift 10% to 50% high potential SMEs across the nation’s and upscale them to enter the big league.

At this stage, this process should evolve into a significant SME economic revolution and a national agenda toward the national mobilization of entrepreneurialism.

The large number of SMEs within a sector, region, or nation is a blessing; now, the national mobilization of SMEs with the full force of technology creates global games of power. The regimented agenda of up-skilling is applied in simultaneous synchronization to create pathways where SMEs grow. Hence, developing strategic plans with precise deployment and mobilization techniques will turn such an advantage into mighty power plays.

Decades ago, a busload of SMEs founders, after months of training, became the winning poster teams for a nation when groups of economic development received some plastic awards to celebrate nationally profiled social media events; what new math needs to be deployed to create national mobilization of 10% to 50% high potential SMEs and uplift many thousands of such SMES on exportability and manufacturing as a standard economic policy and a regimented agenda.

Whether it is a red button, or global recession, or both, what better times to national mobilization of entrepreneurialism, uplift citizenry, up-skill SMEs, and create green economies and pathways for sustainability, but only when the citizenry feels stability, nation-building, and roads to a full stomach and national goals. What are the new lessons unfolding, and brick by brick, BRICS now a new bridge for a new world?

Who is right or who is wrong is no longer important; where is East and where is West is not the point; it is all about who has the wisdom to solve all included global problems. Who collaborates and destroys? What is fakery, and what is the absolute truth? The world’s free economies, where the restless populace is in increasing harmony, are upset with global economic failures.

It is not just the elephant but also a fighting gorilla in the room. Show global mastery of international economic affairs, global populace cometh, lead, follow, or get out of the way. Study more on Google. The rest is easy.

Naseem Javed
Naseem Javed
Naseem Javed, a Canadian born in a printing publishing family of small merchants, settled over two centuries surrounding the Red Fort in Chandni Chowk, Delhi, India. Educated and raised in Karachi, Pakistan, and arrived in Canada fifty years ago. He spent years at the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympics and learned how to create and develop global-stature organizations and events. Acquired global experiences, serviced dozens of Fortune 500 companies as a senior advisor over 25 years, and learned how to commercialize, monetize, and popularize complex ideas globally. Later, in 2000, Naseem took a sabbatical when he noticed markets lost the art of value creation and adopted value manipulation when one million dollar turnover factories traded as 100 million dollar operations in stock exchanges. He took all his high-value knowledge and experiences, placed them in a shoe box, and almost free for the world's 100 million Small and Medium Enterprises. He developed The National Mobilization of Entrepreneurialism Protocols. The rest is history. Now highlighted as a corporate philosopher, the Chair of Expothon Worldwide, and recognized authority on new economic thinking, where the mobilization of small and medium business entrepreneurialism is tabled as the savior of already struggling economies. Expothon has been sharing weekly information with some 2,000 senior officials at the Cabinet level in around 100 countries for the last 50 to 100 weeks. The narratives are an open challenge to current economic development and offer pragmatic solutions and new thinking on mobilizing the untapped talents of the national citizenry. He is a world-class speaker and author, gaining global attention. https://expothon.com