J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 10-07-2018

Living Life As A Compassionate Capitalist | Americas Greatest Motivators Keynote

Investment >Innovation>Jobs = Compassionate Capitalism

I renamed my podcast radio show the Compassionate Capitalist Radio Show after the Great Recession in an attempt to plant the seed that all the money needed to grow our economy and create jobs was sitting on the sidelines. So when you take the passion of an entrepreneur and mash it up with the capitalist desires of an investor – you get Compassionate Capitalism. Unlike pure capitalism, compassionate capitalism isn’t just about making money, it is about making money with the purpose of bringing innovation to the market and creating jobs, leading to the wealth triggered when that business continues to a successful exit. Here’s the thing—In America, Compassionate Capitalism has been going on for a long time. Since Angel Investing was first coined as a description of those that invest in private endeavors, with the goal for the company to grow big, go public, and reap the returns on that investment, it has been the game the rich play to get richer. 

Even when there was the dot.com collapse of the market….the angel investors had already made their big return on their money before the stocks collapsed on the stock market. Even with bombs like SnapChat IPO – the Angel Investors and Venture Capitalists make big multiples on their money, as the stock collapsed and those investors that got in on it when it first went public, lost a bunch. Without getting into all the rules covering this new era, lets just say — Anyone can get richer by investing in the entrepreneurial dream…. You don’t have to be an entrepreneur if you can invest in one. Angel Investors that people hear about making a lot of money from investing in Google, Facebook, Uber, or whatever is hot today, didn’t do it alone, and rarely just got lucky on making that great investment as their only investment. 

The problem is that 90% of the people that could qualify to be an angel investor are either too busy with running their own company or in their executive position to commit the time the traditional angel groups require or they are geographically located not near an established angel group. A way to get the primer for angel investing and jump-start getting started identifying and vetting deals to find the ones that are right for your capacity to invest and your risk tolerance. It is my, the author’s, investment in YOU the future Compassionate Capitalist. 

Keywords: [“Compassionate”,”Angel”,”money”]
Source: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/investment-innovationjobs-compassionate-capitalism-karen-rands

Beyond Kinder, Gentler Capitalism

The vast majority of the population is responsible for the creation of that wealth through work. The problem is one of distribution: resources are concentrated in the hands of a few economic elites, instead of being shared among the workers whose labor created it. CEOs at major US firms make over three hundred times what the typical worker does. Meanwhile American workers’ pay stagnates, the cost of living skyrockets, and the dwindling social safety net functions less as the guaranteed foundation of a good life than as a public subsidy for capitalists who refuse to pay their workers a living wage. You’ve got one guy, Jeff Bezos of Amazon, his wealth is increasing every single day by $250 million, but he pays many of his workers wages that are so low than many of them are on food stamps or on Medicaid. 

It’s what capitalism trends toward, even when we try our best to contain it. To survive, workers are compelled to compete with other workers to sell their labor on the open market, prompting a race to the bottom. In order for their enterprises to stay afloat and to keep from becoming workers themselves, bosses are forced to compete with other bosses to maximize profit, which requires them to squeeze as much labor from workers for as little cost as possible, while also pressuring the state to deregulate industry, cut taxes, and so on. The wealth bosses were accruing during that period still made them much more powerful than workers. Saving capitalism is a heavy lift, and an end to inequality and class conflict under capitalism is structurally impossible. 

If we’re going to invest in an ambitious political project, we’re better off setting our sights on a horizon beyond capitalism and on a new economic order, one that’s oriented around public well-being instead of private profits. At its core, it involves recognizing that the resources for a beautiful and fair world already exist – thanks to the labor of workers – and that those resources should be spent enriching the lives of the many instead of the elite few. 

Keywords: [“work”,”capitalism”,”wealth”]
Source: https://www.jacobinmag.com/2018/08/capitalism-inequality-worker-control-elizabeth-warren

Infosys salary row: Narayana Murthy’s single-minded focus on compassionate capitalism is commendable

It’s easy to look at Narayana Murthy’s open letter on executive compensation as the first salvo of the second round between the Infosys veteran and current management led by Vishal Sikka. Murthy addressed the letter to select Alpha journalists who never miss an opportunity and made his instructions clear. It’s easier still to be deliberately mischievous and see Murthy’s sharp words singling out Chief Operating Officer Pravin Rao as an expression of discomfort of the changing internal dynamics at Infosys. Rao was Murthy’s protégé, and probably still is; a fact Murthy explicitly brings out. At the risk of paraphrasing Murthy’s core thoughts, the veteran’s letter is more about the specific nature and character of capitalism that India needs to nurture for future generations, rather than about boardroom wars. 

In the Indian corporate landscape, Murthy is a rare titan whose rootedness to values of equity and fairness is monkish. Yes Murthy still considers India a poor country, and quite rightly so considering that close to 60 percent of the country still lives on less than Rs 140 a day. Murthy’s parting shot in the letter is as telling about the current nature of capitalism in India, as it is about what the nature of capitalism in the country needs to be. In such a scenario, it might seem that Murthy is being too idealistic and possibly quite out of sync with the rest of the world. Murthy’s advocacy of compassionate capitalism has strong roots in the Nordic and Scandinavian models of corporate capitalism that not only engages intensively with a social welfare state, but also puts self-restraining caps on executive salaries. 

Murthy is pointing to a model of capitalism that’s fundamentally different from the one that’s increasingly practiced in India. Instead of looking at Murthy’s letter only from the prism of Infosys and its changing dynamics, it would do all of us a world of good if we start looking at it as the first step to debating the contours of a new model of equitable capitalism for an emerging India. 

Keywords: [“Murthy”,”capitalism”,”India”]
Source: https://www.firstpost.com/business/infosys-salary-row-narayana-murthys-single-minded-focus-on-compassionate-capitalism-is-commendable-3365546.html

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-07-2018


Compassionate Capitalism With David Meltzer

Social welfare: Between capitalism & Islam – The Muslimah Diaries

Zakiah A. Welfare in Britain has had a long and tumultuous journey; from parishes and poorhouses to a pension for over 70s, the social care system has taken many forms. Over the years the service has grown to include housing, Jobseeker’s Allowance, disability allowance, child benefits and other various pockets of social welfare depending on local councils and their own allocation of funds. Britain’s social services have never enjoyed the spotlight as much as they do now, and with sensationalized articles telling us how badly our benefits system is being abused with alarming regularity, it’s no wonder. The single mother with more children than she can afford; the lay-about with no job; the drug-addict spending their monthly allowance on a single high; the immigrant using their benefits cheques to build a villa in their home country, are but a few well-recognised stereotypes of the people using and abusing the UK social welfare system – and the reason why cuts to this sector should be justified. 

In the 7thcentury there were so few people who needed benefits that the national treasury had no one to give money to. People paid 2.5% of their income towards taxation and were advised to make use of their assets or risk having them repossessed by the state. So though it was not private villas and paradise for everyone across the board, a system was in place to ensure people’s basic needs were being met. The Islam economic system bans hoarding of wealth and has policies, which prevent certain monopolies in order to actively encourage circulation and distribution of wealth. Caring for the less fortunate and donating wealth to charity is also lauded as a positive thing with immeasurable benefits in a future life and a sense of responsibility to help others insteadof fearing a loss of their own wealth by doing so. 

These few regulations barely scratch the surface of the depth of the economic system Islam advocates. It is already clear that unlike capitalism, Islam views people are not just workhorses or consumers who should be responsible for their own success or downfall but members of a society who should be looking out for their collective well-being. No matter which silver-tongued politician/too-tanned buffoon/down-to-earth rebel is head of the government, you cannot escape the truth of the system; the rules of the game are set. 

Keywords: [“system”,”people”,”wealth”]
Source: https://themuslimahdiaries.com/2018/05/02/social-welfare-between…

Larsen: The U.S. can’t fund compassion if it has no money

When the math itself comes into question, we are left to partisan interpretations – and that creates a polarizing situation. Such is the case in an exchange between a liberal Nobel Prize-winning economist and two respected conservative policy analysts. There is one mathematical projection earning consensus from the likes of PolitiFact, the Heritage Foundation, Business Insider, U.S. News and the Weekly Standard: Entitlement spending is out of control, and within the next 20 years, the three major entitlements – Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid – along with interest on the national debt, will consume 100 percent of all tax revenue. That fact demands that we move beyond politicized interpretation and get to real solutions, because if entitlements and debt consume all tax revenue, our stability and compassion as a nation are at risk. 

It’s been five decades since President Lyndon Johnson launched the War on Poverty. After $25 trillion spent on programs, the U.S. poverty rate has not changed much, and our nation is still home to about 43 million people living in poverty. Both parties already concede we might rethink how we assist the poor, and there are indications that welfare reforms have worked. Second would be a walk in the shoes of the other side: If liberals really care about ending poverty – and I believe they do – they should be the most steadfast of budget hawks, ensuring not one dime that could help the poor be lost to fraud and growing bureaucracy. 

They should acknowledge that poverty ends – really ends – only when people become self-sufficient. Unless we return to the notion of welfare as temporary, there will be nothing left for those who are truly in need of long-term assistance. Third, majority conservatives should demonstrate compassion by ending corporate welfare, balancing the budget, privatizing functions better left to the private sector and updating the tax code in a meaningful way. Brookings Institute research shows that poverty is complex, with at least five major contributing causes: work rates, wages, family composition, education and immigration. 

Keywords: [“poverty”,”welfare”,”left”]
Source: https://www.deseretnews.com/article/900013660/larsen-the-us-cant…

John Hawkins’ Right Wing News

Liberals view themselves as good people because they’re liberals. 1) Only liberals would be cruel enough to pick on kids running lemonade stands with a permit, children putting on Christmas plays at school and the Boy Scouts. 4) Liberals are actually bothered by people who do love America. 8) Liberals believe in taking money from people who earn it, handing it out as bribes in order to get more power and then using that power to hurt the people that are giving them money. 10) Liberals view hooking people on welfare and food stamps as a core part of their election strategy, which is terrible for the country, shows they have no character and requires more than a little hatred for poor people. 11) The dumbest, most close-minded and mean spirited people in all of politics are inevitably liberals who are convinced they’re brilliant, open-minded and compassionate because they call themselves liberals. 12) A policy that makes liberals feel superior and caring that doesn’t work and wastes billions is considered a smashing success because they genuinely DON’T CARE WHETHER THEIR POLICIES ACTUALLY HELP PEOPLE OR NOT. 13) The same liberal who pretends to be angry about Susan Smith or Casey Anthony will then turn around and give the thumbs up to women who do the same thing to their children via abortion. It’s because the kid’s parents are interested in educating him while his liberal teachers view public schools as just another way to indoctrinate children. Down the road, after liberals finally join everyone else, they try to claim that conservatives still support all the practices that we fought liberals on from the beginning. 19) Liberals think black Americans are inferior to whites, which is why the worst, most crime-ridden places to live in America are inevitably run by liberals. That’s acceptable to liberals because they don’t think black Americans deserve any better. 20) A liberal is more likely to support a man who murders a cop like Mumia Abu Jamal than cops who want to regularly patrol a bad neighborhood in force to keep the criminals from terrorizing the innocent people who live there. 

Keywords: [“liberal”,”people”,”think”]
Source: http://rightwingnews.com/john-hawkins/25-reasons-to-dislike-liberals

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 05-14-2018

Competitive Enterprise Institute

It’s much more fashionable to attack Adam Smith these days than to read him. Yes, he favored economic liberalism, which wasn’t exactly in style in his time. There are two main drivers behind Smithian liberalism, neither of them cold or calculating. The foundation of Smith’s moral theory is the impartial spectator theory. Smith is well known for being an ardent free trader. 

The second driver of Smith’s brand of market capitalism is compassion for the poor. Liberalism properly understood – free markets, free trade, free migration, etc. Creates more wealth more quickly than any other economic system. In Smith’s time, the average person worldwide made around $3 per day. Today, in countries that have embraced liberalism, you can make $100 a day and consider yourself middle class. 

Rejecting liberalism means forcing the poor to miss out on the Great Fact. Smith favored liberalism because it is not only moral, it makes life better for the poor. 

Keywords: [“liberalism”,”Smith”,”trade”]
Source: https://cei.org/blog/compassion-adam-smith

Compassionate Capitalism: People Helping People Help Themselves

A plan that has made him one of America’s richest men, and that has made Amway one of the great corporate success stories of our time. Compassionate Capitalism spells out clearly and eloquently the guiding principles and concrete steps to making your life and your world better. Rich DeVos shows how your energy, your ambition, and your spirit of enterprise can travel together down a path in which the spirit of capitalism and moral values inextricably merge. Interweaving his own amazing story with vivid personal histories of men and women around the world, Rich DeVos illustrates both how success is achieved and what it truly means. He demonstrates that compassionate capitalism is the only solution to the most crucial issues of our time, and to the many other challenges that face us in the closing decade of this century and in the beginning of the next. 

Keywords: [“capitalism”,”DeVos”,”Rich”]
Source: https://books.google.com/books/about/Compassionate_Capitalism.html?id=dvTfTnnjxOsC

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There are lots of wealthy people out there but most aren’t truly happy. This is largely because they aren’t fulfilling a higher purpose with their businesses, they’re simply out there trying to survive in the often cutthroat business world. Contrary to a lot of advice you may have heard out there on how to successfully build a prosperous business, DeVos claims that integrating compassion for your fellow man with lucrative opportunities is the real secret to security and happiness. It’s the knowledge that what you’re doing is making a difference that makes you feel worthy of the privilege and comfort of wealth. Even before the wealth comes, having a compassionate attitude along with sound business acumen goes a long way towards increasing your chances of attaining wealth and influence. 

A great book written in a language anyone can understand. 

Keywords: [“business”,”wealth”,”out”]
Source: https://www.amazon.in/Compassionate-Capitalism-Rich-DeVos/dp/0452270510

Entrepreneurs + Investors + Funded Innovation + Generational Wealth + Compassionate Capitalism

History has shown that the Greatest Wealth is Created through Entrepreneurism. Every Innovation that improves our lives came from an Entrepreneur with an idea; a strategy to succeed; and the funding to execute. The Good News: You don’t have to start a great company when you can invest in a great company and reap the same rewards as the founders. Recent regulatory changes have made that easier than ever to happen. We help Entrepreneurs and Investors create their legacy in the innovation they bring to market and the generational wealth they create. 

The men and women who take the road less traveled and invest in exciting private companies before they go public, have the opportunity that few realize – create wealth, leave a legacy of innovation, and have personal pride in knowing they impacted their community with new jobs and opportunities. 

Keywords: [“create”,”company”,”Innovation”]
Source: https://www.karenrands.co/

National Network of Angel Investors

All of these terms are buzz words for a simple concept. Investing in a small business when they are still private and have tremendous growth potential, so that the value of that stock creates a multiple on your money when they get sold or go public. The National Network of Angel Investors is the 4th generation of an angel investor group started in 1994, the Network of Business Acquirers and Investors. It is made up of angel groups that are forming all over the United States for a singular purpose – to have a direct impact on growing their wealth while increasing the jobs in the market and funding innovation. When you are ready to start angel investing, you’ll gain exclusive access to screened and vetted entrepreneurial endeavors with tremendous potential. 

Keywords: [“Angel”,”investor”,”start”]
Source: http://nationalnetworkofangelinvestors.com/

Why Pope Francis wants us to stop worshipping capitalism

Pope Francis’ upcoming visit to the U.S. next week is generating huge interest and expectation. Part of that excitement is rooted in the different tone the pope has taken on a number of issues, from marriage to the role of women in the church. He has also issued a tough critique of capitalism and called for more action on climate change. We kick off our coverage of the pope’s trip, which will continue all next week, with a look at those issues from our economics correspondent Paul Solman. 

It’s part of our weekly series Making Sense, which airs every Thursday on the NewsHour. 

Keywords: [“issues”,”Pope”,”Part”]
Source: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/pope-francis-wants-us-stop-worshipping-capitalism

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 02-16-2018

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Capitalism Doesn’t Cause the Wealth Gap

If I were to ask you what do you think is the primary reason for this gap or this – well, we’ll call it a gap between the wealthy and the middle class that seems to be getting wider, why do you think the wealth of this country is not fairly distributed? And by that I don’t mean why isn’t government fair with distribution. BREAK TRANSCRIPT. RUSH: Now, there are a lot of reasons for the wealth gap, and I’d rather refer to it as “The distribution of wealth,” because that does happen. You simply cannot have a fair and equitable distribution of wealth handled by a central command-and-control authority or government, because they first have to take the wealth, and once they take it, you don’t have it. The gap between the rich and poor – however you want to describe this – the concentration of wealth in the hands of a few, the 1%. That gap has grown, and the reason is that wealthy have gotten wealthier. The amount of welfare In other words, the amount of money that a government pays people not to work is also going to contribute to the wealth gap. You might ask, “Well, how can that be, Rush? I mean, if you’re giving people?” Well, in the first place, the money we’re giving them isn’t counted as income, so the wealth gap doesn’t have that number tabulated. There’s nothing in capitalism that says, “Print a bunch of money and buy stocks or equity with it.” That’s something that big-government socialists and autocrats do when they have the power and authority over the money supply. My point to you here is the socialists, the big-government types, use this gap between the rich and the poor and the concentration of wealth growing in the 1%, and they’re gonna blame capitalism for it. It was something that really ticked me off about some liberal explanation for the wealth gap and why the rich keep getting richer, and it was all because of capitalism. CALLER: The division between the rich and the poor is that the poor have their wealth in cash, and the rich have their wealth in things.

Keywords: [“Stock”,”wealth”,”market”]
Source: https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2015/01/30/capitalism_doesn_t…

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J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 02-09-2018

Compassionate Capitalism by Rich DeVos, Rich Devos |, Paperback

Compassionate capitalism? How could that be? Doesn’t “Capitalism” mean “Dog-eat-dog, law of the jungle, every person for himself”? Rich DeVos, co-founder and former president of Amway, responds to this hard-nosed approach with a resounding “No.” He offers more than a vision in this extraordinary book. A plan that has made him one of America’s richest men, and that has made Amway one of the great corporate success stories of our time. Compassionate Capitalism spells out clearly and eloquently the guiding principles and concrete steps to making your life and your world better. Rich DeVos shows how your energy, your ambition, and your spirit of enterprise can travel together down a path in which the spirit of capitalism and moral values inextricably merge. Interweaving his own amazing story with vivid personal histories of men and women around the world, Rich DeVos illustrates both how success is achieved and what it truly means. He demonstrates that compassionate capitalism is the only solution to the most crucial issues of our time, and to the many other challenges that face us in the closing decade of this century and in the beginning of the next.

Keywords: [“capitalism”,”DeVos”,”Rich”]
Source: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/compassionate-capitalism-rich-devos/1001895513

Nonfiction Book Review: Compassionate Capitalism by Rich DeVos, Author, Richard M. Devos, Author Dutton Books $22 ISBN 978-0-525-93567-4

Recently there has been a deluge of books on managerial theory, “how-to” scenarios and inspirational tomes about the “good life,” but rarely can an author combine these genres. DeVos, co-founder and retired president of Amway, does so effectively with this study of how to be entrepreneurial, successful and compassionate. Offering dozens of emotional anecdotes about struggling and then successful people he knew at Amway, DeVos develops an intriguing 16-part “Credo for Compassionate Capitalism” that draws heavily on the Judeo-Christian ethical tradition, then melds its precepts with those of capitalism. His thoughts on helping others, racial and religious toleration and the environment are impressive, as are his positions on credit availability and business behavior. Of obvious interest to Amway’s two million distributors, his book should also have strong appeal for general readers.

Keywords: [“Amway”,”Capitalism”,”DeVos”]
Source: https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-525-93567-4

Compassionate Capitalism: How Corporations Can Make Doing Good an Integral Part of Doing Well: Marc Benioff, Karen Southwick: 9781564147141: Amazon.com: Books

MARC BENIOFF is CEO and chairman of salesforce.com, a leading provider of online business applications, and creator of the salesforce.com Foundation. A former sales and marketing executive at Oracle Corporation, he is now enlisting his energy and ambition in building a new model for global philanthropy, as portrayed in this book. KAREN SOUTHWICK is an experienced journalist who has worked for several magazines, including Forbes ASAP and Upside, and metropolitan daily newspapers, including the San Francisco Chronicle. She has written four books on the business side of technology, most recently Everyone Else Must Fail: The Unvarnished Truth about Oracle and Larry Ellison, published in November 2003 by Random House/Crown. She is currently an executive editor at CNET News.com. This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Keywords: [“salesforce.com”,”business”,”executive”]
Source: https://www.amazon.com/Compassionate-Capitalism-Corporations-Doing-Integral/dp/1564147142

Entrepreneurs + Investors + Funded Innovation + Generational Wealth + Compassionate Capitalism

History has shown that the Greatest Wealth is Created through Entrepreneurism. Every Innovation that improves our lives came from an Entrepreneur with an idea; a strategy to succeed; and the funding to execute. The Good News: You don’t have to start a great company when you can invest in a great company and reap the same rewards as the founders. Recent regulatory changes have made that easier than ever to happen. We help Entrepreneurs and Investors create their legacy in the innovation they bring to market and the generational wealth they create. The men and women who take the road less traveled and invest in exciting private companies before they go public, have the opportunity that few realize – create wealth, leave a legacy of innovation, and have personal pride in knowing they impacted their community with new jobs and opportunities.

Keywords: [“Wealth”,”create”,”company”]
Source: http://www.karenrands.co/

How to Create Compassionate Capitalism in Business-David Metzler 01/18 by The Bottom Line Show LIVE

David Meltzer is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Sports 1 Marketing where he utilizes his relationship capital and situational knowledge to secure diverse business opportunities for all our clients and partners. David has spent the last 25 years as an entrepreneur and executive in the legal, technology, and sports and entertainment fields with expertise across many industry verticals. David launched his career in sports at the world’s most notable sports agency, Leigh Steinberg Sports & Entertainment, serving as CEO, where along with Leigh and Warren, negotiated over $2 billion in sports and entertainment contracts. David sits on numerous boards including JUST capital, OCTANE business incubator, Celebvidy, Rose Bowl Foundation, Transformational Leadership Council, Unstoppable Foundation, among several others.

Keywords: [“Sports”,”David”,”entertainment”]
Source: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thebottomlineshow/2017/01/18/how-to-create-compassionate-capitalism-in-business-david-metzler

Narayana Murthy and Compassionate Capitalism

Narayana Murthy’s roles at Infosys Technologies-as a co-founder, longtime CEO, and nonexecutive chairman and chief mentor-has been marked by explosive growth, demanding management challenges, and widely lauded company leadership. His personal leadership philosophy has been articulated through and driven by his philosophy of “Compassionate capitalism.” Profiles Murthy’s philosophy and leadership principles. Traces the development of Murthy as a child, scholar, businessman, and political and social activist. Traces the links between Murthy’s principles and the business practices that repeatedly brought Infosys Technologies recognition as one of India’s most admired and best managed companies. Raises questions in his mind about the place of philanthropic principles in the management of a business enterprise.

Keywords: [“Murthy”,”philosophy”,”leadership”]
Source: https://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Pages/item.aspx?num=32597

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 02-06-2018

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Source: https://www.facebook.com/Compassionate-Capitalism-1675919916002744

Buy Compassionate Capitalism Book Online at Low Prices in India

There are lots of wealthy people out there but most aren’t truly happy. This is largely because they aren’t fulfilling a higher purpose with their businesses, they’re simply out there trying to survive in the often cutthroat business world. DeVos explains what it takes to make your business a positive force in the world; “Positive” by virtually any standard. Contrary to a lot of advice you may have heard out there on how to successfully build a prosperous business, DeVos claims that integrating compassion for your fellow man with lucrative opportunities is the real secret to security and happiness. It’s the knowledge that what you’re doing is making a difference that makes you feel worthy of the privilege and comfort of wealth. Even before the wealth comes, having a compassionate attitude along with sound business acumen goes a long way towards increasing your chances of attaining wealth and influence. A great book written in a language anyone can understand. I don’t have any complaints, but I refrain from giving it five stars because it didn’t “Knock my socks off!” Highly recommended reading for anyone looking to understand the attitudes and principles necessary for *true* success.

Keywords: [“business”,”wealth”,”out”]
Source: http://www.amazon.in/Compassionate-Capitalism-Rich-DeVos/dp/0452270510

“Capitalism & Compassion: Why Morality Matters in a Market Economy” a talk by Dr. Arthur C. Brooks & Mr. Gurcharan Das at Godrej Auditorium, WWF, 172-B Lodhi Estate > 6pm to 7:15pm on 20th November 2014

For free registration, send in your confirmation to samarth. In much of the world, including India, the free enterprise system has come to be associated by many with material greed, or wealth creation for its own sake. President of the American Enterprise Institute, Dr. Arthur C. Brooks believes that supporters of the free market system need to develop a new way of addressing the big human questions of our time. Based on both empirical research conducted as an economist-as well as interactions with some of the world’s leading spiritual figures, including the Dalai Lama and Sri Sri Ravi Shankar-Dr. Brooks argues that supporters of free enterprise must make not just an economic case, but also a moral case for their ideas. Exploring the dilemma over making money and doing good, Ananta Centre presents a candid conversation between Dr. Brooks and India’s acclaimed author and commentator, Mr. Gurcharan Das on ‘Capitalism and Compassion: Why Morality Matters in a Market Economy’ Speaker : Dr. Arthur C. Brooks, President, American Enterprise InstituteMr. Gurcharan Das, Indian Author and Commentator.

Keywords: [“free”,”enterprise”,”Brooks”]
Source: http://www.delhievents.com/2014/11/capitalism-compassion-why-morality.html

Top 10 Reasons To Hate Capitalism Why Is Bad 2018

Capitalism pits one another in a race to reach a fictitious goal – that of wealth. Yes capitalism is bad Because history and current events prove it is wrong and we are educated and informed. Regulations came into being because so many bad businesses were doing so many evil things to destroy other companies. I explained back in 2013 that there is a big difference between being pro-market and being pro-business. With the passage of the tax reform bill, corporations across America celebrated by passing on some of the tax savings they would receive on to their workers. It has been only a couple of weeks since President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cut and Jobs Act into law, but the legislation is already springing into action by offering the country a raise. Despite the plan containing many flaws, one part of the Republican tax bill – the corporate tax rate – is opening the wallets of Corporate America. When the GOP slashed the corporate tax rate from 35% to. These concerns did not influence significantly the actual preferences of voters. The thing is that there are no time machines to whisk us back to an earlier age so we can correct a bad decision or rephrase a careless comment.

Keywords: [“tax”,”bad”,”corporate”]
Source: https://iswhen.org/tag/why-capitalism-is-bad

The Compassionate Hunter’s Guidebook

Wild meat, hunted in a responsible way, is one of the most healthful, sustainable foods possible. Depending on how it is done, hunting can be as local, intimate and humane as it gets. Aside from this, it demands the hunter enter a world of awareness, wildness, life and death that as a culture we have lost connection to. The Compassionate Hunter’s Guidebook is a guide for those that come to the act of hunting with pure intentions, motivated by a desire for healthy food that comes directly from the land where they live. This practical manual suggests that hunting is not a ‘sport’ and the animals whose lives are taken are not ‘game’. Understanding your prey; Tools, techniques and preparation; The act of the hunt; From forest to table – processing, preserving and preparing your kill. A unique and comprehensive, fully-illustrated guide to the complexity, ethics and spirit of the hunt, The Compassionate Hunter is a must-read for beginning and experienced hunters alike. It will appeal to anyone who wishes to delve more deeply into the complex, humbling and ultimately profound reality of our relationship with the food that nourishes us.

Keywords: [“hunt”,”food”,”live”]
Source: http://www.newsociety.com/Books/C/The-Compassionate-Hunter-s-Guidebook

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 02-06-2018

Compassionate Capitalism with Stephanie Tobor

My organization, Green Apple Supply, has truly been a labor of love. The organization is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and operates on narrow margins to make eco-products more competitive in the mainstream marketplace. We have also created Partner eStores, which offers nonprofit and for-profit organizations an additional mission-aligned revenue stream. Green Apple Supply is part of a larger movement toward “Compassionate Capitalism,” a model for both nonprofit and for-profit entities that prioritizes passion over profits in order to make a more just, socially-responsible economy the norm, rather than the alternative. I’m striving to make Green Apple Supply a case study for how the healthiest, most environmentally friendly products on the market can also be the most economical. Straddling the fence as both a funder and a nonprofit executive has increased my awareness of the gap between a nonprofit’s needs and the desires and expectations of the funding community. As I’ve grown Green Apple Supply, I’ve been profoundly inspired by the power of women’s networks. Stephanie Tobor has been a member of Rachel’s Network since 2013. She is the founder of Green Apple Supply, an executive advisor to the Plastic Pollution Coalition, and an avid supporter of Mission Blue, an ocean conservation initiative. Stephanie and her family live naturally in Evergreen, Colorado.

Keywords: [“Supply”,”nonprofit”,”Apple”]
Source: https://rachelsnetwork.org/compassionate-capitalism

Compare Capitalism to Driving a Car

When a certain man asked Jesus to tell his brothers to give him his share of the family inheritance, Jesus cautioned the man about his attitudes. Jesus told a parable about a rich man who had a productive farm and built bigger barns to store all of his grain and goodsso he could relax and prop up his feet. Jesus spoke to the lesson of the parable as “Being rich toward God”. A disciple of Jesus must not lose sight of the transitory nature of possessions. Jesus rebuked the Pharisees for being “Full of greed and self indulgence” and “Lovers of money”. At first glance these cautions concerning seeking wealth may seem drastically opposed to capitalism. It seems like capitalism encourages the pursuit of wealth and these warnings seem to discourage it. The New Testament does not eliminate the teachings of the Old Testament. So in the New Testament we find cautions that help to navigate the dangers of the capitalistic lifestyle God taught the Hebrews in the Old Testament. “We can compare capitalism to driving an automobile. A person may travel fast and great distances by driving a car, however if one is careless they can harm others or easily end up in a ditch. Similarly, application of capitalistic principles will greatly facilitate the accumulation of wealth, however there are dangers involved for self and others.”

Keywords: [“Jesus”,”wealth”,”Testament”]
Source: https://futurenhope.com/2017/12/27/compare-capitalism-to-driving-a-car

‘Compassionate capitalism,’ another name for social entrepreneurship

To achieve successful social entrepreneurship, one should be “Even more” creative and innovative as such endeavors seek not just to make profits but also to create a better society, Penny Low, founder of the Social Innovation Park, said in an interview with The Korea Herald on Monday. Low has been leading the nonprofit organization that promotes social entrepreneurship. “Charity is a hand-out, and there are certain organizations that need funds from outside. But social enterprise is more about hand-up. If a social entrepreneur has right causes, people and funds will automatically follow,” Low said. Calling social entrepreneurship “Compassionate capitalism,” Low underscored that education from an early age is key to fostering social entrepreneurship that can solve disparity. KH: What would be the three important attributes for social entrepreneurship? For social entrepreneurship, you just add, “Even more” in front of them. Another name for social entrepreneurship is compassionate capitalism. Can social entrepreneurship counter the disparity issue? The company might not have started as a social enterprise, but it clearly has social missions itself. KH: Any advice for countries that are currently on the beginning stage of developing education programs designed to help social entrepreneurship settle in?

Keywords: [“social”,”entrepreneurship”,”Low”]
Source: http://tm.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20171114000811

Justice, capitalism and progress: Paul Tudor Jones II at TED2015

Can capital be just? As a firm believer in capitalism and the free market, Paul Tudor Jones II believes that it can be. Jones is the founder of the Tudor Investment Corporation and the Tudor Group, which trade in the fixed-income, equity, currency and commodity markets. He thinks it is time to expand the “Narrow definitions of capitalism” that threaten the underpinnings of our society and develop a new model for corporate profit that includes justness and responsibility. It’s a good time for companies: in the US, corporate revenues are at their highest point in 40 years. The problem, Jones points out, is that as profit margins grow, so does income inequality. Jones proposes a fourth way: just corporate behavior. He formed Just Capital, a not-for-profit that aims to increase justness in companies. Ultimately, Jones hopes, the free market will take hold and reward the companies that are the most just. “Capitalism has driven just about every great innovation that has made our world a more prosperous, comfortable and inspiring place to live. But capitalism has to be based on justice and moralityand never more so than today with economic divisions large and growing.” This is not an argument against progress, Jones emphasizes.

Keywords: [“Jones”,”capitalism”,”Tudor”]
Source: https://blog.ted.com/justice-capitalism-and-progress-paul-tudor…

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 02-03-2018

The Book of Life

In modern times, one of the criticisms you’ll sometimes hear people make. Glamour is the reflexive sheen afforded to people and things by the approval of. We don’t think we hate cheap things – but we frequently behave as if we. One key thing that can go wrong in our thinking about a career is that we get. ‘Creativity’ is one of the most prestigious ideas of modern times and as a.Authentic Work. One of the ideas that circulates below the surface of modern life is that work. People have been making pornography for a very long time. One of the things that separates confident from diffident people is their sense. Modern life is, in many ways, founded around the idea of progress: the notion. Most of the time, successful modern life involves lots of technology,. One of the unexpectedly important things that art can do for us is teach us how. If the idea of being a ‘modern’ person and leading a ‘modern’ life.

Keywords: [“thing”,”time”,”modern”]
Source: http://www.thebookoflife.org/category/capitalism

Nonfiction Book Review: Compassionate Capitalism by Rich DeVos, Author, Richard M. Devos, Author Dutton Books $22 ISBN 978-0-525-93567-4

Recently there has been a deluge of books on managerial theory, “how-to” scenarios and inspirational tomes about the “good life,” but rarely can an author combine these genres. DeVos, co-founder and retired president of Amway, does so effectively with this study of how to be entrepreneurial, successful and compassionate. Offering dozens of emotional anecdotes about struggling and then successful people he knew at Amway, DeVos develops an intriguing 16-part “Credo for Compassionate Capitalism” that draws heavily on the Judeo-Christian ethical tradition, then melds its precepts with those of capitalism. His thoughts on helping others, racial and religious toleration and the environment are impressive, as are his positions on credit availability and business behavior. Of obvious interest to Amway’s two million distributors, his book should also have strong appeal for general readers.

Keywords: [“Amway”,”Capitalism”,”DeVos”]
Source: https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-525-93567-4

Entrepreneurs + Investors + Funded Innovation + Generational Wealth + Compassionate Capitalism

History has shown that the Greatest Wealth is Created through Entrepreneurism. Every Innovation that improves our lives came from an Entrepreneur with an idea; a strategy to succeed; and the funding to execute. The Good News: You don’t have to start a great company when you can invest in a great company and reap the same rewards as the founders. Recent regulatory changes have made that easier than ever to happen. We help Entrepreneurs and Investors create their legacy in the innovation they bring to market and the generational wealth they create. The men and women who take the road less traveled and invest in exciting private companies before they go public, have the opportunity that few realize – create wealth, leave a legacy of innovation, and have personal pride in knowing they impacted their community with new jobs and opportunities.

Keywords: [“Wealth”,”create”,”company”]
Source: http://www.karenrands.co

Compassionate Capitalism: How Corporations Can Make Doing Good an Integral Part of Doing Well by Marc Benioff, Karen Southwick[PDF] Ebook Download

What if every corporation in the world devoted one percent of its revenues, one percent of its employees’ time, and one percent of its stock to the communities it serves? What would happen? It would change the world. This book suggests that such a radical change is possible, and lays out the blueprint to do so, with a radically new model in which companies leverage all of their assets-including employees, equity, products, and relationships-in order to provide real value to the communities in which they operate. Case studies look at how both large and small companies, have structured their philanthropy programs for maximum effectiveness and true integration. Here is the essential guide for everyone, from the newly minted entrepreneur to the Fortune 500 CEO who wants to ensure that doing business goes hand in hand with doing good.

Keywords: [“percent”,”employees”,”world”]
Source: https://academicebook.com/ebooks/compassionate-capitalism-1817358

Narayana Murthy and Compassionate Capitalism

Narayana Murthy’s roles at Infosys Technologies-as a co-founder, longtime CEO, and nonexecutive chairman and chief mentor-has been marked by explosive growth, demanding management challenges, and widely lauded company leadership. His personal leadership philosophy has been articulated through and driven by his philosophy of “Compassionate capitalism.” Profiles Murthy’s philosophy and leadership principles. Traces the development of Murthy as a child, scholar, businessman, and political and social activist. Traces the links between Murthy’s principles and the business practices that repeatedly brought Infosys Technologies recognition as one of India’s most admired and best managed companies. Raises questions in his mind about the place of philanthropic principles in the management of a business enterprise.

Keywords: [“Murthy”,”philosophy”,”leadership”]
Source: http://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Pages/item.aspx?num=32597

Compassionate capitalism in the Middle Ages: Profit and philanthropy in medieval Cambridge

Contemporary businesses are frequently challenged to invest the profits from their commercial successes into projects that benefit society. This is not a new concept – this column reports that it began as early as the medieval period. Profits from property speculation in the Middle Ages were re-invested into local communities. Compassionate capitalism involved high levels of charitable giving to hospitals, monasteries, churches, and colleges, which helped to disseminate the economic benefits of investments from individuals to the wider community. This entry was posted on May 9, 2017 at 1:59 pm and is filed under Academic research & research papers, Economics – macro, micro etc. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

Keywords: [“profits”,”community”,”benefit”]
Source: https://mostlyeconomics.wordpress.com/2017/05/09/compassionate…

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 02-02-2018

Kylie Jenner: A lesson in compassion & capitalism

Thank God for the Kardashians! I bet you thought you’d never hear me say that. The Kardashian name is synonymous with big butts, beautiful faces, glitz, glamour and deep pockets. After Kylie Jenner’s handsome donation of $1 million to Smile Train, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide support and corrective surgery for children in developing countries with the birth condition known as cleft palate, according to ET online.com, you can add the word “Generous” to that list. Kylie, the 19-year-old reality TV star and youngest daughter of Kris and Bruce Jenner, was photographed holding baby Mia at the Delgado Clinic in Lima, Peru. Baby Mia had recently undergone surgery for her cleft palate at the clinic. Fans of Kylie Jenner who grew up watching the Kardashians may know that she was very insecure about her looks on the show, particularly concerning her lips. Can you imagine all the pressure to look great growing up as a younger sister of the Kardashian brand? I get it, first-world problem. This wasn’t the only time Kylie helped out Smile Train. ET online explained, that much money can fund 1,800 surgeries for children born with cleft lip and/or palates. Can you imagine how much people could help others in need if they utilized their God-given gifts to make money that could be used to help others? It’s nice to see people donate their time and talents to charity and nonprofits, but what leftists often and, I’d argue, conveniently forget is that it takes money to provide the resources for these charities. Put simply, nonprofits need for-profits and people of wealth to thrive. For all the negatives we may feel about the Kardashian clan, in this case, I want to say kudos to Kylie Jenner for using her celebrity to bring healing to children in need.

Keywords: [“Kardashian”,”Kylie”,”money”]
Source: http://www.wnd.com/2017/05/kylie-jenner-a-lesson-in-compassion-capitalism

Kylie Jenner: A lesson in compassion & capitalism

Thank God for the Kardashians! I bet you thought you’d never hear me say that. The Kardashian name is synonymous with big butts, beautiful faces, glitz, glamour and deep pockets. After Kylie Jenner’s handsome donation of $1 million to Smile Train, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide support and corrective surgery for children in developing countries with the birth condition known as cleft palate, according to ET online.com, you can add the word “Generous” to that list. Kylie, the 19-year-old reality TV star and youngest daughter of Kris and Bruce Jenner, was photographed holding baby Mia at the Delgado Clinic in Lima, Peru. Baby Mia had recently undergone surgery for her cleft palate at the clinic. Fans of Kylie Jenner who grew up watching the Kardashians may know that she was very insecure about her looks on the show, particularly concerning her lips. Can you imagine all the pressure to look great growing up as a younger sister of the Kardashian brand? I get it, first-world problem. This wasn’t the only time Kylie helped out Smile Train. ET online explained, that much money can fund 1,800 surgeries for children born with cleft lip and/or palates. Can you imagine how much people could help others in need if they utilized their God-given gifts to make money that could be used to help others? It’s nice to see people donate their time and talents to charity and nonprofits, but what leftists often and, I’d argue, conveniently forget is that it takes money to provide the resources for these charities. Put simply, nonprofits need for-profits and people of wealth to thrive. For all the negatives we may feel about the Kardashian clan, in this case, I want to say kudos to Kylie Jenner for using her celebrity to bring healing to children in need.

Keywords: [“Kardashian”,”Kylie”,”money”]
Source: http://mobile.wnd.com/2017/05/kylie-jenner-a-lesson-in-compassion-capitalism

The Capitalism Site

“Capitalism has created the highest standard of living ever known on earth. The evidence is incontrovertible. The contrast between West and East Berlin is the latest demonstration, like a laboratory experiment for all to see. Yet those who are loudest in proclaiming their desire to eliminate poverty are loudest in denouncing capitalism. Man’s well-being is not their goal.” – AYN RAND, “Theory and Practice,” Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal, 136. As for poverty, under capitalism, no poor man is prohibited from creating a fortune. The “Poor” don’t need government handouts – they need government off their backs and most importantly off the backs of those who can help them – the “Rich.” To answer the question, “What about the poor under capitalism?” one must first answer, “Why are there poor people in the first place?” The source of all poverty is the lack of wealth, which must be produced. Observe the poorest countries are those where capitalism is lacking. Capitalism did not create poverty, but it inherited it. Far from being a cause of poverty, laissez-faire capitalism is the only solution to solving it. Since all men are free to create wealth under capitalism, no one is forced into poverty, as in non-capitalist countries. In a capitalist country, the only poor are those who choose to remain so of their free-will. Keep in mind that the moral justification of capitalism is not that it serves the “Needs of the many,” but that it protects the rights of every individual – in particular, it protects the individual from the “Many”. Capitalism is not egalitarian; capitalism is for justice. Capitalism is the best – the ideal – theory, because to the extent that it is allowed to work, it works in practice.

Keywords: [“Capitalism”,”poor”,”wealth”]
Source: http://capitalism.org/category/poverty

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 02-02-2018

Canadian Capitalism

Again, in the Alliance for Progress, an organization formed by the U. S., through which $20 billion was to be dumped into the Latin republics to the south, so as to prop up their economies, and siphon the juice of “Democracy” into their reactionary political institutions, Canadian and American attitudes were wide apart. Economic relapse During the year 1962, the Canadian economy, often before in the exigency of support, suffered a severe relapse. In April of 1962, the Communist Party presented a submission to the Royal Commission on Banking and Finance, in which they advised the Canadian ruling class as to just how the disease could be remedied in the interest of those who own. About the turn of the century U. S. companies bought up millions of acres of Canadian oil, mineral, and timber land. Came the day when exhaustion of native resources caused the U. S. mergers and combines to turn their attention to the Canadian reserves. In the last few years, due to the factors noted, large quantities of U. S. goods were dumped on the Canadian market. These were met to an extent by Canadian goods, but there was a marked disparity between the two amounts. The Canadian economy could maintain its surface appearance of health and vigor so long as U. S. capital was riveted on the scene. American capital had realized its possibilities in Canadian investment. The 92-cent dollar offers some hope for the Canadian exporters of commodities. Whose austerity? To ease the pangs of the present financial dilemma, Canadian capitalists have inaugurated a new “Austerity” program. Interest rates must be raised, imports curbed, exports increased, and Canadian workers must acquire the habit of working harder so as to produce wealth cheaper and enable their employers to sell more effectively on the world market.

Keywords: [“Canadian”,”Canada”,”U.”]
Source: https://www.worldsocialism.org/canada/canadian.capitalism.htm

Collectivist Capitalism vs. Compassionate Capitalism

Capitalism that grows from an individual or family’s personal work building assets without exploiting other people is compassionate capitalism, while the impersonal stock investment, M.B.A. networking trans-national globalism business approach is collectivist. The collectivists are cold-blooded while the small time capitalist is compassionate and cares about his own work and building up of resources. Adam Smith, the modern spiritual founder of capitalism, wrote largely in support of compassionate capitalism inclusive of trade. There weren’t the sort of large-scale networked corporations in existence in his day that built up huge global capital advantages and leveraging monetary sophistication. It is quite a stretch to transmogrify The Wealth of Nations into a support for absolute abstract modern business practices and monetary policy. One must be disingenuous to extend Smith’s Wealth of Nations so far as that. Adam Smith was a pragmatic economist and held the welfare of the people of England of his day-of the ordinary people, as being of first concern. One of the fundamental challenges of his day was to liberalize trade and business from the corrupting control of concentrated wealth in the form of royal power or taxation that was not spent to advance the interests of the people of England. Thus in the United States today compassionate capitalists may rightly oppose foreign military spending in badly thought out ventures in Afghanistan and Iraq. Compassionate capitalist support a general increase of wealth in the United States for all citizens and of a healthy ecosystem. Compassionate capitalist support practical limits on the opportunity for individual citizens to control other through the acquisition of monetary wealth and leveraged investments. Social capital may be perceived as differing from compassionate capital and should be limited.

Keywords: [“compassionate”,”Wealth”,”capitalist”]
Source: http://disinfo.com/…/10/collectivist-capitalism-vs-compassionate-capitalism

Why Leftists Hate Capitalism

Capitalism has been, perhaps, the most misconstrued and misused term I’ve ever come across. For an average person, capitalism is evocative of extraordinary images of colonialism, suffering and slavery, or the sight of a billionaire whose convoy passes through the streets, whose sidewalks have been an unfortunate residence to many. Those willing to ponder about capitalism often come across those who carry the same misconceptions and misinformation. The misinformation about capitalism proliferates among people and only worsens when people use emotionally appealing arguments that often treats reason as a secondary. If you’re like me, then to you the absolute of capitalism would be a utopia where you have the freedom as an individual to mind your own business, both figuratively and literally, without the fear of being unfairly squashed by a government gavel. To those who have been liberally indoctrinated, the right’s desire for capitalism would mean an authoritarian state where the poor are exploited for the benefit of the rich, where they’re destined to remain poor forever. The disconnect is this: when the left hears capitalism, what they think about is corporatism. Which is what capitalism is all about, it’s freedom. Because of these differences in the perception of capitalism, when the left and right debate each other, it’s not a discussion, it’s a confrontation. While the leftist intelligentsia makes vitriolic attacks on capitalism for its dark history, they conveniently push under the rug the evils of socialism, claiming that it was actually this divine concept that went terribly wrong – every single time. I hold adulterated history, self-destructive philosophy, and the tribal instincts of human beings as the primary reasons why the left hates capitalism. These are only 3 of the top reasons why the left hates capitalism, i.e., freedom.

Keywords: [“Capitalism”,”left”,”where”]
Source: https://beinglibertarian.com/leftists-hate-capitalism