Entrepreneurs
  sound health
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  common sence
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  mental outlook and erudition
  sharpness, promptness, coordination.
   
Balance
  customers - staff
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Customers
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  introduction into psychology
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Employees
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  professionalism
  efficiency
  productivity
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  mindfulness
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  payment for labor
   
Modeling
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  the "as we have" and "as we want" models
  transformation, transfiguration
   
  the World we live in
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  classical elements and materials
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Business
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  innovations in microbusiness
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  development stages
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  world-view, ideology
  dictatorship
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  leadermania, fake-hierarchy
  role management
sound hierarchy
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   Economy
 

 

"... “…our deep economist had got

the gift of recognizing what

a nation's wealth is, what augments it,

and how a country lives, and why

it needs no gold if a supply

of simple product supplements it…”

A.S.Pushkin. Eugene Onegin

 

 

ECONOMY - êis a circulation of goods and services: resources mining and processing, agriculture, production, trade, storing, consumption, utilization, services.

CAVE AGE ECONOMY. GATHERING-

 

AGRARIAN ECONOMY

The events that speeded up agrarian economy’s nascence:

Invention of plough and wheel. Domestication of animals

Agriculture. Peasants.

The key point: the possibility of lever and animal force application.

Main market participants: sellers of clothes, foodstuffs

Tools: A plow. A scythe. An axe. A hammer.

INDUSTRIAL ECONOMY

The events that speeded up industrial economy and production:

Railway, engine, electricity invention.

The key point: the possibility to transport resources and minerals for far distance.

A lot of factories and plants. Cheap labor power. Peasants started migrate to the cities to become workers. Small handicraft workers.

Resources development in industrial needs. Transportation system development.

Ñommodity deficiency. Net cost.

Incandescent electric lamp. Hydroelectric power plant. Coal mine. Oil derrick. Workers. Machine-tools.

INFORMATION POST-INDUSTRIAL DIGITAL >>>> DATA ECONOMY

The events that speeded up postindustrial economy’s nascence:

Transistor, crystal diode, conveying system invention.

Transmission speed. Complex technologies. Cheap technologies.

Sales.

Global marketplace. Buyers, goods, sellers can be at any place of the world.

PCs. cellular communications. Internet. nuclear power engineering.nuclear power plant.engineers. professionals.

Services’ appearance and development.


TTHE ECONOMY OF THE FUTURE IS GREEN WASTELESS ECONOMY. KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY. LIGHTENING TECHNOLOGY ECONOMY?

The conomy of the future.

REFUSAL FROM ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION.

REFUSAL FROM EXCESS FOOD PRODUCT RESERVES, CLOTHES, NUCLEAR ENERGETICS

In the movie “The Fifth Element”: the cities of the future were demonstrated -

urbanization, giant cities, light lasers, super -technologies.

But there is another point of view: Yefremov, the Soviet fantasy author, wrote about green villages, where people lived in community and helped each other.

Worlds ocean resources use.

Solar power. Wind power. Electromagnetic power. Green power.

Lifestyle change: from cities to environmentally safe villages.

COllectivism.

Young active managers under the leadership of wise group of people.


Friemaxx. Digital microbusiness hatchery. Modeling, prompt decision-taking and project management.