Capitalism: The Empowerment of the People
By: Ziad K. Abdelnour
What is success without empowering others? Meaningless. The whole point of capitalism is to achieve freedom AND to empower others to do the same which is what makes capitalism so great. A lot of people have been brainwashed into thinking that capitalists are selfish individuals only looking to feed their own wallets. This is simply not true. This is no longer the turn of last century, this is a time of conscious capitalism, using capitalism to uplift others both economically and socially. Capitalism is the key to creating a better life for all and I have personally used capitalism at its best. I know just how powerful it can be. The economic and social empowerment of people is just around the corner. Check out how the empowerment of the people can be achieved through capitalism.
Conscious capitalism is more than just creating wealth for yourself; it’s about helping others to do the same. When you go out and create your business, you have the power to build up others through providing well-paying jobs that allow families to do more than just survive, but also save up enough money to one day open their own business too. The goal is never to keep someone as an employee forever, you want to empower others to get out and build companies too. And not only do you have the ability to empower them financially, but also you can mentor them as well. Show them the way. Success shouldn’t be some big secret. We are all here trying to build the best lives for ourselves and our families. So as an employer, why wouldn’t you want to help uplift your employees so they can go out and do the same.
Another way to empower others economically is to become an investor. Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, helping to uplift small businesses through investment only helps our economy. Now of course, investing is no charity game, so you want to make good investments, especially ones that you can add value to, whether it’s through connections or industry knowledge. I have personally helped to grow over 125 companies and funded them with over 20 billion dollars. Needless to say, I have helped change the lives of many, thus I know the difference that capitalism can make. At the end of the day, the more wealth creators we have in this world, the world will become infinitely better.
Contrary to what the leftist try to make you believe, capitalism does not create social problems. It actually helps to resolve them. When you adopt the capitalist mindset, you start to see the world for what it really is and not some made up social construct hammered into our heads driven by the democrats and their media puppets. You open your mind to the fact that life is solely what YOU make it and you realize that you have the power to make the best of it. You don’t waste time crying about equality and wanting the whole world to settle for mediocracy. You get out there and you create the best life for you and your family and you empower others to do the same. Not to mention, you feel good knowing that YOU created this lifestyle. You become fulfilled.
You know why so many people have issues in society? It’s because they are unfulfilled in life. They feel that their mediocre life was handed to them and they don’t have the power to change it. And when the giving gets short, they become even more bitter and hostile. Too many people in the world live in a constant state of hostility. More people need to wake up and realize that they have the power to take back control of their life and build happier, more fulfilling lifestyles through capitalism. When you are fulfilled in life, you tend not to bother others. You aren’t concerned with who has more than you. There’s always going to be someone that has more than you, that’s life. You can accept that and be happy with what you have worked for.
Through capitalism, you have the power to empower others to build wealth and create a good life for themselves. And as the cycle continues, they will help others to do the same. Capitalism is ultimately the empowerment of people. Therefore, your success is measured not by the money you make, but by the people you uplift along the way.