(Entrepreneur) - '..the 1930s, when the have-nots were ubiquitous.' - Goutham Bhadri

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<blockquote>'A number of today's biggest innovators began their journey in the midst of "The Great Depression" of the 1930s, when the have-nots were ubiquitous. These include Disney, Macys Inc., Texas Instruments, Motorola, United Technologies Corp and Revlon, just to name a few..

..They are the people who live, sleep and breathe the old axiom of not seeing things as they are, and asking why, but rather seeing things that never were, and asking why not.


According to Forbes, small businesses make up 99.7 per cent of all employer firms and have created 65 per cent of net new jobs for the past 17 years.

So with that, we salute you - fellow entrepreneur, and hope the next time someone asks "Who will save the economy?” you do not point to the closest issue of Forbes Magazine, or to the politician giving a speech on C-Span, but rather to a mirror, as the greatest ideas for America's future are usually the ones that have not yet been invented.'

- Goutham Bhadri, It's the entrepreneurs, stupid! 24 Sep 2012</blockquote>



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