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Monday, September 20, 2010

A NOTE FROM THE FOUNDER: Defiance, Revisited

Defiance, Revisited

by Adam J. Kovitz

A few weeks ago I wrote an article about various media sources, their take on "the new normal" and how (as entrepreneurs) we can choose to accept it or not.

Recently, upon scanning headlines about how the recession is officially over despite other headlines about ongoing real estate/housing woes and banks being given stimulus money to lend to small businesses yet not doing so because they're too risky (or too regulated, depending upon whose point of view you favor), I've had to ask myself - am I buying any of this?  Should any of us buy this, for that matter?

It is time to look behind the curtains of who is asking us (or intimating to us) that we must accept such new normals.

Should we accept that the recession is truly over?

Should we accept that long-term unemployment is the new normal?

Should we accept that there is no capital available for entrepreneurs, emerging enterprises and small business?

Should we accept that only big businesses are too big to fail?

Should we accept that small businesses are too risky?

Should we accept that politicians don't care about small business?
Should we accept that new loan programs for emerging enterprises are truly the solution to long-term capitalization?

Should we accept that being corrupt is part of the nature of politics and being a politician?

Should we accept that more people are being diagnosed with depression during these tough economic times?

Should we accept that we are more likely to lose than win?
Perhaps it's time to defiantly change our stances in protest to those who would have us cowered and enslaved by hopelessness and, at best, mediocrity.

Perhaps it's time to realize that there are more small businesses than big ones and that is a major advantage.

Perhaps it's time to realize that entrepreneurs and emerging enterprises provide 90% of the jobs and 90% of the innovation as well as fuel a healthy middle-class which, in turn, fuels a healthy economy.

Perhaps it's time to create our own new normal.

Perhaps it's time for these pushers of the so-called "new normal" get a taste of our own new normal - let them lose sleep over it.

Perhaps I'm just delusional, but the way I see it, the "new normal" is just as delusional as mine.  Therefore, it's one delusion versus another - which one will you pick?

Here's a hint:  In my "new normal", we all win.

All my best,


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