Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Problem/ Solution SBCC

The Problem:
Declining innovation, productivity and standard of living because of greatly diminished 
dynamism and vitalism brought about by the heavy hand of Corporatism and Socialism.
Source: Edmund Phelps, Nobel Award Winning Economist in his latest book 
Mass Flourishing— How Grassroots Innovation Created Jobs, Challenge, and Change.

The Solution:
John Wren and his Small Business Chamber of Commerce Inc.

For Free Membership: 
Post introduction of yourself, then Like and Share SBCC Facebook Page.
See link to Facebook Page on our www.SmallBizChamber.org

Free Meetings Each Week:
*Root & Branch.  An introduction to the 12-steps of recovery and meditation. Mon, 4:30 p.m. 
*IDEA Cafe Startup Praxis. We share startup experience and ideas. Fri, 2 p.m.
*Socrates Cafe @ DU. We pick a topic, share thoughts and ask questions. Sat, 6:30 p.m.
*Franklin Circle. Peer Advisory/ TrueSelf-Directed Learning Group. Varies.
For more information see link to our Meetup site on our www.SmallBizChamber.org

Get With The Program:
One day at a time, with God’s help we:
Love God. Love Neighbor. Be helpful.

SBCC Startup Method: 4 Practices:
Faith. Imagination. Logic and Decision Making. TrueSelf Directed Learning.

Next step? Call now and invite John Wren to:
Speak at your fraternity/sorority, service club, neighborhood or church group meeting; 
and/or
Meet with you to discuss how he and SBCC can best help you now. 

John Wren’s Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
We do Good Work and help others to do Good Work, too.
+Recover+Start+Grow+Flourish+AGDM+
1881 Buchtel Blvd. #501, Denver, CO 80210 (303)861-1447


One day at a time John S. Wren, MBA+ is a business consultant (see www.JohnWren.com) and founder of his SBCC, IDEA Cafe, Franklin Circles, Root & Branch, and Socrates Cafe @ DU. He is the author of Daring Mighty Things— The Simplest Way to Start Your First (or Next) New Business, which is available on Amazon. He has spoken at national association meetings and local clubs and associations. He is a long-time community activist with a passion for strengthening the grassroots in business and politics, (see his Grassroots Rules site at www.COCaucus.org.) He is the father of four adult children and the grandfather of four. Formal Education: Cornell College and the University of Denver BA’69 MBA’80 and classes in education at Regis University. New! WrenCollege.org. for TrueSelf-Directed Learning.