The Call of the Entrepreneur
A merchant banker. A failing dairy farmer. A refugee from Communist China. One risked his savings. One risked his farm. One risked his life. Why do their stories matter? Because how we view entrepreneurs, as greedy or altruistic, as virtuous or vicious, shapes the destinies of individuals and nations.
This is a nicely made DVD, which explores the true meaning of being an entrepreneur and tackles the question as to whether or not capitalism and creative product promotions are good things or not. From a farm in Evart, Michigan, to Hong Kong and an entrepreneur from Asia named Jimmy Lai, the topic is featured with a variety of guests, including Rev. Tony Campolo and expert Michael Novack.
Various types of entrepreneurship are viewed including composting, the use of the media, stock market investments, the opening of the clothing store Giordano and so forth. The Topic of the Divine in entrepreneurship is mentioned, including the comments of a minister who believes man is allowed to cooperate with God in using the earth’s resources.
This is a DVD that promotes thinking and is timely and relevant. We gladly award it our Dove Seal.