Free Workshop – How to Start and Grow a Home-based Business

We are gravely concerned about the employment prospects for many of our secondary school graduates who soon appear destined to join the ranks of the unemployed.  However, we are aware that simply expressing our concern does not help any of our graduates.  Neither does it help any of those currently unemployed, under-employed, or frustrated with their employment.

The foreseen problem is an increase in illegal acts by desperate persons who think that they are out of options.  One obvious preventative solution is to train individuals to start and grow profitable businesses, thus providing them with a viable option – and a tangible hope.  Ideally, this training should commence after the secondary school examinations and finish before the end of this school term.

We have identified and published workable solutions to the major problems hindering Barbados’ development at SolutionsBarbados.com.  All of the solutions require Government to manage the implementation of the solution, except this one.  To implement this solution, the public, especially graduating students and those currently unemployed, are invited to a free workshop where they will be trained to start home-based businesses, with little to no start-up money.  The training is scheduled to start on Monday 20th  June at 6:00 pm sharp in the Combermere School Hall, and run for 3 weeks.

No business experience or academic qualifications are required.  However, participants should bring a pen and paper to take notes and write their ideas.  It should be clarified that participants will be trained to start and grow profitable businesses that they can operate from their homes.  The workshop is not an academic exercise about writing business plans.  Rather, participants are expected to start operating their new businesses during the workshop.

If you know anyone who is: unemployed, under-employed, engaging in illegal activity because they feel that they have no other options, wasting time on the block, or a former prison inmate who cannot find employment, then please encourage them not to squander this opportunity.

Workshop – Home Based Business – Public

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3 thoughts on “Free Workshop – How to Start and Grow a Home-based Business

  1. Maybe it is my anal retentive attention to detail.

    “The training is scheduled to start on Monday 20th June at 6:00 pm sharp in the Combermere School Hall, and run for 3 weeks.”

    a.I was first led to wonder it the writer meant that “the classes start at 6 p.m. on Monday 20th and run continuously for 3 weeks, SO ONE NEVER LEAVES COMBERMERE

    b.Then I said to myself “myself you are being facetious” go to the Solutions Barbados site and there it will be explained to you.

    So I came here and as i expected found that there was no appended schedule which elucidated on the schedule, nor content, for the 21 days.

    c.Neither did you do like any other persons seeking to attract an audience from among the ” former criminals and indolent” (your words not mine), you have not expanded on the topics to be covered.

    You dont have to hide your curriculum GP, it is for the People and what you are doing, must “find seed” among that audience

    d.This “ubiquitous paucity” of information on all fronts of the Solutions Barbados campaign is why Caswell Franklyn, and others, takes you to task.

    With Caswell this is what he speaks to per the ISO9001 cop put that you propose regarding appointments to boards and corporations.

    You constantly “present more of the same” in everything that you do and it comes over as poorly warmed over soup.

    Frankly, GP, i think now that you are a strategic plant to “simultaneously whet people’s appetite with the possibility of a “Third Party” but to give such a dismal showing with your lacklustre? performance that it dissuades people from ever considering a third party ever again”

    One would want to believe that you do have a plan but that “you are keeping it in reserve” but as for me Grenville, post my continued readings of your materials, I am very much of the firm belief that it is not that you are keeping things is reserve because you fear that the DLP or BLP will graft them, but because you simply are composing this thing on the fly.

    More an more this is coming across that you are using the materials submitted by bloggers or writing stuff (prompted by PETER HARRIS et al.) as to what sounds good.

    At the end of the day Grenville, this is not about sounding “politically correct”, this is about saying, writing and doing things that show your competencies as an alternative which you and your “send the murderers to Sundays School to hold the Bible above their head for punishment” litany JUST IS NOT ADDRESSING.

    “And John calling unto him two of his disciples sent them to Jesus, saying, Art thou he that should come? or look we for another?”

    As for me and my household Grenville you are woefully not ready, and I shall seek another.

    UP YOUR GAME OR GET OUT THE GAME!!

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    • Dear PUDRYR:

      Please re-read our solutions and implementation plans. You will find them sufficiently detailed. You will also find that we encouraged the two dominant parties to implement the solutions, which is what we would prefer.

      On the Workshop, not publishing the curriculum is deliberate. The biggest hurdle is to get persons to believe that they can start a business. Presenting them with a curriculum that they may find challenging may convince them that they are disqualified, when they are not. Remember, we will likely be training discouraged persons, so we plan to proverbially hold their hands as they start and grow their businesses.

      Best regards,
      Grenville

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