Aaron Harber, what government could learn from entrepreneurs
1210_ 5/14/12 - Our political environment is in a shambles and there is little opportunity to learn about the issues or the candidates in this super charged, unhealthy atmosphere. w3w3.com's policy has been to avoid politics in favor of following the people and affirmative activities that make our business and economic environment work, and grow a healthy future. As we face another presidential election as well as state and national elections, we have discovered Aaron Harber, who with his TV show, presents non-partisan, mutually respectful, civil conversations about controversial issues in the political arena. It sounds like a dream come true and the opportunity for w3w3.com to help bring light to a very important area of our lives. This information has a tremendous impact on our business and local communities. Aaron tells us about his show, "The program is really an opportunity for people to see those opinion leaders, people in government, in business and academia and the media, talking about the key issues of the day. The show's effort is to always be non-partisan, so you see as many republicans as democrats on the show. And", said Aaron, "we wanted to be a place where people could come with confidence, knowing that they're going to get accurate information. The whole purpose is to demonstrate that you can have a mutually respectful, civil conversation about controversial issues. Which of course, you don't see a lot of on television today." With his entrepreneurial background we asked Aaron what government could learn from entrepreneurs and business. His answer, boiled down to learning efficiencies and setting priorities. One of the advantages in the free market is you rarely can do everything you want to do. In business there is a much greater distinction than government, between doing what you absolutely have to do vs. doing what you would like to do. You see more the necessity in business than you do in government. Government entities, while well intentioned, there is a tendency to do as much as government entities would like to do, and feel is a good thing to do. So the intention is positive but the decision that really should be made in government is what is it that we really have to do. You can find The Aaron Harber Show on Sunday evenings on Colorado TV Channel 3 at 8:00pm.
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