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  • 1. To reflect and... Act.The difference betweenpoor countries and therich is not the age of the country. You can Click to Move onto Next Slide [ESC] to Exit
  • 2. This can be shown bycountries like India & Egypt, that are morethan 2000 years old and are poor.
  • 3. On the other hand,Canada, Australia & NewZealand, that 150 yearsago were inexpressive, are today developed countries and rich.
  • 4. The difference betweenpoor & rich countriesdoes not reside in the availability of its natural resources.
  • 5. Japan has a limited territory: 80% mountainous and inadequate foragriculture & cattle raising … but,it is the second largest economy in the world. The country is like an immensefloating factory which imports rawmaterial from the whole world and exports manufactured products.
  • 6. Another example is Switzerland, whichdoes not plant cocoa but has the best chocolate of the world. In its smallterritory they raise animals and plant the soil for only 4 months a year. Not enough, but are stil able to produce dairy products of the best quality. It is a small country that portrays animage of security, order & labor, which in turn made it the safe-haven for the world.
  • 7. Executives from rich countries who communicate with their counterparts in poor countries show thatthere is no significantintellectual difference.
  • 8. Race or skin color are also not important: immigrants labeled as being lazy in their countries of origin have become theproductive power in rich Western countries.
  • 9. What then, is the difference ??
  • 10. The difference, is the attitude of thepeople, framed inside the years of their education & their culture.
  • 11. On analyzing the behavior of the people in rich & developed countries, we find that the great majority follow thefollowing 9 principles in their lives:
  • 12. 1. Ethics, as a basic principle.2. Integrity.3. Responsibility.4. Respect of the law & rules.5. Respect of the rights of other citizens.6. Love for work.7. Strive to save & invest.8. The will for super action.9. Punctuality.
  • 13. In poor countries, only a minority adhere to thesebasic principles in their daily life.
  • 14. We are not poor because we lacknatural resources or because nature was cruel to us ...
  • 15. We are poor because we lack attitude. We lack the will to comply with, and teach, thesefunctional principles of rich & developed societies !!! ------------------- The End Use [ESC] to Exit