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It is important to learn to delegate at least know what to do, there are others who do it better. It is important to know that there are two ways to earn money and support the purpose of progress of a people, working as good employees or work as good employers.
Something very important is happening in Peru, a huge generation of people starting to see its potential for profitable business in Peru. They failed to see that opportunities are not only on the outside as it has always been seen so far.
Profitable business in Peru, gold mining mercury-free They are doing the young Peruvian entrepreneurs Gaston Acurio think that if “the politicians will have the same affection with chefs from Peru, another would be our history”
The real revolution that should be undertaken in Peru today is to find a way for small and micro entrepreneurs to become big business.
I travel all over Peru and I can say that there is a thirst to succeed without the state will attend. That thirst is present in all but the system slows down the energy. How can this country of lost opportunities to become the land of opportunity for all? That is the challenge.
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Gaston Acurio: A business idea in Peru, Caleta La Gramita In Huarmey
We must encourage entrepreneurship, efficiency, creativity, innovation. There is no greater secret. Most importantly, we understand that a few years of the bicentennial of our independence and those who drive the Peru have the privilege of living a historic moment.
We must be responsible for ten years, Peru is in the First World. To do this we must grow 10% in the coming years, and it is not impossible. We have a Peru that begins to unite and be proud as a nation, and that gasoline is fundamental for any country aspiring to something important.
The Peruvians are proud of our cause. The cook is happy to fill a cause, who eats it is much happier, who sells potatoes too, but who produces it is a farmer who spends all year living with a subsistence economy.
This chain we have to solve it unfair to fair trade. The real revolution will make a native potato farmer can sell the best chef in the world because it will discover that the Pope can make the best mashed potatoes.
When they ask you out how do you see in Peru say?
With much optimism, wanting to succeed. We have recovered pride in what we are. That breathes, hears and feels. We are a country much less racist than before, more integrated, but the great challenge of the coming years is to restore confidence among Peruvians.
Is it so difficult? I think not. Trust involves taking the best side of human beings and kill the worst.
What would be wrong to succumb to the temptation of ego and vanity of thinking that because you do not deserve their job quotas of power in the unprepared. The kitchen belongs to all Peruvians, not ideology.