In The Coming Aristocracy, Oliver DeMille teaches that “mini-factories” are the greatest freedom trend of our time. A mini-factory is “where you do something that has been done historically by institutions, but you do it just as well (or in a way that is preferable for some reason) on a smaller scale.”
Check out the video below with John Nese, soda pop mini-factory owner extraordinaire.
Pay particular attention to his words between 7:40 and 8:48, and 9:34 to 10:35.
The things he’s learned in his business about government regulation are difficult to learn in any other way. As more people develop successful mini-factories and encounter aristocratic regulation and bureaucracy, it will be revealed more frequently and plainly.
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Stephen Palmer is a book writer for mission-driven leaders, a small business lead generation website design architect and persuasive website copywriter, a co-founder of The Center for Social Leadership, and the author of Uncommon Sense: A Common Citizen’s Guide to Rebuilding America.
He co-authored the New York Times bestseller Killing Sacred Cows: Overcoming the Financial Myths that are Destroying Your Prosperity, as well as Hub Mentality: Shifting from Business Transactions to Community Interaction.
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