Economist Dr. David I. Goldenberg on “The Coming Economic Revival: How & When.”
Dr. Goldenberg authored Creating Condo & Home Owner Documents, one of the three books in our Homeowners Association Rights Defense Kit, along with our special report, “How to Recall Your Codo or HOA Board in 10 Easy Steps.”
He’s also co-chairman of our Rights Radio Think Tank Brain”Trust”.
Among his many works, he wrote The Art of War 3: The Canons of Commerce,” an insight-filled interpretation of Sun Tzu’s Art of War from a business perspective. The Art of War 3 goes straight for the jugular and leaves very little room for a wandering mind,” declared a key reviewer. Now Dave is turning his keen mind to Strategies for Economic Revival. His view:
“This has been the largest destruction of human wealth in history, but we hear little about that fact. On the other hand, there will be an upturn – possibly a huge one. This is not the end of the world, and we haven’t fallen off the edge of the universe. But it could be quite a while… If the government of the United States acts brilliantly and persistently in leading the world, the US economy can sustain a very fast growth rate – recouping all the money that’s been wasted by 2025. But if it does not do what is necessary, the United States will be in a near depression for seven to ten years and then slowly recover.”
Amazon Review for Dr. Goldenberg’s Cannons of Commerce
By Giri Giridhar, Co-Chairman, qMGN, Inc. (Ridgewood, NJ, USA)
Business like war requires strategy, intelligence, etc., as exemplified brilliantly by David Goldenberg in The Art of War 3: The Cannons of Commerce. This book has a foreword, 13 chapters, an afterword, three appendices, a detailed bibliography and an index. Besides its timeliness, this well-written book offers great depth and experience-based knowledge. The book brings well thought out and insightful attention to bear on many important topics; among them are leadership, weaknesses and strengths, and contingencies. Decision-makers at all levels of business and government would benefit greatly by reading this book carefully, rereading it regularly and seeing that their subordinates do so as well.