Thursday, February 08, 2018

Kansas City Doggie Style Second Chances



A really helpful and inspiring story of local second chances, supply & demand, the free market and entrepreneurship affecting real life change one job at a time . . .

From the Kauffman Foundation of course:

"Natasha Kirsch is proof that people become entrepreneurs for many different reasons. Kirsch’s innovation has been to connect a social need with a market need. Rather than looking to sales, Kirsch’s success will be measured by her ability to help stabilize homeless families."

Take a look:



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6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Great story.

Anonymous said...

KUM BYY AHHH

Anonymous said...

Doggie Style isn't that a position for sex?

Anonymous said...

POW! Welcome back!

Anonymous said...

There are legions of people in the Kansas City Metro Area that give assistance to the poor, the homeless, the alcoholic,the drug-addicted, the disabled, and the elderly--for no pay and have been doing so for years. They don't give themselves a makeover and bring in a film crew and post it on You Tube. They thank God for their Blessings and the ability to help their fellows. This woman is running a business and this particular form of virtue-$ignalling makes me queasy.

Anonymous said...

Relax 1:25 Most of us know that, but make sure you keep spreading the truth. Bless You.