Gret Glyer: Entrepreneur and Founder of DonorSee

in #donorsee4 years ago

  


Please enjoy my recent conversation with Gret Glyer, founder of DonorSee. Herein we discussed how he ended up in Malawi, launching DonorSee, Emily’s story, the value of $20, making things happen without petitioning others through ballot boxes, currency vs. wealth, how charity can be harmful, the most effective ways to create foreign aid, creating innovative peer-to-peer charity options, a Haiti disaster story, the awesome power of the internet and instant connections with people, how charity can do more harm than good to local economics in time of need, the Tom Woods $800 house, the harmful effects of TOMS free shoes, How Sweatshops Help The Poor Escape Poverty, Child Labor Helps Children in Poverty, How Does One Help The Poor, Is Capitalism Moral, Anarchists In Pakistan, Voluntaryist Japan, political euphemisms, Voting Is Begging For Stolen Goods, Virgil Vaduva: Founder of Cell 411, promoting Voluntaryism, and more!   


"Everything the State says is a lie, and everything it has it has stolen." Friedrich Nietzsche   


  


Gret Glyer: Entrepreneur and Founder of DonorSee   


Related links: 

DonorSee website 

DonorSee - Facebook  

Gret Glyer - Twitter 

Gret Glyer - Instagram  


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