A Billion Entrepreneurs: Driving for an Entrepreneur in Every Home

The Frugal Ladies love to support and promote great initiatives – and this is one of the best we have discovered.

A Billion Entrepreneurs is a wonderful docu-initaitive to “plant the seed of entrepreneurship into multiple generations” so that they can understand “how invigorating it is to be an entrepreneur.” (Jimmy Newson – filmmaker)

I’m always impressed by the incredible drive of some people who want to take responsibility for changing the world, their family or their own lives for the better.  When I was a little kid, my hero in life was a boy by the name of Craig – a 13 year old who had created a non-profit to help children in third world countries. He motivated me to be the best person I can be and be involved in non-profit work, which is something I have done since childhood and lasts till today.

That’s what I see in this documentary – a movement to inspire entrepreneurship and drive into today’s generations. The key of the film is to understand entrepreneurship as taking “responsibility for outcomes”, which is a valuable way to see life and your current situation. If you want to make changes, ACT on it. If you want to live a happier, more fulfilling life, DO it. Only by acting and taking personal responsibility for an outcome, will positive change happen.


Now imagine a world with an entrepreneur in every home.  Imagine the power of such motivation, drive and ambition to influence outcomes in every field, niche and person. That is amazing endeavor, one that needs our help to succeed!

You can help drive this inspiring movement to encourage people to find their purpose in life. A Billion Entrepreneurs has now started a crowd-funding to complete post-production, distribution, marketing and production.

You can contribute your piece here: www.ABEthemovie.com


When you and I watch this documentary, I guarantee we will all feel like we can drive this change, too. Entrepreneurship is possible if we put our mind into it!

*This is a sponsored post.

About Ronnie E.

Ronnie is the frugal Latina of the group. Hailing from the beautiful Andes Mountains in Bolivia, she lives and breathes frugality. She loves to figure out how to spend less money and takes on the challenge of finding great deals and cheaper options every day.

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