Yesterday, I Tweeted Shark Tank Principals: Barbara Corcoran, Mark Cuban, John Daymond, Lori Greener, Robert Herjavec and Kevin O'Leary to Google-Checkout #Cyberpeacefare.  Solicited Help In Initiating CyberWorldPeaceTsunami (butterfly effect) by their investing a few minutes of their Celebrity Leadership Personal Cyber Power to "make a difference" in the ongoing world chaos.  Good ROI ?

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Comment by Al LeBlanc on September 14, 2015 at 9:08am

Valentine:  Seems to me highly successful entrepreneurs, such as the Sharks, are more likely to see good investment ideas which have a high return on investment (ROI). While ROI is measured in monetary returns, I was expanding the term to encompass moral-societal-philanthropic returns based on a few minutes of celebrity time investment (versus monetary investment).   Imagine if celebrities realized their Individual concerted butterfly-tsunami initiating potential across cyberspace. The problem is initiating the "good chaos" ?

Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on September 14, 2015 at 8:23am

Using personal cyber power by these celebrities is leadership by example.I did receive a celebrity voice mail on my mobile phone .A little drop of water makes an ocean.

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