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June 16, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 94

In the next 20 years, you may get bored seeing more and more books analyzing the effects of the current economic crisis and what brought it on.

But, at the very beginning of this financial crisis, I've found the first book to advocate a new financial platform and address the biggest problem: adding more jobs and restoring worldwide financial stability.

The book didn't just suddenly appear as an analysis of the world's economic crisis. It has been stored in the brain vault of Leonard S. Johnson for more than 5 years. He has been tossing around ideas, coming up with new approaches and creating new kinds of thought for that entire time. And this was long before this financial crisis put the world on its collective knees. It was now time to come to the aid of a crumbling financial world.

That's when Johnson decided it was time to give the world a needed answer to deal with these effects of the economic crisis with his innovative book "The Bank for International Ideas." Johnson has based his book entirely on taking intellectual capital to intellectual property. He shows how to use the book's premise to create a new financial order based on worldwide innovative ideas that become businesses, scientific projects or organizations.

"The Bank for International Ideas" isn't a book of how to merely get banks to support and fund new ideas. The fact is banks are not doing that to the degree we have known in the past. BII is a complete financial platform which allows anyone in the world to submit ideas to the bank.

The process starts with the review committee. The committee, a noteworthy group of peers, decides if the idea is worthy and valid. If so, the bank actually issues credits which are then redeemed in currency in three parts: 33%, 33% and 34% totally 100%.

This means BII allows the innovator to make money on the idea while searching for investors, investment money, funding and mentor involvement. There's nothing to pay back unlike a usual bank transaction. The individual is actually paid for the idea. That's new in the world of finance. And good news for the idea-maker.

Johnson believes the world is no longer going to be run by the current skilled jobs. He believes true financial stability will be led by innovators who create areas of new job categories, not simply the skilled ones that we have known.

Johnson has created "The Bank for International Ideas" book to become the financial handbook of the upcoming new era of finance. The result is: It isn't the end-all answer to analyzing the effects of the financial crisis. It is the end-all book to the beginning of the new phase of finance in the world.

Unlike the blow-hards that puff themselves up to tell the world how they would do or would've things, Johnson has a truly remarkable way to make the entire world a better place financially.

I have also found something else he's done. He's created a 5-part YouTube explanation of the financial platform and how it works. So, you can absorb the financial concept before you get the book and delve into the details.

It just gets better and better.

If you really want to find out how to get the financial crisis back in order, go to

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