There are many overwhelming problems in the world.
Middle East peace.
Affordable health care.
You probably feel there’s nothing you can do. But, there’s at least one major problem that you can solve by doing something simple every week to make a real difference.
The problem is the U.S. economy. The solution is simple. Go out to lunch. At a sit-down restaurant. With a waiter. Today. Right now. Even if it’s not lunchtime.
You see, people aren’t going out to lunch as much anymore. Last year, there were 433 million fewer lunch visits, costing the economy almost $5 billion. And that’s just a 2 percent decline.
There are lots of reasons:
Here’s why this matters so much to the U.S. economy. By not going out to lunch, you’re also not running other errands. There’s a direct connection between declining retail sales and fewer workers leaving their jobs to go out to eat.
By eating out, even once a week, and visiting just one other store while you’re out, you can dramatically grow the U.S. economy.
Yes, you can make a difference. A big difference.