The Call of the Entrepreneur

A merchant banker.

A failing dairy farmer.

A refugee from Communist China.

One risked his savings.

One risked his farm.

One risked his life.

Why do their stories matter?

Because how we view entrepreneurs—as greedy or altruistic, as virtuous or vicious—shapes the destinies of individuals and nations.

Reverend Robert Sirico, author of The Entrepreneurial Vocation, joins Michael Novak, George Gilder and other experts in exploring how entrepreneurs shape our world.



Brad Morgan

Learn how Brad Morgan turned a failing dairy farm into a thriving business. Morgan overcame the odds against him, creating value and wealth from the dirt under his feet.

View the trailer for this powerful video here;



 Frank Hanna

Frank Hanna is a merchant banker who explains how financial engineering not only makes credit more widely available to entrepreneurs today but also played a crucial role in the discovery of America.

 View the trailer for this powerful video here.


Jimmy Lai

Fleeing Communist China and leaving his family behind at a young age, Jimmy Lai took a chance on a better life in Hong Kong. Lai explains that entrepreneurs, when taking risks, are "dashing into hope."

View the trailer for this powerful video here.