Characteristics of Free Enterprise
This man is exchanging money for the fruit that the woman is selling. They are both engaging in an exchange that benefits both of them; the woman receives cash and the man receives fruit.
Private Property Rights
Having private property rights means people are allowed to own and control their possessions as they wish. This man is exercising these rights by choosing to paint his house.
In a free enterprise, people are in control of their own property and wealth, so they are free to try to gain a profit any way they please. People are motivated to be more productive because they are working for their own profit. The person in the picture is relating to this point simply by chasing after money.
Under free enterprise, entrepreneurs are free to produce what they think will be the most successful. This ensures that the best products will find their way to consumers and the best producers will succeed. The picture depicts businessmen that are racing towards a finish line. They are competing for first place, just as entrepreneurs compete for profit.
The man in this video explains why entrepreneurs are essential to any successful economy. He also highlights that if entrepreneurs are restricted it could be detrimental to an economy.