This is Asha. She is going to go shopping, get lunch, and walk around town.
No Government Involved
She's at a candy shop in the mall, where she is buying candy from the company. She experiences Capitalism: where she is allowed to choose what type of candy she wishes to buy.
Open Her Own Business?
After she leaves the mall, she decides to walk around town where she spots a vendor selling bread.
Competing for Business
Asha is experiencing a Market economy. The man sells the bread and makes a profit under his own control without government involvement. He feels very in-control of his business, which is comforting. This can also be viewed as an aspect of capitalism.
On her walk home, she beings contemplating opening her own vending service. She thinks it would be a good source of income. She would make the bracelets herself, so technically she would own them.
She finds herself making a lot of money. She notices that further down the pier, a lady is selling necklaces. The two of them will probably be competing for business, which motivates Asha to work harder.