Everyone’s still in a panic about the “breakdown of the economy”.
Endless new Gooroos come out every day prophesying bullshit about protecting your wealth and assets.
Like money actually means something.
Money is meaningless; so are physical possessions. In the event that the economy DOES break down (which I’m super skeptical about anyway), all assets will mean nothing.
Save a place of shelter and a plot of land you could grow your own food on.
Hoarding gold and precious metals is about the same as stashing your pillow with cash.
Few weeks back, I met with a friend for dinner while he was in town.
We were old college buds and it was the first time we met in 9 years.
Now he’s a big shot over at IBM; manager of the region or something.
The conversion turned to how one climbs the corporate ladder for years and when one reaches the top, one realizes the whole thing was a pointless exercise.
Laid off employees figured this out on their own.
We’ve been living an illusion…
Safety and security are a fiction. Reality is, the only reason no one breaks into your house, steals your stuff, and kills you in your sleep is that we as a society have agreed not to do this.
But if shyt hits the fan, the deal’s off…and we realize there never really was security.
So my friend and I pondered the question:
“What are the REAL assets that will mean something, regardless of what happens to the worldwide economy?”
What should we “hoard” if there were one thing that would guarantee our safety?
And the answer was staring us in the face.
Education. Skills. Knowledge.
Because money and gold are meaningless; they’re merely symbols that we as a society have agreed to trade in exchange for our “usefulness” to one another.
Education, skills, and knowledge are the only “real” asset there is. As long as we are useful to someone, that someone will trade their usefulness with ours.
So when I hear people are depressed because they’ve been laid off…
I’m of course sympathetic, because it is a terrible plight.
But being “redundant” means that what you used to sell or exchange for money is no longer useful to the company you worked for.
And if you can’t find a job after that, then it means what you sold is not useful to anyone else.
Which raises the question: How will you survive the future?
Find something else that belongs to you, which is also useful to others. Develop it and sell that from now on.
I’m not even talking about going out and getting a new degree or gaining some new skill.
I’m just saying you ARE already useful in some other way that you haven’t thought about selling before. And you could be selling THAT usefulness instead.
Which is why so many laid off ex-employees are now turning to business alternatives and trying to create their own jobs.
But if you don’t know WHAT usefulness to sell…or you don’t know how to sell it…you’ll still be out of a job and won’t be able to feed your family.
Which is why YaghiLabs can be your best friend.
Our consultation packages come in two forms.
The first, intimately know as Option #1, is a Full service for people who’ve decided to survive by selling something on the Internet. And it includes:
– A product identification session (ie, what usefulness you can sell) and for what price
– An audience to sell to (ie, advertising and traffic generation finds people who need your chosen usefulness)
– and A method and a process to get paid for it (ie, how to convey this usefulness in such a way that people are willing to trade their usefulness for yours)
That’s all included in Option #1.
Or, if you’re need help with a more specific need; like you’re not ready to sell or advertise, but you’d like to figure out what unique product you can make your future with, then Option #2 is a better (cheaper) alternative.
Here’s where to get both:
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Either way, you should be hoarding internet-selling skills. That’s where your job has gone. To software and to cheaper third world employees which software has connected businesses with.