Third World Entrepreneur

Have you ever observed people in Third World countries and how they are mostly resourceful and self-reliant entrepreneurs? Examples would be trading commerce within their community, farming and feeding local families, and making their own clothes for personal use and trade. A lot of families in the Third World have a home-based business of some kind. One can say they need to do this out of necessity, due to minimal availability of jobs and their economy, however, I see them as people who have learned to create their circumstances. I believe Americans and all others impacted by this global economy change can learn a lot from the Third World Entrepreneur.

The majority of people in developed countries like the United States have historically worked up the ladder as a laborer or hired hand, and have accepted that exchanging their time for money is the best way to earn a living. In reality that is the worst way to earn a living. Why would you want to build someone else’s business, when you can build your own? Why build someone else’s dream when you can build your own?

The people in Third World countries that become entrepreneurs to survive are not weak. They are strong and empowered people. They have developed self-reliance and inner strength. They did it because it was possible.

I would propose that we work together in peace and create a community in which we adopt the best of Third World entrepreneurialism while utilizing the modern conveniences of the developed world (such as technological advances that make our lives easier, modern holistic healing, and rapid transit.)

I feel, and perhaps you will agree, the masses in today’s society have become weak and dependent instead of empowered and free. I hear countless stories of people being dependent on an unemployment check and fearful their extension will not be approved. These are educated people that had successful careers and are now fearful souls. These people have accepted this scenario in their lives instead of creating their own circumstances.

A choice can be made in a different direction and that is why I choose to be an entrepreneur. I can learn business skills and self-reliance that will pay off in the long run. Even if I have to put my time in without pay to learn business skills and what it takes to succeed, it will be worth it, because it is priceless experience to do so. Through trial and error, I have found the Network Marketing Industry to be the best place to learn these skills and still earn a living.

So how can you become an entrepreneur and start creating your ideal circumstances? Before I answer that, let me frame a bigger picture for you. If we keep letting the government make decisions for us instead of being Leaders in our own lives, and especially if the majority of the population continues to do this, we will lose our great country. This is just my opinion, however, there is a lot of evidence out there that led me to this conclusion. Now might be a good time to remember JFK’s famous quote, “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what can you do for your country. “

Stay with me here. As individuals we have given control of our lives away, whether you want to admit it or not. And the best way to reclaim personal power, and to empower others, is to be great and show others what is possible right now. Imagine creating, sustaining, and living in a community that is self-supportive. Imagine a community, comprised of families, comprised of individuals who are self-reliantly developing their unlimited potential as individuals, not only for their own self-empowerment, but in the service of others.

It is time again to stand up and take back our country. Be bold! Be entrepreneurially-minded! Learn to be the leader of your life again! And, let’s get used to the idea of helping ourselves by helping others.

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