How Entrepreneurship can Shield you Against Financial Collapse

How Entrepreneurship can Shield you Against Financial Collapse

Are you still stuck in your dead-end 9 to 5 job? Have you been thinking about entrepreneurship but haven’t got a chance – or the courage – to start a business? If you answer yes to these questions, then let me tell you this: There are many reasons why you should start your own business.

The freedom, the opportunity to be wealthy and financially independent, and a chance to pursue your dream are typically the reasons why you should jump into the entrepreneurship bandwagon.

I understand that you still have thousands of question to answer before you plunge yourself into entrepreneurship: What if I fail? What if got scammed? What if nobody want to buy from me? And other what-if scenarios you have.

Well, if you are still not sure whether entrepreneurship is for you or not, let me give you one reason that might interest you to take action.

What about if I tell you that entrepreneurship is the only way to go to protect yourself – and your loved ones – from the upcoming financial collapse, which also mark the biggest wealth transfer event in the mankind history?

No, I’m not being too much. You see, the so-called economic recovery you heard today is only an illusion. In reality, we are heading toward the biggest economic collapse in the history of mankind; a collapse that destroy the Roman empire into pieces – the same – or even bigger – collapse that can also destroy the biggest nations in the world into pieces.

Yeah – I know what you think. “That won’t happen,” you said. Well, let’s put it this way. What IF it DOES happen? What would you do?

Just like insurance, you take it to shield yourself and your loved ones from the potential calamity caused when something is happening to you. You don’t expect bad things to happen, but if they do happen, you are well-prepared.

To me, whether the experts are right or wrong, what I need to do is to get prepared.

And I have the biggest protection in the form of entrepreneurship (as well as precious metal investing I do as a hedge.)

I’m not an expert so I can understand that you don’t trust me. Well, there is no better way to ask for trusted info other than from the experts who do what they preach.

In today’s post, let me feature the podcast between Chris Martenson and Robert Kiyosaki. Both are trend analysts, and the guest, Mr. Kiyosaki, is well-known as personal finance and investing guru I always follow.

Listen to this podcast and start taking note – this is perhaps what will make you jump out of your comfort zone called a job and into the unknown but lucrative world of entrepreneurship:

Well said, Robert. Money today is not money. Money today is just an illusion – it’s a currency. The real value diminishes as the government continues to print money out of thin air. And when the economic collapse does happen, paper currency will lose most of its value.

So, what do to now? Well, basically, you need to convert your money into assets, such as businesses. That is one of the major reasons why entrepreneurship is the way to go.

So, what do you think of Chris Martenson and Robert Kiyosaki’s poadcast?

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2 thoughts on “How Entrepreneurship can Shield you Against Financial Collapse

  • Hi Ivan,

    I agree with you 100% on this post. Building a business is the way to go, but many people don’t want to put in the work that it takes to build a business. It’s so much easier to get a job and follow the crowd. They say that J.O.B. stands for just over broke though, so I don’t see why people don’t create a business to create the level of wealth that they want. I really big on personal finance and building my own business as well. Good post!

    Regards,
    Lawrence

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    • Ivan Widjaya Author · Edit

      Lawrence,

      Hello and thanks for sharing your thought!

      Yes, people want to do it the easier way, so they take a job. Indeed, being your own boss is challenging. BUT, there are perks that are only accessible when you are an entrepreneur, such as: Tax breaks, unique relationship with banks and other funding opportunities, unlimited wealth potential, the ability to turn your dream into reality, and a real protection against financial collapse.

      Of course, not all entrepreneurs will survive the collapse, though… only those who are lean and responsive to changes very well.

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