I Have Come to Save You
Written by Zackary Richards
Pretty presumptuous title, don’t you think?
It’s true though.
So you’re probably saying, “Who the hell does this guy think he is, and why does he think I need saving?! He’s probably one of those religious nuts.”
Nope, not that either.
Look at it this way. What if instead, I said I had a treasure map and wanted to share it with you?
You’d probably be skeptical… But curious nonetheless. Right?
So you say, “Okay, I’ll bite. What are you going to save me from?”
So you say, “Oh great! Let me guess, you’re going to tell me that I need to eat right and exercise and quit whatever bad habits I have, that’s it, isn’t it?”
Not even close.
Let’s go back to the treasure map analogy. What if I took the proverbial peek behind the curtain and saw what’s going to happen to us all in the next five years?
And no, it has nothing to do with Trump or climate change or any of the so-called top topics that keep you occupied while what really should concern you is being quietly kept on the downlow.
I first mentioned it in last week’s post If you missed it here’s the link http://www.thebestwaystogetrich.com/2017/09/11/i-warned-you-about-this-and-now-its-here/
If you’ve read previous posts on this blog, www.thebestwaystogetrich.com you know that the time has come for you to start adapting to the new economy BEFORE your services or product become obsolete.
And believe me, they will!
Here’s the thing. I am in the process of writing a new book its title is:
I Have Come to Save You.
How to Survive in the 21st Century
When I publish it in the next week or so, I suggest you read it. It’s less than one hundred pages and only costs 0.99 cents.
The reason you need to read it is that it provides the next step in your personal evolution.
“What??!!!” What the hell is that supposed to mean?”
Here’s a taste. At the end of the eighteen hundreds and early twentieth century, we, as a nation, rapidly went from being an agricultural society into a manufacturing one.
And we were happy to do so. Why? Because survival usually depended on such undependable circumstances like the weather, or soil conditions, or rainfall or plow horse illnesses that we never knew if we would make it to the coming year. With a factory job you simply showed up, did your job and got paid on Friday.
That’s an evolution.
As circumstances change, we change to fit the new environment.
For example, we don’t have duals anymore. Between the Revolutionary War and the Civil war, more men were killed in duals than were killed in actual wars. Dead men are not productive, and without them doing their part, the wheel of commerce slows down and with widows and orphans clogging up the works, because their provider got himself killed, that practice had to go.
Do you know what’s set up to go next?
Don’t pooh, pooh, me on this. I study these things and know what I’m talking about.
I just showed you the link to the Google car. Did you notice that during last season’s tax time H &R Block had changed their name to H & R Block with WATSON?
Yes WATSON is capable of doing the most complex of taxes and it doesn’t make mistakes. And because it can answer any question immediately, it can WILL replace all customer service representatives.
Macy’s proudly announced last year that it will bring WATSON on board “to better serve their customers.”
Amazon announced that its delivery drones in England were a complete success.
And I won’t even mention how many jobs the 3 D Printer is replacing.
So what do you do?
You do what I did and create a successful online business.
But, you see, that’s easy to say. Much, much harder to do. Believe me, I know.
Most online gurus tell you to find a profitable niche, model yours after it and start selling.
No. You’ll be missing a step if you do that and will likely fail.
Ergo, that is why…
I Have Come to Save You.
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