Chase Dreams – Not Comfort
When they closed the movie theaters in March of 2020 they forgot to tell us that the next release was going to be a real life sci-fi movie. Since then when you think it can’t get any crazier it does.
What most were not prepared for was the sudden stop to income and revenue. Politicians, who kept getting their paycheck, determined who was allowed to make money and who were not by classifying a business as essential or non-essential. They deemed it safe to go to large retail stores but unsafe to buy the same item at a small boutique. They deemed it safe to go to a strip club and liquor store but unsafe to attend church or get a haircut. Depending on your location the response was different, but while people were fighting about masks the largest transfer of wealth and power in the history of America began, just like 1929 and 2008.
What made this event so different is the removal of choice. Bad recession? Hard workers always find work regardless of economy. They adapt. They move. They start a business. But what happens when mandates kick in demanding a worker do x, y and z? Suddenly that changes options and with that choice. Millions of people had to do things that went against their advice of a medical doctor, against their beliefs, and against everything they stand for solely to keep food on the table.
That can never happen again, and time is of essence as the sci-fi movie seems to move at a rapid speed of craziness. That is what this book is about. In simple terms it shows how the system is rigged to keep people trapped and what to do about it.
Grab your copy and then come join our community of people who are getting off the hamster wheel to create choice, as choice equal freedom to say yes to the things you want to do and no to the things you don’t.
The book is set to release on March 25, 2020 (or earlier) on Amazon and bookstores around the world. And yes, we know about the big elephant in the room, as one of the top winners of this shutdown is also the vehicle for getting this book out. Please support small and local as much as you can, so if you can, ask your local bookstore to bring it in. And while you’re at it, pay cash for it so they don’t have to pay the fee. You’ll soon learn why after reading the book.