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Is it Really as Bad as It Seems to Be? Financially and Globally?

With the unemployment rate high in the US, and the riots happening all over the Middle East and in Europe, is really as bad as it seems?

Well if you look at things from an historical standpoint, everything that is happening now, has happened in the past right before World Wars. The tension in the air is so thick that you can almost cut it with a knife.

Here is something I know for certain, unless you or I, are a head of a major country in this world, we have no control of what is going to happen.

That being said, what can the normal average person do in these trying times.

1. We need to get our heads straight. We need to start to address the habits in our lives that are not working for us, especially the one’s that deal with other people. When things start to go bad, it will be imperative to be a person of strength. And if you have limiting habits in your life, these could be a stumbling block for you.

This is a great resource that addresses changing habits in our lives – http://www.habitbustingsystem.com

2. We need to get out of debt – When the crash comes those who owe money will become a slave to the ones that they owe money to. Especially if currency is inflated. Even if you have savings or your 401K, if the currency is devalued, the money you have will be worth far less then what you have now.

This is a great resource to get your finances in order – http://www.daveramsey.com 

3. Become a source of strength to your community – Start to read the Bible. Get involved with a local Bible teaching church. This will be a place to start working out values that will last forever. Churches will play a big part in keeping things intact, if things start to go wrong. You will learn principles of helping others and that will become very important if things start to unravel.

There is always a place for people of value, this is one principle that will never change.

Make sure to start working on this today, this is something that we do have control over.

As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess,

God Bless You,

John Clark

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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