The New Rules of Business
There is a great deal of fear about the future. Everything seems to be changing so fast. Things feel like they are getting worse because everyone seems to be working more for less. The good news is that this is happening to people all around the world, not just here in America. Globalization combined with today’s technology has changed the rules in literally every single industry.
There has never been a better time to make a fortune, opportunity is everywhere.
The bad news is that if you do not adapt to the changes and understand the new way the world works you will fail miserably. In the 1850’s 64% of the American work force were made up of farmers. Imagine how the farmer felt twenty years into the industrial revolution. To him the world was changing for the worse. In fact it wasn’t just farmers, farmer adjacent industries; horse sales, blacksmith etc. were all reeling from the changes to the economy as well. After all what would they do to make money?
The best 2k I ever spent! I am shocked at how much I didn’t know, I didn’t know. ~Bud
All the rules changed then, but what people didn’t know was how many industries were in the process of being created. How much wealth was in the process of being created and how much opportunity was going to be available to all. None of which would be available to them, if they did not grow and change with the times. Today we are facing a seismic rules shift similar to what our ancestors faced. Every industry is changing and the vast majority of jobs that your children will have are yet to be created.
The New Rules of Business course goes into detail showing you how new Trillion dollar industries are forming in Renewable Energy, Biotech, AI, Automation, Genetics and many more. Learn how to adapt yourself and your company to thrive and create great wealth today and in the future.
“You can’t rely on the market to do the right thing” – Elon Musk
Tesla’s strategy “is to enter at the high end of the market, where customers are prepared to pay a premium, and then drive down market as fast as possible to higher unit volume and lower prices with each successive model,”