I'm 60. I should be retired. Instead, I find myself fighting the system every day on behalf of people who just need one good break to make it on their own.
The world is at a tipping point. Since the Corona virus outbreak started and spread globally, life as we knew it ended. Some would say forever. The knock-on effect is well document. Families have lost loved ones. Businesses and even whole business sectors have been decimated. Unemployment has skyrocketed. Tens if not hundreds of millions of people don’t have enough money to live but equally don’t have enough money to die. Politicians are focussed on arguing and point scoring, and don’t seem capable of agreeing on a plan to help people get back on their feet. Big business, especially the Tech Sector is getting richer by the second, and the divide between the “have’s” and the “have not’s” has never been wider and more inequitable.
That’s why the title of this post is “If you’re not part of the solution – you’re part of the problem”.
I could have chosen to do nothing and ease into retirement. God knows I’ve earned it. I started work on our farm in a rural area in Central Queensland, Australia, when I was 5 years old. So I’ve been working for 55 years already. That’s the same as someone who started work when they were 21, and are now 76.
However, I know I have a lot of life experience and business experience as a serial entrepreneur. It’s just not right for me to deny other people access to that.
So i’m now on a mission. The mission is that before I die, I want to help as many people as I can achieve three things in their life:
1. Real and lasting good health
2. Financial independence
3. Growth through personal development so that they become the best version of themselves that is possible
Every product or service I offer will be a solution to one of those three stated objectives.