"These blogposts are a reflection of my personal journey to understanding how developing this financial education can improve the lives of my family and those whom I work with".
Raymond E. Lee
Raymond E. Lee
I described to clients today this huge generalisation of us humans.
Individually we are quite clever, compassionate, ingenious etc etc... but collectively we are easily led by other's manipulation of our egos and finances, happily enslaved in our ordered world as long as it allows us a lifestyle of reasonable comfort or survival. You want more, show your worth it and you shall be accomodated and appeased.
The staus quo is as it ever was. Is this why dictatorships endure into the 21st century, nothing has changed. The people you never hear of who pull the strings and provide when necessary, shiny distractions for their little lemmings, or sheep, are the same and probably the same families even.
In the old ages it was more honest and we surfs, less demanding.
Ok, enough whingeing from me, So, which are you? Lemming or Sheep? Both are quite adorable in their own way.
However even as a New Zealander who grew up in a country where there were more sheep than people I prefer the company of individuals, and individuals are who I am associated with, the ones who are building a safety net, not just for themselves but for their family and their children's family via residual income development.
Those that are building networks for organisations and businesses that will remain when everything begins to shake-down. As always association is the key, I am proud of my affiliation with associates around the world who are literally paying it forward and are part of the solution and less the problem. Money for yourself and loved ones is the root no? Why else do people support painful and destructive systems?
Someone close to me told me of how his father was held to ransom in jail for the sum of USD200 000 and barely escaped with his life then,later, after the madness subsided returned to work for those same men.
This was interesting don't you think. . .
This is officially an all-out revolution of the financial system where banks are now actively rebelling against the central bank.
(What’s even more amazing is that this concept of traditional banking– holding physical cash in a bank vault– is now considered revolutionary and radical.)
There’s just one teensy tiny problem: there simply is not enough physical cash in the entire financial system to support even a tiny fraction of the demand.
Total bank deposits exceed trillions of euros. Physical cash constitutes just a small percentage of that sum.
So if German banks do start hoarding physical currency, there won’t be any left in the financial system.
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