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The Possibilities Are Vast and Endless Just Like the Sea!

In today's America and for decades there have been those the take the risk to start their own business or side hustle that becomes an empire or at least their beacon to financial freedom. However majority of people shy away or even baulk at the idea of them doing this or people they know wanting to do this.


It's not entirely their fault, it's the society we are in that teaches this mindset to entrepreneurship and personal freedom. They want more cogs in the wheel for already dominant companies and workers. They do not want those that will disturb their comfortable control. It is almost like they only allow certain ideas or products to be accelerated to success because it'll make them (Wall Street) even richer! In a way, they are doing exactly what Antoine de Saint-Exupéry said not to do.


“If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea.” ― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry


What we have been missing in our education system and our society is the teaching to want to explore, to be adventurous, and take the risk for enlightenment, even if it means losing. So even if you're not a business owner or soon to be entrepreneur, you can bring that yearning of others to life. Support those with small businesses before going to the big stores. Support those that have side hustles and give them your business. If others can see people supporting those that they too one day wish to be, they'll be quicker to jump and take the risk to start a new adventure.


The possibilities are vast and endless just like the sea!

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