I’ve just laid off after working for the same company for fifteen years. I thought I did the right things as I was growing up. I married, got a good job, had children, and bought a nice house and nice vehicles for my wife and myself. Now, I’m thinking, “How do I find a new job in this economy”?

With the economy in bad shape and getting worse everyday, it has people from every walk of life finding themselves out of a job and facing bad financial situations. They are asking themselves those exact questions. Home foreclosures slowed down for a brief period during the grace period given by the Federal Government, and now they are on the rise again. We now find people from almost every walk of life, engineers, stock brokers, the banking industry, real estate, architects, builders, auto workers, insurance agents, you name it, facing extremely difficult situations because of the economy. There is a person from one of these walks of life, all across America today asking themselves, “What do we do now”?

It is my opinion that this recession is going to result in the largest transference of wealth since the great depression. This wealth will be transferred to people from all walks of life as they search and grow. I also believe that this transfer of wealth will come to those who are utilizing today’s most powerful communications system, doing business online. These same people will be checking out ways to create wealth. Doing this, they will be learning things that they have never learned before. If they are careful and choose the right online opportunity, they will make proper business relationships and alliances to watch their wealth steadily grow as they put forth their best effort.

There is a lot of fear out there right now. You hear it in everyday conversation. Various companies all over are laying off people. Elders are wondering what is going to happen to their retirement investments. Baby boomers are wondering if their will even be any social security. People can say that these are simple concerns, or whatever; I say that it is fear, and everyone is sharing it in one way or another.This fear can be minimalized to the point where the only fears you will have are your start-up fears. These fears are experienced when starting a new job, going to a new school, meeting your in-laws for the first time, and worrying about your venture into entrepreneurship. Then, once your feet are wet, and you have been there a couple days doing whatever it is, you become comfortable. Then, even your start-up fears diminish and will disappear.



Source by John C. Harris

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