Future-Proof Your Career during The Great Unknown Age™
You have possibilities, options, and dreams. You can embrace The Roaring 2020s where anything is possible, where bold entrepreneurs are thriving in the uncertainty, they live in abundance and project a brighter future – or – you can devolve into The Great Unknown Age™ consumed by the 24-hour news cycle, filled with fear, scarcity, and defeat.
The Great Unknown Age™
It’s easy to get bogged down in despair, but the future is bright for people who chart a new course. The news might be dominated by scenes of war, gun violence, and political bickering, but if you take a closer look, innovation and creativity abound. With new technological innovations and financial vehicles never before imagined, we predict the 2020s will roar as they did in the 1920s and result in new economic prosperity as never before imagined.
Today we look longingly at the 1920s with rose-colored glasses and daydream of living at Downton Abbey. However, when you place a critical lens on that moment it has all the trappings we see today. The 1920s had a pandemic (Spanish-Fu), supply-chain disruptions, economic policy bickering, social unrest, election challenges, and even large numbers of people migrating from state to state. However, none of that stopped the optimistic from pursuing their dreams and historians celebrating the economic boom that followed.
Innovators like Elon Musk, Whitney Wolfe Heard, and Jeff Bezos did not achieve success by climbing the corporate ladder. They took action to future-proof their careers and made Tesla, Bumble, and Amazon household names. It’s up to you to take steps to take charge of your career trajectory.
“Many Americans are feeling battered and bruised from working at jobs where they are underpaid, unappreciated, and uninspired,” said Terry Powell, the visionary founder of The Entrepreneur’s Source®, the nation’s leading career ownership coaching. “Take a cue from some of our nation’s wealthiest entrepreneurs and future-proof your career today to secure your future and diversify your portfolio.”
The Entrepreneur’s Source®, the nation’s leading career ownership coaching, helps people combat uncertainty and fear by opening their eyes to the possibility of a brighter future offering self-sufficiency and financial freedom. Education, Awareness, and Discovery help empower people to reach a point of clarity about their future. Career ownership coaching helps people who are feeling battered and bruised in the corporate world determine a way forward.
TES coaches get the ball rolling by helping their clients determine their Income, Lifestyle, Wealth, and Equity™ goals. Once they have a five-year plan, TES clients explore whether they can achieve their goals in the corporate world or if future-proofing their prospects as business owners is a better choice. Clients evaluate whether they are best suited for corporate America, starting a business from scratch or investing in a franchise will help them achieve their personal American dream.
Relying on a proven business ownership model helps eliminate some of the risks and gives people a process to follow, training, and ongoing support. Many people will purchase from a franchise but balk at franchising as a business because they look at fast-food restaurants or convenience stores and assume the price tag is too high. The franchise industry offers low-investment, high-reward business opportunities designed to fit a variety of budgets. Home-based investments or mobile franchises allow people to start as owner-operators and scale their businesses on their own timelines.
The possibilities for people willing to consider a new path are limitless. A TES coach can help guide you on your journey to a bigger and brighter tomorrow.
Learn More About Business Ownership
If you want to join other entrepreneurs who are future-proofing their careers, contact a Career Ownership Coach™ to learn more about business ownership. For more information about TES, visit www.entrepreneurssource.com, or check out our guide book, “Your Career 2.0® A Survival Guide for the Battered Career and Investor Syndrome®.”