Just take a look at the US and world economy today. The financial system is crumbling, on the verge of complete collapse. Pretty soon, your job will mean nothing, and people will be working for even smaller slave wages than what you see today. The downfall of the U.S. financial system is inevitable; it will happen. So since we’re all living on borrowed economic time, shouldn’t we think about rediscovering our entrepreneurial spirit? We’ve lost our way in terms of having a hustle and producing multiple streams of income, based on our ingenuity and talents. Whether it’s cooking, sewing, hauling, growing, lawn care or providing electrical/plumbing or accounting and technical, digital media services, the skills we were taught as kids and young adults can be quite profitable. Most of us are more interested in maintaining a job rather than working for ourselves. But being entrepreneurs is not only our history, but a noted and illustrious legacy for Indigenous Afro Americans. We’re inventors, traders/barterers. We invented the hustle in America. Join me Thursday as we discuss our entrepreneurial legacy and how we can reclaim it. Let’s dialogue.
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