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Many people are gloomy about the global economy; on top of that pessimism, today’s outmoded educational systems, obsolete business models and irresponsible governments accentuate the feeling of malaise. Randy Gage, a “prosperity coach” and prolific author, advises that problems present opportunities and that the way to get ahead is by being a contrarian. Gage’s views can be a little far out at times, like when he predicts a near future in which animals take over people’s jobs, employers clone workers and virtual sex becomes a reality. He covers too much terrain to be in-depth about any one thing and verges on the platitudinous, yet he clearly conveys his message of self-reliance, risk taking and individualism. getAbstract suggests his concise look at what may come to open-minded entrepreneurs, free-market thinkers or anyone who wants an unconventional – and contrarian – view of the world.

In this summary, you will learn

  • Why upheaval usually presents opportunity,
  • Where the opportunities are now,
  • How to protect your retirement savings and
  • How to “harness your ego” to drive you toward achieving your goals.
 

About the Author

Randy Gage has written nine best-selling books on prosperity and success that have been translated into 25 languages.

 

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Disruptive change is engulfing every aspect of your life, including your business and your leisure time. To profit from change, don’t just follow the latest trends and latch on to what everyone else is doing. Anticipate upheaval and benefit from the transformations roiling the...

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