Uniqueness Is Key in Avoiding Economic Hardship
by Naresh Vissa
Recently by Gerald Celente: The 2nd American Revolution
World-renowned Trends Research Institute founder Gerald Celente predicted that the greatest economic depression yet will hit the world by the end of 2012. The slump may be inevitable, but there are ways to prepare for it.
Thomas Jefferson once said, "I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have." During tough times, the average person will make quips for their lack of aptitude and instead take an optimistic approach toward the future. The worst thing you can say to yourself right now is, "The economy sucks now, but it will be fine when I graduate!"
"Perception and reality are two different things," Celente said. "What you may have believed before may not be true now, once you study the facts."
With an economic depression looming, distinguishing one's self from the competition is the only way to guarantee success. Finding ways to broaden your horizons and separate yourself from the pack can only help you during these hard times.
"Start looking at that one thing within you, that unique quality that is better than anybody else," Calente said.
Analyze your life. Reassess your majors. You are making a large investment by attending Syracuse University. Students should sit down with their families and discuss possible returns, separating anticipation from reality.
We're all hoping for the best, but anyone who does not have their antenna up and dismisses the current situation as something minor is overlooking the totality of the problem.
Keeping up with the news is important. This is something you have to do on your own.
October 29, 2009
Gerald Celente is founder and director of The Trends Research Institute, author of Trends 2000 and Trend Tracking (Warner Books), and publisher of The Trends Journal. He has been forecasting trends since 1980, and recently called The Collapse of '09.
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