The Next 20 Years Will Be Completely Different From The Past
Current global trends are bleak: weak economic growth, too much debt, declining incomes for the lower 99%, a dangerous addiction to fossil fuels, and ecological destruction just to name a few. Many of us understandably feel resigned to an eroding standard of living in the years to come. At best.
But what if we told you that there are specific, attainable steps you can take today that can limit your vulnerability to these trends and help you be:
• Live with greater purpose
• More valued by others
• Safer from harm
That’s exactly what Prosper! offers: a blueprint for taking control of and improving your destiny. It outlines practical, actionable investments of your time & resources that will ensure you enjoy greater prosperity in your life, whatever the future may bring.
In Prosper!, Martenson and Taggart will explain:
• The trends mostly likely to shape your life over the next 20 years
• Why developing resilience offers your best chance for thriving, even though society may suffer from the changes these trends may bring
• How to build true wealth
• What specific actions to take now to secure a prosperous future, no matter what the future holds
• How everybody can benefit from this guidance, regardless of age, income or ability How we can best serve the next generation by the actions we take today
Prosper! is the highly anticipated follow-up to Martenson’s acclaimed book The Crash Course (Wiley, 2011)
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About the Author
They both moved their families to more rural, self-sufficient locations with strong community engagement, and launched the website PeakProsperity.com. The website is visited by 4 million people a year, and its video series The Crash Course has been viewed over 15 million times and translated into over 14 languages.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
There are major trends in the world that likely will shape our way of life over the next several decades. With that in mind, if you’re uncomfortable with the assumption that “they” will take care of what’s important, then this book is for you. The authors present a case for individual resilience – having the right mindset and performing the right actions to prepare yourself and family by knowing how to “do some useful things, keep a deep pantry, know your neighbors, and help when you can.” The book examines eight forms of capital each of us have and how we can develop them. Even if the authors are entirely wrong about the future, everything they recommend is still worth doing.