This too shall pass

05 Sep This too shall pass

Today I’m going to talk to you about the next set of concerns that came in through the surveys we conducted.  They were:

  • Concerns about the economy
  • Lack of Entrepreneurial Skills / Marketing
  • The state of Overwhelm

It’s true.  We haven’t been here before.  The Great Depression was a stock crash but what we have today is six major indicators that must go through a major overhaul.  What can you do when you don’t have the credit and equity lines you used to live on?

I’ll talk to you about those six major things happening in our world, specifically in America, that have never happened collectively, all at one time, since 1860.

Too many people believe that to just sit back and wait until it passes is the best solution for them.  All I can say is, “Welcome to the new economy and beyond market!  What are you going to do about it?”  Listen in while I answer that question (and more) and help you get on the right path…

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24 Comments
  • Ramiro
    Posted at 22:24h, 05 October Reply

    Can you really make me a millionaire starting with no money?

  • Sarah
    Posted at 02:53h, 06 October Reply

    Wow!

    Very powerful – is it really as simple as it sounds?

  • Natalie J
    Posted at 11:09h, 06 October Reply

    Thanks you confirm my thoughts…

    Also, the great depression example is good…etc.

    Great energy!

    Yes, as a media person I have done the same as your introduction. I have stopped.

    Very nice!

  • Mark Wiemer
    Posted at 19:39h, 06 October Reply

    Loral,

    If you could help me do what you say you can do I and my family will be forever grateful.
    I look forward to communicating with you again.

    Hope to hear from you soon on what to do next.

    Thank you,
    Mark

  • Chuck
    Posted at 20:12h, 06 October Reply

    I like your thoughts on getting started. I used to do business on my own and never was able to take them to higher levels but, with your program I beleive I can. I’m a slow starter and learner and I know that any one can do this. It’s like jumping in the water, just takes a little nerve but, once your in it’s fun.

  • Anthony D
    Posted at 05:28h, 07 October Reply

    Very good points raised.

    Simple and effective actions can definitely get you too another level.

    Looking forward to the new book coming out.

    Thanks.

  • baby
    Posted at 17:49h, 07 October Reply

    thank u its a great good example and powerful to all who can listen to your voice

  • Reshonda
    Posted at 13:51h, 07 October Reply

    I’m very interested…how can you help those who have no money to start?

  • monika oldenburg
    Posted at 21:49h, 07 October Reply

    great

  • monika oldenburg
    Posted at 21:51h, 07 October Reply

    please,send me more info, thank you

  • Julie Steele
    Posted at 09:56h, 08 October Reply

    I have spent a year creating a website to manifest a network of people who Teach By Example. (www.Teachbyexample.org) I am so happy to have received the email about LiveOutLoud because I need a good support team, and this sounds perfect. Thanks for creating this network and I look forward to going to the next level and market my website.

    Julie Steele….The real deal

  • Isaiah Washington
    Posted at 20:22h, 09 October Reply

    Thank you Loral
    Super Content, and so well Mapped out, and to the Point, Take care and I will see you On the Next Video Isaiah

  • KEHINDE
    Posted at 17:30h, 16 October Reply

    this is good. when can i get started. i live in nigeria.

  • Syllvia Hagen
    Posted at 23:32h, 24 November Reply

    The universe allows for the attraction of the teacher when the student is ready. I thank my lucky stars for leading me to Loral Langemeier!

    I know you have heard this 1000’s of times. And you shall hear it from me, too. Thank You, Loral. Thank You. Thank You. Thank You.

    “Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others.” – Cicero

    My Best to You from Las Vegas,
    Syllvia Hagen
    Creator of ‘Powerful Living”

  • Brigid
    Posted at 05:32h, 06 March Reply

    Very very inspiring. I left school over 20 years ago with no direction. Through the years I have worked on myself. I am now at a new chapter in my life. New start in a different country. Thank God I found this web site. You have given me direction Loral. Too often we feel helpless and focus on what we are not good at instead of saying ‘what are my strengths and how can I build on them’. I would like to work more with you Loral. In fact I would like to be a life coach. Have you a training program?

  • John Epp
    Posted at 05:53h, 30 March Reply

    Dear Loral,
    Love your brash, calculated approach to not only earning money, but allocating the right personal formula for each individual to create a wealth momentum. I’ve got a problem right now with my ex-wife still living in the house refusing to settle our divorce making it hard for me to plan my future without incurring future income. Is there a corporation set-up here in Ontario that is right for me or should I set up a foreign account to protect my interests? I retired a year ago from GM so I have the time to do the due diligence for a number of businesses that I would like to start. I also have a little cash to invest, but I have trouble answering the 8 questions properly with my divorce not being settled yet. Can you and your esteemed team help now or should I wait until my mess is over to proceed? It could be a long wait because the legal system here seems to move at a snails pace. I’ve been at this for at least three years [for the sake of our three children-15,13 & 9].
    Thanks, John

  • Patrick Stam
    Posted at 23:31h, 05 April Reply

    Hi Beautifur Loral L.,Just view’d the three video’s and believe you inspired me to follow you and maybe one day do some affiliationning with your team ! Personally i wish upon all the magical stars this be to happen ??? and one day make your aqauintance .cheers,P.S. AWESOME VIDEO EDUCATING MATERIAL !!!! Make your’s fabulous day ‘kay now.

  • tammie mclean
    Posted at 13:56h, 12 April Reply

    help

  • tammie mclean
    Posted at 13:53h, 12 April Reply

    I ‘am trying to log in,it’s not working ‘it’s me not you.

  • Marcia
    Posted at 10:14h, 14 April Reply

    Como faço para ver os vídeos traduzidos para o portugues ou legendado ?
    Grata, Marcia

  • Rich
    Posted at 06:08h, 19 July Reply

    Seems for real. I don’t like the association with Kyosaki, though. I bought 2 of his books and they were a waste of my time and money; just a pep rally with no concrete info on how to make money….

  • Christina
    Posted at 23:44h, 23 July Reply

    Hi Loral, thank you for all that inspiring advice. I will listen again. Yes I would like to be an entrepreneur, Im not sure what I want to get into ie I’d to sell my paintings, craft, but not sure where to start…okay thank you I need to put my thinking cap on. Thank you for making this info accessable. Much inspired. 🙂

  • Geoff Kipps-Bolton
    Posted at 19:45h, 27 December Reply

    We can all do it, we all know we can, but we need someone to push us into it! I’m already building websites, I need to continue my metamorphosis into an entrepreneur, currently I’m still an entre-poor-neur

  • Dean
    Posted at 15:10h, 28 January Reply

    When I was younger I was an excited risk taker. Now after becoming the old guard of working for a paycheck and pension, my dreams have dulled. I need to get back to that spirit of adventure but my body will not hold up to the things I am doing today. I need a course change and like what I have heard so far.

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