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Taking The Leap Into The Unknown

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Why the next 7 years will be so critical to preparing yourself A realistic strategy for adopting a ‘back to the land’ lifestyle Why the route to our salvation will look like a leap into the unknown Why those who see what’s coming & take action will be those who prosper If you have not yet read Part 1: Surf’s Up!, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first. Today there are 220,000 more humans on the planet than there were yesterday.  Each day a city’s worth of new humans all wanting food, warmth, cars, smartphones and internet. Meanwhile, the most important resource of them all, oil, is set to begin waning right around 2030, give or take. Once people catch onto the idea that infinite growth is not possible, and that oil is THE limiting resource for a global,

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Taking The Leap Into The Unknown
  • Why the next 7 years will be so critical to preparing yourself
  • A realistic strategy for adopting a ‘back to the land’ lifestyle
  • Why the route to our salvation will look like a leap into the unknown
  • Why those who see what’s coming & take action will be those who prosper

If you have not yet read Part 1: Surf’s Up!, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

Today there are 220,000 more humans on the planet than there were yesterday.  Each day a city’s worth of new humans all wanting food, warmth, cars, smartphones and internet.

Meanwhile, the most important resource of them all, oil, is set to begin waning right around 2030, give or take.

Once people catch onto the idea that infinite growth is not possible, and that oil is THE limiting resource for a global, just-in-time economic system, everything we think we know about money and politics changes.

As I am fond of asking, what are stocks worth in a world without growth?

How will government respond when faced with having to square off against each other for dwindling resources?

The answers I come up with make me extremely confident that big changes are coming in the near-term.

Now, what do I mean by near-term?

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