Defining survival. Powerful statements
POWERFUL STATEMENTS DEFINING SURVIVAL Defining survival for your business in 2016 will require the greatest of focus on gathering resources.

A visit to an area gun range noted gun sales are at an all time high.

When the world economy crashes there will not be enough bullets or guns to fight your way out of the troubling times.

Existing times dictate we pay attention to the local and world economic climate.

No one has a crystal ball, but writing on the proverbial wall speaks to harsh times ahead.

Defining survival helps you plan for the present and near future.

Your ability to survive depends upon a high priority to discern what is necessary in obtaining the necessities of life.

You must reason with all your mental capacity to keep a positive position.

A book often recommended by financial executives is “The Richest Man In Babylon”.

The book was initially printed in the 1920s and remains relevant to this very day.

It teaches practical lessons in finance.

The man or woman expecting to move forward in difficult times must maintain the highest of wit.

In my arena you will find entrepreneurs who have left America starting to exchange dollars for other valuable currencies.

Many Americans expecting to escape the worst of times are abroad living in Europe.

All the great empires of earth at some point come to an end.

Take the time to research for yourself the following empires; Babylon, the Medes and Persians, the Greeks and Romans.

They all were at a point of splendor and grandeur during their zenith.

The final great empire of earth after the Romans is the current American empire.

What you would like to see for yourself make it so with a well thought out plan.

In my niche patients will still need the services of a certified dentist.

A bartering system will keep your doors open. Those who find a way to remain of value to their communities will survive.

The greatest among us that remain valuable to those we service plain and simple will survive.

Survivalist who meet in the woods are training how to return to yesteryear, living off the land.

They are educating themselves in the ways of growing crops from seeds and storing up provisions to survive the throes of winter.

Defining survival is not a game but a serious effort to win in the game of life.

From the Diary of my enlightenment,

A.L. Clark, D.D.S.


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I am a dentist in the Kansas City, MO. area willing to help in the world where dental health care is needed and appreciated. To date we have established a dental clinic in Israel and evaluated the healthcare delivery system in Havana Cuba. Serving my community at this time as a photo journalist also.

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