From big city to small town Capitalsawersventurebeat, there are few places like home. For many people, this is the final frontier. But for others, it’s their last chance at a career or a life on the road. In these direst of times and in these most desperate of situations, we can take heart in the fact that even though there may be little chance of recovery, our hard-earned gains can still be made. In those unlikely but precious moments when we have the strength to stand up and face what’s actually going on – and not just accept it and move on – but actually act upon it, regardless of how difficult it might be to do so… then perhaps there is some hope for us all.
What is a “capsicum”?
In the book “The Man Who Could Not Be Tamed,” author Michael Kromlov discusses how one man’s struggle to protect his fellow man is transformed into a powerful, iflator resistance. One man, whose name is never given, cannot be tamed. So, he stands his ground and protects what he has, even when it means taking a beating. This is the essence of resilience – a hard-won skill, anyhow, that can save one’s life in hard times.
The stabilizing factors of adversity
When people are faced with insurmountable odds, they usually turn to their financial and other resources to help them cope. But sometimes, if they have the will, they also turn to other innate strengths – their intelligence, creativity, and perseverance – and use those strengths to overcome adversity. This is the essence of perseverance.
Change can’tlast forever
Adventure often comes with a danger of change. Tensions rise and then, inevitably, turn to bitterness and resentment. This is why small-town entrepreneurs are so successful. They are able to maintain and even expand their businesses when faced with challenge – because they have the ability and the will to overcome it.
Why small-town entrepreneurs are so successful
For many, this might sound like a challenge. But for many, it’s a chance to make a difference. Entrepreneurship is a creative, problem-solving process. You start with a problem, then search for solutions to that problem. You discover what problems people have, and how they can be solved. Then you invent a solution to that problem. This is what small-town entrepreneurs do.
Home is where the heart is
It’s no secret that the most challenging times are ahead of us. That’s why it’s important to have your “top down” emergency plan in place. You’re better off knowing what to do in a emergency than not having a plan in place at all. Emergency-planning guides, such as those from the National Park Service or the Federal Emergency Management Agency, can help you stay on top of the happenings in your area.
So, what if there’s hope for us all?
If there’s anything we’ve learned since “The Man Who Could Not Be Tamed,” it’s that the best hope for us all is in the hands of God. We can’t control or prevent things that are happening, but we can try to control what happens to us. If we simply accept that life will be hard, if we accept that there will be challenges, and if we say “yes” to anything – even if it’s just a five-word advertisement in the newspaper – then there’s some hope for us all.
Don’t give up on trying – even on the big stage
It’s no secret that the online marketing industry is a very tough industry to get into, but there is a great chance that one of these days, you’re going to face an electronic marketing situation that is incredibly challenging and/or difficult for you to overcome. If that’s the case, then you might want toconsider entering this industry as an entry-level marketing role. If you do, you’ll need to be prepared to use your brain, your contacts, and your analytical skills to come up with creative, effective strategies that can overcome any challenges you face.
#Take heart in dark days
As hard as it can be, people will try to make you feel better about the challenges you’re facing. They will tell you that things are going to be okay, and they will hope that you will rise to the challenge. In truth, you are fighting a losing battle. All you can do is take heart in what’s happening in the world, and take comfort in the fact that your struggles are not unique to you.