Half Dead Cat
What do Led Zeppelin, The Big Bang, Schrodinger’s Cat, and Capitalism all have in common?
They all were originally put-down’s given to an idea that were later accepted as a badge of honor by the idea originators.
Jimmy Page was at a party talking about putting a band together.
Somebody said, “Yeah, that’ll go over like a Led Zeppelin!”
Or Led Balloon, which means it wouldn’t fly, or it wouldn’t work.
As the story goes, Jimmy Page said, “Hey, that’s a great name!”
Similarly, all the others were negative labels that were later accepted.
An interesting one is capitalism.
This term was coined by Marxists who wanted to make private property and money making seem “bad.”
But let’s explore the TRUE meaning of capitalism.
Let’s be sure though, capitalism DOES NOT EXIST today.
So when people say, “Capitalism is bad,” they really don’t understand that word.
Anyhow, imagine a little kid wants to sell sandwiches on the street.
They save their money, and buy some bread and peanut butter.
How do they get money?
Mowing lawns, cleaning gutters, walking dogs, etc.
Anyhow, now they’ve exchanged their money for some raw materials.
Then they make some peanut butter sandwiches and sell them.
And let’s say their initial costs were $50.
And after a day of selling sandwiches they’ve got $100.
Think about what happened during each sale.
Let’s say the sandwiches cost $2.
Nobody would buy anything unless they thought they were getting MORE than what they were giving.
All the sandwich buyers VOLUNTARILY paid for the sandwich.
They were HAPPY when they got the sandwich.
So after a day of sales, the kid takes that $100 and decides to double his business.
As soon as that kid makes the decision that the $100 is going to be spent to make more stuff, to sell to more voluntarily paying people that $100 is now defined as “capital.”
The bread and peanut butter are “capital.”
So now this kid is a capitalist.
And his goal is to make a profit.
Both of those terms are thought to be evil these days.
But consider this.
Selfless Money Making
In order to INCREASE PROFITS this kid has to please more people.
And he has to do this not by satisfying his own desires, but by satisfying OTHER PEOPLE’S desires.
The more selflessly he can do this, the more money he’ll make.
Is this evil?
Is this wrong?
Understand the truth about money, and see through the lies.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.