The freedom of our country and freedom for all men was fought for and established. We are a country built on capitalism. Any person willing to work and dare to dream could pursue such. They could create any type of business. Most businesses were genuine and reasonable, but like now, some were corrupt, but they still had the freedom to operate a business. Through the years, some companies overcame the smaller ones and grew their companies into great empires. Still, they had the privilege to do so: America, the land of the free and the home of the brave.
I want to talk about the good people who held to their beliefs and dreams, the backbone of America, those who showed us the way. We have to fight differently to continue what America was built upon, the American dream, and a better world with peace and blessings for all. This is what I am trying to instill in my children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. I encourage them to see good and think about what type of work they would like to do or what kind of business they would want and do it to the best of their ability.
The profession each of them has chosen is diverse; One son and his son operate their own business and are mechanics, His daughter, who is a great teacher, has her certification to be a principal.
My youngest son is also a mechanic and his son works in a warehouse but is learning about the crypto world.
My next to youngest son is a Battalion Fire Chief. His eldest child, a daughter, chose to be a parent. Her husband is a middle school basketball coach and teacher. Their eldest son chose carpentry, while his youngest, a daughter, is in nursing training and has started a business called Operation Basket of Sunshine Embracing with love. You can find her on Facebook. Their youngest son works in a hardware store and is preparing to enter the navy.
My eldest grandson works two jobs, one of them being a firefighter. My next to oldest grandson chose to be a policeman, and I am very proud of him and pray for him every day. I am proud of all my children and grands. They and we are not perfect, but our business as parents is to love, nurture, and encourage them as we grow the future.
For years I have wanted to show the young, not just my own, the good qualities of our country, and what capitalism means, and how much better things will be if they embrace a capitalistic way of life. Work hard, grow a business of their choice or work for someone else, and be proud of their accomplishments.
Unfortunately, it is not as easy today as there are so many rules and regulations to follow. Many blogs could be written on these strict laws, and the effects these have on businesses. But, that is not the purpose of this blog. My goal of this blog is to share and teach good and Godly ways of living, building a better world for our family members, and seeing their dreams fulfilled.
Since things are changing in this world, my thoughts have turned to the crypto world. I am learning and want to share with the younger ones, about this new concept and the new way to freedom. I have taught one grandson, and he has purchased a little bit. We are now teaching him about our great company Compumatrix. Not all minds are geared to learn about cryptos and digital currencies, so we show those prepared for the teacher, and are ready to be educated. A new concept in business worked in a new way—marketing for the twenty-first century.
I read Gail’s newest blog tonight and decided I needed to refer to Quarantine Quandary on Compumatrix.ph. I am so delighted by her desire to prepare her younger grandchildren. They are our future, and we need to teach them. I liked her teaching plan and how she broke down the steps on what she will teach. I found it humorous that like minds think alike, and we both saw this need in this time of lockdown. I will, with her permission, implement her plan into my training. Love it!