Posted 7 years ago on July 8, 2013, 3:27 a.m. EST by Kavatz
from Edmonton, AB
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If you had a boat, a car or a house, would you call them assets? You would be wrong to do so, they are liabilities. The related transactions (payments), do not go on the good side of the income statement. Never finance something that depreciates.
Can you make a better burger than McDonald's? Obviously yes, but you can't make a better selling burger. The system is the product, not the food.
It's this kind of knowledge 99% Conglomerate Subsidiary owners will learn quickly.
If you want to work for the rest of your life, that's fine. The Conglomrate needs people like you. If you are an owner, you hire people and pay as little as possible.
If that doesn't sound like a cool thing to do, consider this. Every worker is given every opportunity, information and encouragement to create their own Subsidiary. No one gets a hand out but no one is refused a hand up (to a higher level of success). Workers of Subsidiaries learn quickly that you work for experience, not money.
If you are broke now, a pay increase will never make you financially free. Workers happy with their income, position and forecasted security will remain as ever valuable to Subsidiaries, but the goal is to cycle as many local workers through the system as possible, hopefully turning out as many new Subsidiaries as possible.
The pool of unemployed workers is vast but, like the resources on the planet, finite. The Conglomerate won't stop until every single consumer, worker and entrepreneur in the world (excluding elite) is participating.