Monday, August 15, 2011

Leadership For UsuryFree Creatives - Who Double as SDI Entrepreneurs

By Tom J. Kennedy

Most usuryfree creatives who double as SDI entrepreneurs are aware that the common denominator of successful leadership is learning how to apply the concept of effective goal setting in an rigged economic system of usury-based, debt money.

Indeed, the greatest challenge facing these entrepreneurial usuryfree creatives is to achieve the ultimate goal of usuryfree living in an economic world where the  killer machine of usury is still the dominant conrtol mechanism keeping debtors  subservient to their respective creditors for generation after generation.

Committed usuryfree creatives who double as active SDI entrepreneurs have goals that are intertwined within three overlapping circles that create a Venn diagram: (A) Circle of Awareness (B) Circle of Influence and (C) Circle of Intent with Action.

The overlapping or intersection of the three circles symbolically represents the successful, SDI entrepreneur who learns how to effectively blend the optimal elements from the three circles listed above.

Our Circle of Awareness constantly expands to encompass everything that we are learning from our self-imposed process of re-education. Issues that constantly surface in our respective Circles of Awareness are commonly related to conventional and alternative approaches to economics, justice, education, energy, religion, medicine etc.

Usuryfree creatives who double as SDI entrepreneurs are either fully informed about the lies, deceits and deceptions that are being exposed or are ready and willing to learn what formal education neglects to teach.

Though it is important for usuryfree creatives who double as SDI entrepreneurs to know of the issues that we become aware of in our respective Circle of Awareness, experience teaches us that we have little ability to control or effect change within the various, conventional heirarchies. However, with newly acquired knowledge, it is possible for these usuryfree creatives to make a difference by focusing their goals on the 2nd and 3rd Circles while being re-educated in the Circle of Awareness.

Our second circle - the Circle of Influence - is where action can follow our thoughts so that we can make a difference in our respective local communities. While we may not be able to influence the global banking cartel, we can change the way we spend our money. This simple action indirectly attacks the global banking cartel. Usuryfree creatives who double as SDI entrepreneurs are ideally positioned to promote loyalty shopping within our respective Circles of Influence.

This is because SDI entrepreneurs can access quality products at wholesale prices and thereby re-sell them to customers and accept partial federal cash and partial usuryfree community currency for negotiated exchanges. This action introduces customers to both the usuryfree community currency movement and the SDI industry.

Usuryfree creatives who double as SDI entrepreneurs can also make food choices that support local entrepreneurs rather than spending our shopping dollars of debt money with the giant, trans-national corporations.

Our third Circle of Intent with Action is where usuryfree creatives who double as SDI entrepreneurs can make the greatest impact since our actions on our self-imposed mission follows our intent. By setting reachable goals we can refine our intent based on the accessable resources made available within our Circles of Awareness and Circles of Influence.

For the usuryfree creative who doubles as an SDI entrepreneur, the Circles of Awareness and Circles of Influence both increase in direct proportion to an expanding awareness of the cause of the conventional problems associated with wars, violence, poverty, scarcity and lack and a willingness to explore solution-oriented concepts that foster the experience of usuryfree living.

It is essential to remember that action follows intent, and intent follows thought, and thought is provoked or triggered with new information that challenges what formal education teaches.

Usuryfree creatives who double as SDI entrepreneurs are commonly dedicated to setting goals to re-educate themselves on issues that formal education neglects to teach. This enables them to establish their intent and thereafter take action to influence other debtors to strive to achieve a usuryfree lifestyle.

Certainly, launching an SDI enterprise increases the possibility for any usuryfree creative (or becoming usuryfree creative) to experience a usuryfree lifestyle. Ultimately, an SDI Portfolio where SDI entrepreneurs earn income(s) from more than one source will become the norm as we progress into this 21st Century.

All debtors are cordially invited to become usuryfree creatives and learn how to intertwine their respective, personal goals within the three circles that create the Venn diagram as described above.

Readers who are ready now to create an SDI Portfolio are invited to forward an email to: with “SDI Portfolio” in the Subject line and we will share details of some possibilities.

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