Preparing for Slaughter

Earlier this year, Grant speculated that the United States would enter a recession. With this in mind… my family and I are preparing for slaughter. Here is what we’re doing — and what you should as well — to get through the upcoming storm… 

A simple look around indicates that Grant is onto something about the state of the economy…  

Car sales slowing down

Cost of food and other necessities skyrocketing…

Everywhere you look, there are signs that a financial crisis is on the horizon. 

If 2008 taught us anything, it was that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure

And, hey, if nothing ends up happening, our situation will only be better for it. 


It all starts with being on the offense… 

Surrendering Is NEVER an Option

The first thing to note about these economic downturns is that “normal” will get you killed. Let me explain what I mean…

Think about what happens every time there is a recession. The media report all these scary statistics that make people afraid to conduct business — which only makes the situation worse! 

While you should NOT be ignorant of the marketplace and be ready to pivot, don’t ever contract or slow your business down. 

Instead, fortify systems that are working and implement new ones that apply to the new climate. 


How to Protect Your Empire from Slaughter

Your full attention and drive should be getting out on the other side of it better than you were before… 

All this could mean: 

  • Less leisure time
  • Longer hours
  • Investing more capital into your business, etc. 

Whatever it looks like for you, succumbing to fear and “that’s just the way it is” is NOT a part of the plan. 

At the end of the day, other empires and economies have risen and fallen all throughout time

People have lived through all of them. 

You just have to decide that you are going to not only survive the next period of hardship… but thrive

See you on the other side,

Elena Cardone  

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