Here in the U.S. many dream of owning their own business. So much that it was incorporated into the whole American dream propaganda. The tale of the hard worker who built their business starting with nothing but hard work and an idea. It is due to this propaganda in fact that the U.S. sees so many immigrating here, including illegally.
For many decades now lawmakers here have clamped down on the reality of this happening, pushing laws and permits that make many businesses out of reach for those who don’t have a sizable amount of money to compete with the large corporations.
So What To Do?
There are many ways to view a system such as Blurt. I normally focus on the social side, because that will be the deciding factor on whether Blurt can reach a point of velocity through demand the price has nowhere to go but up.
In this piece however I wish to discuss the employee ownership structure that we see built into Blurt.
Stake is a form of employee ownership. Your amount of stake determining when contrasted to others stake your amount of ownership.
And make no mistake, it is a real ownership. You decide how many hours you put into this. You decide monetarily how much you invest in your business slice of Blurt. What you put in is owned by you.
Unlike the other chains, where ones ownership can quickly be nullified by someone with more ownership (stake), here no one can undo your investments, whether through direct investment, the other businesses (accounts) here that you invest in with your attention and vote (stake allocation).
When you see other businesses here you wish to see thrive, your allocation of the interest is in fact an investment in those other businesses around you here. You are supporting them. In a way, we can say that in one aspect we could view those other businesses (accounts) as our suppliers. We decide who we would see thrive here beside us. Who we believe offers quality and the best potential for the growth and health of the entire Blurt ecosphere we are running our businesses from.
Investment For The Future Often Entails Reinvestment On Top Of Investment.
Many businesses fail because they either don’t invest enough initially, or as is quite often the case, they fail to reinvest into their business to both maintain their current position as well as to see growth.
This failure to nurture ones business is a sure recipe for failure when one is running a business.
In healthy businesses, we often see not only an investment up front. We also see in many cases profits not taken at first, positions shored up that allow for expansion.
Here at Blurt, there is a unique structure that basically allows anyone with virtually no investment to begin their business.
Unfortunately, this may skew ones view into both holding their business here with little regard, but also into believing that because of the initial low barrier of entry, that their business here is of low quality. Something to extract as much as possible as quick as possible.
A shortsighted view once one understands business structures designed for success. Shortsighted as it denigrates both the Blurt system that makes all of this possible, as well as oneself, what one can build here.
They Continue To Make Business Ownership A Hurdle Most Can’t Cross.
I mentioned at the beginning of this piece how they are making it harder to almost impossible depending on the area for one to own a business. They are determined to make us all dependent on their good will to survive. As they have stripped us of a growing area of self sufficiency, they have also made both the cost of goods and their supply chains a hurdle for a growing amount of us too.
The burden is on each of us to exercise our will when we demand that we are allowed to own things too. That we are deserving of the food on our table, the health and well being of ourselves and loved ones.
Those in charge would see us all in chains, slaving away for the smallest of morsels while they stack a growing amount of the worlds resources.
We don’t have to accept this though. No we don’t.
Blurt offers a unique way for all of us who can see it to be a business owner. To conduct our businesses unimpeded by geographical boundaries. Unimpeded by larger business owners who can steal away our investments due to their larger ownership, as we see both in the physical world and our sister chains who allow larger stake to steal from smaller stake claims.
So understanding what is possible here, the freedom that each of us can build here atop Blurt with our own business seems like a no brainer. A no brainer that we can still build our future, build our business by investing in ourselves, our suppliers (fellow accounts) and the project foundation.
All it demands is understanding what is really going on here at Blurt. Understanding you deserve something lasting, something that has a residual effect that will pay you dividends for years for the investments you make today in yourself and the system.
Blurt is ownership. This is the way.
Lyrics to My Way
And now the end is here
And so I face that final curtain
My friend I'll make it clear
I'll state my case, of which I'm certain
I've lived a life that's full
I traveled each and every highway
And more, much more
I did it, I did it my way
Regrets, I've had a few
But then again too few to mention
I did what I had to do
I saw it through without exemption
I planned each charted course
Each careful step along the byway
And more, much, much more
I did it, I did it my way
Yes, there were times I'm sure you knew
When I bit off more than I could chew
But through it all, when there was doubt
I ate it up and spit it out
I faced it all and I stood tall and did it my way
I've loved, I've laughed and cried
I've had my fill, my share of losing
And now, as tears subside
I find it all so amusing
To think I did all that
And may I say, not in a shy way
Oh, no, oh, no, not me
I did it my way
For what is a man, what has he got?
If not himself, then he has naught
To say the things he truly feels
And not the words of one who kneels
The record shows I took the blows
And did it my way
To Say The Things YOU Truly Feel, And Not The Words Of One Who Kneels. This is the way, this is Blurt.