In the book, The End of Scarcity: The Dawn Of The New Abundant World, Kristen Ragusin shows us how to live abundantly in the current economic climate and future climates.
What if it is easy to End Scarcity now and forever? To stop chasing the money–stop living for the money? And if the solution has nothing to do with politics or social issues? During these uncertain times, most are concerned with the growing instability as we are at the threshold of massive disruptions.
This well-researched page-turner is impossible to put down as it reveals in layperson’s terms how the money we use creates Scarcity and how easy it is to fix. Yet, it will leave you empowered with the possibility of abundance for all. This is the True Money Revolution—what comes After Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. With thirty years of professional financial market experience and over a decade of intensive research, Kristen Ragusin is uniquely positioned to shed light on the future’s promise.
Look no further—this book will change your life. It is the key to unlocking our mutual prison. It will open your mind and make your soul fly with one stunning revelation after another. Leaving you with the clarity of what’s wrong and how easily we can transform the world and unleash freedom and creativity. Up-leveling evolution and consciousness, scarcity can become a thing of the past.
We talk about
- Money is a social agreement that we make up
- The seven debt strings
- Bitcoin? Is it all it is cracked up to be?
- The truth about precious metals
- FTX collapse
- FDIC is only 5% funded – what that means for you
- Money and wealth are not the same
- Humans are wealthy by nature
- Predatory lending
Kristen Ragusin is the best-selling author of The End of Scarcity: The Dawn of the New Abundant World wealth management consultant of thirty years with Merrill Lynch, now Raymond James. She is a certified digital currency professional, and her Masters’ Degree from Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, certificates in FinTech from the MIT and Money and Society from University of Cumbria, London. She has traveled throughout the world. Her journeys include climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, hiking the Sahara desert, and studying at a spiritual school in the foothills of Southern India.