As a major storm front was barring down on the city, an experiment was taking place, so crazy, it wouldn’t be mentioned for over a decade, for fear of embarrassment and backlash from the scientific community. But that didn’t matter to this visionary, motivated to improve the quality of life for mankind. The idea as outrageous as it sounds was to harness electricity by catching lightening. The end result of this particular experiment was to create a battery and also bring electricity to the home. Two-hundred and sixty years later, we no longer need to fly a kite to catch electricity and risk being electrocuted in the process. Nor do we need to wonder how we are going to illuminate our homes.
Growing up, I was amazed by the stories of Ben Franklin’s accomplishments as an apprentice, business owner, statesmen, scientist, wealth creator, and master of the power of duplication. It was Franklin’s sense of business and success from an early age that always captivated me. He left behind the blue print for enterprise and how to live a life through opportunities of the founding fathers age.
How does one know what to look for in an opportunity?
How does one know what to look for in an opportunity? Take Rockefeller, Vanderbilt, Carnegie and many others of the Gilded Age for example. These men used natural resources and a competitive spirit to create opportunities in their era that society still largely depends on. Or consider Walton, Kresge, Woolworth and Penny who created the big box retail industry, seizing the opportunity to drive prices down, making fortunes through a process known as volume-discounting. And then there’s Noyce, Gates, Jobs, Bezos, Musk and many more tech giants of the Information Age, who used the resources of their era to build technology platforms and components upon which to create opportunities that are shaping the world we live in today. Ultimately, these visionaries understood the signs of their time. Their accomplishments and example will leave, and have left, generational legacies of influence for every aspiring entrepreneur.
What new frontier is left to discover for this generation? Where is the next opportunity going to come from? What resources or platforms are available in this era? Every once in a while, opportunity presents itself and it’s overwhelmingly obvious because of the signs of the time.
Today we are in the Conceptual Age, a time where ideas come to life faster than in years prior. High touch relationships are the currency of this era. This weekend will go down in history with the launch of Bonvera®. A company that is revolutionizing the way eCommerce is done by taking expenses and turning them into assets while sharing in the profits. Bonvera® is uniquely designed to take advantage of today’s current internet trends and distribution resources. Heading this launch is a leadership Board of Directors consisting of the Varada’s, Mattis’, Martin’s, Paul’s, and Newton’s. Each has built enterprises across North America for more than a decade. Each are men and woman of integrity, character, and vision.
How will Bonvera® accomplish it all? Through a turn-key system that will give the ordinary person the ability to create extraordinary results by leveraging a unique training system.
a turn-key system that will give the ordinary person the ability to create extraordinary results
Building upon the platforms created by those from the past, has given life to what the founders of Bonvera® call Compensated Marketplace™. It will change the future of how we do business on the internet for generations. Will you be an early adopter and act in “good faith”? Don’t get left behind and miss this era’s greatest opportunity for business ownership. Claim your market share today! There’s no better time to fly a kite and make a contribution to society’s well being.