What a lot of people think of business, they think of creation. A profitable business person creates things. They create products. They create opportunities. They create jobs. Things along that line. But, there’s also something to be said for the business of preservation. Your ideas about preserving things can be just as profitable as your ideas about creation. Consider some examples.
You can make money with property preservation. You can make money with nature conservancy. How about the preservation of energy? You can even find some way to get money by promoting a way to hang onto classical ideology. All of these things are possible ways for you to turn a profit by preserving something that already exists.
Start with the idea of property preservation. This is an industry where a company will utilize its resources to make sure that unused property is maintained at an acceptably regulated level. By creating property preservation processes and resources, you can run a company that makes money simply by creating security and preservation processes to maintain other people’s interests – in vacant plots for example, or perhaps around a property that will be used for something new in the near future. Preservation of that property is vital to the owners, but they may not have the resources to lock it down securely the same as your company does.
Then there’s the idea of nature conservancy. Lots of people make lots of money promoting nature conservancy – so why not you? It could be conserving rainforests. Or maybe the habitat of a specific animal. Maybe you can conserve an area surrounding a national park. The point is, there is money to be made in just maintaining a status quo of a geographical area. You don’t have to expand this area, or even necessarily support it. All you have to do is preserve its status.
Preservation of Energy
And how about the preservation of energy? With as many people who want to promote environmentalism and the green movement right now, there is all sorts of profit to be made from ideas surrounding energy efficient appliances and equipment. When you buy these updated appliances, you’re helping to support environmentalism. So, if you figure out how to sell energy-efficient appliances and equipment, that idea of preservation is baked into your sales pitch and is definitely worth some money.
Hanging On To Classical Ideology
And nostalgia is a powerful force. People tend to rework their memories so that the past suggests something better to them than the present or the future. If you can figure out how to preserve people’s nostalgia toward specific errors or individual events, you can sell them this emotional capacity back. It could be in the form of selling old knick knacks or paintings. Or it might be that you sell them on some book or movie that allows them to feel good about where they came from. That is yet another way to profit from the concept of preservation.