Hans E. Hageman
This is a place for dreamers and doers. It is a place for “Ronin” – masterless samurai who combine two passions: freedom and service. This is a place for small business owners who want to make a difference in the lives of their customers. It is for men and women who believe in self reliance for all areas of their lives.
My name is Hans Hageman and I work with entrepreneurs to help them make more money. Some of my clients are chefs, farmers, boutique owners, and craftspeople.
We are “life preppers” who want to be ready for anything. Not because we fear the future but because we want to make the most of it.
You will find advice on personal development and creating and marketing a small business that will help provide you with economic and emotional security. I believe that entrepreneurs and small business people can save this country. You will find information on growing your own food, making sure you have clean water, and protecting yourself, your family and your community.
You are here because you don’t believe that a government or a large corporation has your best interests at heart. You believe there is still opportunity to build something. While you build, you will not ignore others who have the desire and work ethic but just need a hand up.
I used to think I needed to separate my interests in small business, public service, personal development/mindset, practical skills, and survival. I now understand that these are all parts of what makes me who I am. I believe there are others out there like this. Others who understand the importance of integrating body, mind, and spirit. No, we’re not crazy.
I’m a city boy from the village of Harlem, New York who believes in reinvention. This has led me to the practice of law, education, youth development, and international development. I am now on a path to learning skills that were taken for granted in the 19th century. These were neighborhood building skills like creating a garden, raising livestock, herbal medicine and emergency first aid, carpentry, blacksmithing, and, yes, marksmanship. This is about the marriage of conscious capitalism and self reliance. Welcome to my world of an old dog learning new tricks. I hope to share what I’ve learned and be a resource to help you if you’re on the same path regardless of age, race, class, or sexual orientation. Contact me today at email@example.com for a FREE discovery session.
“Your work in teaching communications skills and raising officer awareness is without peer. I think the true expert or authority of a matter or subject is the person who lives in that role, totally immersed, developed and infused until instinctive. You certainly have achieved this level of understanding and have coupled it with a keen ability to instruct.” – former Baltimore Police Commissioner Frederick Bealefeld, lll