"Economists have suffered a collapse in credibility since the global financial crisis began. Faith in the efficiency of markets and the invisible hand is out; 'behavioral economics,' which stresses that humans are fundamentally irrational actors, is in. We are blind to risk; we make decisions on a whim; we prefer consuming now over saving for later. Human fallibility seems to be the perfect explanation for an unfathomable crisis." Foreign Policy Magazine

At every gathering of astrologers I attend, it seems at some point I hear the same laments:

“It’s impossible to make a living as an astrologer.”
“No one wants to pay for an astrology reading.”
“Astrology will always be on the fringe of society.”

Why do we say these things so ourselves? What makes us believe it? What are the facts behind these opinions?

I say to all astrologers – Let’s revolutionize the way we think about what we do.

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