This post is not meant to be a “Debbie Downer”.
It’s just meant to make you think about your business.
If you have kids, a family or loved ones who depend on you, ask yourself this…
Heaven forbid something were to ever happen to you, would your business be able to continue to provide for your family?
If you’re a little unsure of how to answer that question, watch this video:
It requires an optin, but it’s well worth it.
Let me explain…
A few years ago “this” unfortunate situation happened to a very well known internet marketer, Cory Rudl.
He was on top of his marketing game and life was good. Then the unexpected happened…
Cory loved to race cars. Unfortunately one day, the car he was racing spun out of control and the unthinkable happened.
This accident left his family (and the rest of the marketing world) in complete shock.
I still remember that day.
I was sitting in the airport in Birmingham, Alabama when I got a phone call from Armand Morin.
I could tell that he was a little shaken up, but I had no idea why.
After he told me what happened to Cory, it made sense why he was upset.
But do you want to know one of the first things Armand asked me after sharing the news about Cory?
“I wonder if my business would be able to survive and continue to provide for Marianna and the kids?”
It’s a tough question to ask because obviously we don’t like to even consider the thought of something like that happening.
It’s also a question that immediately puts a lot into perspective.
Because if the answer is “no”, then you’ve probably created yourself a full-time J.O.B instead of a business.
Since that day I’ve seen Armand implement more and more of the ideas shared in this video presentation from Ryan Lee.
It’s the same reason I’m now doing the same thing.
My wife and I are in the process of adopting and building our family.
Before now, I never really considered these types of things.
But now, they’re top of mind.
That’s why I wanted to share this with you.
Not to “scare” you but to give you some perspective.
Too many entrepreneurs neglect to think “long-term” and as a result, they’ve created a business that doesn’t match the lifestyle they want to lead or provide them the security should anything happen.
Of course, none of use ever want something like this to happen.
But it’s better to be prepared just in case it does.
Implement just one of the ideas that are shared and you’ll be one step closer to a better business and a better life.
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About The Author
Stu McLaren helps small business owners make more money with their websites, membership sites and affiliate programs. Get Stu’s personal advice on your site by visiting Instant Business Answers.
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