The Slingshot Effect

We’re all feeling the effects of the coronavirus which is affecting every country across the planet.

This virus does not discriminate and has reached pretty much every corner of the earth

The economical shockwaves have sent financial markets tumbling, businesses left in disarray. And the government have essentially nationalised huge parts of the private sector by paying everybody’s wages.

Some of you will be understandably scared, and worried about how this will affect your ability to create the financial freedom that you’ve been looking for…

Some companies are cutting down on marketing because their CFO or accountant deems it as an unnecessary cost.

Companies are sitting on their assets, hoping for the best.

Well, I’m here to tell you now that as difficult of a time it may be now. It’s also the best time for you to double-down.

While others are running for the hills, cutting investment and shutting up shop for good, You should be implementing your strategy for growth. 

As the great American investor Warren Buffet once said, “Be fearful when others are greedy and be greedy when others are fearful.”

As difficult a time it might seem right now, it WILL pass. 

And the world will be a different place to what it was previously. A lot of businesses will need to adapt to these changes and it’s important to realise that this could be the golden opportunity for you to shine. 

This new world is going to need-driven, focused and tenacious people to market their products, sell their good and serve their customers.

People will be looking for ways to avoid this kind of disaster in the future… So pharmaceutical companies, healthcare and related charities will see a huge investment from governments. 

Why not think about how you can be a part of that?

While everybody else has been hiding under a rock, you have been working away (albeit at home) developing yourself, or your business to provide a quality service that matches no other. 

I call it the slingshot effect because as the world economy begins to decline over the next couple of months, you can expect it bounce back just as hard.

When there is a down, there is an up

When something starts it must eventually stop…

It’s the natural balance of our world that you should be using, anticipating.

What are you doing during this difficult time to ensure that you come back on top and make the competition irrelevant?

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