Good morning.
Cut, cut, cut butcher shopIn Chairman Powell’s prepared statement, it was clear that he was going to let everyone know what the hard reality we are facing right now economically and where the Fed was not prepared to go, namely NIRP.  There’s a real battle being fought over whether the market is overvalued or properly valued.
On CNBC the had a guest, Bill Miller, saying that the market as fairly priced and then you also had on CNBC David Tepper saying it’s the most overvalued since 1999, on the same day! It won’t become immedi-ately apparent overnight, but the risks to the downside are significant, it’s only a matter of when they will be realized.

How are you doing?

No, really.  “How are you doing”?

If you’re like a lot of business owners out there, the virus hit you by surprise, and you’re still not totally sure what to do with the rest of your year.

Maybe you’re in one of these 3 categories…

1. Head in the Sand: You’ve been doing everything but figuring out your business.  You’ve been cleaning house, gardening, and tackling personal projects you’ve been meaning to do for a while, which is all lovely… but at some point, you have to start paying business bills again.

2. Busy Bee: You’ve been trying to show up everywhere you can virtually — doing Lives and videos, going to virtual networking events, posting like a wild woman in Facebook Groups… but all that work hasn’t turned into much cash flow.

3. Creation Mode: You’ve been creating so. so. much.  New programs, new videos, new assets, new systems & processes, new copy for your website, a book… but when you take a step back and look at everything you’ve been creating, you realize that none of it is revenue-generating in the immediate…and you’re starting to worry about those pesky bills.

Whatever category you’re in, know that there’s no shame…

…it’s just that now is the time to create a new plan and get your business back on track.

So let’s create a FOURTH category…

…how about: Strategic & Wealthy Business Owner?

Good news is — that’s exactly what we’re talking about in our new FREE Masterclass…

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May 14, 2019

Thanks ‘Big Al’ Awesome Tip #41

BAD, VERY BAD, EXTREMELY BAD (five words).

If we start with the words:

“Let me tell you about …”

This won’t end well.  This means we are talking about us and what we offer, and not about our prospects.

Prospects are selfish.  They don’t care about us, or what we have to offer.  They care about their problems.

We should encourage our prospects to talk about their challenges and problems.

Then, when we can present a solution, we will be interesting to them.  […this is a blatant invitation for YOU to check out 1-of-2 new websites.  They are free and packed with business building resources.]

  theITTteam.com   …is full of various industry leaders at your disposal!¹

  WorkWithWalker.com   …is designed around specific areas-of-necessity for the building of YOUR businesses home or aways!

Hope to see YOU there soon! 

¹ P.S. ‘Big Al’ Schreiter is a contributor to our success team.

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