How Your Business Can Survive COVID-19
If you are unsure how your business can survive COVID-19, right now you must do your very best to diversify. If you think you may be able to do something online and don’t know where to begin, I have my first gift for you, our Flow Online guide to lead capture.
The first thing I will send your way will be very helpful right now if you have a website. Even if you don’t, there will be some other free stuff for you in the coming days.
Be a force for good
The last post talked about how we can help each other. Thanks for the positive feedback, it is heartwarming. So I have my first gift for you.
Firstly though I just wanted to tell you what my children are doing to help others at this time. Without being prompted, one daughter who has just finished her degree in musical theatre is creating mini concerts to show online at nursing homes. Meanwhile my other daughter in sixth form has offered to go into school to look after the younger children whose parents are key workers.
If you run a business, you are responsible for your people who have to feed their people. You must do your very best to diversify. If you think you may be able to do something online and don’t know where to begin, talk to me.
Follow your passion
If you have been laid off or sent home, this is a great opportunity for you to write that book, create that course, start an online business, get out of that corporate job. Make the most of your time.
The first thing I will send your way will be very helpful right now if you have a website. But if you don’t, there will be some other free stuff for you in the coming days.
Here is our guide to capture leads online. If you click the link you will have to put your email address to get it. This is just the way we work, you will get more stuff and I will treat your email address like gold.
We will help anyone who has the right attitude, so if you think you may have something to offer the rest of us, online, that will make a difference, and you need some guidance, get in touch with me.
Stay safe, and keep thinking of others less fortunate.