4 Ways To Survive Business Disaster 🥵

Avoid the Business Grim Reaper

Four Ways To Beat The Business Grim Reaper


Want a scary number? According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 25 percent of new businesses last 15 years or more. Maybe even more surprising is that 25 percent of all new businesses go under in the first year.

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And that number of fails only goes up year over year. The odds aren’t always in the favor of new start-ups. But, as we’re talking about today, there are ways to extend the life of your business when things get dire.

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But what if you’re running out of runway? Let’s talk disaster.

Let’s do it.

  • Prioritize and complete ongoing projects to stabilize operations

  • Look at your overhead and where you can save

  • Find high-impact, low-cost marketing strategies that drive lead generation without big spending

  • Managing costs and planning for worst-case scenarios can extend the business runway and ensure survival

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Plan For Disaster

When I talk about runway, I literally mean the amount of time you can keep a business alive with cash on hand. So, what happens in a scenario where you have a limited runway and your lead generation is struggling?

That creates a number of problems you’ll have to face head-on.

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