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How to Safeguard Your Small Biz During the Coronavirus Outbreak

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I want to share just a few quick ways that drew I have been really focusing on small business survival and we're so blessed because we have the means to do this but you're a few examples of just ways. I've been trying to support the community. And maybe this will inspire you to take some sort of action. So I texted are hairstylists. The girl that watched my eyebrows. I just said hey checking in on you from a cash flow perspective. I know so. Many people are likely canceling their appointments. Would it be helpful if I just paid for my services for the rest of the year right now to help keep cash coming in so that they can pay things like rent electricity? Yes that was super helpful. We ended up shopping at a local shop and just doing an online order. I literally had her facetime either shop and picked out items for her to ship out to a loved one. She even filled out the card and then signed it. This is me because of quarantine genital me. What to write? You can have fun with this guy's but we've gotta get creative. We've also made donations to different organizations we've dining and getting takeout from our local restaurants as long as they're open and buying gift cards for future meals there. There are so many different ways that you can support one another and and just ask entrepreneurs how can I show up for you? I've texted so many of my friends like is this helpful is hurtful. I share about your product. Do you have the bandwidth to ship it out right now and so there are just so many ways we can rally okay so if you are looking for ways to give back and have means timer energy to show up for your fellow business owners even in small ways it can totally be mountain moving like we aren't meant to fix everything but we can move instrumentally in the littlest of ways to help others make it through trying times simply check in on each other checking on other entrepreneurs that you know who are probably nervous or straight up frantic right about now ask them. How are you doing and see if there's any way that you can be there for them in this isolating time consider featuring other small businesses on your platforms to support them? Virtually or celebrate others on this walk by Gift. Cards LEAVE ONLINE REVIEWS. See if you can support the independent contractors who make your life better. I've just been thinking about all of these people who make our lives easier. And we're so blessed to have the means to be able to support monetarily were so prescient of everyone's efforts in existence in so however you are able to show up in this season. Any type of action is huge for these entrepreneurs and small business owners in your area there are also many nonprofits that survive on fundraising events that have been cancelled for the foreseeable future. So if you're able to pick one to five companies are nonprofits that are close to your heart and give whatever you can just think about the difference that we can make if we all band together and gave even just a little bit. This sort of action can be absolutely life-giving if I know one thing it is that entrepreneurs are the most resilient human beings I know and while this crisis affects every single one of us believe in the grit and the tenacity that comes with humans who are wildly passionate about what they do and who they serve now. I don't have a crystal ball. But I do cling tightly to a belief that things will turn around and when they do entrepreneurs will likely be in high demand to fulfill the specific needs of a world. That has been in waiting. It's hard to know how and where we should be spending our time right now but I wanted encourage you to spend what you can building out systems that will support you when things pick back up again and when you find yourself