A message for you during the great 2020 Recession

You have probably already experienced a slowdown, as business has been shrinking significantly in most parts of the world. Regrettably, I’m sure you are feeling the effects—and I’m sure you don’t like it.

In fact, I hope you don’t like it, and I would encourage you to hate it so much that you are willing to do anything to fight back. Despite the fact that we’re enduring a time when many people will suffer—with millions out of work, companies failing, and entire industries to be disappearing—it is also a time to learn and use specific strategies to turn the tide.

New companies, products, and even industries are born out of economic challenges.

I want you to be a person who wakes up every day wanting to be first in your industry or field, who is not victimized by what appears to be reality but who creates a new reality out of the opportunity and rubble of the old.


Contractions introduce a different set of problems for everyone, and these different problems require varying degrees of willingness and thinking, along with a new set of actions.

Financial hardships come about as a result of not being able to sell your products and services in quantities great enough and at prices high enough to make the business profitable and viable.

It is impossible to be in business for any length of time and not experience a tough economy at some point. Some downturns will be worse than others: some long, some short, some very painful, and some just a blip.

The good news is twofold:

(1) there are exact and precise actions that you can take to counter any contraction and

(2) contractions are excellent opportunities in which to expand and conquer market share.

Use the doom and gloom to make this your time to boom!

Given the times that we are in, you can now join Cardone University at a special price.

Enroll HERE.

The information contained inside Cardone U will see you through any recession regardless of how bad or deep it is or how long it lasts.

I know because I have used the exact techniques found inside Cardone U myself to get me through three recessions—and I came out of each one stronger, more capable, and more profitable.

I am using them at this very moment to advance my position in the market, grab market share from my competitors and actually take ground in markets I was not in before.

It’s time to create the economy and success you want for yourself, your company, and your family.

Businesspeople, salespeople, managers, entrepreneurs, and CEOs fear economic reductions.

They reason (correctly) that when the economy moves into a period of major contraction, clients and customers cut back on projects, reduce spending, and worse, sacrifice quality looking for lowest-priced vendors and/or suppliers.

It becomes more difficult to raise capital, close transactions, and make accurate projections that affect planning at all levels. People become filled with uncertainty and doubt that negatively impacts their ability to make decisions. These game-changing economic times can occasionally require major transitions in our skill set as well, particularly following periods of extended expansion.

It’s fairly easy to observe when people’s motivation and skill sets are crippled from extended periods of economic expansion.

It’s a lot like a professional fighter who after a series of easy bouts appears to lose his edge, his power—even his sense of the basics. People tend to become dependent on a surplus of opportunities, easy credit, and cheap money and develop an overall unrealistic attitude when the business is good and the wind is at their backs.

When the market changes and belts tighten, the forces are no longer at your back but are directly blowing in your face. Every weakness in the organization is greatly magnified when times get tough. Mistakes become more costly, every transaction vital and failure becomes a real possibility for both individuals and companies that aren’t able to transition within the new economy we are facing today.

The world could be entering one of the greatest economic contractions of our lifetime. During periods of major game-changing economic shifts, people immediately find themselves scared, confused, overwhelmed, angry, hopeless about what to do, and unsure about whether there is anything they can do.

During times like these, people suddenly realize that their businesses, incomes, and futures are at risk.

It abruptly seems as though the world is giving each of us a giant wake-up call by screaming, you are vulnerable and may cease to exist!

The truth of the matter is that if you aren’t number one in your category or field, then you are in a precarious and dangerous situation. If you aren’t first, it pretty much doesn’t matter where you are in the race, you will suffer.

Times like these show us how hazardous it is to be tied to or dependent upon the economy. Instead, you want to be in such a powerful position among your group that you are able to take advantage of the existing state of affairs.

I want to show you how you can advance your professional mission and goals and not just conquer but dominate the competition and the marketplace.

Regardless of your product, service, or idea—and despite a challenging economy— you can be first and should always strive to be there. You must acquire a position within your company and/or career in which you are not susceptible to economic pullbacks and start thinking in terms of creating your own financial system.

I don’t want you ever to settle for “just getting by” or have to worry about the condition of your finances.

I say to hell with the economy!

I choose to improve, conquer, and prosper and will do everything possible to be first. Will you let me show you exactly how to be successful and how to own that powerful position of first?

You will learn the exact actions to take in order to advance yourself, your company, and your ideas—and always come out on top.

Enroll today in our CARDONE UNIVERSITY and I’ll see you on the inside.


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