By k | June 29, 2015 - 6:00 am - Posted in New Business Development

Yesterday, my computer monitor died.
I had a promo event
I had to virtually show up for
in a couple of hours.
I wanted to access my hard drive
as it had the information for this event
already set up.

Lucky for me,
we had a replacement monitor
in the basement.
It was old, heavy and
the resolution was fuzzy
but it did the job.

For key equipment,
you want to have
a backup plan
in case it fails.

You don’t need to have
a replacement unit in your basement
as I did
but you should have access
to one.
This could mean crafting
a list of nearby
friends or family or business partners
with the same asset.

(Manufacturers often have a list
of co-packers
or other manufacturers
with similar equipment
that they could call
in case of an emergency.)

Have a backup plan

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