Well, looks this labour crisis is coming for us all.
From truck drivers to trades, to broken supply chains for everything from food to motherboards.
I mean… Fuck!
And the cherry on the cake?
In a move that I suspect surprised nobody here inside of this movement, Bumbling Boris would like you and I to foot the bill!
Now, whilst I’m pissed off that once again the backbone of this great nation (small business owners) are getting bent over the barrel, in truth my opinion is this – get used to it.
This is the NEW way of life.
The number crunchers figure that this labour crisis is here for a bare minimum of at least two years.
… Meaning that there is no greater time to automate or die…
See, whilst most men in this game will go scrabble and scratch around, hoping and praying to survive the furlough fall-out….
- The smart few will take this as their opportunity to let the machines rise.
- The smart few will grab the opportunity to automate whatever they can inside their business
- The smart few will not only survive but thrive.
Now let me clear…
Those that choose to mutter the words “but you can’t automate my business” will be dangerously deluded and the first to get killed in the cross-fire.
Because, now is the opportunity to start asking yourself:
“How can this business do the same amount of work with less workers?”
Case in point, Tony, a long-standing member here inside of The Fellowship.
This year he’s ruthlessly built automation into his accountancy business and has doubled capacity:
Meaning in terms of the current labour crisis, he has not only kept the wolf from the door but delayed the need to hire any new staff for at least another year.
Plus he has fewer employees – which in my mind means less babysitting, less headaches and more money.
Anyway, you have been warned.
This is the NEW normal.
… And I urge you to embrace the NEW way.
Make More. Provide More. Be More.
PS. Someone emailed Sue yesterday asking if the spot that opened up, here inside of The Fellowship last week, is still open.
It’s now taken.
That means right now, The Fellowship is full once again – and maxed out at 30 men.
So if you would like to be the first to hear about a seat opening up, then you best get on the waiting list by choosing to click here.