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The Markets Are Crashing. What To Do About It #2010
February 18, 2022

In episode #2010, we talk about how you should respond to the fact that the markets are crashing. At the end of the day, markets pull back after crashing. If you can keep this in mind then you can use recessions as a chance to take advantage while others are fearful. Tune in to hear how you can steer your business through the recession and come out even stronger on the back end.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:20] Today’s topic: The Markets Are Crashing. What To Do About It.
  • [01:22] The value of thinking long-term in a crashing market.
  • [02:08] Being greedy while others are fearful.
  • [03:37] Perceiving the current environment as a sale.
  • [03:50] That’s it for today, be sure to rate, review, and subscribe!

 

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