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Step 3 of the Quick Cash Flow Emergency Plan

Today we’re wrapping up the 3 part Quick Cash Flow Emergency Plan by pulling together the assets you’ve listed, and narrowing down the big list you brainstormed last week.

And then, you’ll save your emergency plan in a safe place.

Somewhere your friends, family or a virtual assistant could access it, if you have a dire emergency. Or somewhere you’ll easily access it, when/if you come up against an unexpected challenge this year.

 The 3 steps to creating a cash flow emergency plan include:

  1. Taking Inventory
  2. Brainstorm ideas
  3. Preparation (pre-planning)

Now that you’ve gone through your current inventory assets & brainstormed ideas for your emergency plan, we’re ready to short list it, and add to your business plan.

Your Cash Flow Plan

(Keep this plan in a safe place where you’ll be able to easily find it. I keep mine in my inventory spreadsheet)

List 3 to 5 ideas of you can implement quickly if a cash flow emergency occurs:

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What will you need to implement your plan?

(resources: people, documents, ecommerce?)

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Who else should know about this plan?

(family member, Virtual Assistant, Mastermind Partners?)

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[Tweet “I’m adding this ______________ to my Cash Flow Emergency Plan”]

 

Store your plan in a safe but obvious place

If you already have an emergency contact person for your business, add a note to the file / folder/ email they would receive, that includes a copy of this plan, or a link to a pdf file/folder. It doesn’t need to be complicated…

…just a simple note that says,”Find my emergency cash flow plan here _____” would be sufficient

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If you have a better, faster, easier way to share emergency contact information, please share it in the comments below.

And, please share one thing you’ll include in your emergency cash flow plan in the comments below.

 

 

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