The Day After Tomorrow is a 2004 American science fiction disaster film. And it’s based on the 1999 book, “The Coming Global Superstorm,” by Art Bell and Whitley Strieber. I only know those names because I looked it up. And I wanna share some thoughts about the movie because it connects with something else I’ve been sharing.
The Day After Tomorrow is all about some catastrophic climatic effects.
A scientist, in the movie (played by Dennis Quaid) discovers what he calls a “disruption of the North Atlantic Ocean circulation.” Sounds pretty serious, right? And, in the movie, that disruption sets off what they call “a series of extreme weather events.” And that leads to global cooling to the point everything basically freezes over.
For a disaster movie, it did pretty well at the box office. And by Hollywood standards, it was called a “major commercial success.” And I read how it was the sixth highest-grossing film of 2004. Not bad, considering how many movies are made every year.
They filmed the movie in Canada, in Toronto and Montreal. And according to the info I read, it’s the highest-grossing film ever made in Canada. Wow. Who knew?
But you might be wondering how any of that connects with something else I’ve been sharing.
Simple. For the past week or so I’ve been talking about my upcoming UNversity class. Each class is on the first Thursday of the month. And the first Thursday of February 2022 is this Thursday. And, I know you’re jumping ahead of me, but, this Thursday is the day after tomorrow.
So, today is February 1st. And that means if you didn’t enroll by midnight last night, you won’t be in this month’s class. Which is too bad. Because I think it’s one of the most important classes I’ve created for my students. It’s a How-To class for setting up processes and procedures.
Without those, your business could suffer catastrophic climactic effects.
And your business could basically freeze over.
I’m not making predictions, mind you. But I DO know processes and procedures can help you avoid disaster. And that’s a good thing. Because you certainly don’t want your business to be disrupted out of circulation.
Enroll in UNversity, right now while it’s fresh in your mind. And you’ll be way ahead of all that when next month’s class rolls around. In the meantime…