I read a news article about Tropical Storm Eta this morning. And it said there’s “dangerous flooding across Florida’s most densely populated urban areas on Monday after it made landfall in the Florida Keys.” Apparently there are a lot of stranded cars and neighborhoods that have no place for the water to drain.
And Tropical Storm Eta could still become a minimum hurricane.
I don’t know about you, but massive flooding and hurricane winds spook me. And I’m sure glad I live way above sea level right now. Because can you imagine how much planning and organization there has to be to prepare for a foot of rain? And that’s on top of another foot of rain that already happened.
The article I read said city officials, in Fort Lauderdale, sent out around 24 tanker trucks with giant vacuums to soak up as much water as possible. And they handed out 6,000 sandbags to local residents.
And I can only imagine how difficult it’ll be for anyone still there to get food and water. So, I hope the people in charge have plans in place.
Yeah, you probably already figured out I’m connecting this story to what I’m always talking about. Right? And that’s because basically every situation in life requires at least some sort of system.
Moms working at home with kids. Solo entrepreneurs, And giant corporations. Without a system they all are on the verge of a tropical storm of confusion with massive floods of chaos.
How’s that for a doom and gloom analogy?
But here’s the good news.
My RondaReady system can help you put a giant sandbag wall up around your business. And it can also help you vacuum up the floodwaters of disorganization.
But you should only jump into my system when you’re really ready to be the highly organized CEO of your business. Don’t let the storms sneak up on you, and…