Lois lay in a pool of blood after falling out of the 2nd story window…
Beth was helping our daughter, Anni, move furniture from their warehouse into their 2400 sq. foot garage behind their new house.
Anni’s business, Old Souls Vintage Rentals, designs and rents furniture for weddings and corporate events, like COKE, Netflix, Twitter and others.
During a break, Beth wandered over to their garden at the back corner of Anni and Todd’s property and she heard, “Help.”
But it was clearly a cry for help.
She ran to see an elderly woman laying on the ground and her head was surrounded by a pool of blood.
She was barely responsive, but still conscious.
While Beth prayed for her and comforted her, Anni called 911.
Police and EMTs showed up promptly (thankful for first-responders) and immediately called in a life-flight helicopter.
Please pray for Lois.
What’s the lesson for us?
(Well, as always, it’s a reminder that life is a gift. Be thankful for it each day.)
The lesson? Had Lois not cried out for help, she likely would have bled to death.
Most advisors are afraid to ask for help.
They have their reasons…
“I’ve reached out for help before and I wasted my time and money.”
“I’ve been in this business a long time and should be more successful than I am. I don’t want anyone to know how I’m really doing.”
“Admitting that I need help. No way. Forget it.”
“I’m successful already. What do I need help for? Successful advisors don’t need help.”
There are probably more.
My question to you is, “What do you need help with?”
You won’t get help if YOU don’t ASK.
Email me if I can help at email@example.com.