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Here's why your business needs a great support network

By Jim Connolly

May 28, 2015

To build a successful business, you need a great team of people around you. I've personally seen why this is so important over the past 72 hours… [more on that in a moment!]

Think about it:

  • You need to know what to do when faced with a challenge that's outside your skill set.

  • You need to have someone to call, when only an expert will do.

  • You need people, who you can trust to help you when you need it most.

  • Here's my first hand example of how a couple of potentially damaging issues were solved, thanks to having the right team around me.

    There's a very valuable lesson here for you and your business. Allow me to explain.

    My blog vanished
    On Sunday, the new-look Jim's Marketing Blog went live. You can see how the new site looks, here. Everything went great, until I decided to make a few tweaks. Suddenly, my blog vanished!

    So, it was 5pm Sunday. That's absolutely not the best time to need expert help. Usually, that would have been a stressful situation. However, I [...]

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