Why Fire Trucks Always Back In
By Mark Tepper, an EO Cleveland member and president of Strategic Wealth Partners
Have you ever noticed that fire trucks always back into the fire hall? Why don’t they just pull into their parking spot snout-forward like the rest of us?
Backing in at the end of a shift saves them time when they have to get to a fire. They back in to be ready; whether the call comes in five minutes or five days, they are prepared to pull out as quickly as possible.
Like the firemen, you, as a business owner, need to be ready when you get the call from someone who wants to buy your business.