That’s what I mouthed under my breath as I stared at the bank account on the computer screen.
$27,000 of debt spread across 2 credit cards and a small Kabbage loan.
Everything needed to go perfectly the rest of the month. If not, not only would there be no progress on the debt, but I would have to consider asking for an extension on rent for my personal training facility.
Meanwhile, the grand opening for said facility, Essers of Los Angeles, was happening later that day and all that fear had to be pushed aside to put on a show.
If you have opened a personal training facility, or any brick-and-mortar business, you can probably relate to the above. After all, there is a reason 80% of businesses don’t last more than 2 years.
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