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|Shelia and Tim looked joyfully around their new home. It was two-story with a large wraparound porch, just what they have always wanted. Everything was perfect until one day they hear scratching sounds in the basement. They explored but shrugged when they didn’t find anything.
“It’s probably just a mouse,” Shelia said as she patted Tim on the shoulder, “We’ll get traps.”
The couple did just that and placed them strategically around the house. They even consulted the home blueprints to see exactly where mice might come out. The traps were out and Shelia and Tim breathed a sigh of relief.
Then the night came when Tim came running when he heard Shelia scream. She was shaking when he entered the kitchen and told him that she thought she saw a mouse. It was unnerving but both Shelia and Tim knew that the traps would catch them.
Over the next few weeks they saw mice now and then and caught a few, not as much as they thought.
They thought about calling the exterminator, but that would be a waste of time, wouldn’t it? They also determined that their families would laugh at them making so much out of a minor problem.
Shelia and Tim had not paid much attention to the basement, but they decided that they would like to renovate. They found a contractor and arranged to have him over to look at the basement. The contractor went down first but was back up to the kitchen in just a few seconds.
“I’m sorry,” he said, “but you’ll have to get rid of the mouse infestation first. I don’t work in unsafe conditions.” Unceremoniously he said goodbye and left.
Shelia and Tim looked at each other in astonishment. Unsafe? They went down to the basement and found the horrible truth. Many mice holes littered the basement walls. The problem was worse than what they thought.
The exterminator they called informed them that the hot, wet weather they had been having had caused the mice to breed at an alarming rate. He had done many jobs over the last few weeks. One or two mice, even a small nest, wouldn’t have cost very much, but for jobs of this size they would be paying twice as much.
There was nothing else to do.
What does Shelia and Tim’s problem have to do with your business?
Shelia and Tim didn’t take action even when the need for action was evident. In business, not taking action to attract that client or take advantage of that speaking engagement could mean the difference between money in the bank and struggling to pay the bills this month.
Deciding to take action can be daunting. Have I taken the right action? Have I cultivated the prospect enough? These might be some of the questions that would go through a business person’s mind when they consider what action to take next.
When transitioning in a business or beginning a new one, the action you need to take might not be obvious, and that can be confusing and rob you of the confidence you need. You freeze.
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