Life is busy.

I get it.

You’ve got crops to go in, fence to fix, crops to come off, crops to spray, grain to haul, budgets to plan, cows to calve, cows to feed, chores to do, pens to clean, and a family to raise.

 

Maybe not all in that order, but certainly they all share the same list.

 

You have an important job every day and there are a lot of people depending on you.

 

I just want to chime in and let you know that I’m not here to make your life any more “busy”, I’m here to support and guide you through this process. And since you’re working so hard to keep everything running, I’ll ask you if you’ve thought about who you’re building it for and what you’ve done to make sure everything is intact when it’s time.

 

See what I mean in this very short article: “Who are you building it for?”

 

After all, life will get in the way in a big way. At that point, there won’t be many choices left to make and the ones we made yesterday will be the only ones that matter.

 

I hope you’ll pick up the book and get through a few chapters in the next day. It’s 100 quick-to-read pages.

 

-Mary Jo

 

PS. I can give you 11,653,138 more reasons to read the book in this article: “Generational Wealth That Will Save the Farm”

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