Many of you know that I have a highly successful Money Funnel student named Bev. She's over 70 years old and makes over $85,000 in profits with her internet business.
Bev has been in and out of the hospital for years now...as long as I've known her. But, I guess I've always expected that this old bird takes a licking and keeps on ticking. Never did I expect the bad news I got from her grandson recently.
That she's on her way to hospice care.
Yes, that was the conversation I had with her grandson last week.
And just yesterday he finally got back to me and confirmed that Bev is, in fact, now officially in hospice care.
My heart is really sad right now. Bev and I got to know each other so well in the past few years. She became a friend. But not just a friend. She became more like family to me.
In 2005 my mom was put into hospice care for her brain cancer. Within about 6 weeks, she was gone. So, I know what hospice means. It means that usually one doesn't recover.
But, on the other hand, my business mentor and friend, Dan Kennedy, was in hospice last year and he pulled out right when he was on death's door. Dan just wrote me a letter a couple of weeks ago. He said that while his eyesight is shot, he feels pretty good overall.
Maybe there's hope for Bev?
I'll keep you posted in the days and weeks to come. When I know something, I'll pass it onto you.
What's interesting about this whole thing is that at my last event in Detroit which I completed earlier this month, Bev herself allowed me to give the students in attendance a gift. And it was a really powerful one.
I asked if I could offer that gift one more time and she told me I could.
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In the meantime, realize one thing: Tomorrow isn't promised to you. Neither is the rest of today. So, live your life to the fullest!
See you at the top!
P.S. I'm looking for a few more "cool" people to join me for my Money Funnel Apprenticeship Group for 2021. CLICK HERE to watch some powerful videos about it right now!