[Get comfy . . . this is a long post!]
July opened up with a pleasant stay at a B & B, with a mountain view, over the 4th of July weekend. As I entered the post holiday work week, I found myself feeling like I was being plunged up and down on an emotional roller coaster.
It began, the previous month, with a commitment on the part of my business partner and I to double our advertising budget to attract increased leads for our real estate wholesaling business. We added an additional mail campaign which tripled our leads for the month of July. All good stuff, ("Celebrate") but the challenge lay in handling the pace of my work day as it intensified dramatically. I fell behind in other areas. I found myself occasionally working in the evenings and on the weekends to catch up.
While this was going on, our primary business website for our leads, Cash for Homes Upstate, got accidently deleted! Gone. Kaput. No more. When I contacted BlueHost to cancel a different domain that was now hosted by someone else, they also deleted the website unrelated to the domain I canceled. I spent a frantic 24 hours talking with 4 different techs at BlueHost, who told me that our website had even been deleted from the back-up servers.