It’s Just Plain Stupid to Go It Alone

Hiking the Appalachian Trail (A.T.) from Georgia to Maine is a bucket list item for lots of people.

I just hiked it – part of it, anyway – in the Great Smoky Mountains along the border between Tennessee and North Carolina.

We had a guide. Someone who could get us through the hike quicker, faster and safer than doing it on our own.

Believe it or not, not many people use a guide to hike the A.T. And about 75% of those who attempt the nearly 2,200-mile through-hike don’t make it all the way.

Got me to thinking about doing deals…

And the potential pitfalls you can encounter when you don’t know what you’re doing.

I’ve walked the dealmaking trail more than 300 times in 26 years… and counting.

Watch this video I recorded as I was getting ready to tackle the hike…

It’ll make you think twice before going it alone.

Until next time, bye for now.

Carl Allen

Carl Allen
Editor and co-founder, Dealmaker Wealth Society

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