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Grab your Fleeting Bluebird Opportunity: Before It Flies Away
Gary W. Patterson -- Big 4 CPA, Stanford MBA Gary W. Patterson -- Big 4 CPA, Stanford MBA
For Immediate Release:
Dateline: Atlanta, GA
Wednesday, December 2, 2020


Particularly in this crazy world, opportunities will still present themselves, for you and me. IF only …

For me, there was one bluebird opportunity that appeared  from nowhere and tested my readiness to capitalize  on it. I was given a short window to exploit this  opportunity and move forward, which I did…

A colleague decided his stealth regenerative agricultural technology and company is at a critical point. He needed leadership financially and strategically whom he knew well and trusted with the equivalent of “his child”.

After being pleasantly surprised and taking a deeper dive  into the underlying technology, I agreed to return to my 3rd generation agricultural roots.

I can disclose now that this technology helps compliment fertilizer to help farmers grow better tasting, healthier food  for our physical bodies and improves financial sustainability of agribusiness farms of all sizes – many of whom are struggling financially to maintain 2nd, 3rd and even 4th generation farms.

More details to come on this product early next year.

Now returning to your ability to grab your fleeting bluebird opportunity. In case, your bluebird opportunity was smaller than  what you really wanted, let’s increase the likelihood  of you grabbing your fleeting bluebird.  Are you good  enough and flexible enough to take advantage of something this crucial for your organization?

Start with this simple bluebird capture check:

  1. Do you have the foresight to know a bluebird opportunity when it lands in front of you?
  2. Will you have the flexibility to catch it in time?
  3. Will you have adequate resources of people, money and capacity to make something beneficial out of it?

If you answer yes to all three points, start looking and you will increase the likelihood that your bluebird  will appear, sooner rather than later.

If you cannot say yes to all three points, think of the opportunity and recognition, you are missing.

If you or a colleague wants to talk about bluebirds, call me at 678-319-4739

On that note, I look forward to serving you.


Gary Patterson

FiscalDoctor, Inc.

gary@FiscalDoctor.com  (678) 319-4739

Key member of 2 successful Inc. 500 international Companies ready to help you next.

Author of Million Dollar Blind Spots: 20/20 Vision for  Financial Growth and Stick Out Your Balance Sheet and Cough: Best Practices for Long-Term Business Health

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