Infusionsoft Usage Increased By Hunting Squirrels?

Infusionsoft Hunting Squirrels

So about a week ago I took my family on a camping trip to Monte Cristo in Northern Utah. We had a great time and yes, we “hunted” squirrels, which oddly enough provided a pretty insightful parallel for Infusionsoft users and all small businesses alike.

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3 Responses to Infusionsoft Usage Increased By Hunting Squirrels?

  1. Heather September 3, 2015 at 11:15 am #

    Great analogy Jarrod! Looks like you had a great trip as well. If you son likes the squirrels that much you should come to Colorado on a trip sometime and head up to Estes Park. There is a tram that will take you up the mountain (on the way up you can usually see a bald eagle or two) and once up at the top you can buy a bag of peanuts and hand feed the chipmunks up there. They are everywhere! My kids LOVE doing this every year.

    Thanks for all the great info as usual! You guys rock!

  2. Jeremy September 3, 2015 at 4:41 pm #

    Great analogy Jarrod. Glad no squirrels got hurt ; -)
    That event sounds awesome, especially the guest line up.

  3. Justin September 3, 2015 at 9:23 pm #

    Great takeaways!

    I wish I could make it to San Diego. Sounds like a great event.

    Justin

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