[Cyber Monday] Jumping the curb in my 4×4

By charles kirkland | Contextual Advertising

Nov 27

I had zero intentions of going out on Black Friday because of what happened to me 3 years ago.

To give my wife time to wrap presents I took my daughter shopping on the Saturday before Christmas.

Totally against my wife's better judgment.

In my mind Chuck Norris and Superman wear Charles Kirkland PJ’s to bed because I’m Super Dad!

I was in trouble the moment I got off the interstate.

Traffic is bad on a normal day, but this was insane.

It took about 30 minutes to get into the parking lot, let alone find a parking spot.

Once we got inside it wasn’t any better.

I have never seen so many people in one place in my life.

People were packed into stores like sardines in a can.

You could hardly move.

It didn’t take long for my daughter to decide this wasn't fun.

The lady at one of the checkouts told us it was taking 2 hours to get out of the parking lot.

I have ADD and after a few cups of Starbucks coffee there was no way I could spend that much time stuck in traffic.

After traveling 15 feet in 10 minutes I started freaking out.

My daughter was getting fidgety and asking how long this was going to take.

All the mall traffic had to merge into one lane to get to the main road.

The main road looked like a ghost town because of the bottleneck from the mall.

So I did what any super dad driving a 4,317 pound 4 wheel drive SUV that can seat 7 people would do.

I asked my daughter if she remembered the Phineas and Ferb episode of Truck Driving Girl where they jumped the curb and drove across everything.

She said yes and I told her to hold on!

I turned the wheel hard to the side and drove up to the curb.

Before she knew what I was doing I gave it some gas and the front tires climbed over the curb and then the back wheels.

All you could hear inside the car was my daughter laughing at me.

I gunned it and we started driving across the grass at the mall to freedom. I slowed down as we jumped off the curb and hit the main road.

Behind me I could see people stuck in their cars pointing and one truck trying to follow me.

When my wife heard what I did she wanted to know what would have happened if I got stuck.

I told her if I owned a 4x4 that could not make it across the grass at the mall I would have slapped a “For Sale” sign on it.

So going out on Black Friday wasn’t on my list of things to do.

But my son who was home from college wanted to get out the house and my wife and daughter were shopping.

So I bit the bullet and ended up back at the same mall with my son.

Traffic was bad, but it was manageable.

In celebration of not having to jump the curb at the mall I decided to extend the Black Friday sales to Cyber Monday!

Your are going to get $367 off the MBA Accelerator Community!

That makes the price not the normal $564but just $197!

Once you have access to the community you will be able to:

Use Google and Facebook to sell more of your products and services this year.

  • I had zero intentions of going out on Black Friday because of what happened to me 3 years ago.
  • Learn how to leapfrog your competition with a proven growth plan for every stage of your business.
  • Get access ?to me and an entire team of like-minded entrepreneurs in a closed community.
  • Together we can help you take action, keep you motivated and moving forward while avoiding Bright Shiny Objects.
  • You’ll get access to every new MBA course for the next 12 months.

Best of all, you don’t have to feel alone in your business again!

This deal isn’t going to be open for very long so lock in your charter member discount today.

Talk soon,
Charles Kirkland

PS – I have never given this much of a crazy discount before. This is the lowest you’ll ever see this. Because I want to give back to my online family I’ve made this course affordable for everybody. Get it now!

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About the Author

Charles is a walking, talking, networking blend of credibility and know-how. Raised in a working class family, he combined a tenacious work ethic and keen sense of curiosity to usher him over one hurdle after another.