What Chick-fil-A Can Teach You

California is full of Click-fil-A restaurants. I love the place, not just because of their food, but because their conservative values are pretty close to mine. One thing that sets Click-fil-A apart from other fast-food restaurants is they’re not open seven days a week.


Now you might think to yourself if this policy is greatly limiting their profits? I think the argument could go both ways.

One could venture to say that more people would come if they were open on Sundays. Another could argue that they’re bringing in more profits because they have values and won’t sacrifice their employees well-being for the sake of the extra profits. Either way, I love what they’re doing.

It’s Not All About The Money


Many people in the Internet marketing and home business space are all about the money. They believe in sucking every last drop of profit that they can. These marketers are never happy. They hit 5 figures, 6 figures, 7 figures and beyond. And they still want more and they’ll do anything for it. They’ll sacrifice their own values. Their families. Their health. And so on.

Don’t let their issues become your issues. Hold true to your boundaries, your standards, your values, and don’t let anyone impose upon that, even if it means you sacrificing a few bucks here and there.

Trust me. It’ll be well worth sticking to your guns and doing what you know is right.

Now, I’m not saying that you shouldn’t get out of your comfort zone. Far from it. You must get out of your comfort zone in order to grow and expand your income and happiness.

What I’m Saying Is Stick To Your Values

Chick-fil-A stays closed on Sunday so its employees can have the day off, and if they choose, will have the time to go to church. That’s their standard.

For you, maybe it’s not sacrificing family time for this business. Not traveling without the family. Not lying or doing anything dishonest, misleading, or unethical just to make a quick buck.

Whatever your standard is. Hold it as dear and precious and don’t like some Internet marketing guru persuade you away from it. A lot of these guys aren’t nearly as happy in real life as they appear to be.