Unplug it It'll work when you plug it back in

Brad Hussey 2 minute read
August 12, 2020

One morning while I was working, my wife beckoned for me to come upstairs and fix the TV.

It kept randomly turning off, for no reason.

I'm pretty tech-savvy, I will admit, however, my technique for fixing things like televisions is usually just to unplug it and plug it back in.

Most of the time, it has a 100% success rate.

No surprise to me — and to the frustration to my wife — it did the trick, and now the TV is working just as well as ever.

I think this quirky technique is just as effective in many other parts of life, especially when it comes to working for yourself.

Troubleshooting Guide for the Overworked Small Business Owner

If you are experiencing any of the following issues:

Then try the following:

Unplug, and plug it back in at a later date.

Chances are it'll work better.

p.s. I'm currently unplugged right now and resetting my internal hardware. This post was written and scheduled a few weeks back.