At least once a week during this pandemic there’s a story about how a brick and mortar business has to close it’s doors.

You hear all the usual stuff.

No business, the shutdown, limitations, and all of that.

But what you’ll also hear is that the final nail in the coffin isn’t all the regulations or lack of business it’s the landlords not being flexible.

They’re sticking to the contracts and leases in place and not giving an inch.

And that’s pretty frustrating.

Although, they’re getting hit hard from this too so many of them or scared and playing hard ball so they can keep their tenants and some sort of money coming in.

But what if you own a brick and mortar business and your landlord is being like this?

What can you do if talking to them won’t help?

Well, the video above is one attempt to try and appeal to their human and emotional side.

If you can get to that, you’ll have a much better chance of having them help you out.

But this is a unique way to do it. And if you’re in a position where you know your landlord is not going to budge or isn’t giving any breathing room, then you have nothing to lose and might as well give this a try.

In fact, when it comes to this there are two parts.

The first part is what you see here.

And the next part will be coming soon. So keep an eye out for it.