It is only natural for people to have a bad day for their business. The ability to get right back up allows businesses to stay afloat. If your business has a really bad day, and you can’t rebound from that bad day, your business won’t be able to survive if it ever experiences consecutive bad days in a row. Being able to get back up and continue will result in a very successful entrepreneur.
Step into Targets, Walmart, or any other store. There are products left and right all on the shelves. When you open the door, you just walk right in and take a look. There are some products that don’t interest us at all, but there are a few products that interest us…a lot. These are the products that we are looking for and ultimately buy. Nearly every store has that kind of product–the one you want. With so many options, there is going to be something for you. If you can’t find something, you have the option to ask an employee to help you out.
This is how we should welcome our guests when they want to buy one of our services. When they open the door, they put in the URL to our website. If there is a pop-up asking them to buy your services or a pop-up that lists your services, you won’t get far. That’s like walking into a Targets or Walmart store, and there is an employee right at the door showing you a random product that you might not even like. It won’t take long before that door is shut. If someone is looking through your services, don’t answer their questions or even talk to them unless they ask you a question or talk to you. The cutomer is always right, and it is the customer’s decision without any kind of influence whether or not to buy your services.
No matter how much information you provide, there will always be a person with a question. The answer comes from someone contacting that person through email and giving that person the answer. I had a simple question for Twitter Ads, and I got an answer from a real person. This person gave me a clear answer to my question. There are multiple reasons in my day that influence what I write on this blog. What has influenced me to create a blog post on this topic is the lack of help that I have been receiving from a company that should be helping others considering all of the money it is making. I won’t name out the company, but I am very disappointed with it.
There will be many people disappointed with your services if you do not help them when they ask questions…no matter how good they are!
There are little details in businesses that should not be overlooked. These little details can be very good or very bad; they can lead to great growth or great disappointment. I keep on mentioning summer coming up because that is when everyone has a more flexible schedule when they can do a lot of work. Working on the little details before the long break will allow you to have a strong start during summer break. Waiting to do the little details in summer will lead to a shaky start and most likely an undesirable result.
“A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd.” –Max Lucado
What does this quote mean to you?
Yesterday, I got a small taste of what the later years of high school will be like. I was assigned a lot of homework that I had to do after my track practice. Doing all of my work as an entrepreneur at the same time proven to be challenging, but I prevailed. Everyone gets a small taste of what they know the future holds. I know I will be getting a lot of homework over the next 2 years (because I know what the ‘workload’ is for a senior), and as my business grows, I will have to put in more work for my business as well. I am also very excited to be taking an AP course next year among other honors courses. Will the workload be tough? Absolutely. However, I have an idea of what I am getting myself into, and when the work gets easier after those 2 years, I will have great time management skills. We all get a small taste of what it will be like in the future; we just have to make sure we are better off in the end.