Do you have a finished booklet on the market and you’re frustrated because your business is not growing as fast as you would like it to? Maybe you want more sales and more money. Maybe more products to offer your market is what you desire. Whatever it is, your vision for your business is a big one, but you feel stuck in smallville. Hang in there and don’t give up!
It’s A Process, Not A Race
When you began your booklet adventure, you were beginning a process. That process takes a little time to develop. Nobody starts at the top. Nordstrom started out as a small shoe store. Starbucks began by selling coffee beans by the bag from a little shop in Seattle. But, over time, these companies grew. It didn’t happen in a single day, or a week or a month. It took a while. But, you won’t have to wait that long! You can build your company much faster than they were able to!
Just Do One More Thing
If you want to grow your business a little faster, all you need to do is a little more than what you’re doing now. That might mean making one more phone call or sending one more email. It might be creating just one more product to add to what you have. Or, it may be spending just one more hour a day on your business in general – tweaking some things so it all runs a little smoother.
You don’t need to try to keep up with the big guys or expand your business by leaps and bounds overnight. That would be exhausting. Just try adding or doing one more little thing to what you already do.
Enjoy Smallville While You Can
Even if you could, you wouldn’t want to turn your business into a huge company overnight. You need a chance to grow with your business. As your business grows, you will find that you are no longer able to do everything yourself. This can be a difficult conclusion when you’re used to having complete control over every area and aspect of your business – from the conception and creation of your booklets and other products to your sales and shipping.
If you stay the course, growth will happen. And it can happen at a pace that is comfortable for you, whether that is fast or slow. But, don’t try to grow too fast. Don’t expect to create a line of 100 products in a week. Be realistic. And enjoy this time while your business is small. Once it grows things will be busier and you’ll look back fondly on these days!
To your riches!
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