OBe professional as possible to establish integrity and credibility in business. Create the most unique business name you come with enough to attract clients.
Write out a detailed business plan. In fact, it would help if you wrote one business plan for each of the different aspects of your venture-finance, staff, marketing, etc. Find out just how much it would cost to construct your storage units. Find out just how much advance money you need to have to start this business and the expenses towards staffing, advertising and security.
Second, you need to take care of some legal things. Get a Building permits. You also might need a special permit or license to operate a nursery. Contact your state to find out more.
Keep your focus on the client – be 100% present with your client, listen with all your being. Don’t jump ahead assuming you know what they’re asking for or where they are going. The coach-client relationship is a partnership. They lead you, not the other way around.
Down Payment: The good news is that a down payment is no longer required to buy a home. The market has been inundated with 0% down mortgages in recent years. However, the terms of the loan (read: interest rate) will not be as good if you borrow 100%. Even putting 5% down will help you obtain a better rate. If you put 10% down, the terms will be better yet, and if you put the traditional 20% down, you will get preferential treatment and the best interest rates.
You can get the merchandise from distributors and wholesalers. Take advantage of shop closeouts online and look for online wholesalers. You can also purchase bulk orders from running shoe manufacturers. For every design or style, you can order 10 sizes at first. You can’t please everyone, so be sure to provide for a customer service. You can create an email address where customers can send their complaints and inquiries. If you don’t want to maintain inventory, you can opt for drop shipping. This is a great option so that the running shoes can be shop in another location or warehouse.
As for me, I love being independent in how I work. I love setting my own hours. I love knowing that if I really need some family time I can take it. Despite the many stresses of working from home, it’s one career move I’ll never regret.