towels. Wednesday , May 10th , 2017 - 22:11:12 PM
Does any of this sound familiar in your business? "Why should I bother marketing and/or selling? People aren't buying anyway. And the economy is bad. And my industry is struggling." "I haven't sent out a newsletter in months, I'm just too busy." "I know I have a stack of business cards on my desk I should follow up with, but I'm just so busy. And besides, do they really want to hear from me anyway? It's probably too late." "This product launch was a disaster. Only 2 people bought. I guess no one is interested in this after all." (Never mind you only sent out a couple of emails and called that a launch not to mention never sending out a newsletter.) "I'm almost done with my first product. I just have a couple more things to add/change." (And you've been saying THAT for 3 years.)
The first thing to consider when makeing wedding towel cakes is what kind of towels to use. The usual "recipe" calls for two bath towels, two hand towels, and two washcloths, all white. But you can adjust towel cakes to include any type or number of towels you want. If you know what color towels the couple would prefer, choose accordingly. Don't skimp on quality. You'll only save a few dollars, and the appearance of your towel wedding cakes will suffer.
I cringe when I hear people seriously considering a settle strategy. Its not that I dont understand, because I do. You can only struggle so long before you begin to wonder if youre crazy to keep going. And settling for something that wont ultimately make you happy begins to sound pretty darned attractive.
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