Accept That Nervousness Is a Natural Part of Any Performing. Long time well-known performers across many venues STILL get very nervous before their performances, yet they manage to give very creditable performances, time and again.
Search for the perfect location that is visible from the street and has a lot of foot traffic. Speaking of traffic, make sure that you have the right kind of traffic that matches your concept, prices and market. You should not open a coffee shop serving expensive organic coffee to community college students or teenagers, nor do you want to serve low end coffee blends at a first class neighborhood.
But if you want to deviate from the standard Starbucks fair, where can you go? Turn left out of the Wal-Mart Shopping Center down Route 222 and you’ll come across the Java Joint. It’s a quaint, teeny tiny little drive through coffee shack – but their Mocha Latte easily outshines Starbucks’ anytime. And the service is super friendly.
I made an amazing discovery. There is a love life after divorce. After my divorce I was completely out of sorts. I started to prepare myself for a life all alone. It took me a while to hit the dating scene again. I went to a singles bar for the first time in decades, and found that it was too loud for me. I left almost immediately. Meeting people over 50 was definitely not going to happen at a dance club.
Another thing working in a buyer’s favor is that businesses are not flying off the market right now. If you really want to buy a shop and its solvent, you can make the owners a much lower offer than they would expect, but without being insulting. They just may surprise you. A good place to start is contacting a business broker in your area.
If you don’t talk to your prospects and suspects on a regular basis, how do you expect them to know to call You instead of your competitor when they need our services. Sending out letters via email or snail mail is key to maintaining regular contact with your clients and prospects.
Be proud of what you do as a mortgage broker. Ask people to refer others to you so that you may be of service to them. Never be shy about the value of what we do. Remember, we touch people where they live. What we do matters, when we do it right.