Sign in
Download Opera News App



I Changed my life through this strategy

Do you really need a shop? Perhaps not yet, or maybe not at all. It's important to consider the added overhead costs before making a decision.

As an example, I worked from home for almost 5 years and had plenty of customers, both local and beyond Ghana . These customers weren't concerned about the fact that I worked from home; in fact, many of them were referred to me by others. If your main reason for wanting a shop is because you don't have many clients, consider that word of mouth referrals can be just as effective.

When I started my business, I didn't even consider getting a shop because I had a clear vision of what I wanted my office to look like, and I couldn't afford it at the time. Instead, I focused on providing a great customer experience from my home. This led to lots of happy customers who referred me to others.

Ultimately, the key is to clarify your goals and weigh your options carefully before making a decision. Think about what you really want to achieve with your business and how far you're willing to go to get there. And don't forget to focus on providing a great customer experience, whether you have a shop or not.

Content created and supplied by: Atadiewura (via Opera News )



Load app to read more comments