I'm interested in hearing if you, as a business owner, use the theme: Christmas in July as the opportunity to build sales, unsag sagging sales at the register, and to start buyers thinking of beginning their holiday shopping. It does seem like a lot of extra work to drag out all the holiday decorations and find those CDs with holiday music -- but is it?
If your business quietens down in the hot summer months, what do you do to increase activity? Or do you do nothing and just wait for fall?
Are you proactive or scratching your head, wondering what to do next to get those buyers to reach into their pockets to buy?
Share your thoughts and ideas and let's see if we can learn from one another!
Summer or winter, the best advice is the following
Know your product or service
Believe in what you are selling.
Have a passion for what you sell
ALWAYS BE CLOSING
ALWAYS BE SELLING
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