In your business, should you just obey the manuals and follow the status quo? In this article, see how successful entrepreneur Chip Conley followed his own truth despite the critics.
When I get hold of video production equipment, I don’t have any intentions of taking it away. I want to keep things as long as I can. I still believe that there are a lot of video production owners who have the same attitude when it comes to buying gear.
I’m only 31 years of age, being the very reflective individual that I am, I can be found staring at walls at times thinking about the past. I realize that there have been some lessons that I really wish I learned much earlier in life and it would be robbery, I feel, if I didn’t share some of these principles.
For some people it’s a passion they were born with, for others it’s a discovery they make later in life, but for everyone the first question they want to know is how to open a store. Some steps to opening a store are standard; others depend on where you live and what kind of store you want to open.
Everyone wants to increase traffic to their websites. After all, more traffic increases the odds, statistically speaking, of making more conversions. If a shop is crammed full of people, there’s a good chance that it’s making more money than when it’s empty. But if lots of people visit the shop and no sales are made, then this all means nothing. And it’s the same with your website. You only succeed if you manage to convert those prospects into customers.