I now help people to sell their homes and find new ones to live in. Zillions of individuals do that nowadays. There is always someone in need of a house or in need of selling one for the best possible money. This is a high competition and a high collaborative business. And it deals with high hopes and delusions for both owners, buyers and consultants, like myself now.
The trade demands constant training on both soft and hard skills. Experienced colleagues tell me that persistence, discipline, dedication and the strict following of procedures are all it takes to succeed. I feel optimistic. There is room for trial and error. Responsibilities are all mine. It is all a matter of getting the work done.
I sure have been over confident. I am making two digital wallpapers a day and quite certainly no one will ever buy them. I do make research on selling online, but something escapes me. Visits to my Etsy shop raised astonishingly and sales keep being sporadic. Taking the feedback into account, people seem to really like my designs. My prices are average, I guess. I wonder if my designs are nice to look at but too bold to wear. That might be applied to clothing, but not to mugs and stationery. Truth be told, I’ve been selling products from almost all the sections of my shop. But the pace is excruciating slow and the timing random, as far as I can perceive.
One motivation for creating my own business is having control. I make the decisions. I would really like to know which are the right ones to selling regularly and substantially. I hate competition but only competitive businesses thrive. Quality is not enough. Marketing is the decisive factor here. I’ve already written on that. I must learn the ways to make people feel the urge to buy from me.
NunoNevesStore must become essential on people’s lives. Buying from me should be a moment of happiness. This is so silly!