You came up with a business idea and you went for it!
I’m sure it was scary but you did it. All the hours spent planning and dreaming of how awesome this was going to be. Working for yourself, keeping your own hours, living the dream and making oodles of money.
All the excitement fades when it sinks in that there is a lot of work in trying to run a business.
-You don’t work your own hours, you actually work ALL the hours.
-Mentally and Physically it is exhausting.
-You miss friends, free time, weekends and relaxing
And then, it turns out you headed down the wrong path and 100 people in your area are offering the same product or service and you realise you are getting nowhere. What the bloody heck do you do now?
Reinvent and roll with the tide
If you take option 1, you really weren’t ready to run a business.
If you take option 2, you are going to be battling for a slice of a pie. Maybe it will work out, maybe it won’t but for sure it will be a hard road.
Option 3, is really the right option.
Ok, so your idea didn’t go as planned, tweak what you are doing. Reinvent and roll with the tide.
It’s time to do some homework.
Take a good look at the market and your competitors.
Are there gaps in what they are doing?
What point of difference can you offer that they don’t?
Very few end up where they started out, and that’s not a bad thing.
Seek advice from those who have gone before you.
We are here for you if you want to talk about reinventing your business.