Thank you, I know the beginning can be slow. I spent all morning hitting up commercial units, mainly offices, around my area introducing myself and telling them what I do. I made sure not to be pushy or desperate. Just explained what I can do and offered to do a sample. I hope something sticks.One happy customer at a time is how businesses are built. Its exponential, so it takes some time and feels slow at first. Then before you know it you will be booked solid.
When you look back on this day a year from now, I hope it makes you smile just as much as it's making you smile right now. Come to think of it, I think EVERYONE here is smiling for you!!!!!I got not 1 but 2 paid gigs today. Total revenue $240. Gotta start somewhere.
Thanks for all the advice guys. Keep it coming. See you in Vegas next year!
Thanks, I started in the fall fully knowing not much will happen revenue wise for a while. In the meantime I’m taking my time learning to use the machine, chemistry etc. I hope that next spring I can really hit the ground running. I’ve started a few business in the past and had a successful corporate career. I took the last 18 months off from general burn out and decided that working for myself was what I wanted to do.Just dont get discouraged. Takes a few months at least. And this is the slowest time of year for many. Might advertise a winter special for holiday season or something.