Your adventure at operating a smoothie bar can be called many things.
- hard work
- socially demanding
Success is known best by those who’ve endured hard times.
- Acheivement of a personal or corporate objective or a goal.
- A level of social status.
- Financial profitability.
- Successfully taking one step at a time in your field of endeavor.
- Or perhaps success can simply be whatever is the opposite of failure.
It’s not unlike the days when we sat in the classroom, bored out of our gourd as the professor’s mundane voice lulled us to sleep, and we daydreamed with wild imaginations of being somewhere else: anywhere else. And then suddenly you hear, “Test on Friday,” and you wake up out of the coma … too late. And now you have to scramble, do some damage control, and your heart races while you spend the next few days trying to piece the mystery together.
Successfully getting your own business off the ground can be a lot like that; passing the test after all. And you wipe the sweat from your brow, and you breathe again. And you think, “Gosh, that was a long week! But I pulled it off!” Except that in business, it’s not just a long week. The first year is the toughest. Most businesses that fail, do so in the first year.
Finding success in the smoothie industry is entirely possible and very rewarding. In this week’s blog I’d like to highlight one recent news story in particular. See if you can find clues and insights, and apply them to your situation. Here is the hyperlink to azcentral’s “Café owners hope healthy fare catches on at Freestone rec center.”
Success, to any degree, requires researching market demand. When you do that, you will invariably discover that the consumer demand is for healthy foods and beverages.
Smoothie Essentials. We’re here to help you succeed.
Here’s to your health.