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You can’t take your experience of the store and turn it into a product, so when it comes to a boutique, you can’t make a product in every store. If you are a new consumer, you have to make the decision which stores you will spend your money in, and which store you will spend your money on. Once you have that, you can then create a strategy for which stores you will shop at.
I have to say, this is one of those things that if you have been shopping online (or have a membership to a large online retailer), the likelihood that you will have spent a lot of money in one store or another is very low.
This is why it is important to set up your shopping strategy beforehand, and why it’s one of the best ways to maximize your shopping experience. If you go to a store that caters to a specific niche, you can often find products that are similar to ones you’ll find in other stores in the same niche. For example, I have a large clothing store (www.clothes.com) that caters to women, and I shop there often.
But if you want to buy something that will fit into your entire wardrobe, set up your shopping strategy first. The more you have in your home, the more you have to think about it. You have to be able to find the right size, color, style, and brand in the right amount of time. If you’re buying something you want to wear on a regular basis, you’re really putting your money in the right place.
I think it’s great that youre putting your money at the right place. But not everything you do in your house has to be intentional. It can be as simple as buying shoes that fit with your outfit. But having a nice closet is no guarantee that you will find the right pair. Your closet is only as good as your closet door. If youre not having any fun at all, you just might not be making any money.
As a small business owner, I always feel like I have a lot on my plate. There’s so much to do. Every week is a huge undertaking. And yet I have a lot on my plate. I like to think that I’m able to juggle those tasks just enough to keep things interesting. And in the process, I have the opportunity to take care of my family.
The challenge of running a small boutique is knowing what to do with the time you have. If you don’t do anything, you just sit there and wait for the inevitable day to come, and when it does, it’s always the same. You wait for the next week, the next business trip, the next project. You don’t think about it.
The shop needs to be open at all times, and you need to do it all yourself. It needs to be all about the customer, and it can only thrive if you keep your eye on the customers and their needs, not their ego.
My own shop is a small boutique that works like this. It starts with a few items that sell for a couple bucks each, and in order to keep my eyes on them I have to keep a constant eye on it. If I see something that I like I will buy it and if I don’t then I will sell it.
As the title says, “If you don’t like it, don’t buy it.” If you do, I would say you should go right ahead.