A new year means new adventures!
Although I’m sure some of us have had our fill of adventures… Many businesses may look fully repaired on the outside after the earthquake, but a disaster of the magnitude of November 30th can take a long time for small businesses to recover from. The holidays helped provide a nice boost for most small businesses, but as we enter the new year, things slow down quite a bit for these entrepreneurs and that brings me back to new adventures.
As we begin 2019, I challenge you to check out some new and different businesses.
You can go for a ride or a walk around town and make an effort to check out signs you may drive by every day. Even after living in Alaska for over twenty years, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve come across a business that I never knew existed, only to find out they’ve been there for years! But don’t just leave your adventuring to your travels around town. Hop online and take a deeper look into those posts your friend of a friend posted the other day.
Are the credit card bills from the holidays making supporting other businesses a little rough?
You might think about starting your own direct sales business. Many companies have low start-up fees that offer the option to do as little or as much as you need to get back on your feet again. Get those bills paid off – whether they’re from Christmas shopping or earthquake repair – and start your new year off the right way.