Every business has in their mind that moment. You know the one. That moment that you know you’ve succeeded and made it in business. While goals are good, it’s also good to realize that you need a bigger dream to go after once you’ve made it to that point. On top of that Steve Gadlin points out in the article written by Shawn Graham that you have to be prepared to fail. This gives you the humility to go forward and appeal to both brides and potential investors.
So how do you reach that first moment of knowing that you’ve made it? First you need to cut your goals into bite size bits. Smaller goals motivate you to move towards the bigger goal faster because it makes you realize the progress you are making. Building a wedding business takes time. No one makes it over night, or even in a couple of months. If you’re going to make it as a wedding business you are in it for the long haul, not the short fix. What do you think?