Many People Go Out Of Business Because They Have Failed To Align Their Product With What The Market Demands - And With What Their Inner Selves Demand
Many times, businesses need to endure a breakdown before a breakthrough can be felt. Sometimes, the bad times are the only times that spur the need for positive change. In other words, even if you're struggling with simply "making it," there's plenty of hope.
I know you want an endless supply of customers - a flow that's as intense as you're willing to handle. But there's an important element to consider before moving forward. You must ensure that any success you've experienced to this point isn't just a symptom of luck. I like to say that even a broken clock shows the right time twice a day. If you glance at the clock randomly, there's a chance you might get the right time. And if you do, you might be fooled into thinking the clock is working. But it's not.