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Working Smart Trough Out All Business Hours

Sunday, September 4th, 2016

When someone decides to go into any business venture, it’s assumed the motive is to serve the public
successfully, therefore, creating profits and making money. You cannot produce sales, income, and profits
unless people patronize your business and pay for your products and services. For more information go to All Business Hours.

Starting a home business and making a success of it is hard work, but if it takes over your entire life it is
hardly going to be the pleasurable adventure you had envisioned. Setting business hours for your home
based venture – and sticking to them – is crucial to both your success and your sanity.

If you would like to be successful in your venture, you should always set your business hours to meet the
needs of your customers. The type of business and customer expectations usually demand when your
enterprise is open and available to do business.

You can decide on the days and hours your operation should be open by monitoring those that are in
businesses similar to yours. For example, most convenience stores are open from seven in the morning until
eleven each night. It was ludicrous to offer hours of nine to five for that type of business.

Deciding if you should be open on weekend days is another choice than can benefit your business with
greatly increased sales or cost you extra money in employee overtime. When you decide to open on weekend
days, you should monitor your results for several weeks before deciding it’s worthwhile to continue with the
extra hours and extra expense.

The most important thing is consistency. Customers come to expect your operation to be open at the times that have been announced. When you change your business hours or days too often, the customer becomes confused and will seek the products and services elsewhere. What may seem as a minimal operational decision can have a great impact on the success of your business? Be sure to consider all the options and choose the days and hours of operation that benefits both the customer and your business.

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