The Best Ingredients for a Successful Business
Let’s say you’re in the food industry business, particularly in the restaurant and catering category. How do you turn it into a roaring success?
In the eye of a restaurateur, there may be numerous ways. One of them may seem to be the most direct and easiest way to earn big bucks; and that is to use less expensive ingredients while retaining the foods’ acceptable taste. This may seem to be the fastest way to make profits. But do you think this is the best option? If the taste of the foods cooked in your restaurant does not appeal to your customers’ taste buds, they won’t be coming back often.
The other way of making big bucks, possibly the best way to make your business (a restaurant in this case) a byword, is by making your name stand out. This is possible by using ingredients combined with your talent to come up with exceptionally great-tasting foods. What you serve will become your vehicle to success. This will make your name famous because people will spread your name by word-of-mouth.
If you use good ingredients that cost more but better in quality to come out with the best tasting specialties, you may wind up with fewer profits initially. Eventually, you’ll make more. Your throng of clients will multiply, as mentioned earlier, by word-of-mouth. The multiplicity effect will astound you, far more than you could ever expect.
In the language of sales persons, a repeat order is the best gauge that a product sells. Similarly, when you find repeat patrons, it means they are satisfied with your services. When you find new patrons walk in to your restaurant, especially when they seem to increase in trend, you can be sure that words favoring your business are spreading.
What essence lies behind this concept of success? It is the essence of giving more. You give more in terms of good quality at the extent of lesser profit. The result is that you will gain more, just because you give more.
Compare these ingredients for a successful business to an act of giving help to the needy. You give so that others may benefit from your act.
By giving, the returns far exceed what you give.
Just what secret lies behind this concept of giving? This is the “Law of Karma” at work. You reap what you sow. In simple words, the more you give, the more you receive.