As your business grows and you continually need to figure out how to accept payments from your customers, do not for get to look at Square.
Whether you need to accept credit card payments from someone in person and/or also keep track of other purchases that have been made, Square is a great mobile tool to “literally” have in your back pocket.
To give you an idea of its capabilities, here are some great examples of how it could be used.
This is a very exciting episode for me as I am now halfway in my podcast recording to episode 168. This has been an amazing journey, but I have learned some lessons in the past 4 years that I need to work on.
Since this is a rather monumental episode (at least for me) I discuss how I have come to understand how I have struggled with the “trying” bug for the last 9 years of my life.
Maybe you know what I’m talking about.
You state that you will “try” to make that deadline or appointment, but in reality you have given yourself a way out.
Stating that you “will try” to do something allows you to internally provide yourself with an exit strategy.
You will often find yourself rationalizing skipping something because you said you would “try”. After all you “did try”.
However, at the end of the day it really is just a way for you to not commit to something.
If you have a looking to build a website or have had a WordPress website for a long time like me, you know that building a site can take a lot of time.
Recently, my wife needed to create a site for herself where she would be selling her artwork from. I had to pause and really think about her trying to figure out how to use the backend of a CMS system to update and create listings for her products.