Bigger Than I Thought

I’ve been working on selling cards for acupuncturists and doing artwork for them. I have been focused on how I want to sell them. Now I’m on Zazzle but it’s not how I really want the business to work. For one thing I think the customization arena can be confusing to those who haven’t used it. For another, I think Zazzle is a bit expensive (particularly considering what my cut is). While I plan to keep that store, I’ve been working on my own branding.

And it’s growing! I have tons of ideas and implementing them just keeps taking me down new steps. I think one reason that I haven’t done this before is that I was thinking too small. The idea was always big but I was trying to make it work small and that’s why it wouldn’t.

Does anyone else have places where they need to think bigger than they?

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Bonnie

Bonnie Koenig has been a licensed acupuncturist since 1999. She is passionate about helping people find real healing and real health. In the process she keeps asking about our attitudes towards sickness and health. Only by being clear on what sickness is, can we ever find health.

2 thoughts on “Bigger Than I Thought”

  1. I agree about Zazzle. I sell a couple of cards on there on month, which hardly compensates for the time it takes to set up. Wish I knew what the secret sauce was.

  2. Karen, I think you are selling far more consistently than I am! My advantage is that I’m gearing to a business which means I typically sell more than one card at a time! I think your cards definitely show popularity, but getting them noticed is the hard part (I can’t believe after being on Huff Post that you didn’t get a ton of sales off of that!)

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