It was a tough decision.
I had just signed up for a newsletter that was promoting a new, “smart” clothing brand, and the idea of paying a subscription to read reviews about the company’s new apparel line wasn’t appealing.
However, the company was looking to raise money, so I was intrigued enough to give it a shot.
What I didn’t know was that I’d be spending my free time looking at the reviews and reading the reviews themselves.
My enthusiasm was building to the point where I’d never had any issues paying for something I’d been interested in for months.
I was so excited about this brand, I even started the first subscription, paying $1.99 a month.
As it turns out, I had the best deal on anything.
Within the first week, I was hooked.
I ordered 10 shirts, which included a pair of denim shorts, a pair pajama pants, a belt, and a jacket.
My initial thought was to simply wear them out.
But then, the next week, the pants came in.
I could barely believe it.
I immediately bought another set of pants, and then a second set of underwear.
I ended up ordering two sets of underwear in each box.
And I was excited to be wearing a pair right out of the box.
Within two months, I could hardly wait to put the pants on.
They fit beautifully.
I started wearing them almost every day.
The company even offered to send me a pair if I wanted to wear them in person.
I took the money and did just that.
Within a month, the shirt sales skyrocketed.
The next two years I sold a total of 4,500 shirts.
As I wrote about in my new book, The Perfect Shirt: How to Sell Your Favorite Shirt in One Lesson, I’m no stranger to having success at any given moment.
But that experience was different this time.
The first couple months of my sales were off, but I felt like the business was growing.
That feeling of success has never been more important to me than it was with The Perfect Shirts.
It’s not just a simple sales funnel.
If you have a solid sales strategy and a customer base that’s loyal to you, you’ll quickly find a way to turn that sales funnel into success.
For me, that was a great combination.
The best part about the shirt business is that the customers have a great experience with your brand.
I also realized that it wasn’t the company that I was buying from that was driving me to buy shirts.
Instead, I got my clothing from a small collection of friends and family, who were willing to send shirts over for me.
The result was an incredible customer experience.
The shirt company has also had a big impact on my life.
In the last few years, I’ve started a successful business, a beautiful home, and had the opportunity to teach English.
All while remaining passionate about my love for the art of sewing.
I’m so happy to have found The Perfect Shoes.