Advice Column | Finding God As A Means To Enhance Your Small Business’ Customer Base — The Betoota Advocate

Advice Column | Finding God As A Means To Enhance Your Small Business’ Customer Base — The Betoota Advocate

DR CHET SPEVENS | Finance Expert | CONTACT

Is your small business struggling to find new customers? You’re not alone. Many small business owners, including myself, have had a hard time adjusting to the post-Covid economy.

We have been unable to claw back those customers we lost during peak-Covid, and we are now genuinely looking down the barrel of being forced to close up shop if nothing changes.

You feel like you’ve hit rock bottom, I know. Like it will take a miracle to save your business now. Well, if it’s a miracle you need, then it’s a miracle I shall provide.

As one of Australia’s foremost experts on finance and business marketing techniques, I’m here to tell you there is hope for you, because you’re yet to tap into the biggest customer base on earth. 

But to reach this miraculous new market, you’ve got to have a little faith. In fact, you’ve got to have a whole lotta’ of faith.

You’ve got to find God. That’s right, to reach this new customer base and save your business – nay – yourself, you’ve got to open a dialogue with the Big Guy upstairs. 

And the only way to do that is to pop down to your local house of God; church. While that may sound like a daunting prospect, fear not my child. The House of the Lord is incredibly welcoming, rewarding those who come into him.

It’s simpler than it sounds. When you get there, just start chatting with the local congregation. Ask them how one goes about finding God. Maybe mention your struggles, but more importantly, mention some of the great deals your business currently has on offer. 

With 50% of Australians affiliated with a religion, this is perhaps the biggest marketing opportunity to increase your small business customer base. 

What’s more, as you walk the righteous path towards a new relationship with God, you may find it a revelatory experience in more ways than just financial profit. You’ll meet new people, and find a profound sense of community and belonging that you never could have had as a Godless heathen.

And hey, if you can build wealth at the same time then why not? 

Don’t let everything you’ve worked so hard for flounder. Let the Lord’s light shine down upon thee, and let thy small business customer base flourish.

Godspeed to you, friend. Amen.

Author: Stephen Bailey