Starting a business of any kind is a difficult and arduous task. Non-stop hours, networking with your community, and figuring out the best marketing strategies for your brand are just a few of the many things a business owner has to think through when starting up in their chosen industry. A specific industry that is usually under the radar is popping up all over the United States in a timely fashion. Self-storage units and buildings are increasing in number across America, because let’s face it, we all have stuff, and it needs to be stored somewhere! Especially for those in big cities where living space is not easy to have an abundance of, storage units are ideal in these situations. Ryan Rodney saw this need and he knew something needed to be done about it. Rodney has started a custom storage unit center along with a RV park all in a convenient vicinity to Lake Havasu. It hasn’t been all smooth sailing, and he has three very important lessons that he has learned along the way in order to help his business succeed.
Keep the Dream Alive
In any sort of vision or dream with a business, there is an element of excitement in the planning. Figuring out the details leading up to opening day, the emotions, labor, and thought are all for a purpose: to bring the plans to life. Ryan has learned that despite all the mundane daily chores that go into running his business, he has to remember to keep his dream alive. He has realized that he has to understand that the little decisions and sacrifices he makes for his business are well worth it in the long run. It can be a painful process, but Ryan has learned to keep pushing forward.