My extremely adaptable personality on full display:
A couple days ago, after lunch, I suddenly said to my hubby while we were seated at the dining table, out of the blue, on a whim, without any thought…
“Let’s go travel!”
To which he replied:
And we packed our bags, and left Noble Bunny Manor for a cross-country, cross-borders trip in the car.
Living with me is always an interesting experience.
You never know what I’ll decide to do next!
On our trip, we got hungry, and we stopped by this little square with lots of beautiful decor and all sorts of amazing shops all over the place. We decided to eat at this lovely little teahouse with the most beautiful decor, and turns out their food was absolutely delicious!
Not to mention, they cater to my vegetarian-bunny tastes…
After eating, we continued going around the square.
Going in and out of shops.
Looking at art. Looking at food. Looking at neat little gadgets.
Before we know it, it got dark.
And I said to hubby:
“Do you want to go back and eat at that tiny little teahouse? Their food and decor is amazing, they have stuff I STILL want to try, and I really don’t want to gamble around and end up eating somewhere that isn’t as incredible…”
We went back and…
… had our second meal there!
And it reminds me of how customers keep coming back again and again to my “tiny little art store” for seconds too.
One of the main reasons (apart from good art, good taste):
They still have lots of stuff that they want to try!
I really think it’s the same for your customers as well.
Variety is the spice of life. And while my overall style and soul remains the same, my technique is constantly changing! So it’s sort of like… you know it’s gonna taste good… but there’s always some surprising new stuff on the menu you still want to try…
Want your customers coming back for seconds?
Add more variety to the mix.
Mix stuff up.
So you’ll always be having interesting new stuff to try out!
The easiest way to do this:
Try some of my different styles out for a change. Like this Heart Wreath that was made with a sketchier style, and harkens back to my more abstract days, if your customers haven’t had a taste of this yet:
They may love it, they may hate it.
But they won’t be bored. That’s for sure…
Aurelia “Changes On A Whim” Nobleia