4 Entrepreneurship lessons learned by selling Girl Scout cookies
This is the season of buying Girl Scout cookies. Think of the process of going door-to-door or standing outside buildings and selling those cookies. It makes one wonder how many rejections and negative comments these young people hear on a regular basis. It is hard for some potential customers to show enthusiasm toward the effort and be supportive, while others smile and pull out their wallet and buy.
The process of selling is hard and requires some measure of skill. Closing the deal is an art for some while others find the process difficult. Excellent marketing of products helps. In the case of the Girl Scout cookies, it is hard to imagine any product where door-to-door sales take place with greater market awareness. They tend to rank up there with Coke and Pepsi! Do you know anyone that has never heard of Girl Scout cookies?
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