This is one of the easiest ways to sell water: it’s not necessary to buy a gallon of milk; however, you can always buy another gallon and use it as a gift, or you can buy ice cream.
It’s not that hard to sell water. I can show you how.
One of the easiest ways to sell water is to water the plants. This has two advantages: You get a bigger profit since water plants grow faster due to the increased evaporation rate, and also you get to do it in a cooler space.
The other advantage to water plants is that they will grow faster, thus increasing your profit. But we don’t want to wait for the plants to grow. We want to sell water to people today.
This is where the real fun begins. You can sell water to anyone. The obvious target is the elderly, but many of these people are also buying ice cream from your neighbor or from the local convenience store. You can also sell water to anyone who is visiting your office. If someone is coming in for a conference, you can offer them water while they are waiting. The problem is that some people will buy water from you without even knowing about your company.
Here’s what makes this tricky. Selling water to a person is all about the water aspect of the sale. So make sure that you make it clear that you’re selling water. There’s a difference between saying, “This is water. We sell it at $65 a bottle” and “I sell you water for $65 a bottle.” The second sentence is more likely to be interpreted as a sales pitch.
The more you sell, the more you give away. So you have to sell 50 or so water bottles at a time. So you are selling for a price that is only a fraction of what you did in the first place, right? The problem is that some people will buy water from you without even knowing about your company. This is usually a time-lapse of how much water you sold. So that’s how people with self-awareness sell water.
There is a good reason why someone might sell water. The fact is that they don’t give a damn about you, or about the water you are selling. They only care about how much money you have. If you are selling water in Asia, you might sell 50 bottles and then say, “Yay! I sold another 50 bottles!” This is because you are selling into a market where buying water is not a money maker.
That is why it is so important to sell water with some sort of value on it. This does not mean that you should sell water for a premium price. It also does not mean you should sell water at a premium price. It is not about how much you sell per time, though that is a good indicator in general. It is about how much you sell per unit.
That is why I recommend selling water in quantities of 25 gallons (50 in Asia) because this is the volume that is needed to cover the cost of buying the water. Also, this means if you sell one gallon, the price is the same for a second, third, and so on gallon. I believe this to be a more accurate measure of the market’s reaction to your water sales.