I didn’t have a second to complain

Running your own company is a blessing plus a curse, especially if you work in the retail industry. Unless you run a franchised business, you constantly have near-absolute control over what you can sell, plus what price you can sell at, however you also have the luxury of buying as much product to resell as you’d like, assuming you have the capital – plus the storage space. For most entrepreneurs (myself included), that last section of the equation is forgotten, plus you inevitably use space in your own home at some point to store excess inventory. I worked in the nutrition industry for a while, so my shop sells a lot of supplements plus a few over-the-counter medicines for regular ailments. It’s a lucrative business, but keeping your goods fresh can be a challenge. Recently, I had a major overstock of pre-made protein shakes, which I planned to sell abruptly while in a weekend sale, but I had nowhere cool to keep the product! I wound up having to use a rented storage space for the time being. I talked with 1 of the people working at the storage facility, plus they advocated picking up a mini-cut idea for my garage plus using that to store goods in the future! Even if I didn’t use it often for storage, the mini-cut idea would be superb for keeping the garage cool for any number of uses. I guess I’ll have to look into that in the future, because my shop’s way too small to have storage space for this much stuff!

HVAC unit