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This Is Why Your Cake Business Is Failing (and what you can do about it)

It’s quite disheartening when your cake business is slow, isn’t it? We start to feel like a failure, like this business was a bad idea, like the competition is taking away all the customers away from us.

Believe me I understand how you feel. There are many a times when i ask myself if i made the right decision in resigning from my job and venturing into this wonderful world of cakes. 

There would be weeks when i didn’t have a single order and when i do i will be doubting my cake skills wondering if i am able to create the cake the customer wants.

But one thing i will tell you for free. It will get better, so please do not give up.

But you need to do some work and look at your business if you want to improve your sales.

The first thing you do is to look at your past track record. You either got a few or plenty of orders in the past, If you used to get plenty orders, what did you do? You need to trace your patterns.

However, you need to realize that what worked so well in the past may not work as well now because:

1) There are more bakers out there doing what we do on those same platforms,

 2) It’s much harder to reach your potential customers through Facebook unless you use paid Ad’s, and

3) You are still doing the same old thing, even though the cake industry have changed significantly.

If your orders are few and far between means that you may have not done much in the way of marketing your business. Like what platforms do you use to market your cakes or to tell people about your cakes?  

 

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So if you are suffering from low sales, you need to as yourself  3 important questions:

  1. How can i do to stand out from the competition: What makes your cake business stand out from the other bakers out there? 
  2. What can you do to get new customers: How would someone who wants the type and the taste of your cakes you offer even know you exist in the first place? How do these people find you?
  3. How do you keep your current customers: You need to think how to remind your customers that you are always there for them, how can you always remind them to always remember you when they need a cake. Think back, do you get repeat custom, or do people order from you and then forget about you because they never hear from you again?

Once you’ve thought and answered these questions. It’s time to get it out there and MARKET, MARKET, MARKET that cake business of yours.

You have to realise that as your business grows and changes, your marketing should be growing and changing too  because the business of marketing is constantly evolving.  

Yes, we love to make Cake but forget that we need to sell it in order to sustain a profitable and successful business, and although you may think that marketing makes you look a bit desperate, it doesn’t have to be that way!

THINK OF MARKETING AS A MEANS FOR YOU TO GET YOUR BUSINESS OUT THERE TO THE PEOPLE THAT MATTER

 You might also want to have a look at this awesome Course called ‘The Ultimate Guide to Marketing your Cake Business’ – This Course is ideal and will give you a boost forward to get your business back on track if you have been having low sales.

So are you ready to finally start making serious money in your cake business, so that you can get more orders!

 

 

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(Just fill in your details below and  we shall email you with details of the Course or just click on this Link)

 

 

 

Why you are not Making Money in your Cake Business

Okay you have finally taken the push and have started your cake business, maybe part or full time. You are passionate about baking. You have done business card, printed fliers and have gone for training to improve your skills, but still you are hardly getting any orders.

And when you finally get an order, the customer prices your cakes so low that you are telling yourself what is the point.

If this is you, please continue reading.

The hustle is real but here are some mistakes you probably are making that is preventing you from making money

You are selling cakes that people do not want to buy

Maybe you want to do something different, like maybe do different flavours of cake. Maybe you offer unusual flavours like beetroot, peanut butter, avocado, wheat germ, etc. Yes if you were abroad, you could get customers but here, there are few adventurous types in Nigeria.

So it’s best you stick to the common flavours like vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, lemon, chocolate and red velvet. Maybe when you become more popular you can expand your product range after you have done enough research and offer those unusual cake flavours.

Not realizing you are in business

You are still seeing yourself as a hobby baker, even though people are paying you money for your cakes. Once money is exchanged, this is a business transaction even if you are selling to your sister or a close friend.

 As a business owner, things become different. You are now a professional baker and you should see and portray yourself as such.

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Not keeping track of expenses

 You have to keep track of what you are spending. You have to form this habit or keeping bookkeeping books and keeping receipts and not using your personal money to pay for cake stuff. A helpful guide is a webinar I did- Booking Systems for Cake Businesses. Click here and here to watch.

 

Waiting for customers to just miraculously appear

Customers are not going to magically appear. They just don’t fall from the sky. Yes it will be lovely if that happens. You have to go out there are find them. And that means you have to market your business to the hilt. If not you will just be staring at the sky. I have a marketing Course that can help. Here are the details.

You Discount and negotiate too much

Once a potential customer starts complaining about your price or question your pricing or do not immediately order, you start offering discounts.

I know especially when you first start and really want to make a sale you give discount, offer extras, and promise all sorts of things just to get that order.

The problem with this, is that I might set of a trend and sooner or later you will be known as the cheap baker and you will be working for next to nothing.

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You are not confident

You are unsure of yourself or your skills. You still view yourself as a beginner or a learner. When you are describing your business or describing a cake you want to do for a customer, you do not talk in a confident tone. 

You do not own the conversation. You don’t give ideas and just accept whatever the customer wants. When you do this, people can tell that you are a learner, even though you may be the best baker in town. You are scared of charging high prices, you don’t sound confident about your skills, you can’t really articulate why someone should pick you to make their cakes over another brand, and you can’t say no to the customers who price you cheaply.

You are a Jack of all trades

You are one of those people that have multiple businesses. You not only sell cakes, but also clothes, shoes, toys. You also are a network marketer.  You need to concentrate on one thing or at least a similar line of business. People will just get confused not knowing what exactly you do. In your profile you advertise all sort of stuffs. If you are serious about your cake business and want to make a success of it, then you should let go of the others and concentrate on cake.

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I’m going to stop at these reasons ( so I do not overwhelm you), but believe me there’s still so much more.

 

There are a lot of reasons you might not be making money, and my question is always this:

 

“What are you going to do about it?”

 

“Are you going to allow this your business that you are so passionate about go to waste? Because if you keep going from month to month without making money…it’s only a matter of time”

Let’s solve this problem together.

 

Let me help you make your money

 

I am still taking cakers for my Masterclass- Pricing your cakes right to build a profitable cake business. This course is a 30 day Masterclass program that will help you gain the confidence to price your cakes, how to market to get customers, how to price your cakes easily, how to deal with customers and also pricing system to have in place for your cake business so that you can build a profitable cake business.

I am sure you know that this is the course for you…so join the masterclass.

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me3Rotimicakelady is your personal cake fairy. She is a cake business consultant and Coach.

She runs the Cake Business Owners Club where she helps bakers through Online courses have super profitable and successful cake businesses.

She has a passion for helping women who have a passion for baking, transition from hobby cake makers to successful and profitable cake business owners.

She also help cake business owners who have struggling in their cake business with strategies to enable them get more customers, so you make more money. Rotimicakelady is passionate about Cakes, business and making money.

 

Here is why you haven’t achieved your dreams?

April is already upon us. We are already in the second quarter of the year.I’m really wondering how the last 3 months went.

We only just have 2 more Quarters in the year left. Soon we will be celebrating Christmas.

It is true that time waits for no one.

How are you getting on with achieving your goals?

I now realize that i really have to buck down and really work harder in getting to where I want to be.

Yes I have achieved some great things in the last few months, but i have not made the dramatic changes i wanted both in my life and in my business.

I am telling you this, because i want to reveal to you that i too struggle. I too procrastinate. I tell myself that there is still time and then wonder where the time went.

But one thing that has helped me is i always write my goals down. And not just write it down, but make a plan of how i will achieve it.

In this post I want to show you some questions you should ask yourself when you want to review your goals.

These questions will help you in assessing you progress, review your setbacks and make you strategise how to make things better.

  1. In Q1, what went well in your business?
  2. In Q1, what do you think did not go well in your business?
  3. What could you have done better to have achieved your goals?
  4. Are you on course to reaching your money goals for the year?
  5. What were your personal goals and are you any closer to achieving them?

So I am going to answer these questions for you, so that you too can do the same.

In Q1, what do you think went well in your business?

  • gained more subscribers in the Cake Business Owners Club
  • having a cake business tip show on Facebook Live every weekday
  • developed a new look for my website
  • did a few business training courses
  • seeing the Cake Business Club Whatsapp group grow
  • published an article in the Naija Top Baker Magazine
  • got more paid subscribers to my Courses
  • started a coaching program for clients

In Q1, what did not go well in your business?

  • did not make my monthly income goal
  • delayed in creating new courses
  • yet to establish a live workshop

What could you have done better to have achieved your goals?

  • to do more Masterclasses and Webinars
  • should quickly implement what i have learnt from the business training courses i have attended
  • to read more business books
  • less time watching TV programs ( I am addicted to ‘the real housewives of Atlanta’, ‘Empire’  ‘Love & hip hop’ and ‘Scandal’)

Are you on course to reaching your money goals for the year?

  • Yes I am. Have to be more aggressive and seek more avenues in promoting my products.

What were your personal goals and are you any closer to achieving them?

  • I am still on my weight loss journey. I have not lost much weight but i have not really been serious, but i am determined now and i intend to lose 20lbs.

So that’s me in a nutshell. I am exposing myself here and it is all for your benefit.

Just know you are not alone.

If you have not developed the habit of writing your goals, please start now.

I am going to make giant strides in the Cake Business Owners Club. I will be hosting a live Masterclass/ Webinar every week.

Also i am going to organise a live Cake Business Workshop this Quarter. So look out for announcement in the Cake Business Group page and our weekly newsletter. 

The reason i am telling you this, is that now that I have revealed this. I will have no excuse, but to get on with it. 

This Quarter I am determined. 

NO MORE EXCUSES

I am also launching my Pricing Course this month.  It is finally ready and i have spent a lot time on the material. Just know that with this Course all your Pricing woes are over.So if you have not registered for it, here is the link to register .

So what are you going to change this second quarter? Will love to hear about your plans. Just Comment below.

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me3Rotimicakelady is your personal cake fairy. She is a cake business consultant and Coach. 

She runs the Cake Business Owners Club where she helps bakers through Online courses have super profitable and successful cake businesses.

She has a passion for helping women who have a passion for baking, transition from hobby cake makers to successful and profitable cake business owners. 

She also help cake business owners who have struggling in their cake business with strategies to enable them get more customers, so you make more money. Rotimicakelady is passionate about Cakes, business and making money.

Just Start

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On a daily basis I get a lot of email and messages from bakers, cake business owners or just hobby bakers asking me questions or just telling me about their experiences. I love receiving  emails from all of you. I appreciate your encouragement, feedback and i always try to help in any way i can for those who have questions.

I also get a lot of emails from women especially those who are contemplating starting a cake business, but month after month they are still at home doing nothing, depending on others for money .

And I ask why are you not earning money doing something. You say you like baking and want to start a cake business, so why haven’t you done anything about it?

And i keep hearing the same thing, 

‘I don’t have money to start a cake business’;

I don’t have capital to buy equipment’;

‘when I get money I will start’;

‘ I don’t have money to register the business’;

‘There is no one to train me’;

‘I cannot afford to go for training’;

and so on.

My dear, all those things are just excuses,I do not mean to be harsh, but if you are saying those things now. You will see that this time next year you will still be in the same spot and have achieved nothing and still be saying I don’t have money to start.

Money is not an excuse.  You are the one making the excuses.

If you want something, you’ve got to be committed.

You don’t have money to start a cake business. To start a cake business you do not need thousands of Naira.

Just start.

With N5,000-N8,000 you can buy ingredients, bake some cupcakes, make your own cakes boxes ( You can go online to see how this is done) and sell batches of 4 or 6 cupcakes for like N2,000 or N3,000. Just sell them to family and friends. You will see in no time you would have recouped your investment and will have some money to either buy some equipment, pay someone to teach you or even to register your cake business.

It is hardly the case that someone will just give you N100,000 Gbam to start a business. 

You have to start from somewhere.

You say you have no one to train you. Have you gone out and asked. I am sure an aunty of a friend of a friend can offer to train you for free. Have you gone online to seek for free training classes. A few weeks back the Lekki International Cake Fair held its annual event and some of the baking classes were free. Have you gone on YouTube and watched all the numerous baking training videos. Do you read baking blogs?

When i knew i wanted to start a cake business, i knew i needed training.  I really wanted to learn the  Wilton training. I think it was N20,000 at that time for the level 1 training. But i had no funds.

So i just went on Youtube and watched videos and practiced. With the little knowledge i had i started selling cupcakes to just people I knew at first. My cakes were far from perfect, but it still sold. Soon i was able to raise the N20,000 for the training. 

And when i wanted to go for another training, I will just sell and sell.

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This were the cupcakes i sold

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So don’t think you have to be one expert cake maker to start selling your cakes.

Just start.

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I am a great believer in setting goals. Without Goals how will you know where you are going. if you want to achieve something. put it down in writing . And set a plan for how you will achieve it. And each day do something, no matter how little to achieve that goal.

Don’t let 2017 roll by and you are still waiting for one windfall to come  before you start your cake business or any business you want to do. 

You can become financial independent. 

Just start doing something with what you have.

Just Start.


If you need help in starting your own cake business. Register for this free Course. This is a Course that will help and teach you how to have your cake business started and running in 30 days.


I am also still taking registration for How to price your Cakes for profit E-Course. Just Register for this training here.

 


 

 

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Rotimicakelady is your personal cake fairy. She is a cake business consultant and Coach. 

She runs the Cake Business Owners Club where she helps bakers through Online courses have super profitable and successful cake businesses.

She has a passion for helping women who have a passion for baking, transition from hobby cake makers to successful and profitable cake business owners. 

She also help cake business owners who have struggling in their cake business with strategies to enable them get more customers, so you make more money. Rotimicakelady is passionate about Cakes, business and making money.

Why I Think You Should Start A Cake Business

Starting your cake business can be a cake dream to some people.

I was so scared when I took the plunge to resign from my job and start my cake business. I had no business experience and I learnt a lot on the job. I made a LOT of mistakes. But you know what. I was happy. I was working from home, earning money, and most importantly I was spending time with my children.

So if need extra convincing to take that leap to starting your cake business, here are a few reason you should: 

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You have a passion for cake

Do you spend a lot of time thinking about cake? Do you love all those baking shows on Food Network? Sometimes you can’t wait to close from work or  at the weekend to try out a new recipe. Do you bring cakes and cupcakes to your friends and colleagues at work? You may have even spent some time looking into what it would take to start a cake business but not sure where to start.

Then my dear, you are on the right track to having a cake business.

You have the passion, then go for it.  Life is too short to be spent regretting. 

Stop making excuses, why are you working for another man’s or woman’s business,when you can be building your own?

If you have a job that you hate, where you spend half of the day in traffic, being with people you don’t like day after day, then you need to do something about that.

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Do it Afraid

Left to you, you can come up with 50 different ways why you don’t want to do this. It is because you are afraid. The uncertainty of the ‘What if.

What if i fail. What if no one buys my cakes, What if i am not good enough.

Instead replace that negative thinking with What if i am a success, What if i have so many orders that i have to turn some down, What if i make so much money that i can now buy that industrial oven

Do you know what is the No. 1 regret of the elderly?- Not doing something because they were afraid.

I spent years working as a lawyer in a job I had no passion for. I dreaded going to work each morning and being away from my children.

Yes we don’t know what the future holds. They are no really   safety nets. But you need to to take a step. Once you start, you will realise that it was silly hesitating.

So even though you are afraid. Do it Afraid.

You will be a Goal Crusher

People always say that when you want to achieve something you should write them down. So if you want to learn something or acquire a business skill, or want to start or grow your business,set it as a goal and crush it.

 Once you realize you can accomplish this huge task of starting your own cake business  you will see all the other goals will be a breeze.

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You Will Become Ms. Cake Boss Lady

You will finally be your own boss, have your own hours, be able to dictate your hourly rate, plan your holidays and spend more time with family and friends.

Yes it is going to be handwork. Infact a lot of hard work but you will see that you will enjoy it so much that it will not be like work. 

Once you know how to price right, market and promote your cakes, network, then you business will continue to grow to greater and greater heights.

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You will become more smart

When I first started my cake business I had no idea how to run a business. I was like a headless chicken running around. I had no order book, i didn’t know how to track my orders, I didn’t know how to price my cakes and i will go to the supermarket nearly everyday to buy suppliers.I used to deliver cakes and wait ages for payment.

I was so fed up so I was forced to change. I needed to come up with a system. So I started makings lists, made order forms, had a diary , made note of costs of ingredients, noted the time it took to make and decorate a cake, and learnt how to charge appropriately and made sure that the customer paid me at least a deposit before i started making the cake.

So i got smarter, by putting systems in place i was able to run my business more efficiently and organised.

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You will become an avid learner

When you start your cake business you will start to see that you don’t know a lot. So its good to make a list of skills you don’t know and make an effort to learn them.

And once you get the hang of learning, you will want to learn more and more. Both from paid and free resources like… YouTube, Google and Facebook.

You can find the answer to almost any question on the Internet, so Instead of sitting around feeling defeated and frustrated because you don’t know how to do something, just go to the internet to find out the answers or find someone who can teach you.

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P.S. So those are my reasons?  What are your own  reasons to start a cake business? Let me know  in the comments.

P.P.S. if you are ready to achieve your cake Business dream. Sign up to this Free E-Course email series Start your Cake Business In Nigeria today’. It provides all the information you need to get your cake business started. Just click here to register.


me3Rotimicakelady is your personal cake fairy. She is a cake business consultant and Coach.

She runs the Cake Business Owners Club where she helps bakers through Online courses have super profitable and successful cake businesses.

She has a passion for helping women who have a passion for baking, transition from hobby cake makers to successful and profitable cake business owners.

She also help cake business owners who have struggling in their cake business with strategies to enable them get more customers, so you make more money. Rotimicakelady is passionate about Cakes, business and making money.

Finding your Niche for your Cake Business

What is a niche? A Niche denotes or relates to products, services, or interests that appeal to a small, specialized section of the population.

So why is finding a niche so important for your cake business?

Everyone loves cakes and that helps make it a growing market, which is good, but when you are just starting out in this business, this can be a problem.

So in order to make your cake business known in a rather crowded market, you need to find your niche.

Discovering your niche will help you set yourself apart from the competition.  This enables you have a clear area to focus on, to set a target customer base, plus it will help your customers know what you sell, which will help maximise your profits.

You might think that your customers are everyone. But if you think everyone is your customer, you are wrong. Because if you are selling to everyone, you are actually not selling to anyone.

But what niche should you choose, well that is up to you and what is your passion.

To help you I have listed different Cake Niches and then sub divided it further to more specialist areas:

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  • Fondant/Sugarpaste Modelling
    • Wedding cake toppers
    • Toppers for birthday cakes
    • Character toppers
    • Fondant Flowers
    • Fondant Figurines

 

Green Yellow White and Purple Floral 2 Layered Cake

 

  • Wedding Cakes
    • Buttercream tiered wedding cakes
    • Naked wedding cakes
    • Square wedding cakes
    • Weddings with sugar roses or real flowers
    • Trendy wedding cakes

 

Happy Birthday Cake

 

  • Birthday Cakes
    • Baby birthday cakes
    • Baby Shower cakes
    • Cartoon birthday cakes
    • Glamorous birthday cakes
    • Novelty birthday cakes
    • Birthday cakes for men/women/boys/girls

 

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  • Cupcakes
    • Full sized cupcakes
    • Mini cupcakes
    • Printed cupcakes
    • Corporate cupcakes

And the list goes on and on.

Once you have discovered your niche you will find life becomes a little easier. Instead of catering for everyone you can target one particular segment. This will instantly help you market your business more effectively speak your customer’s language, you know the particular product you are selling, and you know a defined target customer.

Let me give you instances of two bakers’, and try and spot the difference. And see which one appeals to you more?

Clara’s Cakes For All – This baker creates cakes for everyone, for all types of occasions, birthdays, christenings, baby showers, weddings, retirements, charity events and much more. She does it, Clars wants to attract every type of person, but there is only one of her. She works all hours, takes last minute orders, hardly makes a profit, has no business style and is so stressed.

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Sweetie’s Cakes for Big Birthdays – This baker creates novelty cakes exclusively for big birthday celebrations.  Sweetie is focused; she understands the type of cakes she likes to make, so she can charge a premium sum.

 If you want a wedding cake, she will turn you down and recommend you to another cake maker.

Sweetie books cakes into her diary months and even years in advance. She turns a healthy profit and her future’s looking bright.

In short finding your niche will help your business have focus, you will be able to charge a premium and ultimately it will help you climb the ladder of success.  So get out there and find your niche!

So what’s your niche? Have you found it yet? Comment below. Will love to hear from you.

Happy Caking.

RotimiCakeLady (your personal cake fairy)

No customers this New Year? Don’t worry – we’re going to get you some more!

 

When you are just starting your cake business, you may struggle to find customers to buy your cakes.

Taking on orders from family and friends is a great start to get the word out that you are in the cake business , but after that, then what? How do you find more, especially when there seem to be many bakers in this Nigeria.

 
The Solution.

You have to start to advertise your cakes, but don’t fret, these options don’t require you to spend any money at all (unless of course you want to!).

The first step is to head to the one social media platform you probably know so well –

Facebook! 

If you haven’t already, make a Facebook business page where you post great pictures of your Cakes.

 Encourage people who’ve had your cakes to leave good testimonials and reviews and share photographs for social proof other potential customers will trust, and of course share plenty of your cakes yourself.

Try and tell your friends to share your posts. This way you will be reaching a lot more people because Facebook favour posts that get a lot of engagement (likes, comments and shares. So you will be on top of peoples news feeds.
Then follow this link for steps on how to sell your cakes using Facebook and you are good to go. So get ready for more customers.
It really can be as simple as that, the right marketing strategy will go a long way for your cake business.

So don’t delay. Follow these steps now. 

I love to hear your success stories, so let me know your results.

Let’s start the New Year with more customers, more money in our pocket and make your cake businesses a success.

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In the meantime I have created a video on how I was able to get new customers for my cake business and I want to show you how you can do the same.

In this free Video you will learn:

  • Strategies you can put in place to get new Customers for your cake business;
  • Ways for your customers to recommend your cakes
  • How to get repeat orders;
  • The No.1 mistake you are making in your cake business

This Video shall only be available for a limited time. So don’t delay in watching it.

                                               You can live your cake business dream

Here are the links to the Video. Just Click on the link below.

You will need a password to watch the Videos:
Password: bbs1

My dream for us all is that our cake businesses shall all be successful so we can impact lives and make a great difference in this Country.

Comment below. I would love to hear if you have had success in using using Facebook to grow your Cake business or if you want to ask me any questions. I am here to help.

Happy Caking.

RotimiCakeLady (your personal cake fairy)

 

 

 

How to achieve your Baking Goals in 2017

2017 is just a few days away.

So what are your plans for the New Year, especially your cake business goals.

You may be thinking what does baking have to do with goals?
Well let me tell you,  a lot.

Baking can help you with your goals and I will show you how.

I’m going to break down the process of baking a cake, and how you can apply that to your goals.

So lets get baking with goals.

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Step 1 – Decisions

How can you bake a cake if you don’t know what cake you want to bake.

There are so many different cakes you can make. Such as:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Redvelvet
  • Cheesecake
  • Fat Free

And so on.

It’s important you are clear about what type of cake you want to bake.

Why? Because the cake you bake will determine the ingredients that you need.

Goal:

Make your goal(s) clear and precise.  This will help you get to your desired results.

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Step 2 – Get all your Ingredients

You need to make sure you have all the necessary ingredients.

You cannot skip this step.  You’d be surprised at how many times I have gone to make a cake assuming I had the ingredients only to discover I’ve run out of baking powder.

When you know what is in your cupboard or store, you then know what you need to buy at the supermarket.

Once you have all your ingredients, then you can start baking.

Goal:

Get all the information you need to make your goal achievable and attainable.

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Step 3 – Follow the recipe

How do recipes come about? Recipes are the result of trial and error.  Someone has gone to the effort to refine and experiment the recipe so you end up with a great cake,

So it’s vital that you read the recipe before you start baking.

Once you understand the recipe, start your creation. But trust in the recipe.

Goal:

Follow the steps of your plan to get to your desired goal.

 

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Step 4 – Bake

You’ve mixed together your ingredients and your batter is ready.

So now pour it into the Cake tins.

Goal:

All your planning and preparation is now in action, and you are achieving your goal. Yay!

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Step 5 – Rest

The timer has gone off, and now your cake is ready to come out of the oven.

But it’s still too hot to eat, so you need to allow it rest and cool down.

Goal:

Take a moment to reflect on your journey.

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Step 6 – Icing on the cake

Once the cake has cooled down, it’s time to ice it, if you want.

Goal:

You may be completely satisfied with your goal and don’t need the ‘extra’s. But if you do want the icing on the cake then of course you’ll have to work for that too.

The icing doesn’t make the cake any less than what it is.  It’s still a cake, just dressed up.

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Step 7 – Enjoy your Cake

Your cake is now baked, it has icing or not.

So sit down and enjoy every last bite of your creation.

Goal:

You made it, reflect on your journey and be proud you completed and achieved your goal.

Are you ready to finally start making serious money in your cake business, so that you can get more orders!

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