Posts Tagged ‘Wisdom’

‘Share your world’ is a concept made possible by Cee’s Life I think it’s a wonderful way for fellow bloggers to get to know each other.

  1. What is your favorite month of the year?
  2. What is something you learned in the last week?
  3. What color looks best on you?
  4. If you could have any superpower, what would it be?




  1. My favourite month of the year would have to be September, Not only is it the month of my birth, it is also the start of Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere which, In my opinion the best season for photography enthusiasts.
  2. In the last week I learned that my wife was pregnant, very exciting times ahead and a lot more to learn.
  3. Although reluctant to admit, Pink is my colour ‘puffs out chest’.
  4. If I could pick a superpower it would have to be invisibility, Imagine the fun you could have!

Ok, I think I’m ready to take on the daunting task of starting my own business. Only problem is what kind of business? I have absolutely no entrepreneurial wisdom at all.

I have spent hours on end trawling the net hoping to find something that I could turn my hand to. Window cleaner, gardener, removal man, mobile car wash. These are just not me.

I have read a lot about affiliate marketing, which at face value seems like a pretty straight forward process until the part where you need to create a fully functioning website to support the program.  I consider myself quite computer literate. But, programming and website development isn’t something that I have ever tinkered with.

I’m actually quite proud of my blog, Which started as a diary on my smart phone when I was dieting and exercising. I didn’t realise how simple it was to create a blog.

I have searched through a mountain of Asian wholesale websites for anything from clothes to remote control vehicles. I often ask myself, How does one acquire this stock? Do the fashion designers/manufacturers “rent” the products to the shops and the shops gain a sort of “affiliate style” commission rate per sale?

Please excuse my lack of understanding of this process, It has bothered me for a lifetime.

I have quite an extensive knowledge of customer services, partners receive “stocking” discounts and excess stock can be returned at the end of the year/season for a small handling/re-stocking charge or they place a new order (new season stock) for the same value as the returned items. Does this concept work across all industries?