I had fun in Baoding, a province in China.
When I arrived in Baoding I was invited for a ‘casual dinner meeting’. Of course, when I heard ‘casual’ I also wear casual but the moment I reached in the private dining room it doesn’t look casual to me at all! ha ha.
Thank goodness my ‘casual’ attire can pass as office attire. What I learned in this trip is that always bring extra clothes for unexpected events.
I was invited to have a ‘casual dinner’.
Beijing famous peking roasted duck. Yum.
I reached in Baoding hebei in China and I took a nap before the evening meeting. As soon as my meeting is done I was excited to go back to my hotel room to write all the thoughts and ideas. It gives me excitement and joy that not many people may relate to.
Recently, I had a short speech about entrepreneurship in Singapore, I included the second major source of passive income is your business should work for you. It means generating ongoing income from your business where you do not need to be physically involved in that business. For example, my physical store at Tangs in level 1 in Vivocity is generating income on a daily basis but I do not have to be physically there in order to have that money. Another example is doing an online store, I don’t have to meet you personally in order for you to be convinced that my products are good. If you like it, you will buy it. If you don’t, you will simply browse at someone else’s website. It’s that simple.
During my stay in the Hebei (province) I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about how to grow my company and how I can help others. I came up with an idea of drop shipping. While it may sound common to you but not many drop shipping companies can be trusted. Thus, if you desire to be a drop shipper, it is important to find a reliable company that can deliver what it promised.
I proposed to my shareholders that we should include drop shipping so we can help stay at home mums, university students or anyone who wants to work online.
You might be wondering how does it work? It’s a process of selling our products at wholesale price on the drop shipper’s e-Store (if you have any), social media or referrals without the responsibility of keeping our stocks or shipping the goods to your customers. For example we sell the price at wholesale, S$19 and the drop shipper set her own retail price at S$25. She can earn S$6 in each unit and may generate a decent profit up to S$2,000 a month if she works hard enough on her online marketing.
Our drop shipping approach can help you work at your convenience. You can set your own working schedule, set your own retail price and target your own monthly income. This way you can earn money from us even though you are still employed by a company or if you’re unemployed. There will be no contract between you and our company. You can work on your own terms.
I always try to think of long-term. I try to balance spending on enjoyment today with investing for financial freedom tomorrow. I always believe that broke people think of short-term. They spend their lives based on immediate gratification. They apply for a job in order to have a monthly salary instead to think of a long-term for their career. I remember when one of my friends asked me, “how come you work for a law firm and now starting your own business? Why take a risk when you can get paid enough in a month?”.
Well, I think broke people will always have an excuse of “How can I even think of long-term or tomorrow’ career when I barely survive today or I can’t even pay my rent?”. The issue is that, eventually, tomorrow will become today; if you haven’t take care of your today’s issues, you will be saying the same thing again tomorrow too. So, while you are employed in your company try making passive income through our drop shipping programme. You can trust our products are good because we manufactured it from scratch, and we have a reliable logistics team that can deliver the goods in the Philippines and Singapore islandwide.
The Beijing International Airport. It took me about almost 10 years to travel back here because I travelled to the north of China where I took the train + 3 hours bus ride.
With this long and exhausting journey, one can tell that I am determine and I will always find ways to make things happen. I am so glad I made it here in China.
Due to delayed flights I was stuck at Hong Kong for more than 12 hours. The airlines provided a hotel and I was able to rest for 4 hours before the next flight.
In this photo, I was at the Hong Kong International Airport waiting for my next flight back to Singapore. I was so tired, my flight was at 12.10 nn and I am expecting myself to arrive at 4pm in the office. I have schedule a meeting with Mr. Rahul (shareholder) at 5.30 pm. It was pretty rough during the meeting because I was half asleep ha ha.