Coronavirus (COVID-19) has officially led The United States of America into quarantine, caused paranoia, and pushed me to grow a tea garden.

According to the media, the following actions have taken place

  • Closed schools for two weeks
  • Postponed Events
  • Locations that hold a large number of people have closed
  • People are working from home, while many are still working their regular schedules and dealing with paranoid people.”

These are good times for small business owners and freelancers, but horrible times for those who work with the public.

Growing A Tea Graden

I have joyfully indulged in Tea for most of my life; I’m obsessed.

While I never believed I had a green thumb, although my grandmother has her home garden and would ask me to water or replant the plants. I never really tried to grow anything on my own.

After lots of research on how to run a business with Tea,  I practiced growing my herbs.

Predominantly, they were the essential cooking herbs. I succeeded and failed due to the changes in season.

While growing a tea garden is going to be a lot of trial and error, the COVID-19 paranoia has given me no other choice but grows a tea garden.

 

 

Hibis
Hibiscus Flower & Fireball Head

Why Go Through The Trouble?

You might be wondering, “why to go through the trouble of growing your tea instead of using a distributor?”

To answer your question, “I have more control over my business successes and failures.”

While it is a lot of work to grow a tea garden, I believe it is the best move I can make because either way, a Tea Business in America is bound to fail.

While other tea businesses who have succeeded, I look forward to being you, but as for now these are my reasonings as to why I believe I have to go my route;

  1. COVID-19 has stopped all imports from China,  which is where green tea is predominantly from
  2. The US debt to China is $1.07 trillion since December 2019, according to the personal financial literacy website The Balance.

The preceding reasons push me to depend on myself to reduce the stress of others one day, deciding to stop providing the necessities for my business to thrive.

Holy Basil & Sweet Mint

In the event, China comes back from export shut down and a quarantine happens again. I will not worry since I am providing my own herbs and teas.

In Business

In this case, as a businesswoman, I want my business to thrive, and the only way to do that, according to Napolean Hill, I have to apply the following 13 principles in his book, ” Think and Grow Rich;”

  1. Desire
  2. Faith
  3. Autosuggestion
  4. Applying Specialized Knowledge
  5. Imagination
  6. Organized Planning
  7. Decision
  8. Persistence
  9. Power of the Master Mind
  10. Transforming Sex
  11. Reprogramming the Subconscious Mind
  12. Thinking Out of The Brain
  13. Tapping Into The Sixth Sense

Therefore, the tools and issues of today’s society pushed me to put matters that pertained to my purpose in business and life into my own hands.

All in all, to avoid stress due to other business issued, which have nothing to do with mine. I believe it is best to go through all the trouble of growing a tea garden.

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