I'm a health enthusiast. I currently own a home-based business in the health & wellness industry that offers a line of all natural health products. Products which offer unlimited benefits, if used properly.
I also own and operate a small fish market. I catch and sell my own fish. No middle men. I do this as a way to keep costs down so my fish are an affordable alternative to the imports. I don't believe it fair that people below a certain income level can't eat local or wild caught fish (not to mention other foods, but I don't yet offer other foods yet). I aim to counter the trend by making fish affordable for the average consumer.
My home-business company allows the sale of the products in non-chain stores, so while my market is still small, I offer my health products to my market customers through the market. I'm hoping to eventually offer a wider selection of wild caught fish as well as the addition of organic produce in the future.
The fish market was started originally as an income-producing hobby that wound up growing into a full-time business and my primary income source. As a hobby first because I had failed a lot in the business world over the years, and I was also working full-time in the ministry (now part-time). I wasn't completely ready to slow down with the ministry or test my lessons learned in business when I first started my fish market.
The health & wellness business was started as a secondary income source during my fish markets slow season. I chose the business I did because it goes along with my beliefs, and I'm able to help people.
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