January 15th 2014 Journal

It is Wednesday. No week in wine this week. I am week in retail. That is boring but finally getting warmer. Warm is good. I am getting busier which is good and now believe my business adviser more than before how around the clock business or job activities allow other things to happen. I spent a month training on and off and? Still in limbo. I did however get back in the field because the underlying work activity allowed me to be in the field to do other things. I will be with my review text which is like taking a rapid review course so I come to speed in all little details rather than thinking to remember some. Further reading will go very fast AND I can begin tasting which is a big part. Since no industry exists there is no practical way to be in the field and following business activities of businesses in lieu of an industry only works so much. Tastings is a good step in the right direction. Word has it many do not like my tasting approach in the biz. Wine business is a group of merchants buying and selling. Quantity and variety are keys. They need that promoted not sticking to individual wines and finally moving to another to stick there. French say that is the right way because most people drink a or few wines they like hence don’t have to be wine explorers to be wine enthusiasts. That is my approach because wine is center of activity not movements in the field. Big corporations don’t like that. They need a zillion wines to be constantly on and out so transactions are abundant. It works like stock market. The sum of many buy and sell orders will in total bring wealth or not. And big always win by using this system. They don’t like investors who study one stock, buy it and sell it someday and move to another. That is not a healthy market for big guys though safe and content for “average” players and investors. Who cares. I like my approach. Either way I will do random tastings of many. How? Having a background relevant activity like a job or business in the field makes this happen. And no wonder jobs that take forever to train at lose their appeal soon. One cannot build anything on top of foundation that does not form. 😏😏😏😏😏😝😝😝😝😝

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