Productive as possible. There isn’t much time to waste. If you work a 9-5 job, and trying to get a new biz off the ground you’ll know the feeling. But on Thursday evening of week number five, my girlfriend gave me a call which gave me some hope... THE PRODUCTS FINALLY ARRIVED “You owe me a nice dinner!” That’s the first thing my girlfriend said on the phone. so I refused it instantly (I’m a good boyfriend, right?). Turned out the products arrived at our apartment.
Okay, not really at our apartment. But at least downstairs (three floors down). As nice as the young German post-officer was, he didn’t want to help my girlfriend take the delivery upstairs. She did it on her own. That’s why she thought I would like to pay for dinner. “I don’t think 100 backpacks are that hard to take upstairs.” was my answer. The next day, when I finally came home, I could see the packages in our apartment and knew I was wrong. Like totally wrong. Picture showing Tim Kock and his bagpacks in
boxes For comparison: I’m 1.90m tall; and each box weighs 21.3kg. My girlfriend is 1.72m tall and weighs 65kg. I definitely owe her a nice dinner. Anyway, I was super happy the products finally arrived! The whole packaging was great and there was not a single damaged backpack. 100 perfect products. Picture showing a big box of bag pack Even though my living room looked like a mess, I was glad I could finally move on with my business. I only have around three weeks left to achieve my goal to make $1,000