But, there are most definitely such things as a stupid questions. Lots of them, actually.
|How do I make $100 a day?|
|I want to sell "X" - will it work?|
|How do I get to page one of Google?|
Before you ask a question about how to succeed at something, spend some time thinking about the steps before the success. Break it down.
Instead of "How can I make $100 a day", how about "I want to sell XYZ. I have found my supplier and figured out how to drop ship, but I am not sure where to find my market, and Amazon sells it cheaper than I can buy it"
That is a problem that can be answered. Maybe not to your liking, but in business many questions often must be asked before you get the answer you like. And with a good answer comes a course of action.
The path to successfully asking for help is to first help yourself.
Google it. Search this forum for similar questions that have been answered. Email potential partners (or better yet, pick up the phone) and start conversations with the people who may really be in a position to help you. But only if you have done your research and are prepared to help them too, somehow (like becoming a customer, reseller, jv partner, etc).
At the very least, try not to waste the time of others who have figured this stuff out already.
Lots of people are willing to help you, but nobody is going to do the hard work for you. Not out of a lack of desire to see you succeed, but because if you can't prove you are willing to work hard, you are signalling to the world that you are most likely going to fail and anyone who helps you along the way is supporting a lost cause.
Prove you are not a time waster by putting several hours of actual hard work and research into any question before you ask it. If you do that, one of two things will happen:
1) You will find your answer (amazing how that works)
2) You will educate yourself on the problem you should be focused on, and ask a much better question.
Learn to do this, and you will find the problems you need to solve will become much less daunting and more solvable.