Posts by Stephen Peterson

300 : Chris Green – What is your sustainable competitive advantage? Also is Merch by Amazon dead, too full, or is it just getting started?

So for sure you know where Chris stands when it comes to the question: Is Merch by Amazon over saturated? Of course he would say not even close! It really is just getting started. Those of us Merch sellers feel the growth pains in our Merch accounts. We feel the throttling, the copycats and as…

299 : Devon Mahdi – Don’t buy into the hype, buy into the Data when it comes to selling on Amazon

Devon has one of the most positive outlooks on life of anyone I have met. He knows how to overcome problems, challenges and big obstacles in life. Wise perspective from a young guy with experience can help us all be better people. Can we capture his enthusiasm though? Mentioned: Devon’s Facebook contact Devon’s website: devonmahdi.com…

298 : Eric Payne – Sometimes you need to zoom in and sometimes you need to zoom out to sell millions on Amazon

I think the title to this episode shows Eric’s superpower. His ability to drill down and sometimes push back to see the big picture, almost at the same time has allowed him incredible success. Add to that patience, experience, strong financial controls and the ability to put off satisfaction and you have a winning formula…

297 : Dan Wentworth – Building out a team allows for better more focused Retail Arbitrage- yes even higher levels of RA!

Dan has built himself a great team and a great life for sure. But be clear, Dan says the team is the reason not the result. The levels of depth with his team members allows him to dabble in other things like PL. But what separates Dan is that he puts his money where his…

296 : Kerry Lipp – Part two of Lipp Brothers interview on what it takes to create a lifestyle business in a lifestyle business

This was a great opportunity to see the business through a younger brothers eyes. You know what, life looks pretty good from his view. I think that Mitchell has created an environment where each individual can still be themselves yet contribute immensely to the greater good. It’s almost like they both have created a lifestyle…