343 : Andrew Mavraganis – Being a part of a strong team can satisfy your entrepreneurial calling. Think sport analogies!

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What a great story. A successful up and coming Lawyer walks away from a sure path to partner, a sure path to super financial rewards, a likely path to missing your kids growing up, a likely path to complications in your marriage and every other relationship in your life. Hmm… Which path is right, again?…

342 : Jerry Balep – Mindset matters most when it comes to scaling a successful Amazon and Ebay business

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Sounds like great advice from a well seasoned seller. Well you see… Jerry is really young. But it is awesome that he has the right perspective already. He knows that gratefulness trumps all. Great focused seller with a plan and no doubt he will be successful! Mentioned: Jerry’s FB Contact Sponsors SPECIAL OFFER FOR MY…

341 : CJ Johnson – Becoming a Digital Nomad is kind of in his blood – Helps to have Amazon Merch too!

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You have to love the dreamers! They put an image into the universe, sets their heights to the heavens and find a way to exceed them. Yes they see full glasses everywhere. They see a way when no one else can. You see there are non-negotiables when you have the “Dream”. Have you ever heard…

340 : Rich & Nila Siok – Meet some old and find some new friends at ECom Chicago

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The Sioks love a party. They love to get together, to share stories, to catch up and to advance their business. Yes, you see they understand the value they get from others. Takes putting yourself out there, with no expectations, and magically you gain. This should be a book called “The Secret”. Thing is it…

339 : RNZY – Ryan and Lindsay use their Mental Real Estate with Poshmark , Goat, Mercari, Offerup, Letgo, Vinted and maybe a little Ebay to build out a multichannel ecommerce business

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Funny I missed a few platforms in the title. Is there such a thing as too much? Rnzy (Ryan and Lindsay) say no. Think about it: If each platform has a unique audience, the possibility of finding “that” customer in the massive see of the Internet gets that much better. You see if you market…