Posts Tagged ‘Debt’

316 : John Lawson – Have you thought about your approach to Social ecommerce? Are you always planning on being the middleman selling on Amazon?

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Yes John and I spend time talking about our health. Can’t help it, we are the same age and both struggle with our weight. But you know we both are working towards something. You see we are working on something. A better me! (insert you here) So add to it the ability to sell outside…

310 : Charlene Anderson – Build a strong relationship with your wholesale vendors

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Charlene has been selling wholesale a long time.  A real long time! So here is a clue- listen close to someone selling for a long time. (psst.. she has figured out a few things!) Great conversation where we talk vendor relationships, trade show planning and general business common sense. Mentioned: Charlene’s previous episodes: #76, #197…

302 : Charles Leslie – Start with consistency and add in intensity for a successful ecommerce business and a successful life

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Charles definitely has a positive vibe about him. To hear him say it: He has been weak, broke, overweight and a quitter. Not anymore. See as Dave Ramsey says: “You have to get sick and tired of being sick and tired” to really change. Well Charles has that down pat. Great story of getting things…

301 : Andy Slamans – Ecommerce is still in its infancy & what savings can you expect from having your own warehouse

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By now I am sure everyone who listens to this show knows that Andy and I share a warehouse. But it is so much more, it deepens the relationship. You see he can fill in where I fall short and vice-versa. If you are interested in having someone fill in your warehouse, choose wisely, but…

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

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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…