Posts Tagged ‘Family’

304 : Robyn Johnson – Set your goals for where you want to be and execute to them. Caveat- be sure that is where you really want to go!

Plain speak, plain truth and plain permission is what Robyn Johnson brings to this episode. You see Robyn has perspective and wants you also to have a focused set of goals with the tools necessary to achieve them. Great information with a real opportunity to start a side-hustle to compliment your current side-hustle.   Mentioned:…

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

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

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…

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…