Posts Tagged ‘Training’

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:…

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…

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…

293 : Kevin King – Repurpose your existing assets to maximize your opportunities in ways you might not have thought

Are you looking for more products without building out your existing assets? What if you completely focused on what you have and what it could be? Could it be more? Step back and take a fresh look with Kevin King. He has found ways to squeeze lemonade from lemons for sure. Great next level discussion where…

278 : Peter Kozysa – Craigslist Hunter – Scale your systems to grow your eCommerce business

Peter aka “Craigslist Hunter” has figured a lot out. He has found a way to have it all: strong family commitments, strong friendships, strong employee relationships and great customer experiences. How, you might wonder? He has processes, he is consistent, he is intentional. That’s really it. Hard work consistently applied over time equals success!  …