Posts Tagged ‘Traveltage’

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…

202 : Tyler Nelson – Understanding a 7 figure eCommerce business at 22 years old

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I labeled the episode this way as play up the fact Tyler did not finish a formal business degree. Rather he has achieved a real life MBA with a challenging sometimes frustrating ecommerce business. Which will serve him better in his future? I don’t downplay the importance of a college education, I have one. But…

192 : Scott Zilke – Using a growing Amazon business to bring family together with real connection

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Man I got choked up talking with Scott. To hear him talk so affectionately for his brother after hearing how far apart they had been was very real for me. Imagine finding common ground in a affinity of selling widgets on Amazon! Go figure. Great inspiration for all of us to reach out and see…

191 : Robert Banarez – Low stress approach to online selling

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I love the chill aspect I get in Robert’s conversation. He clearly has had stress, knows it and intentionally avoids it in designing his ideal business. Great discussion, and approach to getting done what you want, when you want and intentionally living the life you want. Smart seller.   Mentioned: The Green Room Robert’s Facebook…

186 : Chris Bond – Value of three day sourcing road trips – Experience based business model

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I Love having Chris back on the show. Love hearing about his trips, his camping, his couch surfing, his family time. He has become an experience based seller. He makes each trip add value to his life and his wallet. Chris believes a good three day trip can clear out your mind.   Mentioned: Chris…