Posts Tagged ‘Warehouse’

347: Craig Morris – Simple hacks help your Amazon and Ebay Business health

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Craig is not set on  reinventing the world. He just wants to find success for him and his family. He keeps finding simple hacks to improve his business process. Many think the learning curve is steep and you need to know it all NOW. Well no, small incremental improvements over time win the race every…

345 : Craig Soderdahl – Develop techniques to solve the inevitable problems that arise from running an ecommerce business

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Craig says it well: ” Build out your fear muscles to get past the next ecommerce hurdle”. (Pro tip: There will be one!) You see recognizing your limitations rather than ignoring them and the focusing on alternative approaches, true “b” options allow you to roll when you need to rather than curl up in a…

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?…

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…

338 – Prince Patel : Selling 7 figures on Ebay takes a hustler mindset

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You might have thought the title was wrong. Yes I wrote Ebay & 7 figures in the same sentence! Prince (who is very young) has niched down to be the expert in his field. Sounds smart right. You can compete on price and likely you will lose with those customers as someone always can buy…