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413 : Jeff Cohen – Decide whether to pivot or persevere based on risk tolerance to be successfully selling on Amazon

By Stephen Peterson | November 4, 2019 |
Jeff Cohen

Jeff’s point needs to be taken to heart. Challenges to your business will come whether you like it or not. The successful entrepreneurs have the ability to push past, take advantage of or pivot their actions and therefore their businesses when needed. Sometimes it can be daily. That’s why this business is not for the…

411 : Greg Purdy – The value of your audience is the key thing to remember when building a long term business

By Stephen Peterson | October 21, 2019 |
Greg Purdy

What a great opportunity to get inside what it takes to be a successful marketer long term. I add long term because there  will be a new superstar today, tomorrow and the day after who likely will be gone by the end of the week. Look longer, look past the fast buck. Dare I say…

410 : Dan Wentworth – Team work really does make the dream work when selling on Amazon

By Stephen Peterson | October 14, 2019 |
dan

Is it too late for you to have RA in your business? I talk with Dan who runs a virtually 100% RA multiple 7-figure business in multiple states. So he would say no it’s not too late. He would also tell you it is not easy. Sure buy an item and sell at a higher…

409 : Elizabeth Thompson – Accept that good enough is going you to push forward. You might end up being surprised by how much better they are than you.

By Stephen Peterson | October 7, 2019 |
Elizabeth Thompson

Real talk from a real seller. How true is this for you: “I can do it better myself!” or “No one can do it as well as I can!” Well I know I can relate and have said those things only to be humbled when someone picks it up faster and improves on what I…

408 : Bob Steele – Don’t just chase inventory if you can not get it through your process

By Stephen Peterson | September 30, 2019 |
Bob-Steele

Bob speaks from experience. Inventory buying is a thrill. Finding great deals is what we do. But if it sits in your warehouse and doesn’t get processed then it is wasted economic value. Value you might not get back. See if it forces you to borrow money or put off hiring key labor that would…

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