Posts Tagged ‘Family’

391 : Amy Nicholas – Less how to and more taking permission to move forward

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Amy says it like it is. You know all you need to move forward now do it. Many people get stuck with the “how to’s”. Always getting ready to launch. “Take permission” Amy says. Heck she gives you permission to be successful. Some really solid advice on mastering then moving forward.   Mentioned: Merch Money…

Kristin Ostrander – Conquer the next small step to move your Amazon business forward leaps and bounds

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Kristin is such a smart seller who has figured it out. Giant leaps seldom work. Small steps over time can get much farther faster. The turtle wins the race based on consistency, focus and hard work. I deeply encourage you to pre-order Kristin’s book: Dream Big, Step Small on Amazon. It truly is a blueprint…

388 : Sam Cohen – Delegate, Automate, Eliminate and outsource to grow your Amazon business

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Fascinating to see how Sam’s business model and more importantly his clients business models are also changing in today’s ecommerce world. Think of all the retail stores in your market that have closed. Where are their buyers going? Are the retailers that remain busier? Are they carrying tons more stock and tons more sku’s? I…

386 : Hoyt Bangs – Is Retail or Online the right place to sell bricks? Might surprise you

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Have you really thought about why customers buy from you? Is it price only? All the time? Why do people pay more money than they need to? Are you easy to do business with? Hoyt believes you need to tell the story with your offer. Every time. He also realized that he had to add…

385 : Tim & Catie Wortman – Taking a group approach to growing their Amazon business

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The group approach? Well most of the time it is Tim and Catie. But they have found working with other compounds their (all of them) efforts. They are strategic so not to interfere with the other’s businesses. But as a kind of collective they learned far more, advanced far faster and have made real lasting…