I've switched focus completely. For a guy that made such a ruckus about importing goods and rebranding them for sale here, I feel a bit hypocritical.
I think the tripping point for me was the concept of value. This forum, the book, and TMF philosophy has taught me more than anything that you need to offer value. Value means different things to different people. In the context of importing and rebranding, it's the branding that represents value. You can incrementally improve a product
Ok, I'm in!
So far in July I've:
Received a test shipment of a product from a Chinese supplierStarted selling the product on eBayMade my first sale (woot!)
For August the goals are:
Place larger order for initial productPlace test order for winter-based productMake "ME" page for eBayGet video of product embedded in eBay listingStart selling Amazon FBA
This ecommerce push is the first effort towards replacing my slowlane
Originally Posted by wade1mil
A little over a year ago, a series of events led me to The Millionaire Fastlane and this forum. I was researching books on Amazon and TMF was recommended in the “Customer who bought this also bought this” section. Reviews were insane (and for good reason), so I had it sent to my Kindle. I read the book in three days and then jumped on the forum. Here is what I have learned from the book and the forum in my first year:
If You Haven’t Made Millions, You Don’t Know How.