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Hi Nick, I got your submission. I'll personally email everyone that submitted a form by Friday!@biophase should we receive a confirmation e-mail after the form was sent? In my haste and out of habit I used my home e-mail address, and sometime e-mails sent to that address fall into a black home on my ISP's mail server.
I too have already launched my first product, and have a product line in the same niche planned out. That said, I still think sitting under your learning tree would be insanely valuable. Curious what your thoughts are on non-beginners signing up (though I'm far from a veteran at only seven weeks live).
Yes, it's perfect for someone with no experience.Well done on filling the spots quickly.
I was wondering, would this work with someone who has zero idea about ecommerce?
I want to get my mum some guidance in this sort of stuff but don't want her to be exposed to the BS that comes along with a lot of the snake oil guys offering coaching without the actual applied knowledge and experience that you have.
You have some independent studying to do before you would be ready for a mentor like this. This is the equivelant of an MBA program, but I suggest you spend some time on your own doing some research to get yourself in position to take advantage of something like this if it ever comes around again. No sense in wasting time on this specific offer though as today he's not taking any additional entries. Gives you plenty of time to research questions like this.I hope so, but how can you be location independent
when dealing with physical products?
Thanks for the advice.You have some independent studying to do before you would be ready for a mentor like this. This is the equivelant of an MBA program, but I suggest you spend some time on your own doing some research to get yourself in position to take advantage of something like this if it ever comes around again. No sense in wasting time on this specific offer though as today he's not taking any additional entries. Gives you plenty of time to research questions like this.
It would be tougher, but not much harder. Many people in AUS sell on Amazon USA. Also, 2 of the clients from the first round are from Europe. Timezone won't be an issue.I'll be keen on the next round. Would it be ok to live in Australia? Never sold on Amazon as we don't have it here therefore I don't understand it as a customer. I guess the timezones could be another issue.
Yes, this would work. It can be done. You can have samples shipped to wherever you are and have production shipped to the warehouse. You can have everything shipped to an Amazon warehouse directly. But I don't recommend that.I would be interested with your coaching when
the spots open again.
But would this work with someone who only considers
location independent businesses and who travels a lot?
You can have a warehouse and employees at a location and manage them from abroad.Thanks for the advice.
I did a 20 min Google search, but couldn't
find anything about selling physical products
and being location independent at the same time.
But I will continue with my research until
I get a solid result.
Ugh...this is such a common misconception! You won't find many articles online about this, but maybe I should write one?You can have a warehouse and employees at a location and manage them from abroad.
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