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whiz

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Hi all.

I'll keep it short and simple:

I am a 26 year old soul from New Jersey.

I've always been the "smart but lazy" type.

My most entrepreneurial venture would be my music studio. I rented out a space in a warehouse, furnished it in a unique way, built a vocal recording booth, and started to work with local talent. I posted ads on Craigslist to get my initial clients, and from there I expanded through networking, social media marketing, and referrals. It has been my full time gig for over three years now, but I simply don't make enough money. Some of the client base is really annoying, and it violates the commandment of time heavily.

I have stopped recording people and I'm currently making some $$$ through doing music production work. I read Biophase's Amazon FBA AMA and I loved it. I'm going to generate some working capital and dive in.

I will provide value to the forum where I feel I can.

Thanks for the great book MJ.

Thanks to all the great contributors of this forum as well. I hope to become one.

-whiz
 
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My most entrepreneurial venture would be my music studio. I rented out a space in a warehouse, furnished it in a unique way, built a vocal recording booth, and started to work with local talent. I posted ads on Craigslist to get my initial clients, and from there I expanded through networking, social media marketing, and referrals. It has been my full time gig for over three years now, but I simply don't make enough money. Some of the client base is really annoying, and it violates the commandment of time heavily.

Even though you don't make money here, it shows initiative and innovation. That's the spirit that wins. Congrats to you and welcome aboard.
 

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