What’s up, everyone! Welcome back to another monthly update and income report!
August is usually considered one of the slowest months out of the year for businesses but for the first time in a long time, I managed to hit my highest profiting month ever! I am extremely ecstatic and humbled.
This month, I also attended an awesome mastermind with other entrepreneurs, went drifting sideways in a truck, and got to visit one of my favorite pop-up art galleries of the year.
Check it out!
Hello, everyone! Welcome back to another update for the month of July.
During this past month, I had the amazing opportunity (thanks to my family) to spend 5 days in Ocho Rios, Jamaica and stay at the all-inclusive and beautiful resort, the Moon Palace. At the tail end of our trip, we also made a stop in Florida to do some swimming at some of the most popular cities in the Sunshine state.
Surprisingly, this was also one of my busier months in a while after I made a some adjustments to my eBay business. Results? Profits went up!
Check out some cool pictures I grabbed and catch the latest update ahead!
What’s up, ya’ll? Summer is officially here and it is HOT! It’s been a few weeks since I’ve been back from Southeast Asia and readjusting to the work life was a little more difficult than expected.
This past month, I was suddenly restricted from one of my biggest suppliers and spent the majority of my time restructuring and determining what the best course of action was in order to put my eBay store in the right direction again. I also faced the challenge of dealing with a few of my orders disappearing off the face of the planet and explain how that affected my business.
Read on as I share the latest happenings for me in June and catch a peek at where I’m headed next month!
After having a busy and adventure filled month of March, it was time to continue that journey in April!
This month, I made my way up to Las Vegas for a dropshipper’s meetup hosted by eDropshipEmpire.com, attended the amazing Coachella music festival, and spent the last 2 weeks researching and preparing for my first international solo flight in less than 72 hours.
Read on to see how my April went and catch a preview of what’s to come as I make my way over to Thailand, South Korea, and more for the next 30 days!
“Only those with tenacity can march forward in March”
― Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
After the decline of sales during February, moving back towards having a good month in March was a refreshing and welcomed change of pace.
This month, I did a bunch of new stuff for the first time! I experienced my first in person meet up with a group of amazing bloggers and entrepreneurs, did my first email giveaway, went up to the beautiful Joshua Tree National Park for a photoshoot, and even started a new dropshipping consultation business on the side.
With my first solo South East Asian trip quickly approaching in May, I felt busier than ever but I knew that this was still the beginning of an exciting journey ahead.
In February, I celebrated what some consider to be a defining highlight and milestone in life – my 30th birthday!
Sometimes though, along with the ups come the downs. This month, I also had to deal with the challenge of having one of my slowest performing months in my eBay business.
With this update, I share some of the cool stuff I did this month, why I saw low profits in my business and how I plan to prevent it from happening in the future.
January is typically considered to be one the slowest month’s of the year for sales as people tighten up their wallets from all the Christmas spending they had done.
This month, I also faced the challenge of having the biggest number of customer service issues I’ve ever had to deal with since starting my eBay business just 2 years ago.
Despite having said all that I still managed to have my 2nd best month EVER while still only working about 4 hours a week.
Read on as I share this past month’s happenings!
Harry is one of those guys that always has a big smile on his face and carries a positive attitude despite having to work 40, 60, and even 80 hour weeks.
By choosing to aggressively fight for his spot in an industry he was passionate with but didn’t know much about, he eventually acquired a position as the Events and Motorsport Specialist for Nitto Tire, one of the largest and most successful tire manufacturers in the world.
Read on as Harry shares his experience in an exciting and fast paced (literally!) industry!
People are out there every day working boring, mundane, unfulfilled, dead-end jobs (I was one one of them) for years, just to make ends meet, never really getting the full experience of what life should truly be about – a fulfillment of happiness! Enter Farbod, a friend who has been instrumental in motivating me to control and take life by the reigns again.
I’ve known Farbod for over four years and the one thing that has stayed consistent throughout our friendship was that he was always doing something batshit crazy in public or mingling with people that are on TV at some exclusive Hollywood party, and always having the time of his life while doing so.
About a year or so ago, he started writing inspirational posts on Facebook to help motivate his friends and remind them to not take life for granted by exploring the world and taking more risks. I really started paying attention to his words more, sometimes engaging in heartfelt discussions, and we became closer friends over time because of it.
Now I have the opportunity to get to know him a little better by asking him a few questions about his history, his secrets to not getting caught by security, his hilarious personas, and how he was able to work for some of the biggest entertainment companies in the world.
At the beginning of every entrepreneurial venture, there is typically one amazing ringleader running the entire show – you!
But the larger you scale, the larger the number of varying responsibilities that will require your attention. Being limited to only two hands at any given time, a virtual assistant might just be what you need to help take some of the more tedious tasks off your back.