Did you know that two-thirds of those shopping for a product start on Amazon? What’s more: the other third starts on Google. Guess where the search results from Google go to? You guessed it: Amazon. This is according to Jason Boyce, who says that if you have an idea for a product, Amazon is the place to sell it. Jason knows how to sell on Amazon — he is a Top 200 Amazon seller. Under Jason’s guidance, his online company scaled from zero to $20 million in annual revenue. Jason also teaches how to Start Your Own Amazon Store and Advanced Amazon Seller Strategies here at WealthFit.
Dustin sits with Nevada Corporate Headquarters, Adam Kintigh, to discuss how you can incorporate your business, the difference between an LLC and Sole Proprietorship, and the proper salary you should be paying yourself.
Learn how to build your business credit score so you can get access to business loans and credit cards with low interest rates.
In her new book “Women with Money,” Jean Chatzky gives us the top 5 traits of successful entrepreneurs. [Excerpt]
Learn how to turn your extra living space into a business and make money with Airbnb.
Lessons from a $250M marketer. Geoff Chadwick gives marketing insights learned from running big campaigns, building software, and more.
Is there a change you want to see in the world? It might be in demand. Kidtrepreneur Alina Morse discusses the entrepreneurial mindset.
What's your biggest mistake? Robert Kiyosaki talks Rich Dad Poor Dad and shares insight on battling self-doubt and turning failure into success.
Everybody has ideas. But real value lies in the execution of those ideas. Do YOU know how to execute your ideas and achieve success?
You want people to buy what you’re selling. Learn how to market your product and brand yourself from CEO of Hazz Design Tracy Hazzard.
Getting your business off the ground? Want to start it on your own terms? It’s time to harness the power of negotiation.
Leaving can be the hardest thing to do. It can also be the right thing to do. A story of death, betrayal, and—ultimately—perseverance.
A personal brand for an entrepreneur can be tied to any business goal. Developing a brand early is essential to long-term success.
It’s hard to start a small business—but it’s a lot easier if you learn to avoid the common pitfalls that tank so many new companies.
Choosing the right cofounder can make or break your business. Find a cofounder that compliments your skill set and delivers skills that you lack.
Don’t build the product of your dreams—build the product that solves your customer’s problem. Build an MVP to save time and resources.
Use customer interviews to validate demand for your product or business. Save time and gain insights by interviewing potential customers.
Your employees are your most valuable asset. Protect your investment in them with an effective and efficient onboarding process.
Entrepreneurs starting a business need grit. Grit is the #1 common characteristic between elite performers in every industry.
Consider and stimulate (the right) hormones for your team. Embrace leadership tactics that foster healthy hormonal teams.
Starting a business is easier than you think. Start with a clear vision and follow the proven WealthFit Startup Strategy.