As an update, I’ve spent the last month talking to a whole lot of people that want help on Amazon. If you know me, you know how much I enjoy helping others and training. But I have not really done any Internet marketing training for the last two years. The reason is that I’ve been focusing on Amazon. But now that I’ve learned as much as I have, I’m happy to be back involved in training.
So if you’re trying to sell on Amazon and need some help and mentoring, please visit www.TheAzonZoo.com to see what I have to offer. There should be a link at the top for “Getting Started” which will show the options we’re offering.
Getting involved at that level actually opens up the ability to work with me as well as my business partner, Ryan Courteau, who is excellent at Amazon financials, taxes, customer service, logistics, and more!
Welcome to 2016. It’s time to set some good business goals for the year. Here’s mine.
1. Double Down on Amazon
I’ve spent the last year and a half focusing on Amazon. At one point during the year, I wondered if that was a mistake. But more recently, I’ve realized that it’s the smartest thing I could have done as an Internet marketer and entrepreneur. Amazon is where the money is. If anything, I need to push it harder. At the same time, I need to have a healthy amount of diversification so that I’m not too reliant on one source for income.
2. Teach, Learn, and Automate
This was another grand revelation to me in 2015. The more self-examination I did, the more I realized that these are my true strengths. It’s what I do best. I now believe that the best entrepreneurs are not just the ones that manage finances and people well. It is the ones that know how to identify what they are best at and intelligently outsource the rest. For me, these three things are my sweet spot.
Put another way, if you combine points 1 and 2 above, that is where I need to be spending as much time as possible in 2016.