Setting goals for your business: The RIGHT WAY to go about it!

The core of a business lies in its goals. These goals serve as a yardstick to measure the success of any business. In the absence of goals, there is no way to know if your hard work has paid off. So, goal setting is very important to the business structure and should be an integral part of it. The question now is, how do you set these business goals?

  1. Have realistic targets: In the sells like hot cakes program, we have set the goal to reach $45,000 profit per month, and there is a reason for this. Nobody is saying you shouldn’t dream BIG, but when it comes to goals, you should have realistic targets and not overt fantasies that will have you beating yourself up at the end of the day. Remember; great things have small beginnings.
  1. Be specific: Being ambiguous won’t get things done; it’ll only cause distraction and confusion. Know exactly what you want, down to the finest detail and then channel your resources towards the pursuit of that target.
  1. Remain Committed: In order to see your plan through you should stay motivated and ensure you finish what you started. Avoid procrastination and stay focused until you’ve achieved what you set out to do.
  1. Take Action! It’s one thing to say something and entirely a different thing to actually do something. The talkers of this world don’t go very far. Don’t just be a talker, BE a DOER! After setting your goals, rise up and take the necessary actions to achieve them. Actions speak louder than words…

Follow these simple principles, and you would’ve laid a concrete foundation to build your business upon. Ensure to check our video course on “Your Ultimate Blueprint to get from ZERO to $45,000 profit per month” If you can follow this guide meticulously, you are guaranteed success in your e-commerce business.

Go get em’ Tiger!

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 peter jr says at 22:47 et
I just got my first Shopify store installed by following your videos and now adding the essential apps to boost the sales like you suggested. Great stuff, i am super pumped to start selling!
 
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 Vin says at 21:06 et
Why retail Arbitrage SUCKS?
 
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 Emma says at 21:06 et
It does not.. And it works ok still, but it's more like OLD SCHOOL method to make money... 10 years ago it was a golden age of RA, but now more and more brands are closing their listings from piggibackers (RA crowd) so you might end up buying stock and then can't list it..
 
Claudia says at 21:07 et
For me RA is WORK... Not a passive income. If it works for you, fine. But it's not my song.
 
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 Tyro Meg says at 21:08 et
Say Vin, you buy discounted stuff in Wallmart, you sell it ... and then WHAT? You need to start all over again. It's not scalable business model. just a quick buck. I know it works for some people if you have a team of assistants helping find deals and listing them quickly.. Online arbing
 
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 Antony says at 21:47 et
Why you hate retail arbitrage so much?
 
Claudia says at 21:47 et
Anthony.. Have you watched the video about it? We don't hate it, we just say it's A JOB and hardly a passive income. Moreover brands are getting it harder and harder for you to sell their products on amazon.. More and more restricted categories will create a slow death for RA.. It's much better to get into FBA or Shopoify at this point. 10 years ago Retail arbitrage was booming but it's days are soon gone..
 
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 Jonas says at 21:12 et
guys, how do you prevent long term storage fees for things that sell slow?
 
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Claudia says at 21:12 et
Several options.. Liquidate It, Ship it back to you, Have Amazon Destroy it
go to INVENTORY > INVENTORY PLANNING , then INVENTORY AGE link. You'll see which products are coming up for the 6 month or 12 month long term storage fees. Just make sure nothing stays over 365+ days.
 
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 Lane says at 21:13 et
@Jonas, make sure you get rid of duds that dont sell over 6 months!
 
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 Lucy says at 21:25 et
hi guys.. Can I get BAD product reviews deleted off my products page?
 
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Claudia says at 21:25 et
It's very rare to get bad review removed.. Usually it's better to prevent them like we teach in the course.. see video about negative feedback removal.. Also read https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html/?nodeId=12177361
Also dont over sweat about bad reviews, it's natural for any good product to have 1-2 one-star reviews, nobody is perfect and your customer don't expect just 5 start reviews, it might even look suspicious and fake.
 
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 Emma says at 21:25 et
Let it go.. Let it go...
 
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 freedom says at 21:41 et
Anyone knows on demand print for shopify in UK??
 
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 Lucy says at 21:41 et
Check https://apps.shopify.com/all-over-print and teemill.co.uk (it doesn't integrate with Shopify)
 
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william says at 12:34 et
Hi everybody, I'm new here and is excited. I'm just looking at the Course Intro. I'm starting with ZERO and will keep you guys posted.
 
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Claudia says at 12:35 et
Hi William, great to have you here!! I'm sure you will love it. Share your progress with us!
 
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Leslie says at 00:15 et
I was on shopify then left over grey areas of card merchants not wanting to support product. Months later I came back and then left after 10 days due to lack of available products in my niche. Aliexpress vendors using misleading titles or description don't help. I then tried an app to upload Amazon products as an affiliate and do a review site, but it looks gawdy compared to shopify, and I will never make money like that. Therefore, I am convinced that shopify is way better. I'll just have to find a different niche that Aliexpress or a US dropshipper can fulfill!
 
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 jack says at 00:16 et
I think the niche finder tool and the "Most passionate niches" report will help you find the product http://sellslikehotcakes.co/niches.php Good luck, keep us posted on your progress.
 
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 Tyro Meg says at 00:16 et
Shopify supports Stripe and Paypal, no grey areas there, very easy these days. Try to attach them both!
 
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Butz says at 05:01 et
Hi All, Im a beginner here. I have seen most of the videos.
I am interested on doing FBA.
I am from Australia and I just registered my business, applied for a seller account on amazon.
what should I do next?
 
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Claudia says at 05:02 et
Welcome Butz! Well... Just follow the lessons, pick the products and start the FBA business. Let me know if you have more specific questions!
 
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 Mike says at 12:15 et
Our new Summer “Take Action” contest is LIVE!!

Details and prizes
http://sellslikehotcakes.co/blog/index.php/2017/07/08/summer-take-action-contest-live/
 
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 Vin says at 12:15 et
wow sounds great!!!
 
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 diego says at 12:29 et
Count me in!
 
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Ernesto says at 06:36 et
I thought "boost post" was a big no- no, and should instead use ads manager? Can someone drop some knowledge on me?
 
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 Eddy says at 06:38 et
Boost post is the same as using ads manager if you already created audience and just want to quickly boost the post for $10-15 when building community.
 
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uma mahesh says at 05:23 et
Hello All,

I am launching a wellness and health niche on shopify. We have our private labeled products and also connected to aliexpress. How can I selectively charge shipping on our private labelled products and not charge on aliexpress products? Thank you
 
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 Chris says at 05:24 et
Uma, two ways...
1. set the shipping zones in shipping settings
2. add shipping cost in price for your private label products and make shipping appear free.
 
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 lou says at 15:04 et
Great start for the year!