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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 lou says at 21:33 et
Glad to see you are all rocking! I am hitting 20 units sold per day this week. EXCITING STUFF! Just wanted to share! If you doubt - time to START! JUST DO IT!
 
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 Claudia says at 21:33 et
you rock LOU! thanks for all the help to the community!
 
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 Cameron says at 21:33 et
Great stuff lou! Keep up great work!
 
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 Bill says at 21:34 et
I am planning to reach $150 profit per day next month.
 
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 Optimus says at 21:35 et
Good to hear, good for you! i am just starting is it late?
 
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 Lucy says at 21:35 et
It's never too late. It's a perfect time actually to start Shopify and Amazon FBA! GOLDEN TIME!
 
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 Claudia says at 21:35 et
I agree with Lucy, great time to start is NOW!
 
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 Good Vic says at 21:44 et
I made a shopify store about FURNITURE and people want to mix or match so I had to create a collection for each piece. the big furniture stores have it where you can choose different piece all from that same page. how to do it?
 
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 Kylie says at 21:44 et
Try Option Apps will do this..
 
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 sultan says at 21:47 et
2 questions. Love the community very helpful read..

1.Whats BSR??
2. Whats MOQ?
 
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 Uncle Sam says at 21:48 et
BSR... BSR (best sellers rank) is how well you are ranked on amazon.. the smaller the number the better!
Ideally you must be under 10,000 BSR to get 5-10 sales per day!
 
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 Lucy says at 21:48 et
MOQ minimum order quantity.. Usually 500-1000 units when doing whitelabelling..
 
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 Eddy says at 23:40 et
I am getting ready to launch my first product soon, but I am wondering how will I market my product?
 
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 Claudia says at 23:41 et
Please check the video about the launch process, we explained step by step!
 
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 little_tiger says at 23:42 et
Yes, good video... In short stage the launch, run give aways to gain momentum, run PPC , get follow up series installed, start lightning deals. Reach 10 sales per day goal!
 
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 sultan says at 23:43 et
Whats up guys, should i raise product price when doing ppc??
 
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 Evan says at 23:44 et
it's about high conversion rates you get!
 
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 Gus says at 09:45 et
HI ROCKSTARS!!!! SUPER EXCITED! Today is my first $2000 day! I launched 2 months ago. It's spring & Summer product. (not hammock!) I'm very excited to see more!
 
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 Chris says at 09:47 et
Well done gus... the best is yet to come! like in a song!
 
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 Ted says at 09:47 et
Inspiring stuff. Thank you for sharing GUS!!!
 
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Qqq2 says at 09:51 et
May the force be with you !!!
 
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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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Ernestas says at 05:02 et
some one use aliexpres for dropshiping ?
 
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 little_tiger says at 05:02 et
Yes sure, many of us use it! What's the question?
 
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 Claudia says at 17:16 et
Will it work for me? What if I have no coding skills? Check out Libni's store and case study here: http://sellslikehotcakes.co/blog/index.php/2017/03/29/sells-like-hot-cakes-program-wonders-heres-libnis-story/
 
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 Gautam says at 02:00 et
I used the Amazon best seller finder for a keyword. All the results sound encouraging. But I am confused with one of the messages, "Reviews: top 10 sellers have average 3757 reviews (At least 2 of 10 have 50 reviews or less. Recommended <150 reviews average)"
Does this indicate it's worthwhile? It says 3757, and recommended is less than 150. I am unable to interpret as the other results are great. Please help(and explain what they mean)!
 
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 jo says at 02:03 et
It means they have many reviews probably so it's a very popular niche most likely. If the all other numbers sound good i would not be concerned. I think you mentioned you sell oils? so maybe instead of general oils try more specific like "facial oils" or "massage oils" or "lavanda oils" so it's more nichey
 
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 Gautam says at 06:16 et
That's great.If the reviews are too less and the other numbers are right what's the course of action? Just curious.

Thank you for your suggestion on making the niche specific- very helpful!

Cheers.
 
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 Amelia says at 06:19 et
Dont worry about reviews so much, it's becoming less important after last year Amazon's review policy update.
 
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Sallyann says at 06:42 et
hi after taking the steps to show you my store I realised that i did it in hast and have closed it, by the way thanks for all the comments they were super useful!
I am going for my original niche and I have several ideas for others once im up and running. I am very impressed by the help you get here, from the keyword, title generator, the filler and bullet point generator and everything else, all great in helping newbies like myself.
i would like to ask that once i have my shop up and running and looking great would it be an option to do a full launch campaign with one of the email companies to send out emails to your target audience? I have seen ones advertised and I am realistic about the feedback and actual conversions but i don't have an email list yet and this seems to be a great option. let me know

thanks
 
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 Alice says at 06:43 et
thank you and that's a good plan. what companies do you mean specifically?
 
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 Mike says at 05:03 et
Hi guys, several new videos were added to the course on product selection and shopify apps! Enjoy!
 
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Gad says at 17:43 et
Hello everyone :-) my name is Gadi, and I'm a new member. Glad to meet you all , and looking forward to be part of your community :)
I would like to ask few questions:
First I'm thinking of adding a donation component to my sales. so part of the profit goes to donation. Is it sounds reasonable, regarding the expenses ?
Second - as I said I live in the UK, will it be a mistake to sell only for the UK market in order to save costs of transaction fees, and saving shipping time. I'm not sure that the thinking is correct, but as I said, I'm a newbie.. thanks, gadi
 
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 Chris says at 17:45 et
Welcome Gad! Donation component is a great way to boost your sales but it must be linked to a good cause and make sense, so that your product is somehow linked to a good story that makes sense
 
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 quirkyfox says at 17:45 et
yeah, like Bamboo product for saving trees...
 
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 Mike says at 17:46 et
hi Gad. Regarding UK question you did not explain if you do dropshipping or FBA? Anyways you can start with UK and expand!
 
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Gad says at 08:03 et
Thank you all for your comments
Regarding your question Mike, I thought about
Dropshipping at first
 
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Gad says at 08:03 et
Two more questions please :
Is there AliExpress in UK, so the shipping would be shorter ?
Second - is it possible and profitable to creat one store, and then inside to create few nitches in it ?
 
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 Mike says at 08:05 et
Gad, Aliexpress is a chinese company. They ship internationally but it's always from china. You can watch video on finding local dropshipping suppliers in your niche in UK if you want to go local route.
Regarding the store - again it depends on what you plan to sell. See my video about branding talking about small brand or more general brand to have better idea!
 
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Gad says at 04:58 et
Thanks !
 
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Jimmy says at 03:39 et
Hi, is that a must to set up a credit card payment gateway. Can I just use paypal payment gateway only?
 
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 Mike says at 03:39 et
Yes you can use just Paypal but it's always better to give more payment options.
 
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Jimmy says at 06:37 et
I try to apply for 2checkout for my country, but without 90 days worth of sales history, they cannot move forward in the review process.
I may find Upwork to help for the sales history.
 
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Dimitrios says at 14:05 et
I know that SLHC don't prefer retail arbitrage, but does anyone knows any good site that provides good lists for arbitrage?
 
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 Gab says at 14:05 et
what did you mean by lists