I don’t have TIME!

It’s pretty common to hear people say “I don’t have enough time,” especially when it comes to taking important actions that will produce positive change in their lives. Isn’t it suspicious that procrastination and making up excuses is always easier than pushing forward and going ahead with your plans? It’s like the system is rigged against you. It doesn’t have to be this way.

The evidence of the consequences of this complacency is all around us. A lot of people are living unfulfilled lives; with the regret of not taking action when they should have done so. DON’T be part of this group!

The bottom line is that more time will not magically appear for you to use, rather, you have to create the time for yourself; to learn the ropes and grow your business. Even if it is a few minutes every day. Little drops of water make a mighty ocean after all.

Your dreams are within your grasp… The power of successes is in your hands… there is always enough time…

check out the video here

 

 

You shouldn’t get stuck in the loop of disappointment and redundancy. If you aren’t satisfied with your current financial status; break free from this cycle by making the necessary sacrifice of creating the time to grow and nurture your e-commerce business.

 

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 Cyril says at 22:24 et
hi claudia.. so iam starting with FBA.Please explain more what are the common providers for air and sea shipment (like UPS, Fedex etc)? Which do door-to-door? Which are more reliable for FBA?
 
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 Claudia says at 07:39 et
hi Cyril. Great question..

Actually, there are three ways, by air, by express & by sea.

By air:
1. shipped by major airlines, such as Air China, Japan Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Thai Airways, Malaysia airlines, Northwest Airlines etc.
2. the goods will be shipped to airport and the client needs to do the customs clearance and pick up the goods by himself.

By express:
1. shipped by UPS, Fedex, EMS, TNT & DHL.
2. the goods will be shipped to the client's destination (door to door, such as Amazon warehouse). The express company will do the customs clearance.

By sea:
shipped by shipping company, such as Ma Shiji, COSCO, NYK, Kawasaki, Hanjin, United Arab Emirates, Sinotrans and so on.
Also can do Door to Door service.
 
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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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 Cyril says at 23:14 et
What do you suggest for product quality inspection?
 
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 Natalie says at 21:01 et
Please recommend an app for to show related products on shopify?
 
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 Claudia says at 21:02 et
@Natalie.. Check Personalizer - Targeted Recommendations by LimeSpot.. it's in one of the videos of the course too!
 
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 max says at 21:42 et
What app to collect emails on shopify?
 
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 Claudia says at 21:42 et
We already discussed it Max... Fish Bowl app. it gives you an opp to offer great prize giveaways on your Shopify store and capture email addresses from your website visitors to turn those visitors into returning customers.
 
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 Olga says at 21:50 et
For VA (Virtual assistant) better flat rate or hourly??
 
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 Evan says at 21:50 et
I never give a flat rate. I always offer hourly because some months it varies and I would never to over pay
 
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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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Leslie says at 01:27 et
Videos provide two examples of searching niche. I need more. By the time I go to camel, and best finder, and video, back and forth, i get lost. I thought I found something, all looked good, until I went to aliexpress. Price was more than amazon! That was hours of research for a dead end. Maybe I'm not doing it right.
 
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 Father says at 01:30 et
Aliexpress price does not have to be lower than amazon.. Aliexpress is only good for Shopify Dropshipping business.

If you plan AMAZON FBA business, then check prices on Alibaba, not on amazon! hope it helps!
 
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Leslie says at 22:56 et
Can't do FBA until business succeeds. The lower the price when buying, the better one can compete with anyone. I don't want to stock or ship, so I'll stick with the dropshipping model. I'll Keep searching I guess.The videos however are very good. Some company tried to sell me $3500 dollar CDN course on dropshipping. Was already doing what they are teaching. This is way better!
 
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 Claudia says at 22:57 et
Thank you Leslie. Don't buy into overpriced courses. All the tools you need is right here. FBA model you can also start without big investments using the "alibaba wholesale" instead of whitelabelling... One of the videos cover it.
 
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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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 Mike says at 16:31 et
Here is a new video i added "I don’t have TIME! + surprising ending" to address the most common question I get "I don't have enough time!" "I don't have time to learn!" "I dont have time to watch 12 hours of videos!" I dont have time to research a product!" "I dont have time to find a supplier" I dont have time to open my own ecommerce store!"

http://sellslikehotcakes.co/blog/index.php/2017/04/17/i-dont-have-time/
 
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Ricardo says at 07:30 et
We are improving a lot our fb ads, yesterday we've reach 200 orders, and today we are closing with almost 900, but I have a question: How do you manage lots of orders? I use oberlo but is it anything beside 'clicking' to every order? I also, how to deliver automaticaly to my customer when their tracking code is available(?) (this hugh increase is because I just started facebook ads, before I just do everything organic) thanks!
 
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 Alice says at 07:45 et
900 orders per day??? wow that is amazing result Ricardo, well done! With such big volume you need to hire virtual assistant to help you "clicking". Oberlo automates prefilling the forms, address, sync of the orders but still some clicking is needed!
 
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 Caleb says at 07:46 et
WELL DONE BRO!!! WAY TO GO! Your story is very inspirational. Are you selling only to Mexican audience with such success?
 
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 Roman says at 10:41 et
Great success always inspiring for me, thanks for sharing!
 
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Ricardo says at 07:30 et
we are targeting, USA and Our own fan page, we have 3.2 Million people of our niche and more than a half are from mexico, and other parts of the world (latinoamerica for most), I started some years ago managinf only fan pages and make them viral, recently I have this new adventure of ecommerce. If you want you can visit one of them here: fb.com/elrockescultura.org anything else glad to help!!
 
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 Mike says at 04:46 et
Over the next few weeks, I’d like to do something a little bit different. 

I thought it would be fun to ask people what they wanted to learn about (so I can customize my future emails to help YOU :-D).

Here's your first question...

What is your #1 single biggest ecommerce challenge right now (and how is it impacting your life on a daily basis)?

Click reply and tell me right now.
 
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 Castle says at 04:47 et
good one! finding time to do all the tasks is my biggest challenge!
 
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 Olga says at 04:48 et
Mike for me is finding good designer is a biggie
 
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 Tycoon says at 05:21 et
For me it's finding the product and suppliers
 
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mohamad says at 13:28 et
Good idea !! For me this about scalling with Facebook Ads. Actually, I can just make 5 sales by day and i want to Scale :)