This is the first of a series of lessons/tutorials on how to create your online eCommerce empire. I will teach you everything that you need to know from start to finish.
In here you will have all the information you need to create a successful online business. It will have enough information to call it a course. Here's what you need to know about this "course":
1- The entire course will be divided into many small posts so that the content is easy to consume and the information easy to absorb;
2- The posts will be published frequently, 2-3 times a week (minimum);
3- Most of the course will be free - you don't actually need to pay for anything to be successful since the core of the information will be free;
4- There will be paid documents with more detailed information for those who want a headstart on a particular subject. Again, you don't need these to succeed, they are both a way for you to be successful faster and a way for me to monetize the content as well, and get something in return;
Now the most important thing to know here is:
I have been running a successful online business since 2015. My business has provided me with a very good lifestyle that allowed me to not worry about any expenses. I'm not super-rich YET, but I will be.
The information I'm providing here is everything I know. If I made it, so can you.
The only thing standing between you and success is...well.. you.
Not everybody is cut out to be self-employed.
Not everybody is cut out to be a leader
Maybe this life isn't for you, and that's ok.
There is this social thing going on where CEO's and leaders are cool, and people who work normal 9 to 5 jobs are sheep. That is stupid.
Here's a fact about myself: if I fail at my business, which can happen, I rather live a frugal life and have a job serving people at an electronics store or even at a coffee shop, than work a senior job at a big company.
Why? I hate being at a desk working for someone else, I like being around people and working with my own hands. I can't tell you how many times I was at an electronics store (like best buy / FNAC or Media Markt, depending on where you are you'll know one of these) and ended up being an unpaid worker by giving advice to people on what to buy. It's fun and fulfilling for me for some reason. It doesn't pay well, but in reality, I don't need a lot of money to be happy. When I say "I'm not rich yet, but I will be" is because being rich means I was successful in my business. Being successful in my business means I will be happy because I will feel professionally fulfilled.
But if in your case you like working a desk job of whatever in a big company and be a part of a team of a larger project, that's cool too, do whatever makes you happy.
If by the end of this course you can't even create a sustainable "hobby business" (a business that makes you a few extra bucks but doesn't really pay the bills, and you do it for fun) you did something wrong.