I watched the ASM presentation and the idea sounds simple but the feeling of to good to be true was overwhelming. It was even recommended by Mike Dillard who has a big following so he made a nice affiliate commission!
We won’t have access until halfway through the training after we have already set up our store, picked a product to sell, found a supplier and have it in our inventory, so the product selection software is obviously not going to be one of the tools. They are teaching us how to do that manually. I almost bought in to Matt’s program last year and I do remember that product selection tool. Not sure what happened amazing selling machines it but since everything hinges first on choosing the right product, doing it manually with their guidance and instruction is definitely the way to go.
Upon completion of ASM’s Entrepreneurial Training program, students will be armed with a plan to establish their start-up businesses or expand their current businesses and guide them to succeed. Our program focuses on creating value by assessing the needs of the customer. Receiving business training will aid in reducing the expenses that accompany the trial and error process, which is used by many new businesses and can be detrimental. Equipping yourself with the proper knowledge and vital information is the more important business plan of all.
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Selling 50 to 300 units a month is realistic, you only have to monitor a few products to see how many are selling, I’m talking average here, once in a while somebody will do much better, and a lot much worse if you choose the wrong product
It’s a big problem, so you’ve got to filter through all the fluff and ask tough questions to see if whatever you’re interested in has any merit. If you aren’t satisfied with the answers to your questions, supported by fact or reasonable assumptions, then move on.
While a $3500-$4000 at first glance has the sticker shock. Short term it’s more than any any other course, but long term the fact it could change your life long term in ways you never thought, I don’t think you can put a price on that.
Thanks for that info, Scott. I’ve been down that road before, and I’d swear that they had degrees in psychology to know just the precise amount of information/training to provide before the refund date. Curiosity and those dollar signs dancing in your head, plus if the training was effectively given to that point – well, it all makes it a very difficult decision. (My decision truly backfired once.) I wouldn’t be surprised if you continually hear that ‘that’s coming later in the course’.
In 2015, Kevin Rizer started a brand, selling products on Amazon. It quickly grew from a hobby into a multi-million dollar empire. A year later, Kevin started recording conversations with successful sellers, and launched a podcast to tell their stories. That podcast was called “Private Label Podcast”. In the time since, the podcast has become a movement with tens of thousands of loyal followers, and is today the authoritative source for information and inspiration on selling on Amazon, e-com …
CleanTAS 210 : How Stay at Home Mom Turned $100 into $73k in Sales and Still Growing Any change to your life and lifestyle will require you to make some sacrifices. Today’s guest is a tremendous example of a person who was willing to put in the kind of hard work required so that she could do what she wanted in her life – stay at home 6/1/2016 Free View in iTunes
Ask yourself this: if it’s so easy to do, and if the money is so big, why wouldn’t all the folks on their support team do it, too? Why waste your time selling something, if you can do so much better selling it to somebody else?