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Sell on Amazon | Build Your Ecommerce Business

Sell on Amazon | Build Your Ecommerce Business


Today I'm going to share the best way to make money online in 2020 and beyond. So if you're brand new and you're looking to get started making money online but you're not quite sure where to start or what are the best opportunity for you to pursue in 2020 and beyond then this blog post is gonna help you with that.


ECOMMERCE/SELLING ON AMAZON


Amazon is the largest online retailer in the world. In fact just actually the other day I was just reading about Black Friday, it says on the Yahoo Finance (US Black Friday shoppers stay away from stores make 7 billion-plus splurge online) that's not even including cyber Monday. Cyber Monday is just after Black Friday where people are more known to actually buy online but the statistics and the data all shows and points to people buying less and less in physical retail stores, less and less people are buying from brick-and-mortar stores they're not buying from Walmart and Target.


If you think about it, it's such a hassle to get out of your house put on your shoes and get in your car drive to Walmart you can look for parking and then you're gonna walk through the aisles and you have to check out the product behind the clerk. This whole process of shopping is kind of getting more old-school compared to what you can do today. Today from the comfort of your home, you take out your phone you take out your computer, you can you have way more variety of products that are available on Amazon, you got Amazon Prime, you already got your credit card length you just fill out your shopping card hit checkout, and then before you know it the next day or a few days after that the products are arriving to your door.

The bigger opportunity on Amazon is private labeling products selling physical products, so for example, the process of that is deciding on a product that you want to sell in Amazon that has high potential high demands, and then what you do is you find a supplier that's manufacturing that product whether that supplier is in the United States whether it's in China whether it's in any other country around the world and you have the manufacturer the product you put your own packaging your own label on that product it's called private labeling if you can make the product better you should if you can make it improve it of course, you always want to do that or differentiate in some way but you then get that product made overseas, you ship it to the United States, or whatever Amazon platforms are selling it could be in Europe it could be in Canada it could be in Australia but you send it to Amazon's fulfillment centers and then you set up your Amazon listing and now you have your own real estate on Amazon's website, you have your own product your own product listing with images, the price, reviews all of that, and then you learn how to how to rank your product on Amazon, you can run Amazon ads, there's so many strategies available on how to sell your product but Amazon does a lot of the heavy lifting for you because they take care of the fulfillment for you and they even help you with the marketing of your product.


Amazon is not going away, the opportunity of it is huge with physical products as well as books, books are great as well when I look at books whether you want to write books yourself or hire a ghostwriter to write for you or partner with other authors, you can publish Kindle books, you can publish paperback books or hardcover books or audio books.


There's so much potential in Amazon. I think that's one of the greatest opportunities that has been for the last years but continues to grow, I don't see it slowing down, there's so much opportunity for someone that's brand-new because there's so many types of products that you can sell and there's not enough competition in my opinion because the amount of demand that consumers have on Amazon far outweighs the number of competition there that there is.

6 Tips on How to Save Money

6 Tips on How to Save Money

Tips on how to save more money, without necessarily needing to make any more income. These tips are for those who need to find a way to save on their expenses in order to retain more money at the end of the day.

6 Tips on How to Save Money


1. How to Save Money on Food


One of the most common ways to lose track of how much money you are spending is through the purchase of food. While most people budget for groceries and any foods they may need when around the house, most of us don’t budget for snacking or any “little” meals we may consume throughout the day.

To save on food, the first thing you should do is track all the money you spend on any foods you may take throughout the day. What did you have for lunch? Write it down. What did you purchase when you made a pit stop while on that road trip? Write it down. Do not forget to indicate how much it cost you. Writing down helps you put your food expense in perspective, which basically means that it is the easiest way to make yourself feel guilty for foods you may have avoided.

2. Carry packed lunch to work


In comparison, carrying packed lunch is way cheaper than buying lunch, and the difference can be up to half of the price. So, for instance, it could cost you $5 to buy lunch but cost you $2.50. In a year, you could save up to $500 just by carrying that brown bag to lunch. With that money, it is very possible to move out of that house with the awful neighbor.

Planning your meals in advance, and budgeting appropriately for what is planned for is yet another way to save money on food.

What are you most likely to eat every day, week or month?


The answer to this question gives you a shopping list that you can use when doing your grocery shopping. When you are shopping with a list, you are intentional. Essentially, this means that there is little chance you will pick that chocolate bar off the shelf because it is not in your list.

Finally, you can save both time and money by doubling the meals you make when cooking. If you are making dinner, the quantity should be enough such that the food is leftover for another meal, maybe your lunch the next day. This ensures the efficient use of ingredients as the two meals are made with one batch of them. However, be sure to refrigerate the food that is left over to ensure that it doesn’t get spoilt.

3. How to Save Money on Transportation


Transportation is yet another area of spending that uses up quite a big percentage of household incomes.

In 2017, almost 16 percent of incomes around the United States were spent on moving from one place to another. This percentage is quite high, especially considering that you could simply walk to your destination without ever needing to spend a penny.

This is actually our first tip on saving money in transportation; take a walk when you can. Some distances are short and don’t necessarily need you to get into your car and drive there. If you can, try and shorten the distance from work and/or school to your house by moving closer to them. Alternatively, where the distance to work or to school is too long to walk, you can instead cycle, but only when convenient.

What are the yearly payments that you make for your car insurance? Are you getting an affordable deal or just the most convenient one? Every year, before renewing your car insurance with your current insurer, check the rates offered by competing companies. Chances are, you could make savings on your insurance if you were not too lazy to see if there are any viable alternatives.

To save on transportation costs, regularly maintain and service your car. What you might not realize is that issues such as tires that have not been well-inflated or an engine that has not been tuned use more fuel than one that has undergone these maintenance services. While the margin by which you save might look to be small in the moment, these savings could add up to $1000 annually.

4. How to Save on Banking, Credit, and Debt


First, budget for any debt you have and pay off your credit cards in full every month. When budgeting for your income, assign between 10 and 15% to pay off any debts you may have, including student loans and mortgages. This ensures that each month, you are constantly reducing your debt. Also, by fully paying off your credit cards, you don’t incur any rates that would lead you to debt and cost you even more money. Plus, you get to enjoy the cashback. I hope that by now, you have a savings account, and if you don’t, you are walking to the bank right now to get one.

Savings accounts are how you pay yourself, which should be done before you start spending the money you earned. Every month, it is recommended that you direct 10% to 15% of your income towards saving. To make saving easier, give yourself a goal.

What would you really like to do? Go for a safari, buy a new car, or get that ridiculously huge and expensive TV? How much will you need to achieve your goal? Also, as you try to get out of debt, you can use free debt counseling services on how you can best do it. Simply type “free debt counseling” on your search engine and explore the options that you have.

These non-profit counselors can advise you on how best to budget in order to finish off your debt, and how you can negotiate with creditors with regards to repaying their money. Negotiating could ensure that you do not pay extreme interest rates, and budgeting for the payment prevents you from getting into more debt as you attempt to get out of it.

5. How to Save on Family, Friends, and Home


Gift-giving is an expensive affair, which is why it should be budgeted for and limits placed where necessary. When you put a limit on how much can be spent on buying gifts and how many of them each person can receive, you save a lot during the holidays. Also, the most thoughtful gifts are not necessarily usually the most expensive ones. So make sure you plan for special gifts because I can promise you, guilt is one sure way to spend quite a bit of money.

Most importantly, when you have decided to start a family, start saving for college and any material needs the baby might need right from when they are born all through college. It is never too early to start saving for that little one.

When purchasing clothes for your family, make sure that they are affordable without being cheap. In the long-run, it will cost you more to repair and regularly replace a garment than it would to buy a quality alternative. Quality clothes can be used over a long period of time, and could even be passed down to other family members.

As for your home, first, ensure that you regularly maintain and clean it. Doing this saves on expenses that you may incur in doing repairs for faults made by the accumulation of dirt or the lack of maintenance. Whenever possible, refinance your mortgage for lower interest rates.

Explore and find out whether it is possible for you to get an alternative lender for your mortgage, preferably one who charges a lower interest rate. The savings you make on reduced interest rates ensure that you accumulate home equity much faster, which increases your ability to cover large emergency expenditures.

Finally, to save on your home, actively cut down on the energy you are using and use less water when going about your duties. To do this, cut down on any energy use that is obviously unnecessary or pointless. For example, on hot days, before firing up the AC, open your windows to let air in, and determine if the cooling from the air is sufficient. Low-flow showerheads and faucet aerators are some of the ways through which you can reduce the amount of water you use in your home.

6. Other Saving Tips


Where possible, share resources. While it might be more convenient to own your own pool, it is definitely cheaper to set up a pool with neighbors.

do you really need your own lawnmower? Building an emergency fund is another way of ensuring that you are saving money. Emergencies come up all the time, and having such a kit ensures that you have a backup in case of anything.

Keeping loose change can also help you save. Every day, throw your loose change into a container and after a while, you can deposit it into the bank. You will be surprised at how much you can save from that.

Use hard cash instead of cards, especially where you have a problem with overspending. When you need to spend a particular amount of money for a particular purpose, carry the exact amount in hard cash and leave your cards in your house or in your car.

Always budget for entertainment and other similar activities. When you don’t assign them a specific percentage from your income, you are more likely to eat into money budgeted for other things.

Use applications that help manage money. A variety of them are available for free on any of the stores. With a money manager, you can track your spending right from your income, and you can use it to budget. Some apps offer financial advice from what they can observe from your spending.

Write down ALL your spending, preferably in a physical book. It might be tedious, knowing where your money goes but it gives you perspective, enough that you know on which areas you need to reduce spending to save.

Having more money without earning more might seem impossible, but if you apply the suggestions given, you might find that it is much easier than you thought.

Passive Income Ideas: 5 Ways To Earn 500$ a Day

Passive Income Ideas: 5 Ways To Earn 500$ a Day

Creating passive income is definitely possible. You have to know what you're doing and put your time and effort in the right places, and it takes a lot of hard work that you won't get the rewards from all of that passive income for quite a bit of time until you start seeing it come in.

At the end of the day, though passive income is definitely possible and hopefully this blog post can help you by shedding some light on what I've done over the last few years, and what you can do and start doing to create passive income for yourself.
               
5 Passive Income Ideas

1. Amazon links

For some people, this source of income is absolutely huge if you're somebody who likes to buy things, and then review them you can make your own youtube channel where you review these products, and if people like them they can click your link below each video that you make, and if they buy a product you will make a small tiny percent of each sale.

But if you wanted to make money with Amazon links I encourage you to instead of doing the links for products if you don't want to do product reviews to instead do their bounty program which is what I'm doing.

2. Print on Demand

This is another passive income idea that absolutely anyone can do. How this works is you create a design that you think would be good on a t-shirt, and then you upload it to a couple of different web sites, and then those websites make an image of what that design you uploaded would look like on a t-shirt, and then they market it to people and get people to their website to see it, and then if someone sees that and they like your design on a t-shirt, they can actually buy it from that website.

The website takes the order, collects the funds from the customer prints that design onto a t-shirt and ships it out to the customer, and then the website takes a little bit of the profit and gives you the rest of the profit right into your account, which is typically a few dollars and then it continues to list your design on a t-shirt on the website for future people to do the same thing.

The first thing you're probably thinking is I'm not a graphic designer so I can't do this one, print on demands not going to work for me, and I have to tell you that I've taught people who have no experience in design and even call themselves not creative how to do this and how to do this on a big level.

There are so many design tools out there where you can look at their templates, and you just change the words around change the colors and now you have designs that you can upload.
3. Online courses

We often sell ourselves short, and we don't realize how much knowledge and value we have in our brains that we've learned from our jobs or our day-to-day lives. There are people out there almost certainly that are willing to pay for the knowledge that's in your brain right now.

Online courses are getting kind of a strange rap right now because people are creating overpriced courses with low value, and it's creating a bad taste in people's mouth. But I want to say that they can absolutely serve a great purpose if the instructor you or me whoever the instructor is? is putting in good value into the course that is genuinely going to help the student who's paying for it.

What you do is you create your course, you decide what the title is, what the description of the courses and what that topic of the course is going to cover, and teach the student, you upload it to the marketplaces like Udemy and Skillshare, and they're going to set the price for you on what they think is right, and then whenever someone buys that course through Udemy, they instantly and automatically give them access to the course and then Udemy or Skillshare takes a cut of what the student paid for the course, and then you get the rest as the instructor.

That's a great passive income source is if you're creating a valuable online course that people can watch, and learn everything they need to know, and then Udemy or Skillshare is going to do all the marketing for you and continuing to sell the course over and over again, and they get a cut, you get a cut. That's the definition of passive income.

My biggest piece of advice on this is if you are going to go the online course route. Just make sure that the courses you're creating are under-promising and over-delivering. Make sure that you're really truly packing these courses with a lot of value and not holding back for the students. If they're paying for a course you want to, make sure that you're giving them exactly what they're paying for or more.

Make sure that you're not falling into the trap of creating a very basic level course, and then selling it for a high fee that is not going to go over well and that is not sustainable for long term passive income.

4. Dividend growth investing

If you don't know what that is. It's basically, I get paid for owning certain types of companies that are called blue-chip stocks. These are companies that include Walmart, Disney, coca-cola, Apple.

It's my favorite way of investing but the downside is that you actually need quite a lot of money to make any significant source of income, which is great for me because it encourages me to save as much of my money, and then invest it rather than spending it on things I don't need.

But for the month of October, I actually got paid 437.94 from 21 of the 100 companies that I own, and again some of them pay me monthly, some of them pay quarterly, and if you do want to start this kind of investing, don't chase the dividend yield as it's called, don't chase the monthly factor, it's like saying would you rather get paid 100 once per year or split two times or 12 times. whatever it is, it doesn't matter because the total amount will still be the same, no matter how many different ways it gets split up.

I'm tracking all of these 100 stocks through my google spreadsheets. Otherwise, there is no way that I'm going to be able to keep track of it, it tells me all of my schedules, all of my dividends, and everything I need to know, and I'm getting the same stock market data provider as the ones that Robinhood and all these other major brokerages are using as well.

For example, I know that out of that 437 dollars, I know that 20 of it is coming from the real estate sector, and another 15.8 percent is coming from the consumer staples industry, and if you are not familiar with what that is. that's an industry where it's always going to have similar, and or growing demand based upon the population. So people are always going to need to buy food water, shampoo, cigarettes, toilet paper.

5. Royalties

Royalties are something that I get paid as an artist from a percent of gross sales on a product that another company has produced for me, which sounds really complicated but it's really simple.

It's how your favorite music artists get paid when they pitch a song to a record label company, they'll come along, they'll produce this song and put it up on iTunes or wherever it is, Spotify and then, they'll pay the artist a certain percent of the sales of this song.

For most people including myself, I'm not a singer or a songwriter, so my royalties are coming from course sales which are going to be the truth for most people, and I've been having this source of passive income since I was 18 years old, and I've been generating at least 100 dollars every single month. for last month I actually made 113 dollars selling this product.

Over the last few years, I've been learning all about all these passive income streams online, and I've been testing them with trial and error finding out which ones work extremely well, which are the ones I just listed for you, and which ones do not work and cost me a lot of time, a lot of effort and in some cases a lot of money in order to find out that they didn't work.

Just remember going into this. Make sure you have the right mindset, don't chase the money rather, just create everything that you're doing as a helpful resource for someone else, and you can't go wrong, it is going to be a lot of hard work up front, whether that hard work is actually writing articles or thinking of creative t-shirt designs or using your brainpower, that's what it's going to come down to that's what a lot of people miss.

5 Things To Buy That MAKE You Money

5 Things To Buy That MAKE You Money

In this blog post, I will share five different things that you could buy, that in most cases will end up making you money over the long run, and putting you in a better financial position.

5 Items To Buy That MAKE You Money

1. Security cameras

Having security cameras for your home or your apartment. It can be pretty beneficial. It could be $20 or $30 that you pay for something like this. It can end up saving you a lot of headaches. When somebody Robs your house at some point in the future, and then you can see who it was, you can get all your stuff back right. It's gonna be an investment that I think is worth it for most people. It also gives you a little bit more peace of mind.

It's a little investment that you make, and it's going to save you so much trouble, especially if you get in car accidents, or if there's insurance fraud of any type, or if somebody just keys your car, you're gonna be able to see that person because you have a dash camera right there.

2. Solar panels

There's gonna be three primary factors that will help you decide, whether this is going to be a good investment, or it's just gonna be a terrible decision that you make, and then you regret dropping all that money on solar panels. When you live in a place like Oklahoma where the cost of energy is like eight cents per kilowatt-hour versus, probably doesn't make very much sense there. If you live in California and you can also get tax credits or in a state like Hawaii where the average cost of energy is well over 32 cents per kilowatt-hour, it could make a lot more sense.

Factoring those two things. How much Sun do you get? Do you have a roof in the first place? So factor all those in also including the tax benefits and see whether or not, it's going to be worth it for you. The one thing I really like about this is that it has that self-sufficiency sort of the idea behind it.
3. Bitcoin

I've never really made a blog post about this because it tends to get sort of a bad rap from a number of people and because there are some pretty skinny scummy things going on in this industry but that's actually a cryptocurrency.

I've sort of come around on this a little bit for cryptocurrency. I don't dump all of my money into cryptocurrency, but I do own some Bitcoin. I do own a couple of different currencies, but not extremely sizable mass because it is still pretty risky.

But if you just look at the average price of Bitcoin compared to the stock market in just 2020. You can see that it has far outperformed the stock market, especially when we have turbulent economic times like we do at the moment.

Having some Bitcoin, it does help alleviate some levels of stress that I have about the current society that we live in, and the current money system and fiat currencies.

4. Tools and Equipment

Buying tools and equipment in general, it's gonna save you money. If you want to save some money, and you want to get a better financial position, then just consider becoming a little bit more handy with the things around you. If your dishwasher breaks maybe learn how to fix it, if your car breaks down maybe try to learn how to fix it, or at least take a couple of steps to learn how to fix it, instead of taking it to the mechanic or instantly just calling the plumber because you have a leaky pipe which you could easily just fix by just tightening it, and you end up spending like $200 to get the plumber out there.

There's a lot of things that people just do, that it's a big waste of money. So become a little bit more handy and learn some things.

I got a toolbox when I was in college, my sophomore year it was like $20, I probably oughta from Walmart for $20, and it saved me a ton of money that I would have otherwise spent by having to call people to get people to fix stuff all the time.

5. buying a fan

This one, it's not going to be for everyone but there are some people out there that I think could actually benefit from this financially, and that's by buying a fan like a 10 or 15 dollar fan from Walmart and using that, instead of cooling your entire house with an air conditioner with a central cooling system that might cost you two hundred, and forty-five dollars per month to cool a 1200 square foot house.

Cooling a house with air conditioning can actually be really expensive, it takes up a lot of energy and it's also really not necessary in my opinion based off of where I live.

So just start using fans instead of air conditioners because they really can rack up an electricity bill very very much.

Top 10 Ways To Make One Million Dollars



Making 1 million dollars sounds like a lot of money if you've never earned high figures before. It might seem like an obsolete objective, but the truth is 1700 new millionaires are created each day, that's over six hundred and twenty thousand new millionaires every year.

So how do they do ithow come so many people become millionaires? and why can't you do the sameWell, it's all about positioning and how valuable you are to the marketplace.

10 ways to make 1 million dollars

1. Go viral on YouTube

Who would have thought that going viral on YouTube could make you a millionaire? This all changed in the last couple of years, it obviously depends on the type of video. If it's advertiser-friendly and who is watching the video, but a ballpark figure would be somewhere between 500 million and a billion views.

For example, Gangnam style alone made PSY over eight million dollars, it's not all YouTube advertising alone but the exposure got him plenty of extra opportunities, and PSY is still cashing in big. Believe it or not, that video is still making him decent money today, you also have large creators leveraging their YouTube fame in order to create additional revenue sources like the Paul brothers do with their merch lines, or how Jeffrey star did with his makeup line.

2. Have a blog that gets over 41 million views per month

Having a popular blog can still make you a multimillionaire. One of the people we've been following closely in this space was Scott DeLong, the creator of viral Nova. For those of you who don't know the website, he's been at the forefront of viral articles distributed through Facebook very similar to what BuzzFeed used to do, and to be honest still does.

Scott started viral Nova in 2014 and sold it one and a half years later for reportedly 100 million dollars. During November and December, he was already generating over 1 million dollars per month from advertising revenues alone.

Getting over 40 million readers per month on your blog is probably the most difficult one to do unless you're able to do what Scott did, and ride a new wave which people hadn't figured out yet.
3. Make an app that a million people use

There's still a ton of money to be made with apps, if you know what you're doing and can actually offer a valuable service. The problem with apps is that unless the user feels the need to return to the app on a frequent basis, you've already lost. The app ecosystem has evolved in the past couple of years, from candy crush making almost 1 million dollars per day at their peak to the meditation app calm which just recently was valued at 250 million dollars, to now Fortnite passing 1 billion dollars in just three months through in-app purchases.

The secret to most apps has been the ability to bring in additional revenue within the app. Depending on how much revenue you can extract from every single user, the road to the first million dollars can be a lot shorter than expected if the customers find value in what you're offering.

4. Get over 100,000 Twitch subscribers

Live-streaming is going mainstream. You have the likes of ninja who are spearheading this movement generating between 500,000 and 1 million dollars every month from streaming alone.

Twitch is a platform which allows users to broadcast themselves in real-time. This type of technology has been quickly adopted by gamers who broadcast themselves playing video games.

How do they make money? There are multiple revenue streams. The main one being paid subscriptions, there are different tiers of subscribers on Twitch for 4.99$, 9.99$ and 24$. This amount being split between the streamer and the platform.

In addition to the paid subscription, viewers can donate money directly to the streamer in order to show support, and then there's the good old, finding a big sponsor who's paying a streamer to endorse their product like the type of deal that ninja has made with Redbull. The ballpark figure to shoot for is 100,000 paid subscribers but you can get to a million dollars with less than 50000 if they're generous enough.

5. Buy-Flip-Repeat

This is a fundamental rule of hustling and one of the most common ways to make some more money. This is what commerce was built on, and it's capitalism in its purest form. Find something you can purchase at one price, then sell it for more to someone who's willing to pay a premium for it.

Our favorite story is the one revolving around 16-year-old Benjamin kicks, who's making over 1 million dollars per year reselling sneakers. Sneaker culture is big and people are willing to pay good money to get their hands on anything that's exclusive.

Benjamine started out when his mom bought him a pair of sneakers, which he sold to a classmate for almost double what he paid for, then he went ahead and started buying more A few months passed by and celebrities are looking to get their hands on a type of sneakers that this kid has. He's selling sneakers to DJ Khaled, French Montana, future, and more. The most expensive pair of sneakers he sold was twenty thousand dollars and now he has an entire operation for reselling sneakers.

6. Be in the top 1% of a lucrative profession

It's super easy to become a millionaire if you know what you're doing and your specialized. Doctors, lawyers, and upper management in the US and Europe earn on average over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars per year.

The highest paying job with the lowest barriers of entry is sales. If you know how to sell, you can make a ton of money no matter where you find yourself. Compared to doctors and lawyers, the 1% of salespeople earn north of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars per year which will have them passed the 1 million dollar mark in just four years. Not to mention that selling is an incredibly valuable skill for all strategies we discussed throughout this article.

7. Write several books that sell ok

The trap many people fall into is they think you need to write the next Harry Potter or Fifty Shades of Grey in order to get rich from books. The likelihood of you knocking it out of the park is incredibly low. Getting to 1 million dollars from writing books is a pretty doable job if you find the right angle and an audience willing to purchase. In order to become a New York Times bestselling author, you only need to sell around 10,000 books, it can even be as low as five thousand books if you've been on the list before. If your writing is good, just keep putting out more and more books until one of them as a hit.

There are plenty of examples of people who did it this way, but our favorite by far is Amanda Hocking. She's been rejected by almost every single publisher in the game, none of her novels were given a shot. She was broke but really wanted to go to a Muppets convention, but she needed the money for gas to drive to the event. In order to make some of the 300 dollars she needed, She self-published her novels on Kindle. One month later she had made over $20,000, so she added all of her novels up there. 20 months into it, she's made over 2.5 million dollars from books which were not good enough to be picked up by a publisher.

If you have a Podcast, blog, a YouTube channel, any form of audience, people will want to support your efforts and are even willing to preorder your work just to share the journey with you.

8. Start a drop shipping company under your own label

For those of you who have no idea what drop shipping is? It's a very fun and interesting business model, where you find a supplier, someone who can create package and deliver a product on your behalf, your job is to bring in the sales.

Let's say you found a supplier who can package and deliver weight loss tea from China for $5 per package. You set up a website where you can sell that exact Product for $20 apiece. When the order comes in, you send over the $5 to the supplier with the details from the order who takes care of everything and delivers the item to the buyer on your behalf, yourself keeping the remaining $15 profit.

I didn't choose a weight loss tee by accident either, I've actually studied and analyzed the success a young entrepreneur named Greta Van Rio had in this space. She's the one who started the entire Instagram model Fitness T phenomenon. Six months into her business she was bringing in over half a million dollars per month.

9. Start a small business and keep growing

Although most of the ideas mentioned on this list are super-specific. The way most people end up millionaires is by creating a small business and just growing it. I know it sounds a tad more general, but this comprises the hustler mindset which is focused on growth.

Starting a new business is always difficult but the path is more or less the same no matter which business you choose. It all starts with solving a problem, figuring out how to get paid, and then bringing in people so you can focus on what is important for the business to grow.

Everyone has a few business ideas in their heads, it's just a matter of implementation although that might sound overwhelming, the process is pretty straightforward and simple.

10. Come up with such an original crazy idea that it might just work

If those ideas previously mentioned are pretty straightforward, this time I'm encouraging you to look way outside the box and let your creativity free, who knows what might come out. There's a guy who made fifteen million dollars selling rocks as pets to people, another who made 1 million dollars by selling pixels on his website for 1 million dollars each. The world is filled with crazy stories and I hope this list sparked an idea inside of you.