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Stephen Yeh shares his financial and spiritual ups and downs since his first sale on his eCommerce store. He was successfully making $12,000 a month on Teespring but eventually landed himself into $60,000 in debt with Amazon FBA. During the show Stephen speaks about his path taken in order to become the best version of himself while balancing a six figure income. We also talk about living a balanced lifestyle in Chiang Mai, bootstrapping on $500 a month, saving money to invest, scammers and fakes in marketing, and being conscious in an unconscious world.
Listen to episode 133 on iTunes, or your favorite podcast app on your phone.
Trevor and Juliana Fenner have successfully made over $500,000 in revenue from dropshipping bicycles. In this episode they’ll share their lessons learned from the beginning when they dumpster dove for products to sell online.
We also talk about the value in attending the Rich Dad Poor Dad seminar, good debt vs. bad debt and how they quit their jobs and collected unemployment. They’ll share their experience with getting kicked off Amazon, Shopify vs. Woo commerce, why they didn’t sell their website through Empire Flippers and if owning a brick and mortar store is worth the effort. They’ll discuss how Antons Dropship Lifestyle Course saved their business and allowed them to make their first sale in 30 days. If you are curious about moving to Chiang Mai, Trevor and Juliana share some of their favourite things about this paradise towards the end of the episode.
Listen to episode 132 on iTunes, or your favorite podcast app on your phone.
Nicolas Gregoriades joins the show to share why he quit his medical education business that was generating $60,000 per year. We ponder on deep questions like how to overcome your fears, is money the root of all evil, when is enough enough and if I were really poor. We also talk about why Tai Lopez gives us bad vibes and how most people miss the unseen rule of the game. Listen to the end to find out two things you’ll be surprised to learn about Nic.
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Freddie Trimble speaks on why he quit his 9-5 job and how he is now earning over $8,000 per month on Kindle Publishing. He also has success with Upwork, eBay Dropshipping, audio books and is now looking to progress in Amazon FBA. Freddie’s story of success will inspire you to quit your 9-5 in order to live the lifestyle of your dreams. We also talk why Chiang Mai is so great, how to eat paleo and what will be the next digital nomad hot spot in Europe.
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Johnny FD returns Chiang Mai after an epic journey traveling Europe where he searched to find the next nomad hot spot. Joining Johnny on this episode is Harold Ho who speaks about his recent success with dropshipping. Common questions are answered regarding whether or not eBay dropshipping actually works, is it sustainable and if Christmas is the best time to sell. Johnny talk's about his 12 day cruise highlighting pros and cons in Amsterdam, Belgium, Spain, Portugal and Italy. Listen to the end to hear Harold's advice for aspiring nomads eager for success.
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Chris Lioe is back on the show to talk about our Europe trip over the past few weeks. We discuss our experience with Uber's in other countries, coworking spaces and community, easy credit card options and why it took me all day to get a sim card in Berlin. Towards the end I share my Travel Like a Boss pro travel tip to make your experience much better while traveling abroad.
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Anton Kraly is back for another episode to talk about his new Dropship Retreat. We discuss group excursions, expected topics, masterminds, diving trips and why he chose Kona Hawaii, the big island to host this event.
In this episode Anton gives me advice now that I sold my dropshipping store for $60k. I do share my biggest regret from three years ago and why I prefer to only respond to comments on my progress thread. Lastly we talk about all the different package options to Anton's course, getting 1v1 coaching support and how to make a sales in just two months. Listen to the end to hear my typical morning routine while traveling and more information about my Dropshipping Internship and Partnership Program.
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Introducing the 3rd musketeer on our Eastern European adventure Phil, one of Sam Mark's fraternity brothers from college. In this episode we talk about our experience traveling through countries in Europe like Bulgaria and Bucharest while recording with no Wifi or cell phone service.
It feels like the perfect time to share stories about paying with a credit card in Europe, posting ads on Craigslist for jobs, and the return on investment when hiring and scaling VA’s to customer assistants. Phil then talks about one of his first jobs and an undercover agent to now owning the largest medical blood sample company. Listen to the end to hear why he travels on the cheap as a millionaire.
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Sam Marks and I embark on a budget traveling journey through Bulgaria. In this episode we talk about why you should skip Paris, London, Sydney and Brussels. Losing Sam's luggage and how it's affecting our travel plans. Why Johnny gave away half of his belongings to the hostel and why we're staying in Hostels instead of 5-Star Hotels. Keep listening for travel tips on where to go, what not to pack, and our plans for Eastern Europe.
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Michael Klepacz, founder of Natural Materials Unlimited, owns a company that offers sustainable hemp products, technologies as well as sustainable agriculture consultation. In efforts to further the growth of Poland’s hemp industry their products are made with European sourced materials and made in Poland with fair wages. Some products such as vegan friendly guitar straps, adjustable collars, leashes, soap, and hemp wick have an option to be customized, colored, or embroidered.
In this episode we talk about Michael’s persistent drive to build a successful business that is inline with his core principles. We also discuss Warsaw’s start up scene, benefits of business school in comparison to online courses and a key strategy when launching hemp products on Amazon FBA.
Listen to episode 124 on iTunes here or subscribe on your favorite podcast app.
Chris Lioe is back for another episode to share his recent success with his dropshipping store which went from $100 a month to $5,000. After originally living in California he now has traveled many countries while creating a life of passive income. We met up in Poland to talk about incredible experiences while traveling abroad and some major differences in costs compared to the U.S.
At the end of the episode Johnny shares his 3 travel secrets on the best way phone data plans and international sims, how to pay zero ATM fees when withdrawing money abroad and what to do to make sure your Paypal account doesn't get frozen when logging in from random countries.
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In this episode we give an overview of the newly launched podcast Invest Like a Boss with co host Sam Marks and how it may benefit all walks of life. Advice we wish we'd have when we were young including leveraging debt and how to use credit, owning stock, real estate, the purpose of college, the benefit of traveling and most importantly why you should start your very own business. We also discuss the importance of experience and how using an internship and mentor can allow you to learn and network properly to more effectively invest and launch a successful business for yourself today.
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Daniel Siemaszkiewicz is traveling Portugal while remote working as a Customer Success Hero for Buffer. We talk about some major differences between Lisbon and Porto like wine, food, beaches, and great co-working spaces to help decide the next nomad hot spot.
Listen to episode 121 on iTunes, or your favorite podcast app on your phone.
In this episode Shannon and I compare some major perks of living as a digital nomad in Lisbon Portugal. From the beautiful view, affordable living, co-working space, amazing food and the access to owning property makes this place so desirable.
We also talk about Shannon's progress in growing his online business and the benefits to sourcing help and signing on partners when expanding the business.
Listen to episode 120 on iTunes, or your favorite podcast app on your phone.
This week’s episode is a follow up with Max and the progress and development of his new projects to continue financial freedom. Excited with the new launch of his Bio Hack Sport Supplement line he shares some fast marketing and selling techniques.
We also talk about his productivity improvements since outsourcing some major tasks and Udemy course goals for the new Dropship Lab Course.
Listen to episode 119 on iTunes, or your favorite podcast app on your phone.
Brian Carraway, founder of Flying Squirrel Outfitters, is creating and providing sustainable high-wage jobs for skilled seamstresses in impoverished villages in Northern Thailand. We talk about his marketing strategies with Kickstarter and Udemy and some key feature designs that make his hammock unique from any other in the world.
Listen to episode 118 on iTunes, or your favorite podcast app on your phone.
Anthony Rigogliosi went from sleeping in his car to traveling around SE Asia with nothing more than a road bike and backpack. Now he's working directly under Johnny FD, the story on how he jumped on the opportunity and how he got himself hired will inspire you.
This episode goes in depth on when business owners should hire, how to screen applications, get the best possible interns and on the flip side, how you can score the best jobs and nail interviews.
We also talk about college degrees verses real life experience, buying happiness, affiliate marketing, becoming an overnight success and providing consistent value and offering solutions as an Entrepreneur.
Listen to episode 117 on iTunes, or your favorite podcast app on your phone.
Michael and I met over 5 years ago at a Muay Thai gym in Bangkok, since then he's been following my blog, listening to the podcast and after being successful with Kindle publishing that he learned from listen to episode 84 he joined my course Earnest Affiliate and already made back 4x his investment in the program.
We also talk about doing business in Thailand, dropshipping in the UK, reinvesting into Amazon and the benefits of outsourcing. Regardless of the doubts people showed Michael over the years he has proven to overcome those obstacles by simply believing in himself.
Listen to episode 116 on iTunes, or your favorite podcast app on your phone.
Really excited to have my dropship mentor Anton Kraly back on the show to bring the journey first circle. I signed up as a member of Anton's dropshipping course (www.AntonMethod.com) in May of 2013, exactly three years ago and started learning how to build drop ship based ecommerce stores. Today we talk about how I sold my first one for $60k, what I plan on doing with my other store and my future plans with dropshipping.
We also talk about paying credit card debt, travel hacking with spending limits and booking flights and hotels to earn rewards. Lastly we share our experiences when dealing with an overwhelming amount of criticisms and specific questions from people online.
Listen to episode 115 on iTunes, or your favorite podcast app on your phone.
Digital Nomad Nick Danforth dropped out of high school to travel and ended up building a million dollar company which he is the Chief Operating Officer for while on the road. We've hung out in both Koh Lanta and Chiang Mai, Thailand and talk about his journey, freelancing, building a big business while on the road and what the digital nomad lifestyle was like 4 years ago when he started verses now.
Listen to episode 114 on iTunes here or subscribe on your favorite podcast app.
Corey Michael went from working at the U.S. Embassy to starting and selling multiple brands off of Amazon FBA. He makes over $10,000 a month from his products and has sold two brands by the time he was 27 for over $300,000. In this episode we talk about why he doesn't consider what he does a traditional Amazon FBA business, the downsides and obstacles in importing a private label product and how much he reinvests into his business monthly. We talk about the pros and cons of Amazon FBA vs. Dropshipping and how much initial investment and final value you may get for selling each.
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Lacey gives talks to High School students across the U.S. and is currently in Chiang Mai trying to figure out how to bring her off line, in person income, online into the digital world. We talk about the 8 S's of Phenomenally U:
Take a listen to episode 112 on iTunes or on your favorite podcast app.
This week I hang out in Taipei and in the South of Taiwan in Kaohsiung with my cousin and with digital nomad Lubo Jurik. We talk about dating in Asia, life in Europe, life in Taiwan, the costs of living, what it's like for digital nomads, why Kaohsiung has the potential to be the Chiang Mai of Taiwan, and I also go on a rant about tradition, culture, and what we can do about stopping shark finning.
Take a listen on your favorite podcast app or on iTunes here.
Freedom of Time and Money is every Entrepreneur's dream and David Dang Vu has created just that. This week's podcast is live from a fishing lake in Thailand, where we talk about how the heck David has been on vacation for 30 days and didn't do a single day of work. We talk about his systems he has in place, his team, and how he was able to not only pay for his entire vacation but also pocket over $14,000 into savings while staying at a beachfront resort, eating out 21 meals a week, getting massages, and going on dream trips including scuba diving, caving, snorkeling. dirt bike riding and fishing. David is a serial entrepreneur with multiple businesses including running ebay stores, airbnb rental properties, a gift card business and his own course.
You can listen to episode 110 on iTunes here or download it on your favorite podcast app on your phone.
Sitting down with Dan Bell who is 55, and traveling the world, we talk about what it actually takes to retire, and how much money you need to live comfortably. This episode contains advice that I wish I knew in my 20's and is vital for people of all ages. Hope you enjoy it!
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