Jordan Malik is a successful serial entrepreneur, an award winning Amazon merchant and the bestselling author of several books including Amazon Seller Secrets Exposed and The Free eBay Products Worth Thousands That You Can Sell Today with a passion for helping e-commerce merchants drastically boost sales and profits. He hosts that Ask Jordan Podcast, a popular show providing free and actionable business advice to Amazon merchants. Jordan is the founder of soldouta.com, HonestOnlineSelling.com and FindSpotter.com.
Clear yourself of your ‘free time’, sit down and write a book.- Jordan Malik
When his company closed out, he had a surplus of inventory. This is when he was first introduced to eBay. eBay parlayed to selling products on Amazon. Success Habit: Remove yourself from all work for at least 15 minutes.
Jordan’s One Idea
Jordan has always been a seller on eBay but he realized that there was a lack of information to advice sellers how to start out. That’s where Jordan got started as a sidepreneur but when he was fired from his job, that’s when he did this full-time.
The core of Jordan’s business is his blog HonestOnlineSelling.com. It’s designed to help entrepreneurs start their own business. He has a resource page to help people get started. Other revenue stream comes from services and software information products.
♦ Overcome a writer’s block by hiring a writer on oDesk or Elance to rewrite a book – reformatted, copy the idea of the book and rewrite the book w/ your name.
♦ Or summarize a top selling book and extract the best points of the book and market it as a Summary.
5 Moves To Start A New Business
If they were to start another business today, they would concentrate on this key factor:
- Find something you’re genuinely interested in.
- Hangout with people who are interested in the same topic.
- Find out what they’re complaining about.
- Solve the pain that they’re complaining about.
- Find a way to monetize it.
What to do When It’s Your Turn (and it’s Always Your Turn) by Seth Godin
Secret To Success
Taking action. 99% of entrepreneurs talk about what they want do but only 1% actually take action doing it.