The course, which included a 12 to 13-week online training module, promised to show me how to set-up and run my own business, with insight into the mystery of metrics, inventory management, listing how-tos, and seamless order fulfillment. I wouldn’t need products, a warehouse, or packaging tape. I would only need a computer, which I had.
So in September of 2020, I decided: “Why not give it a try?” I felt compelled to jump on this bandwagon. Because what did I have to lose? If I could achieve a mere fraction of what other’s had accomplished, I’d be set. It all seemed too good to be true. But I was sold.
And I’m still surprised to say, it worked. The course was easy to understand, relatable, and it never bombarded or overwhelmed me with unnecessary information. In just a few weeks, I’d become one of the shameless braggarts who’d genuinely succeeded in earning all of that unbelievable revenue.
But beyond profits, what I found most appealing was the fact that this specific program offered the mentorship and backing I’d severely lacked decades prior when I’d launched that Yahoo store on my own.