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“Dropshipping” is one of the most used and abused terms in Digital Nomad circles.
It refers to the practice of selling items without keeping inventory on hand, relying instead on a third-party manufacturer to ship the items directly to the customer.
In our book Before the Exit, we reflected on many ‘thought experiments’ that we wished we had run before we sold our business in 2015.
One of those experiments was called ‘The Mediocre CEO Test’, which questioned whether it was smarter to hire someone to run your business than it was to sell it.
Today’s guest did just that.
One of the most widely read and recommended books about business management is Gino Wickman’s ‘Traction’.
When Gino’s team reached out to say that he had a new book coming out that was aimed at helping would-be and early-stage entrepreneurs, we jumped at the opportunity to invite Gino on to the podcast to talk about it.
On today’s podcast, we are revisiting one of our most popular concepts, and something that we’ve discussed many times over the years as a sure-fire way for an entrepreneur to live a little more frugally.
We’re talking once again about the “Entrepreneurmobile”, or how you can get a reliable car that is generally inexpensive to maintain and fix, and that can save you a lot of money.
Brian Miller is the founder of Easy China Warehouse, a third-party logistics company that helps entrepreneurs who sell online consolidate products in China.
Brian was in a rare position where he was able to see the Coronavirus unfolding from the onset of the outbreak as he lived and worked in Shenzhen, China.
Brian joins us today to talk about his experience in China as the virus began to spread, the trajectory that China has been on since January, and what the future could possibly look like for the rest of the world.
Today I’d like to share a letter from reader Kevin Marshall. He responded thoughtfully to a YouTube rant that in
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