Business:Management & Marketing
Today we meet an instructor at Missouri State University, Dana Fredrick who is excitedly introducing concepts from the Proven Amazon Course into the classroom at Missouri State University. As a fellow business building warrior I thought you'd be interested to hear the perspective of someone from a "traditional" educational institution on how they view Ecommerce opportunities and specifically how they are applying the PAC to their entrepreneurship educational program. We are in talks with a good handful of universities right now and will have more updates for you soon on this rapidly developing story. We were honored when Dana sought us out to talk about the MSU vision for producing successful entrepreneurs using our content. Increasingly, PAC is establishing itself as the cutting edge content of choice in the Amazon selling space! Show notes at SilentJim.com/podcast
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#174 Single mom, hourly worker building her Amazon business
#173: Four simple questions that lead to great products you can sell
#172: Easily find underserved super hot keywords on Amazon
#171: Is that a "business" or "side hustle"? Why it really matters.
#170: Desperate? Earn $100 online today!
#169: Price increase coming soon on the ProvenAmazonCourse.com course!
#168: Over 50,000 of us are selling more than $500,000 per year on Amazon
#167: The free tool we used to uncover $240K in sales in 5 months
#166: Help! My spouse doesn't support my online business!
#165: How to balance work & life, long & short term goals, cutting costs & growth spending
#164: Fighting PTSD and building an Amazon business with his wife
#163: From zero knowledge of Amazon selling to her first $20,000 in sales
#162: What paradigm shift do you need to go from a chemical engineer to a business owner?
#161: A rant AGAINST the dropship business model
#160: Rock solid evidence that arbitrage has a very bright future
#159: Six tips to increase profits in your Amazon business
#158: Getting an exclusive deal on Amazon with a great product
#157: Fail fast to succeed! Your biggest mistake likely is a success story in the making.
#156: A simple choice with profound consequences for your business