On that i would not do that. Aviation is very lucrative. You can pick up a lot of hours and manage your schedule the way you want to. I knew from the outset that my amazon business money was 100% reinvested. At the time i wasn’t writing and didn’t own that business. But i knew that i couldn’t rely [solely] on my amazon business. Karyn: how did you just know these things from the get go? It took me years to learn this. Christina: i mean. Trial and error. I wouldn’t say i’ve made all the right decisions. I saw potential and wanted to set myself up for success.
Not that i’m totally there yet. But i knew that not touching business finances early on can make or break a business. Success as something more karyn: what does success look like to you? When do you think you can sit back and think “i’ve arrived. I’ve done it.” christina: that’s funny because if you asked me this question eight months ago. I probably would’ve painted a lifestyle picture. I had this idea of the “laptop lifestyle.” the flight attendant on the beach in mexico for the winter. I envisioned that. Now that i’m where i’m at. I view success very differently. It’s more on a personal level – how far i can push myself?
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Things make life easier. I don’t necessarily know if it Comoros email list makes you happier. Christina passmore i think success for me is propelling my writing business forward and really seeing it become center stage – as well as scaling my beauty brand. Perhaps even at some point selling my brand. That would be more “success” for me rather than having “things.” karyn: i like that you’re thinking more in terms of fulfillment. Pushing yourself to reach deeper goals. Creating an amazing agency to help other amazon sellers and their business or expanding your beauty line. I think those are way more fulfilling goals and it’s important to think about.
Christina: it’s really transformed too. I thought i wanted all of those things and you know. I obviously still do. Things change. The more you get familiar with your goals. Favorite helium 10 tool karyn: do you mind if i ask how you got involved in the beautiful world of helium 10. Our community. And our tools? Christina: helium 10 has been a part of my business trajectory since i started. I watched a lot of tatiana james early on. I wouldn’t have even thought not to use helium 10. And now that i’m writing. It’s such a crucial component to listing creation. Christina passmore karyn: what’s your favorite helium 10 tool?
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Christina: i think it’s such an ingenious little invention. If you’re writing listings. I don’t know how you’d do it without scribbles. Advice for new sellers karyn: in closing. Can you give one tip or piece of advice to people just starting out on amazon. Christina: two tips. One would be not to quit… even if you find yourself in a situation with an unsuccessful product. It doesn’t mean there’s not another great product out there. The second tip would be to think more outside the box.
There’s a lot of data analysis that goes into amazon. Which we need – it’s important. But the minute you get so hung up on numbers. Patterns. And programming… it becomes easy to get sidetracked from creativity. Keep in mind that selling on amazon does require differentiation – which is creative. Christina passmore karyn: is there anything special you are doing to prepare for the holiday season on amazon? Christina: i’m just trying to hang on to inventory! I think there’s a lot of us in that situation… we’re excited for q4. It’s gonna be big we think. At the same time.