Ann has seen great success in running a business with her family, so she made it her goal to strengthen the family economy, helping them solidify their financial needs and own a business that is entirely in their control.
“If they have their financial needs met via a business… they can better self-actualize into these higher callings that they want to follow.”
– Ann Sieg
A job does not equal security… and doing business online is not in everyone’s comfort zone. Problems will arise, things will change. Learning how to adapt is the #1 skillset you need to have in 2020. There has been a huge shift towards e-Commerce in 2020 and more people are shifting their businesses online or starting one. Are you one of them?
Top 3 tips for new and evolving entrepreneurs:
- Training/Mentorship: Have a mentor inside of the business model that you’re pursuing.
- The Mental Discipline of Focus: People who aren’t successful often lack focus. Schedule out your time and know which tasks are the most productive.
- Tracking: Evaluate yourself and your business to develop the finesse, speed, and productivity you need to update your goals and take educated risks.
We’ve talked with literally hundreds of people who’ve tried to build an e-commerce business.
Despite their best efforts and ideas to make money, they just haven’t been able to make it work.
The good news is, there’s a secret to building a sustainable business that thrives year after year…
After watching what successful businesses do differently, we’ve developed a system to identify (and correct) the exact points of failure in any past business.
We call it the Three Pillars of E-Commerce Success.
If you’re missing any one of these three pillars, sooner or later your business will collapse.
But when you have each pillar firmly in place, you’ll have a firm foundation to build a profitable e-commerce business that you can work from home or be run from anywhere.
From there, you have some enviable options…
Either keep the business running on its own steam, pass it on as a legacy business for your children or grandchildren, or cash out to an investor and collect your biggest paycheck ever.
Before anything else though, you’ve got to put that first pillar into place.
Hear Ann and Brian explain below how to build an e-commerce business that thrives, starting with the first pillar: Cash Flow – Jumpstart your business and keep it going!