Ecommerce Business Processes with Dillon Carter of Vendrive CRM
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Ecommerce Business Processes
Dillon Carter has made good money building an Amazon wholesale business alongside finishing a college degree AND co-founding a SaaS company, Goaura.com ! He has done this thanks to the power of having clear and detailed Processes in his eCommerce business.
Dillon and I discussed the power of processes, particularly as they relate to e-commerce and specifically, Amazon wholesale sourcing. The bad news is of course that some of us – myself included – are not naturals at creating and following business processes. The great news is – according to Dillon – is we can all get there – if we really want and need to!
- The powerful insight you’ll get by having a process and documented stages to your processes in your eCommerce business processes
- The power of identifying your biggest bottleneck in the business
- Why “Working in your business” can be a valid thing to develop your business processes
- Why everyone can build systems – and if you’re ambitious enough, why you’ll HAVE to get there!
- How to start with your biggest pain – and turn it into a system so you can get it off your desk!
- The importance of giving your staff ownership of a task or process once you hand it over
- Why “it’s all in my head” can be the biggest bottleneck of all – even in substantial businesses!
- The game that Dillon plays against himself to develop efficient processes
- When NOT to hire a person to do a task
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