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This is the podcast to listen If you ever wondered how to build a location independent income or wanted to learn how to build and run a successful remote business...

The purpose of the podcast is to interview and learn from successful remote entrepreneurs like digital nomads, expats, freelancers that managed to escape from the Matrix and created their own reality - remotely...

Topics we cover:
-> Outsourcing
-> Running a remote team
-> Freelancing strategies
-> Digital Nomad Lifestyle
-> Living as an expat

Visit:
www.remotepreneurs.com

Remotepreneurs Podcast Filip Will Stankovski

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This is the podcast to listen If you ever wondered how to build a location independent income or wanted to learn how to build and run a successful remote business...

The purpose of the podcast is to interview and learn from successful remote entrepreneurs like digital nomads, expats, freelancers that managed to escape from the Matrix and created their own reality - remotely...

Topics we cover:
-> Outsourcing
-> Running a remote team
-> Freelancing strategies
-> Digital Nomad Lifestyle
-> Living as an expat

Visit:
www.remotepreneurs.com

    Ep 36 : How to Build Your Amazon Store From Scratch with Riley Bennett

    Ep 36 : How to Build Your Amazon Store From Scratch with Riley Bennett

    When you think of Amazon, you probably think of it as a pool of millions of vendors from all over the world selling all kinds of products. That doesn’t have to discourage you from starting your Amazon business. If you use Riley’s tips, you’ll have a winning business in no time. Riley is an Amazon guru who managed to get his Amazon store from being a six-figure store with just a few tips & tricks.

    Starting your own Amazon business doesn’t have to be scary, read on to know why.

    Remotrepreneur’s Insights

    Perfect The Product – Any Amazon expert can tell you that the very first thing you need to do is to make sure the product you’re selling is top-notch. Even Riley advises investing time and money into perfecting your product.

    Get Educated – Amazon offers ways to get your product in front of the competition. Before you think of starting your Amazon business, take courses and soak up all of the info you need to know about owning an Amazon business.

    Your Business – You did your research, took courses and created or found your perfect product. Now, it’s time to optimize, communicate with your customers, listen to them, answer to bad and good reviews etc. You can find all of this information from Riley on our podcast.

    Key Podcast Milestones

    01:56 – How did Riley’s journey to success begin

    03:03 – Is Amazon still profitable?

    04:50 – How to start your Amazon store

    07:39 – The realistic expectations of opening an Amazon store

    11:04 – How to look for the right product

    13:52 – How many products you need to launch your Amazon store

    16:51 – What guarantees the product to win in the first 3 months

    17:35 – The best way to get reviews without getting in trouble

    18:36 – How you can find Riley’s Amazon store & course

    19:15 – How to protect your product and stay on the first search page

    24:20 – How to passively protect your product

    26:09 – How did Riley’s journey look like from 0 to six figures on Amazon

    28:30 – How does the digital nomad life look like for Riley

    31:36 – How to find Riley’s podcast

    Top Key Quotes

    “Amazon is where people buy sh*t online. So, if you ask me if Amazon is still profitable, is it still profitable to sell thing online”

    “The best way to commit is to go to school”

    “You do the product research. I recommend taking at least 3 to 4 weeks and I have the whole spreadsheet system in the course but you go on Amazon and you do the market research. You dive in and you’re swimming and trying to find dozens and dozens of weird niches”

    “Build a strong product. That way you won’t have to worry. Because the Amazon algorithm will keep the best product on page 1 and you won’t have to worry”

    “If you can get 1000 reviews, I highly recommend going ball out and trying to do that. If it stays at 1000 reviews with four stars, that would be a huge golden mote and that would be a home run. Amazing cash flow for years”

    Resources

    AMZ Elevate – Riley’s agency

    Theamazonmethod.com – Riley’s course

    Livin That Life – Digital Nomad Podcast – Riley’s podcast

    https://livinthatlife.com/ - Riley’s blog

    Socials

    https://www.youtube.com/user/PliesDaGhost - Riley’s YouTube channel

    Riley Bennett

    Remotepreneurs

    • 38 min
    Ep 35 : Getting Rich With AirBnB With Chris Thomas

    Ep 35 : Getting Rich With AirBnB With Chris Thomas

    Airbnb is a leader in the rental business all over the world. The rental business is booming. That means you can run your AirBnB business from anywhere and that qualifies for a great idea to become the successful remotepreneur you always wanted to be.

    To prove that, Chris Thomas is a special guest on our podcast today. He came from living on welfare to becoming a multi-millionaire. Now, he owns a business that makes a ridiculous ton of money on autopilot. He even wrote a killer book on how to make a fortune in real estate. To add even more success, he lives a life of luxury and freedom. 

    All you have to do is to read below!

    Remotrepreneur’s Insights:


    Reach Out to Investors – Chris managed to get investors interested quickly in his dream by contacting manually at least 500 people a day. In the beginning, sacrifice long hours of your day to reaching as many people as you can. Even if you manage to get at least one investor interested, you’ll be successful.

    Find Your Business Model – Chris says there are two business models. The first one is to find people that have a room, apartment or house for renting. Second one is to find people willing to invest in your business. The choice is yours.

    Additional Tips to Running an AirBnB Business – As a part of any business, it’s important to know your ROI, margins, gross revenue, costs for management etc. Chris gives his tips on doing just that on the podcast.

    Key Podcast Milestones:

    02:12 – How Chris went from welfare to multi-millionaire

    08:08 – How does a short rental business work

    12:30 – How much money do you need to start an AirBnB business

    14:34 – What to do if you don’t have the money to start a business

    15:42 – How do you calculate management fee

    18:00 – How long does it take to start earning money

    19:50 – Can you manage your AirBnB from anywhere around the world

    22:10 – How to remove yourself from the process of running your AirBnB business

    34:27 – AirBnB profit margins


    Top Key Quotes:

    “I reached out to 500 people - manually. Not InMail, Linkedin all that automated stuff. I manually reached out to 500 people in 48 hours.”

    “You’re a rentopreneur. You’re either going to apartment buildings or you’re going to somebody who has a vacancy in a house or somebody who has an extra room. If I was starting out right now, I would reach out to a friend or a family member who has an extra room in a house or their apartment, reach out to their listing person and tell them you want to add an addendum in the agreement that you’re going to put people in AirBnB. You don’t want to be a slimeball on his business.”

    “I come from the gutter. My companies are doing almost 3,5 million dollars. How is that possible? I’ll tell you why, right here and right now. It’s because I didn’t quit.”

    Socials:

    @getchristhomas

    @remotepreneurs

    Books:

    Short Term Rental Riches – Chris’ book

    Websites & Courses:

    Chris’ Website

    www.airdna.com

    STR Profit Academy – Chris’ course on achieving financial freedom through AirBnB

    • 42 min
    Ep 34: Cracking The VA Code With Nathan Hirsch From Outsource School

    Ep 34: Cracking The VA Code With Nathan Hirsch From Outsource School

    Everybody talks about outsourcing, but most of them don't have a clue about how to do it. They say just go hire somebody and he'll take care of everything, and when you do everything gets done wrong and you end up doing it on your own... That's how a typical remote entrepreneur hires and fails.

    I wanted to avoid that and that's why I interviewed one of the best outsourcing experts in the world - Nathan Hirsch.

    Nathan Hirsch is a serial entrepreneur and expert in remote hiring and e-commerce. He is the co-founder of FreeeUp.com, a renowned marketplace for hiring VAs.

    Most recently, he's building an educational platform designed to help remote entrepreneurs with all aspects of running a remote business called Outsourcing School!

    On the Remotepreneurs podcast, we've talked about outsourcing and how to hire, onboard, train and manage VA's...



    You should listen to this podcast with Nathan because he has hired and managed hundreds of VAs all around the world!



    Remotrepreneur’s Insights


    The importance of hiring – Nathan explains why you must hire if you want to grow and scale your business
    How to hire and manage VAs – Nathan explains the entire process of hiring and managing VAs effectively and efficiently
    How to create an effective SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) – What most people miss when creating an SOP
    Outsource School - What’s included in the Cracking The VA Code Course


    Key Podcast Milestones:

    02:47 - Nathan's Entrepreneurial Start

    05:14 - Selling on Amazon

    06:15 - How Nathan was forced to start hiring

    08:13 - How Nathan pivoted to remote hiring

    10:00 - Why FreeUp was started

    13:52 - When should you hire VA

    17:51 - Interviewing VAs Process

    22:00 - SOP (Standard Operating Procedure)

    25:08 - Managing VAs Process

    31:12 - Selling FreeUp

    34:44 - Story behind OutsourcingSchool.com



    Top Key Quotes:

    "Before hiring a VA, make sure you can afford them and have enough work they can work on"

    "I'd rather spend 30min interviewing VA and see they're not a good fit upfront, than wasting 3 months trying to make it work!"

    "Don’t assume anything, make clear expectations"

    "When you want to raise pay for VA use the opportunity to reset expectations and give additional responsibility with an option to back-out"

    "Don't manage more than 4-5 VAs"



    Resources:

    Nathan Hirsch

    Filip Will Stankovski – Host

    FreeUp

    Outsourcing School

    • 41 min
    Ep.33 : The Power Of Building A Lifestyle Clothing Brand With Jason Muncer (Mr Villin)

    Ep.33 : The Power Of Building A Lifestyle Clothing Brand With Jason Muncer (Mr Villin)

    Do you have an idea of what your perfect brand would be? You don’t know how to start or find the motivation to keep you afloat during the growing pains? Look no further because Jason Muncer is here to be your guide to enlighten you on how to do that.

    Jason Muncer (Mr. Villin) started out his early stages hustling for other clothing entrepreneurs and making their dreams happen. One day, he woke up and decided to do the same for himself. Why being bossed around when you can be your own boss, right? Jason pushed through the years of developing his brand. Today, he is the proud owner of a successful athleisure company called Villin, selling world-wide amazing pieces of clothing that represent more than a brand, it’s a lifestyle.

    If you want to get into the fashion business, with no money but with the will to succeed, this is the podcast for you!

    Remotrepreneur’s Insights


    Finding The Motivation – Jason talks about staying motivated through the difficult years of growing your business.

    Tips on Building Your Brand – There might be something wrong in your surrounding if you keep hitting road blocks. Jason will tell you the problem and how to solve it.

    Build Business on Passion – There is no point in building a business on something that doesn’t drive you. Passion should be your fuel.


    Top Key Quotes

    “The hardest part is getting past your own mind. I can give step by step on how to build a clothing brand but 99% won’t do it.”

    “Everyone tells me to come back to Earth but I think the only reason I was successful was because I was living in the clouds.”

    “It’s not something that happens overnight. People often think if it’s not working straight away then it’s not going to work and they give up.”

    “If I didn’t have anything to prove then I’d probably would have given up earlier.”

    “If I could give any advice, it’s just find your fuel. What is your fuel?”

    “I didn’t create a brand. I created a way of life.”

    “You shouldn’t work for your business, you should create a business that works for you.”



    Resources:

    People:

    Jason Muncer (Mr. Villin)

    Filip Will Stankovski – Host

    Jason’s company - Villin

    Socials:

    @remotepreneurs 



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    • 33 min
    Ep.32 : The Power Of Debt With Colin Yurcisin

    Ep.32 : The Power Of Debt With Colin Yurcisin

    Credit doesn’t have to be scary when you use it for your own benefit. Our podcast today is focused on how to use the banks to work for you instead of the other way around. We are joined by Colin Yuricisin, the credit card Robin Hood, who found a way to break the matrix and make debt a machine that makes you money.

    Breaking the stigma about credit cards, Colin breaks down his journey of leveraging banks to make him the successful entrepreneur he is today.

    Colin started his journey of ascension towards success with some bad investments that cost him years of getting out of debt.  He then decided to apply for a credit card and found a way to make banks work for him. Colin explains how you can use credit not only for your business but also for your lifestyle. There are no limits in real life, they only exist in your head. That’s why we are here to empower you to get where you want to get, business and lifestyle-wise, with other people’s money.



    Remotrepreneur’s Insights:


    Importance of Starting Your Line of Credit Card Early – Colin shares his experience when he first started out using credit cards and why it’s important to start early.

    Leveraging Banks to Work For You – The tables have turned and now Colin tells us how you can make banks work for you to build income and assets.

    Using Credit For Personal Use – There are hacks you can use to travel the world at luxury hotels using credit points, Colin is here to tell you how to do it.

    Importance of Debt – Colin explains how debt can be a good thing for your business and how you can make debt make you more money.


    Top Key Quotes:

    “I don’t work through a bank, I’m using the bank”

    “When you have a bank account, you have a debit card. A debit card is basically you just storing your cash inside of a bank. When you use a debit card, you’re taking out your own money.  When you use a credit card, none of your money is in a bank account, it’s not tied to a bank account. You are literally using the bank’s bank account because they trust you.”

    “When you first turn 18, you need to get a credit card. You need to start your credit history ASAP.”

    “Debt is how the rich get rich”

    “The more credit you have, the more trust you have”

    “Living in luxury, traveling for free, leveraging bank’s money for little cost. It’s just education.”



    Resources:

    Courses:

    EXCLUSIVE MASTERMIND – Colin’s private mastermind class

    Learn Credit for $1 – Colin’s $1 class

    Inner Circle:Credit Class – Colin’s credit class

    People:

    John Malott

    People mention:

    Grant Cardone

    Donald Trump

    Tony Robins

    Gary Vee

    Connect on social:

    IG: @remotepreneurs



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    • 41 min
    Ep.31 : Why Start A Podcast in 2020 With Dylan Welch

    Ep.31 : Why Start A Podcast in 2020 With Dylan Welch

    Modern media comes in all forms, you name it, Facebook, Instagram, TV, Radio, etc. The media market has a new member that has a well-deserved place as a standalone medium. Podcasting has become a growing trend in marketing and media for the last few years and there is a good reason for it.

    Dylan Welch is the newest guest on our podcast. He’s here to give us great insights on podcasting based on his years of experience in working with major media companies like ABC, NBC, CBS, CW, FOX, Amazon Prime, Roku, Apple, Google, and Spotify. Most of Dylan’s past experience is in producing over 1,000 television shows.

    Dylan took advantage of his hard-working years, collected his knowledge and invested into Dylan Welch Media, his own company. Now, Dylan provides end-to-end marketing, branding, video, media production, and distribution services for San Diego businesses so that they can reach a national and international level.

    If you don’t have any idea how to run your podcast successfully, scroll down.



    Remotrepreneur’s Insights:


    Breakdown of Today’s Media – Dylan breaks down different forms of media people can use for marketing their podcasts.

    Why Podcasting Became a Trending Media – Dylan gives his thoughts on why he shifted towards podcasting.

    Tips on Running a Successful Podcast – Dylan gives us advice on how to market and run your podcast.



     Top Key Quotes:

    “Figure out what you’re product or service is. Go out there and sell it as hard as you possibly can.”

    “If you’re a business owner and you have to pay ABC hundreds and thousands of dollars to air a commercial on their TV channel. Now, you can create a Facebook account and you create a video selfie-style or a photo, you can create a commercial and get it out to people completely for free.”

    “Podcasts are whole new emerging almost medium in a sense.”

    “You can use the podcast as a way to build new relationships with networks that you want to be in by providing them value and exposing them to the show.”

    “Everyone consumes their media in totally different ways and without stretching yourself thin you need to find a way to be on all of these platforms every single day.”

    “You gotta hustle & do it yourself or you can outsource the work and focus on what makes you money”

    “The media world, in general, is constantly changing. Look at how the Internet has completely revolutionized things. Right now, we’re talking at the opposite sides of the world and people any time anywhere can listen to this. It’s really mind-blowing.”



    Resources:

    https://dylanwelch.com/

    Tim Ferriss Show

    People:

    Dylan Welch 

    Connect on social:

    IG: @remotepreneurs



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    • 1 hr 7 min

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