That was one of the main reasons I wanted to be a part of this FBA world.
Not a freedom of being independently wealthy, although that is possible and will be bad-ass when it happens, but more so the lifestyle freedom so often muttered about when talking about internet businesses.
This past week I was in Florida with my family. While there I had TERRIBLE wifi connection and was hardly able to get online consistently. I could connect, but it took so long to load things that I quickly lost patience and wanted to go back to playing with the kids.
But guess what?
I was still able to get some work done.
Because I needed to. I cannot just sit and not feel productive. I needed to get things done to further move me into place to reach my goals.
Gotta have them!
Well, not technically, but it certainly does increase the likelihood of success.
I was able to get my tax id uploaded to a few liquidation and closeout companies, I did some bundle research and have two separate bundles all ordered, and I wrote up a blog I have for September.
But what was amazing was the fact I was able to create shipments in Inventory Lab that the prep center was able to ship out to Amazon for me. It is amazing what can happen once outsourcing becomes a part of the normal routine.
Next week I will go through the steps necessary for starting a business legally, and a few tax benefits of getting a tax reseller id and what that actually means.
For now though, I need to catch back up on shipping what came to my house while I was gone, because even though I did get to make some sales while I was on vacation, it doesn’t mean I get to stop now that I am home!