It’s been a wish that my hubby would “finally” learn the Amazon FBA Business. It’s happening!
I can teach just about anyone ~ yet it’s impossible for me to teach much to my hubby. It usually ends up in a grumpy gripe session. Every had a time when you wish someone else could teach what you do? Yep, me too.
Hubby and I had a very long discussion about what “his” goals were for the next few years:
It All Came Down To “Bring Hubby Home”
What does that mean goal wise? Over the next 12 months hubby would like to dissolve his business (he has his own business that he is very with every day). We are gradually working towards hubby working with me in my business.
What is this going to allow us to have?
Freedom – Time – Fun
The freedom to work when we want ~ on what we want ~ whenever we want.
We love to work together (most of the time) and we think this will allow us to spend more time together and have fun along the journey.
First step in the process is getting him up to speed. Learning the Amazon FBA business from the ground up. Yuck!
Hubby knows a bit about sourcing and has sourcing apps on his smart phone. He is also a master at packing. That’s about it.
What’s a girl to do? I don’t have the time or patience to “teach” this newbie.
Jessica Larrew to the rescue! The ABC Bootcamp is perfect to train him fast and I can blame any frustrations he has while learning on Jessica. Priceless!
This is hubby in his Man Cave. He has Amazon Seller Central open on one screen and Amazon Boot Camp open on the other.
I’m sitting at a desk next to him working on my laptop, hearing Jessica walk him through his training (which is cool but a bit odd because I know Jessica so well and it feels like she is in the room as well).
I’ve been sharing Jessica and Cliff’s story with hubby for so long and for the last few weeks I’ve added in Scooter and Kristi Lofton’s story as well. He is excited to replicate the lifestyle and the possibilities are endless. 🙂
p.s. Have you been thinking about how to bring someone special in your life “up to speed and on board” with what you do? Jessica Larrew has the answer…