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In this interview we chat with Travis Petelle.  He’s the man behind several Shopify stores as well as Kingpinning.com.  I love how Travis has pretty much mastered the outsourcing and hiring of employees in house.  Personally I think in house is the best way to go if you can.  When people are working for you right there, they tend to produce a bit more and that’s a good thing.  He offers lots of great answers to the 10 questions and I think you’ll enjoy this interview with him.  If you liked it, post in the comments!  🙂

In this big hitter interview I chat with Don Wilson, the owner of Gearbubble.com.  Don does about  $1,000,000 a month now on his site and has created a lot of income for a lot of people, (me included).  He offers some great insights into business and his down to earth attitude is what I like best about the guy.  This is a great interview and I’m sure you’ll gain something from it.  Enjoy!

 

 

In this bigger hitter interview we chat with Phil Kyprianou, he’s a big online marketer based on Montreal, (just up the road from me).  He drops some great golden nuggets and advice for anyone to benefit from.  Phil is also running an “IM Summer Camp”, you can check that out too here: http://imsummercamp.com.  Enjoy!

Again if you have anyone you think should be interviewed, let me know!  I love chatting with the big hitters, they motivate and are doing what most of us cannot.  These interviews prove, that yeah, they’re just human too after all, not some cyborgs who can dominate because of some super hero abilities.

Nishant Bhardwaj is one big hitter that I really enjoyed interviewing.  His story is very cool and if you’re doing anything online in the ecommerce world, then this interview will be worth your time!

If you have anyone you think we should be interviewing, please let me know.  I’ve got a couple more scheduled but am always open to finding MORE big hitters to speak to.  The big hitter mentality seems to be much the same, they see something they want and they go for it.  Problems will arise, issues will always happen, but it’s how you handle them that matters most.