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Nate Lind 7-Figure Ecommerce Seller, Coach and Community Builder 010

Nate Lind is a successful online seller that doesn’t just focus on Amazon. He has created relationships with affiliates to continue to push his products. Nate is insightful as a seller, a coach and entrepreneur. He’s here to share his knowledge with Jonathan on today’s episode of the Private Label Podcast.

Nate Lind Working for the Man

While Nate was pursuing his degree in media art and animation he discovered he enjoyed the pursuit of obtaining the business much more than the website development and production. he not only really enjoyed it, but he was also really good at it.

After graduation, Nate worked for the FAA in D.C. He had the most hellacious commute to work and he likens it to a soul-sucking experience. During this time he read Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki and it changed his life.

“I wanted to own my own business. I wanted to have passive income.” – Nate Lind

The book inspired him to get out of the blood-sucking quadrant of ’employee’ to owning his own business and enjoy passive investment income. Nate went from graphics and websites and video production to flipping houses.

The Apprentice

Nate went online and joined the Rich Dad forum at the time to network with other entrepreneurs. he found a group of investors that had money but no time. As a young guy, Nate had time but no money.

“I want something with mass appeal…is lightweight and can ship easily around the world…and I can create a story and brand around.” Nate Lind

The investors were his mentors and he was the apprentice. Nate worked really hard for the investment group. He was literally knocking on doors to see if people would want to sell their house. Amazingly to Nate, they did. He had learned to leverage other people’s money to benefit both sides and to scale.

Turning Experience into a Job

In 2008 when the housing market crashed, due to forces out of Nate’s control, he was out of a job. Now he’s got a mortgage, a family and a kid on the way. He took jobs at various financial institutions to put food on the table.

“I always start with private labeling. I dont’ want to be the first customer product of a strange niche.” – Nate Lind

Drawing from his experiences working the housing market, he was able to craft resumes for himself that resonated with corporate employers. He went from $68,000.00/year to $125,000.00/year and work remotely and avoid the horrible commute by the age 0f 31.

The success he was having working for others again sparked his interest in investing. Nate started looking around to see what was available. His first investment was with a direct response campaign manager.

To hear the rest of Nate’s story about success as an online seller and as an affiliate, download and listen to the episode!

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