David Arnett is a young entrepreneur, a visionary, who created, owned and consulted dozens of businesses over the course of eight years. At a young age of 25, he has achieved so much that many older and college educated people could only wish they could have done. What’s even more surprising about his success is because he only spent one semester in college before finally deciding that it wasn’t for him. Instead of spending for college, what he did was to venture and keep himself educated by books like Rich Dad Poor Dad and Tim Ferriss’s the Four Hour Work Week. To cut the long story short, David’s sleepless nights researching and learning about ecommerce became his expressway to success. But the journey wasn’t without struggles and never was his success achieved overnight.”Never say I can’t but how can I.”, that’s the mantra that kept David in the path to his goal.

Key takeaways you’ll learn in this interview:

  • Maximize the resources you have
  • How and when to call it quits
  • Why he thinks “Rich people have big libraires and poor people have large TV’s”
  • How he learned selling on Amazon and eBay
  • Overcoming challenges
  • How he overcame the I’ll-do-it-all mentality so he can grow his business
  • How to start an Amazon business
  • How he found out college wasn’t for him
  • Why you ought to get a coach
  • David’s biggest sacrifice as an entrepreneur
  • Tips on business automation

Resources mentioned:

Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Where to learn more about David:

FBA Training Guide
Team with David
Check out David on Facebook