Amazing Selling Machine creator:
You may or may not know this, but Matt Clark has done extremely well on Amazon over the years. Last year he made over $3,000,000 in profits. His business partner Jason. Even though he was fairly new to this business, he was able to bring in over $2,000,000 on Amazon. In this lesson you will learn how Jason was able to get their so fast.
Students of Matt and Jason have been extremely successful as well. Please note that no matter how PROVEN and EFFECTIVE this system is, or how BIG the opportunity that you are about to learn about is, many people still do noting with it and get no results. Your results will depend on how much time and effort you invest, the amount of skill you develop, and other factors. A lot is very possible with this business model, however, and that is what you are going to learn about now
Matt Clark is the epitome of the super successful entrepreneur. Graduating Summa Cum Laude from the University of Houston in 2008, the 25-year-old author, start-up genius and motivational speaker has great educational credentials and has achieved more worldly success than people twice or even triple his age. Frequently appearing in Forbes, Killer Startups and Idea Mensch, Clark youth has not stopped him from moving to the forefront of business advisement across the country.
How did Clark’s business life start? What has he developed? What is he doing now? Answering these questions may give some insight on what makes this young man tick.
An interest that began in teen years
Clark says his tremendous interest in things entrepreneurial had its origins in simple reading. He was a 15-year-old high school student in Austin, Texas when, on his own, Clark began devouring books on how to run a business.
Also, he credits his father with helping him succeed. He says his dad is an outstanding model of how to live life well although the elder Clark does not exhibit the extreme gifting his son has for building winning enterprises from the ground up.
Education and physical fitness gave a solid foundation
As a student, Clark studied at the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Houston. He graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2008 and began an online health product distribution business at the age of 22. The business, called Internal Insight, currently employs hundreds of people across the United States.
A health enthusiast who preaches and practices good nutrition, regular sleep habits and training in self-defense, Clark pursues Krav Maga in his spare time. Krav Maga is an endurance and self-defense training system used by military trainers in the United States and abroad to sharpen physicality and mental sharpness. Clark claims that if he were not following the path of entrepreneurship, he would be in military special operations.
Clark emphasizes that his disciplined lifestyle habits may take time from his business pursuits but also benefit the ventures because he feels revved up to face the mental and emotional challenges of running and starting multiple and multi-million dollar enterprises. He tells those he mentors that recreation and stopping the workday and emails at a reasonable hour help him maintain creativity and focus.
His other businesses
Clark’s Zanthia Apps business became wildly popular a few years ago, and he has many fitness apps for iPhone and iPad available at outlets such as iTunes. Topics include weight loss and cardio and abs workouts. Some are available free of charge, keeping with Clark’s idea that good product, reasonable priced and measurably promoted, boosts the entire venture.
A relationship with Amazon
Even with the success of his other businesses, Clark saw a need to capitalize on the reach and success of online marketer Amazon. Clark has devised a series of classes called the Amazing Selling Machine. Through 8 weeks of online instruction and a 3-day live event, Clark teaches aspiring and current business owners to use the tools available through Amazon to sell their products.
Clark loves how Amazon has used the Kindle e-reader to grow advertising opportunities exponentially. He shows his Amazing Selling Machine students to de-emphasize the brick and mortar element of business and to use the wholesale and private label component of many of the products that Amazon offers online. He says drop shipping boosts revenues and cuts down on traditional business expenses such as rent.
The thread that runs through all Clark’s endeavors is his interest and passion invested in the product or service he is offering. He advises aspiring business people, who he routinely connects with on Twitter and other social media, to pursue in business only what they love. He believes this is absolutely key to the launch and long-term success of any venture.