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The Amazon Files, hosted by Kristin Ostrander and Amy Feierman Amazon business strategists and founders of Mommy Income, hits the airwaves every Tuesday with the real truth about selling on Amazon. This show isn’t about sugar-coated reality. It’s real truth - the good, the bad and the ugly - shared with practical action steps and strategies to help both new and experienced sellers tackle the world’s largest retail sales platform.

Sep 17, 2018

Amazon sellers are constantly thinking about how to increase their revenue to build a more profitable business. As we enter into the Q4 season, it becomes critically important to stay well organized during one of the busiest times of the year. Not only does staying organized help reduce your stress levels, but it can also directly - and often, drastically - impact your profitability.

This week’s episode is part one of a three-part series on how to increase your Amazon business’ profitability. We discuss how organizing your business helps you save time, and ultimately, make more money. We share how systematizing your strategy for processing orders can impact your bottom line, how scheduling and batch scheduling your to-do lists can help you create a process for completing every task in your business, and how to organize your thoughts and ideas in a way that allows you to maximize your time while staying productive. We also explain how documenting your systems and processes early in your business can help you with delegating tasks as you grow and scale your Amazon business.

 

“Staying organized - or not - can drastically affect the profitability of your business.” - Amy Feierman

  

This week on the Amazon Files:

 

  • How your organizational skills directly impact your Amazon business profits.
  • How to organize where you place and process your inventory.
  • The benefits of having a dedicated office space.
  • How decluttering and organizing your workspace impacts your efficiency.
  • The importance of identifying and evaluating your processes to improve efficiency.
  • Processes and strategies for managing your paperwork.
  • Scheduling time on your calendar to handle administrative tasks.
  • The importance of documenting every
  • The importance of organizing your thoughts.
  • Why you need to avoid multitasking.
  • The importance of turning off notifications.
  • How writing down your ideas to review later helps you stay focused on important tasks.
  • The benefits of segmenting your time and schedule.
  • The importance of taking breaks throughout the day.
  • Using a business journal to evaluate your progress.
  • Trusting facts vs. feelings.
  • Breaking down large tasks and goals into smaller, more manageable steps.

 

3 Areas to Organize Your Amazon Business for Maximum Profitability:

  1. Organize your inventory.
  2. Organize your systems and processes.
  3. Organize your thoughts.

 

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Grow Your Amazon Business!

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