At Reliable Education we only want to be working with the “right students at the right time”.
We set the bar high in terms of the quality of member we accept.
Here are a couple of examples of individuals that we find are NOT a good fit for our community or program:
- Those always looking for the 'Next Big Thing’ they have the money, but don’t yet have the life experience to appreciate the true realities of what it takes to build a successful business.
- The ‘get rich quick’ crowd also tend to get distracted by ‘bright, shiny things’ that are touted as an easy way to make big money. Building an Amazon business is not for everyone...it is not a 'Silver Bullet', 'Sure Thing' or 'Overnight Success'. There are no shortcuts and the ONLY guarantee we give is that, like any business, it will take significant time, capital and effort. That's the cold-hard-truth and if you're not comfortable with that reality then this is probably not for you. Better you know that upfront than be disappointed later.
- Arrogant, malicious, abusive, dishonest or rude people. We have a one-strike-and-your-out policy...life is too short.
- People who don't have the appropriate capital. Starting a business costs money, especially in a business that requires physical goods inventory. When we do your on-boarding approval call, we will ask about what capital you have set aside for inventory and other expenses as we don't want people going into debt to buy our program or not having access to the capital to execute on the strategies we teach. We would rather refund you and wait to re-apply until you have an appropriate amount of money ($10K min recommended) to start you business without financial or personal stress.
We are very protective of our community. In short, simply act in the best interest of the members within the Community and you’ll be fine.
For those that don’t, we have a one-strike-and-you’re-out-policy. We will not tolerate aggressive, abusive or racist behavior. Life is too short.
Being able to partner with the largest online retailer globally is not for everyone, but if you're prepared to do the work, play the 'long game', and you have access to the necessary startup capital then building a little side-business with Amazon may be for you.