From IT to Kibo Code: A Journey to Online Success

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Your background

I have a background in IT and have always had a keen interest in computers. I’ve also been interested in wealth creation ever since I left school and finished the first book I ever read on the subject by Robert Kiyosaki. I started out with some property investing, along with trading shares where I did ok and built up some capital over the years. I then got involved in network marketing where I learnt a lot about the mindset side of creating wealth. I then moved into looking for something online, which is when I came across Kibo. Although I started in Feb 2021, I really only got started in July 2021 when I decided it was time to take some real action, so have only been doing this for 3-4 months now.

Why did you decide to join Kibo Code?

I was looking around for something which I could do online and came across Kibo Code and it made sense to investigate it further, but I was a little too late to jump on as it had already closed in 2020, so as soon as I found out there was a new course being launched in 2021, I jumped on it straight away which was Kibo Quantum.

Were there any roadblocks for you? What did you do to overcome these?

The hardest thing I had problems with was trying to get the time to fit in doing the required things during the day. As it was a large learning curve for me, I followed everything diligently and found that the systemised approach to the course was excellent. One thing that helped me get the time to do this was to go back to a mindset lesson I learnt around time management and that is if it’s important to your future, make the time and prioritise the importance of it. So I moved things out of my day which were taking up my time for no real reason (like watching Netflix) and focused on learning Kibo. I knew once I had it up and going to can get back to other things later.

Your tips for choosing winning products?

Get to know what people are buying on the specific marketplace you are selling on and see what the competition are selling. There is a lot of useful information taught on the course where they go through finding great products. Eventually you’ll learn what works best and what doesn’t the more products you research. The tools that are provided by Kibo do a great job of not wasting time on products which are not going to sell well.

Your top traffic and advertising tips?

Keep tweaking and testing different ways and re-adjust when things don’t work. Give it plenty of time to test also, so you don’t change too quickly. Understand the market and what sells and understand the numbers really well.

Your top 5 recommendations for building your ecommerce business?

  1. Don’t give up too early
  2. Follow the system that Kibo teach – it does work
  3. Learn to adjust and tweak things if something isn’t working
  4. Get your mindset right
  5. Understand that it does take work, but the rewards are worth it!

Any other tips or nuggets of wisdom?

Don’t get emotional, understand it’s a number game and write down goals for each month.

A day in the life of a top-selling Kibo Code student

I’m up at 4:30am in the morning, doing some form of exercise and then get ready for the day. I usually review the day ahead so I know what is going on and what I want to achieve. 

I’ll usually open up the computer for an hour around 7am to reply to any emails outstanding and catch up on anything left over from the previous day. I then head off to the office for my day job, and get back home around 5pm. Usually then take the kids to whatever sport they are doing that night and typically arrive home around 7pm. The rest of the night is then filling in orders and doing some customer service emails, product research activities and anything else that needs doing. Bed time for me is usually around 9pm.

Your best Sales Day, week, month…and how did you achieve these?

It’s only early days for me, but my best sales day would be around $1,800, best week is $3,950 and best month was $13,000 in sales. I think the main thing driving these so far would be having goals to hit and doing what I could to achieve them.

What advice would you give to someone interested in joining Kibo Code?

If you join with the mindset that you are going to give it your best attempt and that you actually back yourself to make it work, then you will succeed in doing so. Don’t give up too early. There really is a lot of extra value within the course that they don’t advertise and you get it as part of the course. There is a forum setup to discuss your journey with others and share hints and tips, which is very helpful, and the support team are there to help you as much as you’d like. They really do make every effort to help you succeed!

Our Objectives – 2022 & Beyond

Get a VA so I can scale my Kibo business to achieve 5-figure profit months on a consistent basis and then really start expanding into niche markets based on the things I’ve learnt from the course this year.

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