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One of the earliest mentors in my career was Jim Koester, owner of The Gibraltar Trade Center in Taylor, Michigan.
He was the king, and I mean the king of wholesale liquidation and generating huge crowds to his Weekend Public Market. Some very good advice which he gave me early on about products and buying and selling in the liquidation industry was, "Don't look at it, don't love it, don't touch it. Buy it and sell it. Immediately. The other piece of good advice he gave me which came in handy when I owned my bookstore was, "Never confuse crowds with money. Time and time again he proved to be so "right on" with that advice. It was that advice from Jim Koester which helped frame in Dan's and my mindset for this "money-getting" internet marketing experiment.


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One of the earliest mentors in my career was Jim Koester, owner of The Gibraltar Trade Center in Taylor, Michigan.
He was the king, and I mean the king of wholesale liquidation and generating huge crowds to his Weekend Public Market. Some very good advice which he gave me early on about products and buying and selling in the liquidation industry was, "Don't look at it, don't love it, don't touch it. Buy it and sell it. Immediately. The other piece of good advice he gave me which came in handy when I owned my bookstore was, "Never confuse crowds with money. Time and time again he proved to be so "right on" with that advice. It was that advice from Jim Koester which helped frame in Dan's and my mindset for this "money-getting" internet marketing experiment.


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One of the earliest mentors in my career was Jim Koester, owner of The Gibraltar Trade Center in Taylor, Michigan.
He was the king, and I mean the king of wholesale liquidation and generating huge crowds to his Weekend Public Market. Some very good advice which he gave me early on about products and buying and selling in the liquidation industry was, "Don't look at it, don't love it, don't touch it. Buy it and sell it. Immediately. The other piece of good advice he gave me which came in handy when I owned my bookstore was, "Never confuse crowds with money. Time and time again he proved to be so "right on" with that advice. It was that advice from Jim Koester which helped frame in Dan's and my mindset for this "money-getting" internet marketing experiment.


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One of the earliest mentors in my career was Jim Koester, owner of The Gibraltar Trade Center in Taylor, Michigan.
He was the king, and I mean the king of wholesale liquidation and generating huge crowds to his Weekend Public Market. Some very good advice which he gave me early on about products and buying and selling in the liquidation industry was, "Don't look at it, don't love it, don't touch it. Buy it and sell it. Immediately. The other piece of good advice he gave me which came in handy when I owned my bookstore was, "Never confuse crowds with money. Time and time again he proved to be so "right on" with that advice. It was that advice from Jim Koester which helped frame in Dan's and my mindset for this "money-getting" internet marketing experiment.


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One of the earliest mentors in my career was Jim Koester, owner of The Gibraltar Trade Center in Taylor, Michigan.
He was the king, and I mean the king of wholesale liquidation and generating huge crowds to his Weekend Public Market. Some very good advice which he gave me early on about products and buying and selling in the liquidation industry was, "Don't look at it, don't love it, don't touch it. Buy it and sell it. Immediately. The other piece of good advice he gave me which came in handy when I owned my bookstore was, "Never confuse crowds with money. Time and time again he proved to be so "right on" with that advice. It was that advice from Jim Koester which helped frame in Dan's and my mindset for this "money-getting" internet marketing experiment.


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