Here's the catch;
Anybody can sell on eBay, Etsy, Offerup, etc.... Anybody can buy at yardsales and resell those items, BUT can they become a millionaire?
Most people look for deals to make money....spending precious time "searching". Some people buy storage units and sell the contents "fast". Doing this doesn't build a millionaire, it just gets them paid. I understand my tactics isn't for everyone... if you are retired already, you don't need to become a millionaire.
The trick here is about "numbers".
If you sell an average of $100 a day, that's $3,000 a month, $36,000 a year
$100 a day, that's $3,000 a month, $36,000 a year
$200 a day, that's $6,000 a month, $72,000 a year
$300 a day, that's $9,000 a month, $108,000 a year
$400 a day, that's $12,000 a month, $144,000 a year
$500 a day, that's $15,000 a month, $180,000 a year
$1,000 a day, that's $30,000 a month, $360,000 a year
$2,000 a day, that's $60,000 a month, $720,000 a year
$3,000 a day, that's $90,000 a month, $980,000 a year
$4,000 a day, that's $120,000 a month, $1,440,000 a year
$5,000 a day, that's $150,000 a month, $1,800,000 a year
Of course to sell these numbers, you need to have numbers..... so open an eBay store, Etsy store, or whatever store you want...and list, list, list.
On eBay, open an online store and post GTC listings. Once you post over $1,000 items, get the Achor store and all listings will be .05 cents...that's .60 cents a year. If something has sold before on eBay, it should sell again within a year.
If all your items were $10 each, you would need to sell 278 items a day to meet the million mark in one years time. Your daily sales will average a certain number based on how many items you have posted. The higher number of items you have posted, the higher number your daily average.
Sure you have fee's, the cost you pay for the items, but you get my point right?