27: How to Work Smarter and Build a Successful Online Store


Jason Weisenthal is a down to earth family guy from Maryland who started a small decal business out of his basement less than 3 years ago and has since built it into a 7 figure e-commerce business. WallMonkeys.com is now a leader in the world of wall decals.

Companies: Jason’s online store can be found here:


Episode 27 Show Notes – In this episode Jason talks about

  • Bootstrapping for the first 2 years
  • How to work when you are productive
  • How to find your rhythm
  • Balancing work with the family
  • What increased sales to $30,000 per month in the beginning
  • Great Shopping carts to start and e-commerce store Big Commerce, Shopify, Magento, and Open Cart

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Items mentioned in this podcast include:

Jason’s Favorite Books

The Millionaire Next Door– Amazon Link

The Millionaire Next Door – Audio Version

Upside Down Selling – Ian Altman

James Altucher – Choose Yourself

Find Jason on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wallmonkeys

Find Jason on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/Wallmonkeys

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