My Week at Hustler's University: The Results Will Shock You

My Week at Hustler's University: The Results Will Shock You

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Joining Hustler's University
  3. Choosing the E-commerce Method
  4. Selecting a Winning Product
  5. Building a Shopify Website
  6. Setting Up Ads on TikTok
  7. The Results of the First Week
  8. Lacking Fulfillment Information
  9. Exploring Other Marketing Strategies
  10. Conclusion

Following Andrew Tate's Lessons at Hustler's University


In a twist of fate, Andrew Tate, the well-known figure, was released from jail on the same day that the Matrix movie was released 24 years ago. Coincidence or not, this timing couldn't be more perfect as I had just recently joined Hustler's University, his course and online community. In this video, I decided to put his teachings to the test and see what would happen if I followed his strategies in the real world for one whole week. Join me on this journey as I dive deep into the lessons and experiences I encountered along the way.

Joining Hustler's University

After signing up and gaining full access to Hustler's University, I was presented with six different money-making methods to choose from: e-commerce, copywriting, freelancing, Amazon FBA, stocks, and cryptocurrency. Since e-commerce aligns with the focus of my channel and offers a relatively low barrier of entry, I decided to dive into the world of online retail. With a wealth of content to go through, I wasted no time in immersing myself in Andrew's teachings.

Choosing the E-commerce Method

With a plethora of content available to me, I delved into the e-commerce section of the course. Andrew Tate wisely delegated the task of teaching to experts already well-versed in this field. I appreciated this approach as it allowed me to receive thorough instruction from individuals proficient in specific areas of e-commerce. After completing all the lessons, I felt equipped to tackle the real world and make my mark in the online business realm.

Selecting a Winning Product

Finding a winning product is crucial for success in e-commerce, constituting around 95% of the battle. The course provided me with seven different product research methods, each offering unique insights and approaches. Armed with this knowledge, I embarked on extensive product research until I stumbled upon a magnetic wall lamp that checked all the boxes: unique, broad Mass Market appeal, solves a problem, and added value to the customer's life. Confident in my choice, I set the stage for my e-commerce venture.

Building a Shopify Website

To kickstart my e-commerce business, I began by creating a Shopify account and opted for the one-dollar-a-month trial. With a simple and user-friendly interface, I swiftly developed a basic website for my chosen product – the Lumi Torch. Utilizing the Canva logo maker, I crafted an eye-catching logo, keeping the website design clean and minimalistic. My product page consisted of a concise product description, augmented with GIFs and images that showcased the lamp's versatility and functionality.

Setting Up Ads on TikTok

With my website ready, I turned my attention to advertising. Following the ad setup guidelines from Hustler's University, I meticulously crafted my TikTok ads. To ensure maximum exposure, I took advantage of Tick Tock's organic reach by filming my own videos and infusing them with a personal touch. Although facing a minor setback due to delayed product delivery, I remained confident that my authentic content would resonate with potential customers.

The Results of the First Week

The first week of my e-commerce journey yielded both promising results and unexpected challenges. On day one, I achieved $170 in sales, surpassing my initial expectations. However, profit margins remained relatively small, with only around $35 to $40 earned after accounting for advertising costs. Despite minor setbacks and fluctuating ad performance throughout the week, I managed to reach a total of $400 in sales with a break-even profit.

Lacking Fulfillment Information

While Hustler's University provided ample guidance on setting up the business and running ads, I found a lack of information regarding the fulfillment side of things. The course briefly touched upon using AliExpress for shipping, but I sought a more comprehensive solution. I believe sourcing agencies like dropship Agents could provide a more efficient and professional approach to handling fulfillment, allowing me to focus on growing the business and marketing.

Exploring Other Marketing Strategies

Although I strictly adhered to the tactics taught in Hustler's University during my first week, I believe there are additional marketing strategies that could amplify my business's success. Utilizing platforms like Facebook and Instagram, I intend to expand my advertising efforts to reach a broader audience. Experimenting with different approaches will enable me to identify the most effective techniques for my e-commerce venture.


In conclusion, my experience with Hustler's University and Andrew Tate's e-commerce teachings was both enlightening and challenging. Despite an initial shortage of Fulfillment information, the overall course structure and content were well-developed. The first week offered valuable insights into the world of e-commerce, and while I encountered setbacks, the potential for success remains high. I look forward to implementing additional marketing strategies and continuing my journey in the e-commerce business realm.


  • Joining Hustler's University to learn from Andrew Tate's teachings
  • Choosing the e-commerce method among the various money-making options
  • Conducting extensive product research to find a winning product
  • Building a simple and user-friendly Shopify website for the chosen product
  • Setting up ads on TikTok to attract potential customers
  • Experiencing promising sales results in the first week of the e-commerce venture
  • Identifying the lack of fulfillment information in the course
  • Exploring other marketing strategies like Facebook and Instagram advertising
  • Reflecting on the overall experience and potential for future success in e-commerce.