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How to make money selling on Amazon

From Jim Cockrum

Would you sell on Amazon if you knew more about it?

There’s an entirely different way to look at selling on Amazon that you probably haven’t considered yet, and it’s working amazingly well for so many of Jim’s earliest students.

Proven Amazon Course

CHECK OUT YOUTUBE INTERVIEW: Today you’ll meet one of our coaching students (he’s also a student) who, as a former high school teacher decided he wanted more flexibility and income. In this episode you’ll hear EXACTLY what he sells, where and HOW he sources it and how you can replicate his success. You’ll love his simple, powerful “hacks” that he’s discovered while using his free Amazon app!


This episode is arguably content that we should be charging money to share! No matter how long you’ve been selling online, this episode will give you two or three (minimum) new HIGHLY PROFITABLE strategies that you can start using today.

You see, if you know where to look, Amazon will tell you EXACTLY what high margin, zero competition, easily located products you should sell on their site for huge margins.

Brett has an entire team working for him doing just that – all day every day, and he’s built an 8 figure business using ONLY this strategy.

Brett’s team doesn’t spend their days looking for products to sell. They instead spend their days systematically uncovering the potentially millions of “golden gaps” in the Amazon catalog.

The “golden gaps” strategy course is easily worth thousands but we are practically giving it away b/c there’s virtually unlimited potential, and we want YOUR Amazon selling success story.

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Update on One Bethany West at Watters Creek as Kaizen secures tenant with 10-year lease

From The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M

ALLEN, Texas – Kaizen Development Partners has secured its first tenant for One Bethany West at Watters Creek.

Highlands Residential Mortgage signed a 10-year lease for 25,735 sf at the soon-to-deliver office building at 950 W. Bethany Drive in Allen.

The building is the third of five planned Class A office projects in One Bethany at Watters Creek, joining One Bethany East and Netscout at One Bethany.

JLL represented the landlord, and Mohr Partners advised the tenant.

Completion is scheduled for early July 2020. The tenant will occupy the space in November 2020.

Shaun Stanton named baseball coach at Prosper Rock Hill High School

Prosper ISD has promoted Shaun Stanton to baseball coach at Rock Hill High School Head Baseball Coach. Coach Shaun Stanton has been in Prosper ISD for ten years serving as the JV Coach for three years before being promoted to Assistant Varsity Baseball Coach.

Coach Stanton grew up in the Stanton Family Houston area attending Dobie High School, where he was named All-Greater Houston in both basketball and baseball.  In college, he played two years of baseball at Galveston College, where he was named 1st team All-Conference Utility both years. After junior college, he attended Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, to continue his baseball career.  At Lamar, he was named to the All-Southland Conference team both years as an outfielder.

As the Varsity Assistant, his teams never lost before the third round of the playoffs and won five of six district titles including winning the 2015 state championship. While serving in Prosper, he has also been the Director of the Drivers Education program at Prosper ISD for the last five years as well as serving as Department Head for both the Foreign Language and PE departments.

Coach Stanton and his family have lived in Prosper since 2011. His wife, Aimee, works for Prosper ISD and their children Cooper, Maggie, and Bennett attend Rogers and Rucker.

Prosper ISD Athletic Director Valerie Little said: “We are thrilled Coach Stanton will be leading our Rock Hill baseball program.  He has been in Prosper for a period of time and proven himself and his value to not only Prosper ISD, but to the baseball community as well. We are fired up about the expertise he will bring to Rock Hill baseball, Rock Hill HS and the Rock Hill community!”

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