Profits without selling

Ask most people to name a super successful business, and they’ll probably mention hot tech companies like Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google or something else along those lines.

While a huge global presence can be a definition of success, it doesn’t have to be.

Nor does a business success story have to be a scrappy startup, inventing something that the world has never seen, and taking it to the stratosphere by luck and 100-hour weeks for every single employee.

If that’s your cup of tea, that’s great - and that means you will not have the slightest bit of interest in the following.

Because this is super under the radar… yet super profitable.

You don’t have to invent anything - in fact, the more “boring” your approach, the better. The closer you’re able to follow the system, the better. And the level of your skill doesn’t matter - you don’t need to be tech savvy or have sales experience to make this work.

You also won’t be invited to speak on any stages about your business. You won’t have to deal with any of the issues that plague most businesses - like employee turnover, for example.

It’s just a formula that you need to apply - and the more you apply it, the better it works.

On this training replay, you’ll see exactly what I’m talking about, laid out entirely:


You won’t even have to sell anything.

Yet this works better than almost anything out there… if you can stomach selling super boring things in super boring ways that also happen to be super profitable.

421 people have almost stumbled upon this and made $510,397,441 a while ago - and just recently, they crossed the one billion mark.

Interested? If so, check this free training replay right now.


Might not be for everybody… but if you get this you get this. It will change everything for you.

Let's all take a step back and look at Amazon

Why Bezos stepping down is great

Where will Amazon be in a year? Jeff Bezos is stepping down, there’s been talk about anti-trust lawsuits, and some pundits say that

Amazon’s luck may run out when the pandemic ends.

I don’t know about all that. I think Amazon is going to do just fine.

When you look at the numbers, in its most recent quarter (ending December 31, 2020) the company eclipsed $100 billion in sales and had $125.6 billion in revenue. That’s up 44% year over year - despite a historic hiring spree and heavy investments into infrastructure.

Others are worried about Jeff Bezos stepping down. It’s a somewhat valid concern - Amazon has been powered by Bezos’ uncompromising standards and legendary work ethic. At least, that’s the way it’s perceived.

However, it’s not the first time in the history of the world that the

CEO of a huge tech company has stepped down.

Bill Gates was CEO of Microsoft for about the same amount of time that Bezos was CEO of Amazon. Microsoft has been doing just fine since he stepped down.

Or take Apple. After Steve Jobs’ untimely passing, Tim Cook took over - and it’s been business as usual for Apple. In fact, its market capitalization was $360 billion when Cook took over, and today it’s $2.2 trillion.


Maybe Amazon gets split up, maybe it doesn’t. I don’t think that’s going to happen really soon - but even if it does, there will still be lucrative opportunities aplenty. Even if they split Amazon up, and let’s say AWS is going to be a separate arm, it won’t really affect online shopping.

As for “Amazon’s luck running out”... well, in my opinion the worst case scenario could be that Amazon’s growth goes back to pre-pandemic levels. Still pretty impressive.

What does all of this have to do with you?


Remember the over $100 billion in sales that Amazon did just in the last quarter?

Here’s the thing. Most of Amazon’s sales come not from their own products, but from “third party sellers”.

What’s a third party seller?