How to “Share What You Love” Online!

So let me go into the MOST effective way to share what you love with people online and get results! Have you ever heard of building your mailing list? Of course you have! So as you begin to build your list, you just need to start learning how to write effective emails to your list. And do what I do: Share what you LOVE with them! Not only that, as you gain more experience, you will learn how to transition into a topic that will help them and encourage them at the end of the email to communicate with you and help you begin to earn online! 


So how do you share what you love in an email? Let me get into it: 

I start out by thinking of something I’m interested in writing about. It could be anything. However, I love talking about sailing the most – to be honest. If a boat is in the conversation, my ears perk up like a dog that smells food! (LOL!). So I start off by introducing myself. Then I tell them that I love sailing and that I was just out sailing last weekend (for instance) and sailed through powerful wind blown waves that wanted to push me into the rocks. I write something that is true and that is interesting. Then I TRANSITION. I share with them that just as the ocean often has an “agenda” of taking me places I don’t want to go (such as the rocks!), so it’s the same with internet marketing. There are always negative things that happen to your business online. Here’s an example: new members can create problems. For instance, when I get a new member that pays and signs up but then has no interest in actually succeeding or following the training to have success. Its irritating and disheartening because I’m thinking “well this person’s not going to get anywhere! Not only that, they won’t have success and they won’t bring new people into our business and in addition, I won’t earn anything more from this member as they won’t want to buy anything else (such as advertising for instance), and they won’t bring anyone else in under them so I won’t earn the team overrides. And of course, I feel sad too because they will give up in a month or two and then have a bad experience. So you can see how my feeling of “fighting the waves” and “fighting online” are similar. I then transition again. I write something like this: 
“But you know, then I learned something. I learned that in sailing, you can get where you want to go by adjusting the sails and tacking (in a 90 degree angle to the wind for instance) and online, you realize that out of every ten people that sign up, only one or two will be really worth your time and to concentrate more energy on those ones. Try to help them but if they turn into “bad eggs”, leave them alone and move on. This helped me a lot!” So then I transition again to a ‘call to action‘, like this: “So now I want you to understand that life always brings struggle into the equation. If you’re wondering how I’ve managed to figure out how to have success not only at sea, but online too, just simply reply back with the subject line “tell me more” and I will send you more info.” 
See how I did that? That’s how I’ve managed to write about 200 emails and put them in my autoresponder over the years. But it all started by starting with one email. And I was scared to get started. I was afraid that people would unsubscribe to my list and even more scary was the thought that they would think my emails were stupid. This almost stopped me from learning. But it didn’t. I decided that it would take me a year, writing one email a day, to get any good at this. So that’s the route I took and after 30 or so emails, I started getting the hang of this…and you will too!
You just need a good autoresponder to get started. Here’s one of the best:

So now it’s time to think about what will you risk to achieve your dreams? The thing is, you don’t have to search everywhere to figure out the formula like Elizabeta and I did.


A mentor is the ONLY reason Elizabeta and I were able to pull out of being in a rut advertising for years without much to show for it. A mentor is the only reason I was able to figure out the five critical skills. It was the difference between success and failure online for us. And it will be for you too.  Want to know more about it? Go here



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Fast Tips Increase the Amount of Each Sale

Don’t Sell – Do This Instead

You’ve got a great ebook on dating for women, so you talk about how they’ll get dates with amazing guys, right?

That will work. But what will work even better is if you tell them their story – the story of how ever since they were little girls they’ve been waiting for the love of their life, their prince charming, and how your product will finally make that little girl’s dream come true.

You’ve got a great ebook on making money, so you talk about the easy money, the fast cars, the mansion they’ll buy. Sure, that will make some sales for you.

But do you know what will work even better? Telling them the story of how they’ve struggled, how they’ve always felt a little bit like a failure because they couldn’t afford the 2 weeks at baseball camp their son wanted, or the music lessons their daughter wants. Tell them the story of how their in-laws always looked down on them because they’re weren’t a good provider. Tell them the story of fearing they couldn’t make the next house payment, or of being afraid to pick up the phone for fear it’s a debt collector, or of lying awake at night wondering if their daughter’s friends would all go off to college while their daughter worked as a waitress all her life.

Offering benefits sells. Telling stories sells even better.

Increase the Amount of Each Sale

Do you sell tangible items? Or do you have a whole bunch of different information products to sell? Then pay attention – I’m going to show you how to sell 30-100% more on each sale.

This is all about human nature – we buy more of things that are limited. So if we see a sign that says, “Limit 4 per customer,” we are likely to buy more than if that limit wasn’t in place.

This also works in pricing. For example, 10 for $10 will sell more items than simply saying the items are $1.

So if you sell something tangible like vitamins, try limiting the quantity customers can buy. And if you’ve got a slew of information products in the same niche, you might try pricing them at 3 for $29.99 for example, rather than $10 apiece.

Fast Tip For Decreasing Refunds and Increasing Name Recognition

Here’s an all too common scenario – you sell a product and the next day the purchaser asks for a refund.

Or you sell a product, but when you send emails to the buyer, they don’t remember who you are.

Here’s a simple idea to simultaneously help you on both of these fronts:

Split your product up into 4 separate modules and deliver each one a week apart. This means you’re delivering your product over a 22 day period – still well within a 30 day money back time frame. The first module goes out immediately, the second one goes out on day 8, the third on day 15 and the forth on day 22.

This will reduce refunds because customers are waiting to get all of the material, and in the process they’ll tend to forget about the refund.

And because they’re expecting your future releases, you’ll enjoy better name recognition from them, helping to ensure they open future emails.

It doesn’t matter what you are selling, this app will help you sell it!

To create landing pages that convert, you need to have compelling sales scripts. You can get more clicks, more sign-ups, more commission if your sale script catches immediate attention.

Scriptdio is a new, first of its kind, groundbreaking app, which allows you to generate full-length sales scripts and headlines by simply swiping done-for-you templates and filling in the blanks.

It is using proven copywriting formulas inspired by the greatest known copywriters.

Sales scripts based on the same fundamental key copywriting principles, which are the base of Scriptdio frameworks, worked great for many businesses for over three decades and even helped many people to make sales presentations.

It doesn’t matter what your business is selling with sales scripts generated by Scriptdio.

It can work for all and any businesses and products, no matter the market niche.

It doesn’t matter if you are selling services or you are selling products.

It doesn’t matter if you are selling digital or physical products.

It doesn’t matter if you are giving away something for free to generate more leads.

It doesn’t even matter if you are just selling an idea or a concept.

If you want people to take action, Scriptdio is the software for you.

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The Best Way To Succeed In Business Is To BE In Business

“The Best Way To Succeed In Business  Is To BE In Business”

Now doesn’t that just sound like the stupidest quote ever? And yet I’m about to demonstrate to you just how profoundly true that quote is, and how it can totally change your business life.

First, a word of caution: If you are waiting for the “perfect” business idea or plan to get started, then you will never, ever start. Nothing is perfect, and there always seems to be another idea that is more intriguing, exciting, newer, etc. just around the corner. Yes, the grass is always greener – and if you’re always looking at the greener grass elsewhere, you will die without having started your business. It’s that simple.

So if you haven’t started yet, then choose an idea that is good enough (not perfect) and just START now.

Okay, back to the quote. Those of you who have been in business for awhile can certainly attest to what I’m about to share with you, and it’s this: Only when you are in business will you see the next big thing and the next big thing after that.

Let’s say you sell widgets, and while you’re pitching your widgets, you’re told by your customer that your competition is now delivering their widgets in an entirely new way. You never would have known this had you not already been in the business. So what do you do? You could run back to the office and moan and groan that your competition is leaving you in the dust, or you could figure out what they’re doing and then find a way to do it better/faster/cheaper. If you do, you’ll smoke your competition and grow you business. Bottom line, you  never would have known that your own business needed to evolve if you hadn’t been in business in the first place.

Another example: You’ve built up a terrific mailing list of people in your niche who love you and trust your advice. A red hot expensive product comes out that you and all of your competitors are going to promote as affiliates. But because you’ve been in business for awhile, you’ve got the list and the trust of those people on the list. Result? You make MASSIVE affiliate commissions that you never would have made if you hadn’t already been in business.

Third example: You’re coming out with your new product, and because you’ve been in business for awhile you have a long list of affiliates and JV partners who will be glad to promote your product. Had you not been in business, you wouldn’t have made these contacts.

Fourth example: You’ve been in business for awhile and like the smart entrepreneur you are, you’ve been saving money. An opportunity comes to buy out the competition – an opportunity you wouldn’t even know about, much less be able to afford, had you not already been in business.

If you haven’t started your business yet, start. Now. This month. If you have started, then here’s what you need to do – find out who your competition is and then watch what they do. You’ll get some of your very best ideas from watching others in your industry, as well as watching businesses totally removed from your own niche.

Don’t put your head in the sand. Always be looking, watching, monitoring, etc., what’s going on outside of your business. Because you’re in business already, you’ll be able to spot things you never would have seen standing on the sidelines.

And talk with your customers. A lot. Talk with them on Facebook, on your blog, on your forum and so forth. Find out what makes them tick, what they want, and what their biggest challenges are.

Just as you cannot learn to swim without getting wet, you cannot succeed in business without BEING IN BUSINESS.

You must educate yourself to earn all the time.

If you need something simple to get started, click on this link:

This program has worked for many members

You can’t go wrong checking this out today. Everyone is jumping on board. I use these principles, too. Even I learned them from my personal mentor.

 In 2019, James Fawcett wasn’t making a dime. In 2020 he literally went from zero to 352k.

You can see his case study and training on how he achieved it in The Breakout Code 2.0


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The Best of Zig Ziglar

We’ve lost the legendary sales trainer and motivational speaker Zig Ziglar to a bout with pneumonia. As you know he was an inspiration to sales people, businesses and marketers everywhere. He authored 29 sales and motivational books, including See You At The Top, and traveled extensively giving motivational and training presentations.

What better way to honor Zig than with a few of his own quotes?

Motivational Quotes:

“If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.”

“Every choice you make has an end result.

“Lack of direction, not lack of time, is the problem. We all have twenty-four hour days.”

“People often say motivation doesn’t last. Neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.”

“Your business is never really good or bad ‘out there.’ Your business is either good or bad right between your own two ears.”

“Remember that failure is an event, not a person. Yesterday ended last night.”

“If you don’t see yourself as a winner, then you cannot perform as a winner.”

“When obstacles arise, you change your direction to reach your goal; you do not change your decision to get there.”

Sales Quotes:

“You will get all you want in life if you help enough other people get what they want.”

“Every sale has five basic obstacles: no need, no money, no hurry, no desire, no trust.”

“Timid salesmen have skinny kids.”

“People don’t buy for logical reasons. They buy for emotional reasons.”

“Stop selling. Start helping.”

Personal Life Quotes:

“Money isn’t the most important thing in life, but it’s reasonably close to oxygen on the ‘gotta have it’ scale.”

“If you go looking for a friend, you’re going to find they’re very scarce. If you go out to be a friend, you’ll find them everywhere.”

“Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude.”

“If you dream it, you can achieve it.


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4 Things To Stop Doing In 2021

  1. Buying marketing products you don’t use. Do NOT buy another product on how to market or how to make money online if you’re not going to at least read it or watch it. True, not everything you purchase will turn out to be something you want to implement in your business, and you don’t know that until you read/watch it. But even the stuff you don’t directly use can be useful if you get at least one great idea from it. What’s not useful is buying stuff and not even consuming the content.

Seriously – how many ebooks and videos do you have sitting on your computer right now that you haven’t                    touched? How many softwares have you purchased that you haven’t used? Find them and at least glance                        through them or try them to see what you’re missing. You paid for it, you should get some benefit from it.

  1. Posting on social networks that are not providing a return on your time. Just because other marketers are on a particular social network does NOT mean you have to be, too. Take a good hard look at each social network you’re on, and decide if it’s paying off or if you’re wasting your time. Then act accordingly.
  2. Mistaking quantity of content for quality. Here’s what’s true – blogs that post several times a week tend to get more customers than those that post less frequently. However, here’s what else is true – crappy content does not get you customers, no matter how much of it you post.

If the choice is between quality of content and quantity, go for quality every time. It’s better to make two posts              a  week that totally knock it out of the park than it is to make 7 posts that are mediocre. People sign up for                      great content, they return for great content, and they trust the person who delivers great content. And when                  they   trust you, they buy from you, too.

  1. Going SEO crazy. If you can get enough inbound links, you’ll rank high in Google and you’ll get a flood of traffic, right? So you should focus all your time on link building, right? No. Building links to your website does not make a business. Selling stuff makes a business.

Further more, if you’re building micro sites just to link back to your main site, you’re filling your bucket with a              leaky spoon. For those links to be relevant, those sites have got to be good. How are you going to have time to              create good content for all those microsites? We just said quality is what counts.

So forget the microsites, and never spend more than 5% of your time in link building. Instead, spend your time           creating quality content, making quality contacts in your niche, and making your visitors and customers happy.           These 3 things will build your business – not a fistful of microsites or a link building obsession that robs you of             your time and enthusiasm.

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