Below is a quote that contains one of el Furecat’s secrets to writing fascinating money-making emails fast.
“The way to make a good impression on other people is: Never consciously “try” to make a good impression on them. Never act, or fail to act, purely for consciously contrived effect. Never “wonder” consciously what the other person is thinking of you, how he is judging you.” – Maxwell Maltz, M.D. – Psycho-Cybernetics: Updated and Expanded – 35-million copies sold worldwide
So there it is, my friend.
When I sit and write an email, my focus is on writing something that appeals to ME, first and foremost. Something I think is funny, or strange, or inspiring.
In order to do this, you have to rid your mind of the people-pleasing mentality.
This doesn’t mean you deliberately set out to be an aaa-hole.
It does mean that if you are always worried about the impression you are making, you cannot find “your voice” and if you cannot find your voice, you running on the wrong track.
But how do you find your voice (or someone else’s you are writing for)?
How do you write FAST and have an absolute BLAST while doing so?
How do you make money when you’re writing to please yourself?
This may sound counter-intuitive to you. It’s not what you learned in screwl.
But I’m telling you, everyone I have coached who follows my way of writing emails, is an absolute ass-kicker. And that includes some people who, technically speaking, “can’t write.” It includes people who can’t spell too good – and use improper grammar in almost every dispatch… not because they do it intentionally (as I do), but because they don’t know the difference.
I just read a guy’s email who’s learned from me. He still writes “him and I” or “her and I.”
He has no clue that this is wrong. Grammatically speaking, what he wrote is supposed to read, “he and I” or “she and I.”
Even so, this chap is obviously forgiven when the orders roll in each day.
He understands that the money will come when you listen to that still small voice within – and AMPLIFY it without fear, worry, shame or guilt.
He gets it that when you let yourself out of the cage, you can expand your reach to previously unexplored terrain.
You can SOAR and screech.
Or you can ROAR.
You can be an eagle. Or you can be a lion.
Just don’t be a people-pleaser – the biggest inhibitor of great email copywriting.
I break it all down for you, with simplistic ease, in Matt Furey’s Original Email Copywriting Course.
You WILL find your VOICE.
And you’ll have FUN letting yourself be heard.
Especially when the cashola fattens your wallet or purse.
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