Yesterday I got pissed off. Really pissed off.
’twas a good thing. A really friggin good thing.
Why? Because when I plopped my rumpus in a chair and began to write, the words flowed onto the screen with unbelievable ease. And I didn’t need to make a single edit when I finished.
Man, if I could just get upset more often, think what I could do, I mused.
Then it occurred to me that I do this “effortless writing” thingamajig all the time – on a daily basis, and it is rare that I am pissed when I write… but when I am, I don’t block it. I let it flow. And I’ve been teaching the flip side of this coin now for more than 20 years.
Yes, I’ve been teaching you how to put yourself into a calm, tranquil Zen-like state so the words come out with surprising speed, allowing you to knock out an email in less than ten minutes… an email that probably doesn’t even need much editing. More importantly, the copy sizzles and sells.
I’m not against planning and strategizing what you’re going to write in your emails, other than the time it consumes and how it cannot match the power and precision of the flow-state method I teach.
True, some people don’t trust their greater nature. They fear that if they “let go,” their writing will not come out in an engaging and prosperous way. I don’t agree. At all.
There’s a force in this Universe that knows things you don’t, and works in ways that you cannot fathom.
I have taught how to tap into this “force” in previous seminars – and over the weekend I pulled the transcripts from one of my events, and went to town on it, adding a ton of detail on the Furey Method, that I have not covered before.
This material is going to make up the lion’s share of the November Zen Mastery Newsletter. It will be a “book” in and of itself, totaling more than 20,000 words – more than double what is covered in most issues. And when it does come out “as a book,” it will not be cheap.
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