My daughter, Faith, finished her first semester of screwl in May. And this summer I am teaching how to be an ass-kicking email copywriter.
This is a touchy subject. Oftentimes, it’s not a good idea for parents to be the teachers of their children, especially when it comes to sports. It’s usually better to find someone else to do the teaching, even if you’re the whirld’s greatest. But it isn’t all that easy to find someone you trust, someone who will do a great job.
Ask Joe Montana. He’s one of the greatest quarterbacks of all times. Yet he hired a coach to teach his son.
I love teaching people email copywriting, mainly because I can turn someone into a pro in record time. I do this by simplifying the process almost to the point of ridiculousness, making it super easy to learn.
You still need to practice and hone the craft. I’m still learning myself.
Staying in learning mode is a life-long endeavor.
And what I’ve learned over the years has helped me teach my daughter how to write incredible email copy. When you’re dealing with your children, it is NOT the same as teaching someone else. You better be smart about how you go about it, otherwise you’ll be sorry.
You might also wonder if email copywriting is something you can learn and/or pass onto your children.
How about a “Hell YES.”
You’ll discover how, and then some, in the July issue of Zen Mastery, which goes out tonight.
There’s still time to get this issue. The doors are closing soon.