There’s a collection of special reports I created and put into a book entitled, How I Went from Rags to Riches on the Internet.
Each of these reports previously went for $97 (there are 14 of them in the book), and they reveal the insider secrets of copywriting and Internet entrepreneurship that are timeless, true and above all else, classic.
When I recently went through these special reports, I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. Over and over I was unconsciously saying to myself, “Who the hell wrote this? This is incredible.”
That’s the type of inner dialogue that takes place when you read something that was penned with fearless flow, when you’re not concerned with other peoples’ opinions, when you just want to tell the bare-naked truth that no one else is revealing.
These reports are RAW. And they’re wallet-fatteners. The combined value of them is close to $1,500.00 – and I’m giving them away.
These reports do far more than tell the story of how I went from being in major debt to “living the dream.”
These writings also point you in the direction of how you can retire (or semi-retire) at a young age, if that is something you want to do.
I also have some other bonuses for you, that are immediately downloadable, when you become a subscriber to my epic Zen Mastery Newsletter.
I am planning on giving these bonuses to those who jump on this offer NOW – and then, within a couple days I’ll be pulling this treasure-trove of information off the Internet because it is just TOO GOOD.
So this is most likely going to be your first, last and only chance to secure your copy of these master-pieces.
Click this link NOW to get on-board, and I’ll follow up later today, sending you the July issue of Zen Mastery, which may very well be the best newsletter I have ever written.
Included in the July issue you will learn about self-development fallacies that DO NOT APPLY to having a super successful online business or copywriting career, and why you must avoid them.
I also teach you how to get started writing your very first email – as well as how to use your memories and personal experiences to create a cash cow that keeps on giving, long after you’ve milked it.
And then there’s an invaluable dissertation of the topic of bragging, tooting your own horn, of letting out a roar. To do, or not to do? That is the question.
And if you should be doing it, HOW do you do it so that it comes across sweet as honey, the kind that brings in duh money.
Armed with this information, you might just become yet another Zen Master, and/or best-selling author and info-publisher.
That’d be cool, eh?