I Get It, You’re Afraid…

…we all are.

Deep inside that noggin of yours you’re afraid of a few things…two biggies are
failure and success.

That’s why a lot of people jump from one product to another and never have any success.

They’re not mentally right before they whip out the credit card.

Consciously they’re thinking…

‘That product’s guaranteed to get me 100 subscribers a day, I’ll buy it.’

Unconsciously they’re thinking…

‘You know you’ll have to email those people. What if you make a fool of yourself sending boring and stupid emails?’

Consciously they’re thinking…

‘Wow, a thousand Instagram followers in 28 days, that’s for me.’

Unconsciously they’re thinking…

‘A thousand? What have you got that could keep a thousand followers following you for even five minutes?’

Consciously they’re thinking…

‘I just have to get this video in front of ten offline clients and they’ll be
snapping my hand off for this SEO service.- I’ll get it.’

Unconsciously they’re thinking…

‘How many get rich schemes have you bought this month? Can you
really imagine someone giving you a thousand bucks to let you work
on their SEO problems?’

See a pattern here?

It’s like driving with the handbrake on.

You may get to where you’re going, but it’s going to take an awful amount of effort to get there.

If this is you, do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of Psycho-Cybernetics.

It’ll help you get your head straight.

Then when you’re ready, take yourself over to the WriteCome
membership area where you can make good use of your new
mindset to go out and kick butt.

Butt kicking training school.

PS – We only use this for good, though. Anyone turning to the
dark side will be expelled.

The Number One Reason You’re Not Selling As Much As You Could

…I was listening to a podcast recently where the host was visiting his doctor, and this conversation took place…

‘By the way, there’s a pill you can take that helps with your heart problem, and can improve your longevity by up to 10 years, …it only costs about three bucks
a month.’

‘Wow, is this new?’

‘No, it’s been out a few years.’

‘And I’ve been coming here two years and you never thought to tell me
in that time?’

‘I didn’t want to come across as too salesy.’


How would you feel in that situation?

Someone’s got a solution to your problem, or got something that
could benefit you and they keep it to themselves.

Would it be ‘too salesy’ if they said…

‘You know that poor book sales problem you’ve got, I’ve got a piece of software that could boost your book sales.’


‘I know the perfect place you could advertise your t-shirt store and I know
you’ll make lots of sales. – I’ve got a book that’ll walk you through the whole process.’

Would that be too salesy?

Helping to provide a solution to those people, with your book, product, or course?

If you’ve got something that can genuinely make a difference to
people’s lives, why would you keep it to yourself?

If you don’t push your products then there’s a part of you that doesn’t
believe that it’s good enough.

‘But I do…I do…,’ you say.

Well then…

….less of the tip toeing around with the please click my ‘Buy Now’ button mentality…

….or the email subscription box that has the vague ‘Click to learn more’
or ‘Click to get started’ message on it.

If you’ve got a great fiction book, an amazing coloring book, a quality t-shirt,
or a digital product, that can add something to someone’s life…you’re
doing a disservice to those people by not making them aware of it.

If it’s crap…then you’re being salesy.

If it does what it says on the tin… then you’re morally obliged to tell people
about it.

How happy would you ‘coloring book authors’ be if I knew a way to make
cheap images and kept it to myself?

I bet you’re glad I didn’t.

Now go out there with your hands on your hips and say out loud and proud…

‘You want a solution to your problem…I’ve got what you need.’

Now for my non salesy message.

If you want to speed up your coloring book production,
and get your hands on over 6700 fonts, go here…


PS – It’s going up in price tomorrow. Because it’s still going too cheap.

Why? See how long it takes you to put over 6700 fonts together.

That’s why.

Google’s Changing The Game Again…

…whether you care or not, Google’s changing the game for a lot of internet marketers.

In a bid to tidy up the search results once more, they’re targeting spammy
sites that feature lots of ads and pop ups.

I can see why they’re doing it…there’s nothing worse than landing on a web page that’s got fifty ads all looking for you attention….when you’re looking for
an answer to a question.

And I can see a lot people’s earnings going down the tube because of it.

Facebook is also changing how their news feed is going and featuring less
content that people don’t want to see.

Again, people are going to lose out because of it, and it’s wake up call.

At the end of the day, if you’re playing ball in someone else’s backyard, there’s nothing stopping them picking up the ball and leaving you with nothing.

But if you own the yard and the ball, you’re in control of what goes on there.

If you haven’t got a website with a domain name you own, get one.

If you haven’t got an email list, start making one.

And if you’re featuring all your products on one site, make sure you have a
backup plan if anything happens.

I might sound like ‘Chicken Little’ telling you that the sky’s falling down
but it’s better to be in control than not.

A few weeks from now there’s going to be a lot of girls and boys going home
with tears in their eyes that that big ole nasty Google took their ball home with them.

I don’t want something like that to happen to you.

Make some plans.

I mightn’t have lumber or footballs in the WriteCome membership area,
but I can give you the hammer and nails to get you started.


PS – How well you play football is another matter.