A few months back I booted up my Facebook (aka Farcebook) for two reasons:
1) To join a virtual mastermind group I’m a part of (which turned out to be a very wise business decision)
2) A client has a Facebook group which is like a “hidden profit center” and some of the best market research a man could ask for (not the point of this email, but a little lesson in and of itself).
One of the side benefits of logging in a few times a week for market research is I get to see my clients off galavanting and having fun.
One of them was posting about spear fishing with an old friend… and another is always taking his family out to eat at cute cafes and spending quality time with them.
Truth be told, at first it pissed me off.
“They’re out there having fun while I’m here slaving away writing all their emails!?!”
But it soon hit me:
“Uhhh, that’s sorta the point.”
That’s the reason they started their biz, built it like it is, and hired me.
They want to make more money, while still having more free time to do the things they love.
And I’m happy to help them do that.
Now obviously they did a ton of work to build their business before they ever met me. So I can’t take the credit.
But they did tell me they are very pleased with the copy, the sales we’ve made, and that they haven’t had to spend time writing their emails, which gives them more time to focus on the “big bucks” tasks only they can do.
Like talking with JV partners and affiliates… creating new products… coaching their students… and so on.
What does this have to do with you?
Not much I suppose.
Unless you are planning on hiring me or another copywriter.
If so, read this closely:
I can’t promise you that hiring me will give you a lifestyle business.
It largely depends on the business you already have.
But I can promise that hiring me will take your email copy off your plate while most likely making more sales, so you can spend more time with your family, friends, and hobbies, and doing the things that will grow your business exponentially over time.
Then just click this link: