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Done For You Emails April 12 – 18, 2015

[DFYE] 18th April 2015 “Do You Fear Failure More than Mediocrity?”

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Do You Fear Failure More than Mediocrity?
Why the Smartest People Don’t Plan
Daring to Make a Change

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In a recent commencement address, author Daniel Pink, offered some compelling insights about how the smartest people plan their lives…

“The smartest, most interesting, most dynamic, most impactful people … lived to figure it out. At some point in their lives, they realized that carefully crafted plans … often don’t hold up… Sometimes, the only way to discover who you are or what life you should lead is to do less planning and more living — to burst the double bubble of comfort and convention and just do stuff, even if you don’t know precisely where it’s going to lead, because you don’t know precisely where it’s going to lead.
This might sound risky — and you know what? It is. It’s really risky. But the greater risk is to choose false certainty over genuine ambiguity. The greater risk is to fear failure more than mediocrity. The greater risk is to pursue a path only because it’s the first path you decided to pursue.”
Have you chosen false certainty? Do you fear failure more than mediocrity? Are you pursuing your path only because it’s the first path you decided to pursue?
If you a life of dull mediocrity more than you do risk…MTTB is ready for you.
The real risk is to keep doing what you’re doing and expecting different results.
Choose a better path…



[DFYE] 17th April 2015 “The Alice in Wonderland Method for Online Success”

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The Alice in Wonderland Method for Online Success
Lewis Carroll’s Rules for Online Success
Mad Hatter or Cheshire Cat?

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Could the author of a fanciful tale about a girl who falls down a rabbit hole have insights for internet marketing?

Turns out he does.

In an essay titled “How to Learn,” Lewis Carroll, sets out rules of reading a book…and MTTB applies the same fundamentals to learning how to succeed online.
1. Begin at the beginning, and do not allow yourself to gratify a mere idle curiosity by dipping into the book, here and there.
MTTB’s 21 steps are set up to teach you IN ORDER how to make money online. No skipping.
2. Don’t begin any fresh Chapter, or Section, until you are certain that you thoroughly understand the whole book up to that point, and that you have worked, correctly, most if not all of the examples which have been set.

So many wannabe entrepreneurs want to skip on to more “advanced” topics before they’ve mastered the basics.
3. When you come to any passage you don’t understand, read it again: if you still don’t understand it, read it again: if you fail, even after three readings, very likely your brain is getting a little tired.
Each of MTTB’s 21 steps can be completed in about 30 minutes. No need to work yourself to death to learn the secrets to success.!
4. If possible, find some genial friend, who will read the book along with you, and will talk over the difficulties with you.

MTTB’s mentors will help you through the steps and make sure you achieve your online goals. No need to go it alone!

Don’t be “mad as a hatter.” Follow Lewis Carroll’s rules for learning…and achieve online success with MTTB.



[DFYE] 16th April 2015 “Compared to WHAT?”

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Are You Using the Power of Contrast?
Are You Using the Power of Contrast?
Context, Contrast, and Compared to What?

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Compared to what?

That’s a question most marketers don’t answer often enough.

They tout the benefits of their product, but never put them in context.

In one of the most famous direct marketing stories of all time, marketing
legend Rosser Reeves bet his associate that he could increase the amount of money
a blind beggar made…by adding just 3 words to the beggar’s sign.

The sign said “I am blind”.

Reeves added “It’s spring and…” to the sign.

Sure enough, the beggar’s take increased dramatically.

Reeves was employing the power of contrast.

The sign conveyed the message, “YOU are enjoying a beautiful day because you can
see, but I cannot enjoy it like you because I am blind.”

The contrast answers the question “compared to what?”

MTTB offers you location freedom compared to a cubicle prison
MTTB offers you time freedom compared to a punch the clock J.O.B.
MTTB offers you financial freedom compared to a hours-for-dollars career.

When you’re ready to take a step into greater freedom COMPARED to where you are



[DFYE] 15th April 2015 “Are You Looking for Problems?”
Are You Looking for Problems3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Are You Looking for Problems?
How to Succeed By Finding Problems
Bring Me Problems, Not Solutions

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Have you ever heard a boss say, “Bring me solutions, not problems”?

Or, sometimes it goes like this, “Bring me answers, not questions.”

That advice used to make good sense.

Why would you want to hunt for problems. Shouldn’t you be solving problems?
Shouldn’t you be answering questions…not asking them?

Well, not in today’s world.

Customers already know what their problems are. Answers to questions can be found
in the blink of a keystroke.

The most creative, and most successful, business people will be the ones who can
find problems that no one else is seeing…and THEN develop answers and solutions.

Jacob Getzels of the University of Chicago put it this way…”It is in fact the discovery
and creation of problems rather than any superior knowledge, technical skill, or craftsmanship
that often sets the creative person apart from others in his field.”

Yet too many only entrepreneurs insist on “solving” problems that have already been solved.

Answering questions that have already been answered.

How to design a website or landing page…
How to develop products
How to close sales
How to construct a high-converting sales funnel

All those questions have been answered. All those problems have been solved.

What NEW problems are you finding that your customers don’t even know about yet?

That’s the question that the successful entrepreneurs of tomorrow are asking.

It’s the question we allow you to ask at MTTB.

We take care of all the answered problems and let you focus on asking the right
questions…and driving traffic to our offers.

To get started…



[DFYE] 14th April 2015 “The Biggest Negative to MTTB”

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The Biggest Negative to MTTB
he Worst Part of MTTB

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I often get asked, “What’s the biggest drawback to MTTB?”

“What’s the biggest negative?”

And I answer as honestly as I can…”The 21 steps.”

Why are the 21 steps the biggest negative? Shouldn’t they be a positive?

I mean, MTTB’s guarantee does state that if you do the 21 steps and don’t make
a commission in 30 days, then Matt Lloyd will pay you ten times your money back ($500).

So why are the steps a negative?

Because most people don’t like to do ANY steps.

And, to them, 21 steps is WAY too many.

Personally, I think 21 steps (that each take 30 minutes or less) is not that
much work to start earning big commissions online.

Thirty minutes a day for 21 days?

Doesn’t sound like a ton of work to me.

But it DOES to some.

And I just can’t bring myself to say things like, “Start making money today!”
or “Takes just 5 minutes a day!” Or “The lazy man’s way to make money online.”

All that is BS.

You DO have to follow the steps.

And there’s not just 2 or 5 or 10….there are 21.

So, there you have it. That’s the biggest negative. It’s up to you to decide how
big a negative that is. Are your dreams of financial freedom worth 30 minutes a day
for 21 days?

If they are, get started here…



[DFYE] 13th April 2015 “Marketing Lesson (Part Two)”

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Marketing Lesson (Part Two)
Why Wasn’t Your Answer LOWER?
What to Ask and Not Ask Your Customers

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Yesterday I asked you two questions…

Question 1. On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being “Not a chance I’m ever going to join MTTB”
and 10 being “I’m ready to sign up for MTTB today”, where would you score yourself?


Question 2. Why didn’t you choose a LOWER number?

Here’s the marketing lesson behind the two questions.

Most marketers ask only closed-ended yes-or-no questions.

Are you ready to buy?
Are you ready to join?

Then, if they receive a negative answer, they ask “Why not?”

And the customer defends his “no”. The customer’s brain starts to think of reasons
for why he will NOT buy.

This is the last thing you want to do as a marketer!

You should always ask questions that get customers thinking about why they WOULD buy.
Not why they would NOT.

So, I asked you where you were on the scale of 1 to 10, then asked you why your score
wasn’t LOWER?

If you actually took the time to answer the second question, your brain was forced to come
up with reasons why you WOULD join MTTB.

Did it work?

Even if it didn’t work for me…and you’re still not ready to join MTTB, I encourage you to
use it with your customers.

It does work FAR better than asking “Are you ready to buy?” and “Why not?”

No charge for this marketing advice!

And if you’re higher than a 5 on the MTTB scale, why not get started today…



[DFYE]12th April 2015 “2 Very Important Questions”

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2 Very Important Questions
A Marketing Lesson (Part One)
Where are YOU on a Scale of 1 to 10?

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A short message today.

I want to ask you a couple of quick questions. There’s a marketing lesson
to this as well…which I’ll explain in tomorrow’s email.

For now…

Question 1.

On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being “Not a chance I’m ever going to join MTTB”
and 10 being “I’m ready to sign up for MTTB today”, where would you score yourself?

Did you think of a number?

Got it?

Write it down…

Question 2.

Why didn’t you choose a LOWER number?

I would like you to think of the answer to that question for just a few
minutes. Why didn’t you choose a LOWER number?

And I’ll explain the marketing lesson tomorrow.

Stay tuned.



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