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Done For You Emails Dec 19 – 25, 2016

[DFYE] 25th December 2016 “You probably have this whole thing memorized”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Marketing tips from your stewardess
No dreamers allowed
This is your captain speaking…

Email Body Copy:

“We now request your full attention as the flight attendants demonstrate the safety features of this aircraft.”

Do you remember the rest of this speech?

Of course you don’t.

Everyone’s got their earphones in and their crossword puzzles out on that tiny tray table that you’re not supposed to have folded down…

But the script has one point that’s absolutely brilliant:

“Secure your mask first, and then help the other person.”

Here’s the principle:

If you’re not in a sustainable and healthy position, you’re going to be no help to anyone else.

That’s why I’m reaching out to you.

MTTB business owners are discovering financial freedom and peace of mind every day. We’re handing out commissions in the $1000s, $3000s, $5000s, the $9000s, and more.

Let us help you breathe easier.

Click here.



[DFYE] 24th December 2016 “Stop dreaming of a white Christmas”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Stop dreaming of a white Christmas
No dreamers allowed
I’m dreaming of a white Christmas — terrible Christmas song

Email Body Copy:

Stop dreaming of a white Christmas.

In fact, it’s kind of a mantra for all of us this holiday season.

Stop dreaming of a white Christmas…

Get out and have one.

– Don’t you wish you had just a few more days off of work to enjoy the holidays with your loved ones?
– And enough budget space to steal away to a warm resort in ski country?
– Or the chance to teach your kids how to fall off of a snowboard?

I remember being there before MTTB, and I’m grateful to be where I am today, with other people who say…

We’re not dreamers. We’re doers.

What are you?



[DFYE] 23th December 2016 “Do you ever get sick of marketing during the holiday season?”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Do you ever get sick of marketing during the holiday season?
What’s your opinion on holiday marketing
Holiday marketing gave me mixed feelings… until this happened

Email Body Copy:

Do you ever get sick of marketing during the holiday season?

I have mixed feelings.

The worst part for me was having my eyes and ears bombarded with things I knew I wanted to get and give, but also knew I could never afford.

Do these things ever bother you?
–The necklace with your wife’s favorite stone, that you just don’t have budget room for?
–A total-surprise trip to Disneyland for your family?
–The power tool you need to kickstart your new life as a DIY-er?

Being a Christmas-time consumer has usually added a layer of frustration to what should have been a purely hopeful and uplifting season.

But you know that’s not the only way people experience the holidays.

Do you ever wonder what it’s like to be on the other side?

It takes all the frustration out of the holidays when you’re the seller and not just the buyer.

I can afford what I want, and enjoy a holiday season safe from ads.

Come check out the other side, click here:



[DFYE] 22th December 2016 “Wait… did you really not know that marketing is a science?”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Wait… did you really not know that marketing is a science?
4 marketing myths busted
I want to teach you the science of marketing

Email Body Copy:

You know marketing is a science, right?

That means there’s a right and a wrong way to do it.

Funny thing is, from the outside, not many people realize it.

People believe so many marketing myths that I don’t have time to bust ’em all in one email. People think that…

Marketing is about deception. As if consumers are stupid and can’t test your claims for themselves.

It’s for people who are naturally creative and funny people. Ironically, their self-confidence and unwillingness to follow time-tested principles makes them some of the least effective marketers…

You’ve gotta become someone you’re not. That’s not sustainable in the long term, and the in-authenticity doesn’t even work in the short term.

Some of the half-truths are even harder to bust.

Marketing is not about primarily about confidence. It’s about humility.

It’s not primarily about hard work. We’ve seen so many hard workers burn out because of frustration. You can try all day, but it’s hard to make roosters lay eggs and get bulls to make milk.

Marketing is about doing what it takes, and we teach what it takes.

If you’re some free-wheeling jock (or nerd!) with a business plan and an idea for a funny commercial, this might not be the opportunity for you.

If you’re want to make money the scientific way, then click here.



[DFYE] 21th December 2016 “December is the best month to start a small business”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

December is the best month to start a small business
Three reasons why you should start your small business this month
Three reasons why small business owners love January

Email Body Copy:

Best time to buy a car is late summer / early fall, right when the new models come out.

Best time to go to Hawaii is in winter. Our winter is their summer, so you get two summers in one year!

But far and away, December is the best time to start a small business.

Here are my top three reasons:

-When people make New Year’s resolutions, they’re more likely than ever to try new things. PSST! That means buy new products. Every marketer knows this.

-Psychologists say that it’s just after the holidays that people’s new-found benevolence and desire for family point them toward small businesses.

-Although retail sales go through the roof before Christmas, businesses push more gifts than tools for self-actualization. People are more inclined to put their holiday bonuses toward those things in


We both know you have wanted to start your own business, but it’s never been the right time.

And maybe it hasn’t been.

But today is the day.

Just between you and me, I don’t want you to miss out on January windfalls. It’s really the best time of the year.

Click here to get in on this.



[DFYE] 20th December 2016 “Living with a sense of plenty this holiday season”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Living with a sense of plenty this holiday season
Check out this rabbi’s business advice
This rabbi’s business advice is over 2,000 years old

Email Body Copy:

Hanukah, the Jewish festival of lights, is an annual reminder of abundance.

In the early winter, families and friends gather around a menorah each night to light candles and chant blessings to commemorate the small miracles.

Rabbi Jonathan Feldman explains, “We celebrate light, the nonmaterial… Abundance comes from above. The Hanukah miracle is an example of abundance mindset.

“Living with a sense of plenty makes us more rich, materially and spiritually.”

Stephen Covey made the abundance mindset more popular in his book, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.

When you believe there’s enough in the world for everyone, you’re more likely to pursue your desires, take risks, and become a source of material (and internal) well-being, yourself.

Those who lack the abundance mindset doom themselves to remain in their burdensome work and life situations.

They sit in pig sties and keep telling themselves it doesn’t smell.

Others of us choose to take control and move forward.

If that’s you, click here.




[DFYE] 19th December 2016 “This little kid tells a brilliant joke about elephants”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

This little kid tells a brilliant joke about elephants
This is the only way to kill an elephant
What’s the best kind of gun to kill an elephant?

Email Body Copy:

You wanna hear a joke from a five-year-old?

Sure you do.

Here’s one from my friend’s kid:

“How do you kill a lella-phant?”

I don’t know. Tell me.

“With a lella-phant gun.”

The more I think about his answer, the more I think he’s really onto something!

One marketing guru I read once said, “You can’t kill an elephant with a BB gun.”

Now, I’m not sure if that’s true… but even if it is, it’s not very helpful.

I’m sure there are lots of ways you could kill an elephant, any number of which might get the job done.

But the best way to kill an elephant would be to use a gun that was created for the sole purpose of killing an elephant. It would obviously do the job better than anything.

Well, MTTB is an elephant gun.

That is to say, we’ve designed a program specifically to address people’s need for financial wiggle room, a more flexible work schedule, seamless communication, and guaranteed success.

What are you using to meet those needs?

Click here.



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