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Done For You Emails January 16th – 22nd, 2017

[DFYE] 22nd January 2017 “Reason #481 not to trust a guru”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Reason #481 not to trust a guru
Do you know how much I hate gurus?
Gurus are leading these millennials astray… and it’s kind of funny

Email Body Copy:

There’s a hilarious new trend among millennials where tablet-toting city kids are trying to “simplify” by moving out to the country.

It sounds so nice in principle:
– get away from the hustle, bustle, and noise
– no more worries about what “the man” is putting in your fresh veggies
– reconnecting with the earth

But that’s not the hilarious part…

What’s funny is that most of them move back almost immediately.


Turns out you have to wake up real early to manage a farm.
And their craft sushi joint doesn’t deliver where there aren’t paved roads.
And when the Internet goes out… it’s out!

The country’s not for everybody.

Some guru sold them a romantic ideal and left out all the game-changing details.

(Or, Reason #481 never to trust a guru)

MTTB certainly isn’t for everyone either.

When we sit down with prospective members, and have real conversations, lots of people say, “You know, I don’t think this is for me.”

But we’ve heard so many more people say, “Here’s my break. This is a model that makes sense, that’s going to challenge me, but that I can follow.” Our transparency has skyrocketed our retention, and we’re really excited to welcome you to the team too.



[DFYE] 21st January 2017 “You’ve survived 2016. What are you going to do for 2017?”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

You’ve survived 2016. What are you going to do for 2017?
How to get ahead before 2017 gets away
It’s a new year: are you getting ahead or falling behind?

Email Body Copy:


You just accomplished something that many of our well-loved celebrities failed to do:

Survive 2016.

(Too soon, too soon, I know…)

But if you can survive 2016, you’re back on a level playing field with everyone else who survived 2016: man or woman, rich or poor, black or white.

2017 is wide open, and it’s your move.

Everyone else is starting to make theirs, but it’s still a tight race.

I heartily recommend, bursting out of the gates by joining MTTB.

Don’t take a big risk. Invest your energy in a time-tested, plenty-proven, step-by-step, no-shortcuts, money-making-model.

You give yourself this little boost, and I really like your chances for 2017.

Click here.



[DFYE] 20th January 2017 “This is the best way to find new music”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

This is the best way to find new music
Push “play” on passive income
Your money-making mixtape

Email Body Copy:

Every once in a while, it’s time to get hip to some new tunes.

But if you’re like me, sometimes it’s hard to make the switch from familiar stuff to unfamiliar stuff.

And I quickly lose my motivation.

So here’s my time-tested trick:

Buy a new CD and stick it in my car’s system.

Every morning now, when I get in my car, without doing anything, I get bombarded by unsolicited new music… and I’m grateful for it!

All it took was a one-time purchase and plug-in.

If your financial life needs a new tune, it can be hard to start looking for a new job, especially in this economy. Searching classifieds… writing cover letters… scheduling interviews… not hearing back…

For just $49, we at MTTB will be the “CD” that kickstarts the change you need.

One of our executive coaches will walk you step-by-step through:
– opening a small business
– delegating your web design, funnel creation, phone sales, order fulfillment, customer service, and more!
– setting up a passive income stream that will net you commissions of $1000, $5000, or $9000

If you want your financial life to change, push “Play” by clicking here.



[DFYE] 19th January 2017 “This is the only way to guarantee new habits”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

This is the only way to guarantee new habits
Are you growing closer or shrinking farther from your goals?
How to grow

Email Body Copy:

Habits drive personal growth, and new ventures drive new habits.

It’s hard to set new habits when you’re stuck in the same rut.

My friend Greg didn’t start interior decorating until he moved apartments. New space = new place to design.

My friend Michael didn’t become a cook until he got new cookware, spices, and a personal challenge for his birthday.

You’re not going to grow professionally and breathe easy financially until MTTB gives you a personal coach to egg you on.

Do you want to grow closer to your goals or shrink farther from them?

That’s what I thought.

Let’s get that process started now. Click here.



[DFYE] 18th January 2017 “Are you letting Evil Knievel run your life?”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Are you letting Evil Knievel run your life?
Are you letting your stunt double live your life?
The wrong way to daydream

Email Body Copy:

I’ll bet there are closet adrenaline junkies who daydream about getting shot out of a cannon like Evil Knievel.

But I bet there are more of you out there who have simpler daydreams:

You see yourself…
– taking a personal call during work and saying, “No, yeah, I’ve got time right now”
– deciding “I’m going to start baking more regularly… and during the work day!”
– breaking your Sunday tradition of watching the game… because you can afford season tickets

Trust me: there’s nothing wrong with daydreaming. (It’s what most of us do just to stay sane!)

But there’s a sad kind of person (and it’s most people!), who lives their best life all in their heads.

Their dreams are reasonable, desirable, and within reach, but they’ve given up on “doing their own stunts.” When opportunity comes, they let someone else take their place.

At MTTB, we go on vacations and don’t dread Mondays.

We’ve fired our fantasy-selves, and we do all our own stunts.

As long as your daydreams stay daydreams, someone else gets to live that life instead of you?

What kind of daydreamer are you?

Click here if you’re the kind I think you are.



[DFYE] 17th January 2017 “Burn your boats!”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Burn your boats!
Important lesson in leadership from this Spanish conquistador
What if you could direct all of your energy toward achieving victories?

Email Body Copy:

After landing his invasion forces on the shores of some country, sixteenth-century Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes would immediately burn all of his boats.

This sent his army a message:

“We can’t turn back. Either we succeed here or we die here.”

Once Cortes directed his people’s energy away from forming excuses, they channeled all of their creative energy toward achieving total victory.

Just like Cortes’ armies achieved conquest after conquest, in blood-pumping, thrilling fashion, our team is achieving the financial freedom, worktime flexibility, and personal peace that make their old co-workers droooool.

Well, I can’t burn your boats, and I sure can’t get you fired from your current job… but I can challenge you to put down $49 today.


You’ve got to have some skin in the game.

And I respect you too much to waste your time and talent with a no-commitment offer.

Click here to get started.


[DFYE] 16th January 2017 “What do India, Babylon, Germany, and Rivendell have in common?”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

What do India, Babylon, Germany, and Rivendell have in common?
This is why Americans fail at partying
If you could party for 180 straight days… would you?

Email Body Copy:

Lots of cultures have traditions of multi-day parties:

Indians celebrate weddings for a whole week…
Babylonian King Artaxerxes celebrated his monarchy with a 6 month feast…
6 million beer-drinkers flock to Germany for the 17-day Oktoberfest…
And need I mention all of the feasts from the Lord of the Rings?

So why doesn’t every culture party like that?

On one hand, maybe it’s because half of you can’t touch gluten without dying.

On the other hand, maybe it’s because not enough of you have the expansive leisure or the fierce joy.

Let me put it simple: People don’t party because they can’t afford it.

Too many of you submit to stuffy jobs where you’re overworked, underappreciated, and underpaid.

Your jobs take so much of your time and energy that you don’t have enough left to go to a barbecue, let alone celebrate life.

Don’t be a victim.

I want you to get in on the joy that our flexible work schedules and passive incomes permit us to have.

Being a human means working, but it also means partying.

Click here for a taste.



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