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Done For You Emails January 23rd – 29th, 2017

[DFYE] 29th January 2017 “How to know if you’re getting a real business education”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

How to know if you’re getting a real business education
How to find a diamond in the duds
Why I will never try to sell anyone an e-book

Email Body Copy:

The home business industry is so full of duds that it’s hard to know when you’ve picked a winner.

Here’s another test: Do their offer include a real business education?

(Start a man a business, feed him for a little while. Teach a man to start a business… feed him for life.)

Here’s one question I ask to sniff out a weak business education:

Do they sell static materials or interactive opportunities?

I’m sure people they’ve tried to sell you their e-books, their video series’, their webinar recordings, etc.

All that says is this:

“I want you to drop hundreds of dollars for a static piece of teaching material that costs me nothing to reproduce.”

If you want an education, hold out for an opportunity that provides one-on-one coaching and a peer learning community.

Don’t let them trick you into thinking you need overpriced educational materials.

Click here for a real business education.



[DFYE] 28th January 2017 “Three reasons never to click on Penny Hoarder ads”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Three reasons never to click on Penny Hoarder ads
You are not a Penny Hoarder
Stop treating the symptom

Email Body Copy:

Do you keep seeing Facebook ads for “The Penny Hoarder?”

It’s a website that pumps out article after article of small ways to make small money from home.

Here’s why respectable people like you shouldn’t give them any web traffic:

– Their solutions are unsustainable.

I know as well as you that money gets tight. But I also know that “tight money” is the symptom, not the problem. MTTB provides a consistent passive income stream that is a sure financial foundation.

– It’s self-disrespecting.

Think about their name: “Penny hoarder.” You’re not a Penny Hoarder. You’re a hard worker willing to invest in a well-proven, time-tested money-making opportunity when it comes knocking.

– Positive psychology benefits.

It does wonders for your psychology to know that the money you’re putting down on your kids’ education, your week-long vacation, or your down-payment on a new car comes from your hard work at something you own. Watching videos of celebrities and completing surveys doesn’t have that same effect.

If you’ve ever been tempted to click on Penny Hoarder, that’s a symptom. (I’ve been there, and I know it well.)

Click here to learn more about what MTTB can do for your financial fitness.



[DFYE] 27th January 2017 “A surprisingly religious solution to your work life”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

A surprisingly religious solution to your work life
What does prayer have to do with sales?
You’re going to think I’m crazy for recommending this

Email Body Copy:

Does something in your work life or financial life need to change?

I recommend a surprising method: prayer.

Some people pray by closing the door, closing their eyes, kneeling on the ground, folding their hands, and speaking their hearts and minds to God.

But I’m thinking of a different kind of prayer…

The Bible tells a surprising story about prayer:

A widow, feeling she has been wronged, visits a judge night and day, nagging.

Just nagging.

Pulling on his sleeve and reminding him, “I’m here! I’m here! Whatcha gonna do?”

Eventually, according to Jesus, the judge gives her what she wants. Not because she deserves it… But because her nagging worked.

If that counts as prayer, the MTTB phone sales team is extremely religious.

And, oh, did I mention that they not only make all your phone sales for you, but they will also fulfill your orders and deal with your customers?

You can do all you want of the first kind of prayer; but if you start with MTTB, we’ll nag night and day for you. And don’t get me started on the commissions we pay out…

Click here.



[DFYE] 26th January 2017 “This job interview will make you angry”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

This job interview will make you angry
When you read this, will you be jealous or bitter?
You wish you had this girl’s job

Email Body Copy:

Earlier this week, a daughter of a friend of mine had a job interview for a first-year teaching position.

What the principal told her will make you furious.

Here are some of the things he said:

“I see you majored in music. So did I! We’ll have to set aside several hours a week for you to observe our music classes.”

“We understand that the transition from college to the workforce can be a lonely one. Our staff goes out to see movies together, play volleyball together, and some people even go horseback riding together!”

“I’m sorry cash is tight. If you need some of your salary upfront to put down money at your apartment, we can make that happen.”

She hung up and cancelled all of her other interviews, because she wants to work for this school.

When I tell this story, people have one of three reactions:

1. Jealousy: “I wish I had a job like that.”
2. Smug denial: “Jobs like that don’t exist; something will go wrong.”
3. Action: “Are they still hiring?”

Those first two people are still reeling in their bitterness.

The third person didn’t get a job as a teacher; he started a business with MTTB.

Be your own boss, and join a collaborative, non-competitive community of mentors and peers who are on your team.

Click here.



[DFYE] 25th January 2017 Why leadership seminars suck”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Why leadership seminars suck
This presentation got me to *yaaawwn*…
This is why I will never trust a leadership guru

Email Body Copy:

Somehow, a friend of mine just roped me into attending a *yaaawn* leadership webinar, and I learned SO MUCH.

Some self-proclaimed leadership guru got up and asked everyone to describe the perfect leader.

After listening to their riveting ideas, here are my 4 biggest takeaways about… why leadership webinars suck.

1. They offer no real opportunity. All a guru can do is make you feel good about yourself. They can’t give you a job, make you money, or offer you support.

2. Participation trophies… The smiling crocodile giving the presentation simply praised everyone’s silly answers. Real leaders don’t affirm wrong answers. They show you what you’re doing wrong… so you can do it the right way.

3. Gurus are leeches. They’re unemployed — either because they’re not willing to get a job, or because no one will hire them. They only make money when gullible people give in.

4. MTTB is the better way.

We take your success too seriously to make you feel good about yourself.

We offer you real opportunities to make money.

Our methods work. Make commissions in the $1000s, $3000s, $5000s, or $9000s.

So act now, or else…

Heck, business here is so good, it hardly makes a difference whether you click or not.

This is more about you than me.



[DFYE] 24th January 2017 “”That’s not fried chicken!””

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

“That’s not fried chicken!”
Wise words from Jimmy Chupp
“You don’t know what you don’t know”

Email Body Copy:

Years ago, I found myself attending a conference that served the strangest breakfast I had ever seen.

Next to the football-shaped hashbrown patties and the football-shaped fake omelets, I saw a heavily breaded patty that looked like chicken.

So I took two.

When I returned to my table, I noticed it was full of southern gentleman, one of whom introduced himself:

“Good mornin’ to ya. Name’s Jimmy Chupp.”

Of course that was his name.

In an attempt to make conversation, I said, “This is my first time having fried chicken for breakfast!”

Without missing a beat, Jimmy’s shorter, bearded friend shot back, “That’s baked chicken, not fried chicken. You’re mistaken.”

It seemed I had offended several of the men at the table.

Good thing I hadn’t been in charge of catering. I probably would have made several mistakes that felt minor to me but major to everyone else in the room.

The thing is, we don’t know what we don’t know. And we need a coach to tell us.

I want to offer you a guide and a plan to navigate our new economy. No one knows the online business industry like our coaches do, and our 21-step guide is proven to set up your passive income stream for you.

You don’t know what you don’t know but, like Jimmy Chupp…

We do.



[DFYE] 23rd January 2017 “Delete this email and buy a treadmill”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Delete this email and buy a treadmill
Don’t read this email… get back on your treadmill?
Self-help is down the hall…

Email Body Copy:

‘Tis the season for making New Year’s resolutions.

When I see the people around me make their annual attempt at forming habits of healthy living, I can’t help but think how strange some of them are.

For example, think about jogging on a treadmill.

It’s ridiculous.

You spend tons of energy and pints of sweat bobbing up and down on a conveyor belt like you’re a freaking head of lettuce at the grocery store trying to avoid getting picked up and scanned by the pimply cashier.

But the point is, you spend a lot of energy going nowhere.

There’s a difference between getting in shape for the sake of getting in shape, and getting in shape as a byproduct of doing something worthwhile.

If you think a new “hobby” or “job” is going to get you in better shape — give you some professional development, boost your confidence — you’re not right for MTTB.

MTTB isn’t for getting in shape; it’s for making serious money, scientifically and efficiently.

If you’re looking for a self-help opportunity, click here, and I’ll have someone direct you to a treadmill retailer.



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