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Done For You Emails March 13th – 19th, 2017

[DFYE] 19th March 2017 “What line of work should I choose?”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

What line of work should I choose?
How to find the right kind of work
I know the kind of job you need

Email Body Copy:

How do I know the line of work that’s best for me?

People today—especially you millennials out there—are generally terrible at answering this question.

What they do is take a job, imagine all the good parts of it, act surprised at the bad parts, feel lost, and dream about a better job without the bad parts.

But here’s the secret: All jobs are ‘meh.’

That is to say, they all have some good, and they all have some bad.

No matter what anyone says.

We tend to think of ‘good work’ too individualistically.

Here’s my recommendation:

Do anything that allows you to the chance to build discipline, learn skills, provide for your loved ones, and become a better human.

So I have just one question about your workplace:

Whose job is it to oversee your growth in discipline, character, and job skills?

Who’s making sure you’re going to come out a better human?

With MTTB, you get a rigorous money-machine-making program and a personal executive coach who will see you through it.

Don’t join the Army to build character—start a business.

Better commissions.

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[DFYE] 18th March 2017 “Once upon a time (an awful story about me)”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Once upon a time (an awful story about me)
I was a seven-year-old villain
What if you kept your eggs… in your own basket?

Email Body Copy:

Let me tell you an awful story about me.

This is about the day when I was the worst childhood friend ever.

Sean came over to play, and he brought his remote-controlled car.

Its name was Hot Rocker.
(But he couldn’t say his R’s, so it was something more like ‘Hot Wock-oh’)

Anyway, it was my turn to drive.

Sean wasn’t looking.

I drove Hot Wock-oh into the street and it got…

Just annihilated by a (non-remote-controlled) black pickup truck.

I remember it like it was yesterday.

Moral of the story: Don’t give other people control over your material valuables.

I don’t need to tell you stories about market failures, downsizing, mergers, intra-company scams, glass ceilings, or pay decreases.

You know the way of the world.

There is a significant sense of dignity in putting your eggs in your own basket and knowing that the money you make is yours, is safe, is consistent, and has unlimited potential to grow.

Again, try putting your eggs in your own basket.

We can help get you started.

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[DFYE] 17th March 2017 “Lent is New Year’s resolutions for religious people”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Lent is New Year’s resolutions for religious people
Why religious people make great entrepreneurs
What religious people are doing right now while you watch TV

Email Body Copy:

Lent is like New Year’s resolutions for religious people.

Sure, the lightweights out there are cutting back on chocolate, or checking Instagram only a dozen times a day instead of two dozen.

But if you want to watch ‘resolved’ human beings… ‘tis the season.

(New Years’ resolutions are the minor leagues.)

You’d be amazed at what strong-willed worshipers are able to do when they cut TV out of their evenings and find themselves with 14 extra hours each week.

It’s something fearsome.

Picking up part time jobs
Resuming hobbies they had to put on pause when they had children
Getting out and meeting more people

It’s amazing how ‘giving stuff up’ slims down your life and helps you focus in on your goals.

It’s not too late for you.

Give something up.

Instead, try this:
Putting in the grunt work to start an online business that will keep kicking back commissions even after the Easter bunny visits mid-April

No, really. I think this is a good time to get going.

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[DFYE] 16th March 2017 “Even though rice cost 89 cents a pound…”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Even though rice cost 89 cents a pound…
How to keep your money (and your soul!) from going stale
It’s okay… now I own Tupperware

Email Body Copy:

Let me share a lesson from my twenties:

When you leave rice in the pot, it gets stale.

Imagine the hysterics of a poor, post-college student waking up to find that their breakfast (okay, maybe lunch… and dinner too) was completely inedible in the morning.

I know it’s just rice, and it’s just 89 cents a pound, but when you’re in your twenties…

Ya can’t waste a dime!

Thank heavens, most of us are far from that place, and we either have jobs… or Tupperware!

But the principle still applies.

Whatever you leave un-invested goes stale:
Money is safer in your 401(k) than in your savings account
Reliable mutual funds will help you grow you money more than either of those
When you watch crappy TV, your mind shuts down and your imagination loses strength
When you work a dead-end job, your potential to do meaningful work, grow professionally, or improve your weekend and vacation life is all but snuffed out
When you aren’t working toward the life that you want, your dreams fade so far that you can’t even remember them

You get it.

The solution is simple: put it back into play

If you don’t, it will just die a slower death.

I encourage you to make MTTB the place and the opportunity in which you decide to re-invest your skills, passions, and $49.

Scales will fall from your eyes.

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[DFYE] 15th March 2017 “How to make money”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

How to make money
The one think you need to know to make money
Become a useful person

Email Body Copy:

If you want to always be able to make plenty of money to support yourself, and your family, and the needy around you…

There’s really only 1 thing you need to know.

The ability to make money = being useful to other people.

That’s the one question rolling around like a marble in the back of every interviewer’s mind:

Can this person do what I need?

You could have the winningest personality
The best education
The richest daddy
Or be following your passion harder than anyone else

And that’s all nice.

But can you help?

You see people getting sucked into expensive universities, business schools, or networking associations.

And that’s all nice.

But is it forming you to be a person who can start a business?
Who could start a consulting firm?
Who could have so many wanna-be clients banging on your door that you’ve gotta hire out or say ‘No, Thank you!’

Here’s today’s reason to sign up for MTTB:

The marketing skills you master will make you useful.
And you will make money wherever you go.
Am I right?

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[DFYE] 14th March 2017 “Why you don’t have to be smart to go to grad school”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Why you don’t have to be smart to go to grad school
Did you know that you could study at Oxford?
The new economy hates smarties

Email Body Copy:

I’m going to teach you a lesson about money using a real-world example.

Graduate school.

Before WWII, graduate programs were for the intellectually elite – for young kids who worked hard, demonstrated their intellectual acumen, and won funding to continue their studies.

Post-WWII, colleges and grad programs are no longer competitive in the same sense. Liberal arts programs are going online or closing their doors because the competition’s been turned upside down:

Students aren’t competing to get into schools; schools are competing to attract students.

So who wins?

Whoever can afford to go.

Goodbye, merit system. Hello class divide.

Now, your money gets you into Oxford or NYU.

(If no one signs up, there are just a lot of lonely tweed-jacketed herds of nerds without students.)

Moral of the story: If you want a top-notch education and a credential, you can go buy one.

Just another sign that the world is increasingly falling into the hands of people with money.

Now let’s get you making commissions of $1000, $5000, or $9000 in your sleep.

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[DFYE] 13th March 2017 “Action movies are all the same”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Action movies are all the same
Why no one will ever make a movie about my life
Why I will never be a sweaty man

Email Body Copy:

Action movies: they’re all the same.

Some sweaty guy with his faced scrunched into a pained frown tries to make off with money, but there’s a cold, conspiring bureaucracy in his way.

Shots are fired.

Money changes hands.

Men will watch three in a row whenever their wives are gone for the weekend.

But here’s the reason they all feel the same:

The fight to keep money from getting away—however loud and explosive it is—is glorified manual labor.

None of us using MTTB will have our lives turned into action movies.

There’s nothing ‘wrong’ or ‘unsettling’ about contented flourishing, so it won’t sell.

So, here’s our pitch:

Let us help you make your work life the most boring thing in the world… so that you can get on with living your life.

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