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Done For You Emails May 8th – 14th, 2017

[DFYE] 14th May 2017 “We COULD destroy your career”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

We COULD destroy your career
3 reasons why MTTB will make you a bad person
3 ways MTTB will devastate your resume

Email Body Copy:

Working with MTTB might sabotage your employability by encouraging you to develop unhealthy working habits.

As much as we love MTTB, we must admit that may of our people fail to learn these highly employable habits.

– Learning how to repay student loans. Yours or your children’s. For whatever reason, most of our business owners never end up taking out student loans.

– Becoming a proficient driving schedule coordinator. Some families know exactly who needs to be dropped off where, when, and by whom, and how quickly they need to get the car back home for Greg to drive himself to bowling club.

– Developing creativity in the kitchen. Saying “Yes” to MTTB has made some of our people lazy… they’ll throw away yesterday’s soup instead of turning it into tomorrow’s pasta sauce.

“Thin times” are great for developing the strategic and administrative skills that look great on a resume.
But our folks don’t seem to need resumes anymore.

If this terrifies you as much as it should… DO NOT…

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[DFYE] 13th May 2017 “It feels like scratching that little itch”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

It feels like scratching that little itch
It feels like buying the movie instead of renting it
This is what it feels like to make our comissions

Email Body Copy:

What does it feel like to make commissions in the $1000s, $5000s, and $9000s with MTTB?

Whether our business owners go full-time into building their businesses, or keep it as a side-project, everyone says that the best feeling is getting that little itch to do a kind thing… and not having to say “No.”

And it feels a little like this:
– Watching your son hit his first Little League home run with a teammate’s baseball bat, opening your Amazon app, and getting him his own.

– Seeing a person experiencing a season of homelessness and going with your gut: getting them a sandwich, and a good book.

– Buying the movie instead of renting it.

– Employing the little entrepreneur on the block who wants to mow all of his neighbor’s lawn for $5. Maybe giving him a little more work, too.

It’s always the little things that make our life that much richer.
How would you bless your loved ones if you didn’t have to worry after every dollar and cent?

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[DFYE] 12th May 2017 “This makes me stick my fingers in my ears and scream”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

This makes me stick my fingers in my ears and scream
My #1 musical pet peeve
This is the best way to listen to music

Email Body Copy:

Here is my number one musical pet peeve:

You know how the right way to listen to music is to sit down, drink in hand, and listen consecutively through a whole album?

It’s the best way to hear what the artist really has to say.

So, my pet peeve is this:

When I sit down to listen through an “album,” but it turns out the artist has just patched together some mismatched tracks and pretended they have something to do with one another.

They had my ear, but they wasted my time.

I feel the same way when I see disintegrated marketing platforms. Voices in conflict, asymmetrical vocabulary and tone, coloration differences…

In all, just a failure to say one thing well.

We’re critics in our spare time, but our main work is to integrate a marketing and sales platform around one single principle:

To make you money.

Let’s build your platform together.

It’s difficult work, but you’re a hard worker, and we’re brilliant teachers.

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[DFYE] 11th May 2017 “Frodo thinks you should get out more”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Frodo thinks you should get out more
“It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door.”
Clicking this link may cost you your life…

Email Body Copy:

“It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.”

If you know the books or the movies, you know what happens next:

Frodo does go out his front door, leaves town, and falls into a fantastic adventure.

Totally unplanned.

With great friends.

With purpose, difficulty, and reward.

But most of today’s workforce isn’t in danger of such adventures.

They’re not allowed to leave their cells long enough to get swept away into something unplanned… with great friends… with purpose, difficulty and reward.

It would sure be a dangerous business stepping out into MTTB.

If you do, there might be no going back.

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[DFYE] 10th May 2017 “Which kind of job do you have – 1 or 2?”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Which kind of job do you have – 1 or 2?
How to “do what you see”
One kind of job makes you a better person…

Email Body Copy:

At the end of the day, there are two kinds of work.

Hundreds of different jobs… but only two kinds of work.

I call the first kind “doing what you’re told.”

The second is “doing what you see.”

The first kind of worker plays by the rules—usually rules made by someone else. They follow procedures and are evaluated primarily on their conformity to the rigid structure of their job or their industry.

The second kind of worker is given a more fundamental kind of dignity.

We’re asked to press in, look close, study hard, ask questions, and do what we deeply think is right.

This includes entrepreneurs, scholar-teachers, and government leaders.

That’s what we get paid the big bucks for—being humans, not cogs.

Work with MTTB and become a self-starter, a problem-solver, a star consultant, and a very wealthy person.

Most importantly, live a richer work-life.

(I write because I care.)

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[DFYE] 9th May 2017 “An update on my baking hobby”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

An update on my baking hobby
Guess what I can bake NOW?
Froot Loop Focaccia – no, seriously

Email Body Copy:

If you read my email about chocolate cake the other day, you might be curious about how my new baking kick is going.

(He thought to himself, vainly)

Well, it’s going great.

This week, I made focaccia.

It’s one of the simplest breads—flour, water, oil, salt, and a pinch of yeast.

Before you stick it in the oven, you’re also allowed to press whatever the crap you want into it to give it flavor.

I had a bulb of garlic and some cherry tomatoes lying around, so I stuck them in.

Aaaaand it was pretty perfect.

And the best part is this: I now know how to make four more focacciae (?):
– Cinnamon sugar focaccia
– Barbecue chicken focaccia
– Pesto, asiago, pine nut focaccia
– Mushroom, pepper, and sundried tomato focaccia

Hell, I could make a ‘Froot Loop focaccia’ if I really wanted to.

What I’m getting at is this:

Once you get the basic idea, you can make an endless number of versions.

Through MTTB, we are going to school you in the ‘basic’ skills of online business. Only what is absolutely essential to becoming an online business mogul who can churn out business after business (if you really wanted to).

Or, tell me what’s so great about your day job now.

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[DFYE] 8th May 2017 “Why doing my taxes is miserable”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Why doing my taxes is miserable
Why I’m glad I’ve gotten older
How to pay MORE taxes

Email Body Copy:

Years ago, when I was ‘green’ out of college, I remember looking forward to tax season.

After all, when you’re just barely breaking five figures for the first time (I don’t miss those days…), tax season is when you make a few hundred bucks back!

Of course, I enjoy it less now.

For obvious reasons:

I owe a lot more…

Fielding monthly commissions in the $1000s, $5000s, and $9000s, we can forget how much of that we owe back to the IRS.

But hey.

Making my old ‘annual salary’ every month makes it worth it every other day of the year.

If you’re like me and want to pay more taxes… (if ya know what I mean)

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