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Done For You Emails September 27 – October 3, 2015

[DFYE] 3rd October 2015 “The mistake that ruined my friend’s front yard”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

The mistake that ruined my friend’s front yard
How my friend lost his favorite tree (true story)
What my friend saw when he looked out the window

Email Body Copy:

This past summer, my friend wanted a tree cut down in his backyard.

The tree was leaning over his house, and it was a bit too big. If a big storm came, and if the wind blew hard enough, the tree would fall and wreck the house.

So my friend called up a landscaping crew. He told them about the tree, and requested it be removed.

The landscapers were happy to land a job. My friend was happy to get rid of the tree.

The day arrived. The landscapers were scheduled to come in the afternoon. My friend was out working. When he came home later that evening, to his surprise, the tree was still there. He wondered about it, and decided he would call the landscaping crew the next day.

So the next day comes; my friend was fixing breakfast, and he looked out the window overlooking the front yard. Something felt off. He couldn’t put his finger on it. Then, he realized…

The landscaping guys had cut down the wrong tree.

They had cut down the big, beautiful oak tree that had made the front yard nice and shady.

Oops.

As I heard my friend recall that story, I couldn’t help but wonder… why weren’t *crystal clear* directions exchanged? So that the landscapers knew with certainty what tree they were supposed to cut down? Seems kind of important.

Well, at the very least, it makes for a great illustration… of the importance of having clear directions (you can laugh; my friend isn’t here).

Much of why people are able to succeed with MTTB is because there’s no room for ambiguity. 21 steps. Linear. Methodical. And you’re paired with an experienced coach to walk you through it all.

Each step propels you towards owning a thriving home business. No room for error. Complete the steps, start making big commissions online. Clear. Simple.

If you complete the 21 steps and haven’t made a big commission in 30 days, you get 10 times your money back. That’s how much Matt Lloyd believes in his directions.

Crystal clear directions – for starting a thriving home business – yours for $49.

Get ‘em here:

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Best,

[DFYE] 2nd October 2015 “How Michael Phelps’ became great”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

How Michael Phelps’ became great
How to stand out in an ocean of marketers
The fastest way to swim (scientifically proven)

Email Body Copy:

Have you ever watched the swimmers in the Olympics?

If so, you may have noticed that every time the swimmers start or make a turn, they stay underwater for a while before coming up and swimming on the surface.

Do you know why that is?

It was recently discovered that swimming underwater is the most efficient way to swim. Using an underwater technique known as the “dolphin kick”, swimmers can cover more water in less time with less energy.

Get this: in the 2004 Olympics, strict regulations were made limiting how long swimmers could be underwater after their starts and turns. Why?

They were remaining underwater for so long that they were knocking themselves out. Swimmers knew they could swim faster when submerged, and so they weren’t coming up for air until they went unconscious!

Now go back in time a bit further. It’s the late 1980’s. No one was using the dolphin kick at the time.

The popular method was to surface much more quickly and swim along the surface of the water. But a few people started experimenting with the dolphin kick in the late 80’s.

And it soon became clear that these people were gaining a big competitive edge. Olympic medals began going to those who had mastered the dolphin kick. Why? Because they knew something that their competitors didn’t. And it made them faster. More efficient. Some attribute the wild success of Michael Phelps (sometimes considered the greatest Olympian in the past 50 years) to his mastery of the dolphin kick.

A little technique, that helped a few swimmers stand out from the crowd and win big.

Which leads me to my question for you:

What are you doing to gain an edge on the competition? What makes you stand out from the crowd?

There’s a lot of people with home businesses. A lot of people in internet marketing.

And unless you have a plan to be different, you’re bound to get beaten by the people who have more time and money to spend than you.

So that’s why it’s important to be different. Here’s how MTTB is different:

For one, you’re selling high-ticket items when others are selling little $20 ebooks and $50 webinars. You make big commissions off of single sales.

Also, you have an experienced phone sales team selling for you. Which is critical, since you’re selling high-ticket products. Better to have someone who really knows what they’re doing making the sales. It frees you up to focus on driving traffic into the highly converting sales funnel.

On top of that, you won’t go unconscious no matter how long you use the techniques learned in MTTB.

Which makes it even better than the dolphin kick.

$49 to sign up. Start here:

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Best,

[DFYE] 1st October 2015 “Do you want to come on a “hazardous journey”?”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Do you want to come on a “hazardous journey”?
The world’s greatest ad
Men wanted for hazardous journey

Email Body Copy:

“Men wanted for hazardous journey. Low wages, bitter cold, long hours of complete darkness. Safe return doubtful. Honour and recognition in event of success. -Ernest H. Shackleton”

Recognized as one of the greatest advertisements of all time.

Ernest Shackleton was preparing for an 1800 mile journey across Antarctica. He placed the ad in a London Newspaper to recruit workhands for his trip.

Brief. Blunt. Says it like it is. And it received thousands of responses. It seemed that everyone in England wanted to go on this “hazardous journey.”

That’s a well-written ad.

And in the spirit of that ad, allow me to be blunt for a moment.

If you’re looking for something easy, don’t bother with MTTB. Just like every working home-business model, MTTB requires lots of effort to make things work. You’ll face the hunger, the cold, the long hours of complete darkness.

But the payoff is well worth it:

-Earn fat commissions
-Get out of the rat race
-Work from home
-Freedom to live the kind of lifestyle you want

You don’t have to come on this journey.

But if you want in, join here:

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Best,

[DFYE] 30th September 2015 “An old discovery that can lead to online success”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

An old discovery that can lead to online success
How to use a 250 year old discovery for online success
How Adam Smith changed the world

Email Body Copy:

In 1776 Adam Smith, the father of modern economics, made a discovery that revolutionized the business world.

Here’s the idea:

A single person focused on a single task is far better than one person doing multiple tasks.

Now common sense—but that’s just a testimony to Smith’s genius in finding and applying this principle.

Using this principle, Smith was able to set up systems in which young, unskilled boys could greatly out-produce skilled artisans—blacksmiths, shoemakers, tailors. Which completely changed the way work was done in the world.

And the principle applies today more than it ever did; especially for small business owners.

Consider the following tasks that small businesses have to deal with every day:

• Customer service
• Financial tasks
• Administrative duties
• Managing vendors
• Creating website content
• Managing sales
• IT and technical duties

All these things together threaten to make you—the small business owner—very inefficient. That is, unless you implement the division of labor.

MTTB’s simple system is built on the wisdom of Adam Smith. Matt Lloyd and his team handle all the nitty-gritties of business ownership. Which frees you up to focus on lead generation.

Division of labor at its finest.

Want to harness the incredible power of Adam Smith’s discovery?

Start here:

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Best,

[DFYE] 29th September 2015 “Please, step out of the oven! ”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Please, step out of the oven!
What my friend found on the other side of the door
What to do when you’re in an oven

Email Body Copy:

A while ago, I was staying at a friend’s house.

I was standing outside, enjoying the cool evening. There was a light breeze blowing outside; the sun had just gone down. Then I walked into the house.

As soon as I walked in… a big wave of heat it me. Swept over me, made me start sweating.

It was so hot in there. My friend’s house didn’t have air conditioning. And earlier in the day it had been very, very hot outside. So the house had turned into an oven. So hot.

I walked into one of the side rooms. My friend was sitting at a desk. He had a fan blowing in his face. He was sweating. Miserable. Trying to do work, but struggling…. because he was so hot.

I walked over to a side door, and opened it. The cool breeze swept inside.

It felt so good.

And I laughed at my friend… because he hadn’t opened the door sooner. And he laughed at himself. And turned off the fan. Didn’t need it anymore.

Also, it makes me wonder:

Why are so many people slaving away in a big, miserable oven?

Working jobs that they hate…

When they could be working for themselves? Calling their own shots? Killing the commute?

While I do wonder about that question, I also know the answer:

Just like my friend who didn’t realize how cool and breezy and wonderful it was outside… people don’t realize that there’s a doable alternative. To that job… that makes them so miserable.

The ‘outside’ seems so hostile…

‘Doing your own thing’ seems too pie-in-the-sky… too risky, too foreign.

Well, good news.

MTTB isn’t pie-in-the sky. It’s concrete. 21 steps. Personal coach. Finish one step, move the the next. Sets you up to start making big commissions online.

Nor is it risky. If you complete the 21 steps, and haven’t made a big commission in 30 days… you get 10 times your money back. Really. $500.

And it doesn’t have to be foreign. You can start today for $49.

So do yourself a favor. If you’re in an oven… stop it. Whatever you do (MTTB or not), don’t spend your life in an oven.

Open up the door. Step outside.

Ready?

Start here:

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Best,

[DFYE] 28th September 2015 “The Big Terrifying Red Hotels”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

The Big Terrifying Red Hotels
Monopoly Bloodshed and Your Online Success
What Monopoly Can teach You about Online Success

Email Body Copy:

Remember Monopoly?

That childhood game that teaches you the cruelty of rent tyranny…

At the start of the game, everyone is happy. Everyone feels friendly towards each other. There’s plenty of time. Plenty of property. Plenty of money.

Roll the dice, move your token, buy a deed, pass go, and collect $200. Repeat ad nauseam.

…but then…

The bloodshed. The big, terrifying, red hotels go up. Next minute, $2,000 of your cash has been spilled. For a night’s stay in your neighbor’s Boardwalk Empire. The game ends. You feel the weight of it. You’ve been dominated.

What went wrong?

It wasn’t that you had fewer skills, less time, or fewer turns.

The fundamental flaw came from playing a game that leaves success to luck.

Save yourself some grief in the real world.

Don’t roll the dice. Find a proven system.

In 21 steps, MTTB teaches you how to start making big commissions online.

So stop banking on good luck.

Give strategy a chance:

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Best,

[DFYE] 27th September 2015 “How to write bad poetry”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

How to write bad poetry
How to be a genius
What Shakespeare, Newton, and Franklin all had in common…

Email Body Copy:

Want to know the trick to being a genius?

Do this trick, and I guarantee you’ll be well on your way to achieving greatness… similar to the likes of Isaac Newton. And Shakespeare, and Darwin, and Benjamin Franklin.

This “trick” is something you can apply to all kinds of things. But to get our heads around it, let’s look at a specific example.

Poetry.

How do you write great poetry?

Learn the basics. Get the essentials down.

Learn about metre, form, and rhyming schemes. The rules and regulations and guidelines. The boring stuff. Sear all of that stuff into your soul, and when you’ve done that… ONLY when you’ve first done that… can you try to get creative.

How do you write bad poetry?

Skip the basics. Just try to be “creative” from the get go. Just write out whatever sounds best to you. I can guarantee your poetry will suck.

But maybe you’re not into poetry.

No matter. Like I said, this principle still applies to doing anything well.

Wanna start an online business that works?

Start with the basics. Get the essentials down. Create the kind of foundation that all good businesses have. It’s where all successful entrepreneurs, all geniuses start: the essentials.

That’s what MTTB is for. Helping you start. Making sure you’ve got all the essentials.

It’s a 21-step training program that…

-pairs you with an experienced coach
-provides you with high-ticket products
-gives you an already in place high-converting sales funnel
-covers customer service

…and helps you get your home business off the ground.

It’s $49 to sign up. And if you go through the 21 steps, and haven’t made a big-ticket commission in 30 days… you get 10 times your money back.

Or you could just try to be creative. Do your own thing. Skip the essentials. Who knows, maybe it’ll work out.

Except, it won’t.

You need the essentials.

Want help getting them all down? Start here:

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Best,

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