Probably not the kind of mail you'd be excited about
By now... depending on your bandwidth for B.S
...you're either boiling or seriously confused ...and asking:
"What the hell Andy, where's this going?"
Here's the epistle:
If your Father is still alive,
Find the time to ask him:
"Daddy, what are some of the things you wish you did / didn't do, when you were my age?"
If possible, do it over a face to face conversation
The lessons hit differently versus when you do it over the phone.
I was lucky enough to have that convo with my father before he left this planet...
And I can tell you,
What I learned from that convo is invaluable
And much of it has helped me avoid some horrible mistakes that would have been too costly to bounce back from /
"But what if my pop is no more?"
Talk to your momma.
If she's no more,
Talk to your eldest sibling
And if you ain't got one,
Find that one elderly person you hold in the highest esteem
And ask them.
This person must be close to you.
NOT intimately, romantically, lovey-dovey close
But close enough to be willing to have that kinda convo with you, freely...
Now, you MUST pay attention to NOT just what they say
But how they say it...
Choice of words,
The expression on their face
Don't miss a thing.
And don't interrupt them either
Just listen and observe
You will learn a lot.
P.S: I've been too busy to share testimonials with you
But this came yesterday from Gracey, one of my newest students...
"Just yesterday I pitched through email to a lady that created an online course to help women learn about how they can start an online business. She just responded and cc'ed me to a partner of the program, I screamed immediately I saw the message like I didn't expect a response. Thank you so much for being an inspiration"
And here's another one,
"Good day to you Andy, I closed a client yesterday.. 1 sales letter, 7Emails and a 5-page Ebook, Thanks, Andy, Almighty father will bless you..."
Amen to that
I get testimonials like this all the time from new writers in my FCI class where the regular pay is a minimum of...
N100,000 per writing gig with Nigerian Clients...
And 1,000 per writing gig with foreign Clients
Even though my students are doing well and making good money for themselves... and raving about on Social Media...
I can only help those ready to help themselves
The road to Copywriting wealth is narrow
And my class is strictly designed for the few ready to go all the way
Those with a fighter pilot attitude who will...
Study like mad,
Implement like crazy
And earn those juicy fees with all sense of pride.
If that sounds like you...