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Solidify and Personalize Blueprint Steps

I’ve added this lesson only as a quick review.

In the last few lessons, I’ve given you lots of background, the model, the Blueprint, the psychology, the why.

But I don’t want it to be all confusing.

So here’s to boil it down:

Each day, each week, you’ll do these 3 things:

  1. Write or record content that becomes your products (book chapters, 1 hour audios, videos, etc) and write sales letters that tell people who need your training why they should buy, and ask them to buy if they want to make that change in their lives.
  2. Write or record a daily email to send to your list (so that they trust you, they follow you, they want to learn more, you change their lives, and so on)
  3. Write or record content that serves to attract folks to your website so that they can become subscribers, get your daily email, and a percentage of them (5-10% or maybe a little more) will buy your trainings, enroll in your memberships, enroll in coaching, etc.)

That’s it!

You need do nothing else in your business!

Almost everything I do falls under these 3 categories.

Of course, when you first start your business, you have to create your Blueprint, you have to map out your business, you have to choose a domain name, you have to build a basic website with a squeeze page.

But once those initial steps are done (in the first week or two), all you do is the 3 steps above.

And when you are only doing 3 things a day, you get really good at that thing.

When folks record their first training, they don’t usually like the way it sounds.

Who cares? do it once a week for a year and after 50 hours of talking on audio, you don’t care anymore!

When folks write their first article, it can take 10 hours!

The second one takes 5 hours!

But by the 20th article, you are writing one in 20 minutes. No, it doesn’t seem believable. But you have to write the first 19 to find out!

And the same thing with your daily email.

Too many people tell me they don’t know what to write in their daily email, so they never write one.

But please believe me, if you write one a day for 50 days, it’s natural, in fact, you get ideas in the shower to write your emails, you get ideas while driving, and if you jot these ideas down through the day, you think, “how can I only write one”

But you MUST get into the daily habit of writing a daily email, even if that email only says, “Hi, how are you today?” or “Hi, is there anything I can help you with?” or something like something I think I wrote like 9 years ago: “Hi, I’m sitting down to write an email and just don’t know what to teach today . . . so if you’ll send me your biggest challenge in (your topic) I’ll answer you personally” and then when each person responds, you answer personally, and then use that question as the topic for tomorrow’s email and the email after that and so on!

 

 

Ok, this is so important I’m going to copy and paste something I wrote above:

Each day, each week, you’ll do these 3 things:

  1. Write or record content that becomes your products (book chapters, 1 hour audios, videos, etc) and write sales letters that tell people who need your training why they should buy, and ask them to buy if they want to make that change in their lives.
  2. Write or record a daily email to send to your list (so that they trust you, they follow you, they want to learn more, you change their lives, and so on)
  3. Write or record content that serves to attract folks to your website so that they can become subscribers, get your daily email, and a percentage of them (5-10% or maybe a little more) will buy your trainings, enroll in your memberships, enroll in coaching, etc.)

That’s it!

You need do nothing else in your business!

 

 

 

 

 

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