New “Email Players” subscriber Cheryl Hulseapple learns of one of the “hidden” benefits of mailing using my wicked ways:
You know why I subscribed to your emails and to Email Players?
It wasn’t to become a better copywriter or even to grow my business and earn money, first and foremost.
I wanted to make writing fun again.
And Email Players, the Playbook, and your emails are doing that for me. So thank you.
I’ve been earning money as a copy editor over the last few years. Now I’m ready to be done with making a living by exploiting my own “skills” for perfection.
I want to write for fun, to initiate interesting conversations, to talk about what’s happening in the world, even if it’s only what happened to me yesterday.
I welcome the challenge of making my emails relatable to others, to life, and to selling.
Trying to achieve writing perfection was killing me, my creativity, and my income.
Am I writing every day? Not yet. But much more often. With less anxiety, more ease, more focused ideas, and more of my own personality.
Emails Players may be “expensive” for a newsletter, but it’s a steal as a form of “therapy.”
(P.S. If you remember, I saw you reteweeting Mike Cernovich, Stefan Molyneux, Vox Day, etc. and said <3! I can follow you without hearing that other kind of BS.)
Maybe I should make the “Email Players” slogan:
“Making therapy fun again”
“The only therapist that pays you to visit”
There are many benefits awaiting you when you take the plunge into the abyss of the email copywriting asylum known as “Email Players”.
And if you want in, now’s the time.
Tomorrow I send the October issue (a sweet one for people new to my world for a plethora of reasons) to the printer.
Here’s the link: