One of the questions that pops up every now and then from “Email Players” subscribers (one of the “perks” of being a subscriber is asking me questions via email) is:
“What’s the best music to write to?”
When it comes to writing and content-creation I refer you to something the guy who not only publishes many of my books but is also the world’s most-published author of computer books likes to say:
“If it ain’t Baroque, don’t fix it!”
And, I have to agree.
When in doubt, go Baroque.
There is a secret “trick” to making content creation — especially written content, like emails, sales copy, bonus reports, blog posts, social media content, etc — I learned years ago from an old business partner who was very lazy, yet wrote thousands of pages of content very quickly…. to make your content even more profitable, and far more quickly and easily. This little ditty can also ramp up your concentration through the roof.
And yes, it applies to any kind of music you listen to.
But, it is especially powerful with Baroque and instrumental music.
It’s also something I’ve been using for years to pound out more content in a week than most of my peers and colleagues create in a month, or even several months.
And you know what?
I reveal this power trick on page 4 in the upcoming July “Email Players” issue.
Plus, this issue contains 33 additional ways to quickly and as painlessly as possible bang out all kinds of content for your business, including:
- Social media posts
- Books (non-fiction or fiction)
- Articles/blog posts
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