This week’s podcast is my tribute of sorts to the late, great Earl Nightingale. Including why he is probably spinning in his grave, and the most profitable lessons, ideas, and principles I’ve learned from him over the past 20+ years of studying his products.
Lots of immediately-profitable info inside.
And, it’s waiting patiently for you here:
In today’s exciting podcast, I reveal the big secret behind how freelance copywriters can make all the money their cold, dank hearts desire. A secret used by everyone from the great Dan Kennedy to be the highest paid freelancer in the world, to the great Stan Lee to become the highest paid comic book writer of his day.
This week’s podcast talks about a secret, dare I say “miraculous” marketing secret used by a depression-era boxing champ that can (literally) save a dying business.
Very powerful information.
And so simple, even a coach can do it.
Here’s the link:
Today’s podcast is an unsacred Q&A, where I pulled 5 questions from my righteous sack, answered them, and sent the question-askers on their merry ways with a swat on the arse.
Hit the jump below to listen to my sour voice:
This fine Sunday podcast is about using the brutal power of contrast to make all your marketing more memorable and profitable.
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The subject line above is a quote from the great, and esteemed Bobby Singer of the TV show “Supernatural.” It’s also one of the 7 “Email Players” rules covered on today’s podcast.
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This week’s podcast is about how to “unbroke” yourself. I have no idea if it will add anything to anyone’s life, especially since it teaches how to think and problem solve, and most people have no interest in doing either…
Here’s the linkaroo:
This week’s podcast is my ex-spurt review of the smash hit movie “Black Panther”, including a gaggle of profitable business lessons, tips, and ideas I observed while watching it.
Here’s the jolly ol’ link:
This week’s (very short) podcast reveals a secret publication (no longer in print, but easily accessible today) that was the secret weapon of one of history’s greatest copywriters.
You can listen in here:
Today’s podcast concludes my 4-part “Mount Rushmore” (hat tip to the great Brian Kurtz for the analogy) of people who get most of the credit (or blame…) for any success I’ve had.
The first 3 were Matt Furey, Gary Bencivenga, and Ken McCarthy.
All of which I’ve been fortunate enough to get testimonials from.
This 4th one, I won’t be able to get one from.
Because the great Gary Halbert passed away over 10 years ago. (Cue up one of the bat shyt woo-woo coaches offering to do a seance…) But, that doesn’t mean I can’t fan-boy all over the place about the things I learned from him and how the impact they’ve had.
Which you can listen to right here: