Welcome to this week’s MondayMotivator.
Recently I came across a BIG question. One that resonated with me and when I asked my clients, resonated with them too. It’s a good question. One that is often referred to as the Dan Sullivan question.
Dan Sullivan’s bio says he is the world’s foremost expert on entrepreneurship in action. Wow! Big call. He does appear to have the chops to call himself that though — with the time and effort he has put in, and the success he’s had.
This isn’t an ad for Dan. It’s an invitation for you to ask yourself the following question — honestly.
“If we were having this discussion 3 years from today, and you were looking back over those 3 years, what has to have happened in your life both personally and professionally, for you to feel happy with your progress?”
Good question, right? It’s a big question and one that could have a huge effect on your life. Think about it this week. Maybe write it down and have it somewhere you can see it. Jot things down from time to time and then when you have a clear head sit down and put everything together.
This might take you five minutes. It might take you an hour. But I believe that if you do it, you will have a clear idea of what good things you want to happen to you in your life.
Have a great week.
Glenn ‘The Riddler’ Edley
P.S. I’ve had a number of enquiries from people on my recent email marketing webinars and others over the last few weeks about Mailchimp. Most of the questions were in fact Mailchimp-based.
I realise a lot of people use it, they’re happy with it and don’t want to move from there… yet.
I also realise our services aren’t cheap – even though the return on investment is generally huge – but a lot of people don’t think they’re ready for the full service Spike offers.
So I’m going to form a pilot program.
I would personally train you over 3 weeks and give you actual methods and templates you can basically ‘copy and paste’ into your business.
You would have your Mailchimp account open as we walk through what to do.
As my team aren’t going to be hands on, it would be a MUCH lower investment.
There are some criteria:
1. Already have an established customer database
2. Have sent emails to that database for the last 6 – 12 months
3. Are selling at least a product or service from a website or brick and mortar
4. Have the capacity to get the work done
5. Are coachable and friendly
6. And you can keep secrets — shh 😉
Reply with a “yes please” and I’ll be in contact. Thank you.