The pill that cures “small email list syndrome”

When *most* people want to start building their list, it’s usually too late.

They need to pay the bills the next month and heard “the money is in the list.”

Or, better yet…

They just got off the phone with a book agent and heard they “need to have a big list so they can get a big publisher and other authors on board”.

By then, they’re desperate and only worried about the number of subscribers they should have on their list.

“Greg” (as we’ll name him for now) suffers from what I call, “small list syndrome”.

“Gary”, on the other hand, knows that it’s not the list size that matters – it’s the quality of the subscribers on the list.

Gary is concerned with:

  • what type of people are subscribed
  • why they’re on the list in the first place
  • where these people came from
  • do they care about his topic?
  • do they trust and respect him?

Greg wants a number to tout to his social circle and potential publishers…

… and Gary knows that when he has even a *tiny* number of people who are comfortable with him and are dying to know more about his topic (let’s call them his “tribe”), they’re more likely to open his emails, respond, and even buy from him.

That’s what Jeff Goins teaches.

Jeff went from the run-of-the-mill 9 to 5, to freelance writing, to the NY Times Bestseller list…

And even attracted the likes of peeps like Tim Ferriss, Michael Hyatt, and Seth Godin.

(no small feat)

… all by growing his tribe to 10,000 fans.

Do YOU need 10,000 fans in order to build your dream business?


But you DO need to have the right prescription– I mean framework, to model…

And the people you attract MUST be the right people.

Do what I did and follow Jeff’s advice on this.

Time’s tight though, he’s going live at 10 AM and 6 PM PST.

(and I hear there’s no replay happening)

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Jeremy Montoya

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