after what felt like 12 hours on the road I’m back home in my office
(which I’ve dubbed “Studio 49”)
and awaiting dinner to be delivered.
I had a lot of time to think on the drive home while listening to “The Richest Man In Babylon.”
In it, the author,
George S. Clason, tells his “five truths of gold”.
I’ve been inspired.
So, here’s what I’ve come up with for “truths of running an online business”:
Truth #1: Never take advice from someone who doesn’t have to deal with the consequences
Truth #2: Teaching is a shortcut to mastery
Truth #3: The moment you have a targeted list is the moment you have a business
Truth #4: Besides an offer, the only two things you need in any market to be successful is trust and respect
Truth #5: Ensure you stay relevant by diversifying your list
^^that last one springs truer than true.
In this month’s Email Elite Exclusive Training I walk you through step by step some almost “brainless” ways to diversify your list.
This means subscribers will experience unique offerings based on their behaviors and interests –instead of a “one-size-fits-all” model seen around these days (that limits your revenue and lowers your trust with your audience).
While there are definitely “more” truths to running an online business,
the doorbell just rang,
and I’m hungry.
Many other truths await you on the other side:
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