Podcast Episode 061: The Linchpin of the Lovable Business (in depth conversation with Good Life Members who have already launched their newsletters)

In order to build a lovable business based on the brilliance of One to Many marketing… you must deploy a printed monthly newsletter into your business ASAP.

Enjoy this in depth conversation as I speak with Good Life Members John Cunningham and Tom Miller about their newsletters.


Awesome episode extras:

Here is a copy of a recent newsletter that I sent to my “list”. Please pay close attention of the psychological framework of the article and the specific sections of the newsletter.


1 Comment

  • Cassady

    Reply Reply July 10, 2019

    I’ve become quite obsessed with the episodes on your show and I’ve shared them with my client, Denise Gosnell who agrees they are every bit of amazing. I wanted to find out if you’d be interested in having Denise on your show as she is a seasoned real estate investor in addition to running several businesses. Denise coaches huge authority figures like Joe Polish, Ryan Deiss, Yanik Silver and Sasha Ablitt. Her personal mission is to help successful entrepreneurs take back the freedom and joy in their life while still growing and scaling their business.

    As a 7 figure entrepreneur and attorney, Denise understands the drive to work hard to achieve a high level of success.

    After feeling burnt out from spending 70-80 hours per week running her businesses, Denise decided to start with a 30 day experiment where she restructured her businesses to a 3 day work week so that she could spend more time with her young daughter and doing other things that brought her joy.

    After launching her time experiment, she found that she was more productive with her work, made more money in her business than ever before, and was happier with her life because she was spending more time with her family.

    Denise’s method is outlined in what she calls “The Vacation Effect” where she coaches entrepreneurs how to create hyper-efficiency in their life and foster growth by subtraction so they can have it all — growth in their business and personal time to do things they love. In fact, Denise uses these strategies to run her 3 different businesses in 3 different industries by working just 3 days per week running those businesses.

    Would you be interested in collaborating on an interview with Denise and help your listeners learn the Vacation Effect principles of growth by subtraction and forced hyper-efficiency through several unconventional time management and business processes?

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