There's a common piece of of wisdom that says:
"If you're the smartest person in the room, you're in the wrong room."
It's really BAD advice.
Firstly, it doesn't even make sense. No matter what room you're in, SOMEONE has to be the smartest person there. The instant that guy or gal leaves, the next smartest person takes the top spot.
Secondly, there are countless areas to be smart in. What kind of intelligence should determine whether you should stay or go?
Thirdly, the room where you're "smarter" than everyone else is the room where you can help the most people. And get paid for it.
Plus, sometimes you just can't help it. You're so doggone smart! Maybe you're at the pinnacle of the cerebral pyramid in most of the rooms you walk into.
It's probably not a great idea to spend all your time looking for people to pour into you (sounds selfish) instead of investing more time into building a solid platform on your brilliance.
Once you've decided to set up shop where you're always the smartest person in the room -- where you can help people live better lives (in whatever unique way you make that happen) -- email is the best way I can think of to establish and maintain a relationship and move readers to take the action required to reach their goals.
Emails That Make Sales helps you do that...almost effortlessly.
P.S. Humility really is a virtue. And it's not polite to get "too big for your britches," as Grandma says.
But "politeness" may be preventing you from realizing your potential.
Most people who reach high levels of success in business have sizable egos. It almost seems to be a requirement. It takes a full tank of confidence to chase after something big, something difficult...to believe YOU (of all people) could be the one to step out and make it happen.
It's okay to be the smartest person in a room. Own it!
It's also okay to build your own room to make sure that's usually the case.
Frankly, email is a great way to do that. Emails That Make Sales can get you started immediately.
If you struggle to figure out what to say to your list, Emails That Make Sales may be just what the proverbial doctor ordered.