You're not going to feel like writing every email.
Shocker. I know.
But the more emails you write, the more chances you have to do whatever you're writing emails to do.
What ARE you writing emails to do? WHY are you writing them?
Do you have a clear answer?
That's Step 1 to Writing When You Feel Like Whining
Remember why you're even writing.
In one sentence, why are you writing? Write your answer down.
Next. Write down your excuse for not writing. Seriously, write it down.
You're tired. You don't have any ideas. You don't have anything to say. You're not sure how to say it. Your goldfish died.
Whatever the reason, write it. And then write WHY that's stopping you from writing.
Did you write it? Good!
You just did Step 2. Start writing.
“Oh but that doesn't count!” you say.
Why not!? You just needed to start writing. And you did. It doesn't matter what you wrote. It just matters that you wrote.
You eliminated your excuse.
How does it feel? Excuses are tools of entrepreneurs who build monuments of nothingness. You just destroyed your excuses for not writing. In 2 simple steps.
Here’s your recap:
Eventually you have to write about something different. Things that keep your readers interested, engaged, and make them want to give you money.
That’s where Emails That Make Sales comes in.
Momentum is a game changer when you’re writing. Getting started can be like pushing a stalled car uphill.
But once you get in motion, you’re like Usain Bolt on 2 Red Bulls.
Following the 2 simple steps above gives you that spark in a small way.
Emails That Make Sales gives you that spark in a major way. Everyday.
P.S. Donnie recorded a video not too long ago explaining 3 ways to write faster...and any writing is faster than just whining. Thought I'd share it with you here.