Yesterday I revealed that a third of adults don’t write anything by hand for six months at a time…
And I also said I’d reveal something much worse today.
So, here it is:
According to recent research, boys are put off reading because they think books are “girly”.
If that’s the case…
Hand me that miniskirt and call me Davina!
But, in all seriousness…
Is it any wonder the world’s economy is in the state it is?
Not only do we have a majority of adults who are almost “allergic” to putting pen to paper…
But now up to 50 percent of the human race don’t want to read either.
Answers don’t just manifest themselves without a little inspiration from the written word first!
Male or female – you have an instant advantage here…
If you read, even a little, then you will propel yourself to the top of your niche.
Reading gets you thinking…
It gives you ideas of your own.
You take action on those ideas and…
You have products, content and marketing material that screams “authority figure” to the ignorant plebs who are too lazy to make the effort.
And, where there’s laziness, there’s money.
It’s no coincidence that since I read more…
Books, newspapers and blogs…
I’ve been able to churn out daily marketing content in a matter of minutes each day.
I really can’t make it clearer than this:
The secret of success is down to being well read.
Take Richard Branson, for example.
The guy may be dyslexic but he’s very well read and that has helped him make successful business decisions worth billions of dollars.
To become a successful email marketer read on a little more:
As an Inbox Rockstar member, you can download at least 20 “fill in the blanks” email marketing templates which can completed in minutes and used to promote any product in any niche.
A simple exercise in reading, writing and making money online that anybody can follow…
Girly or not!
P.S. Even if you don’t like reading, it’s not required as an Inbox Rockstar member!
Every month, some of the “fill in the blanks” templates are based around books I have read myself!
Marketing really doesn’t get much easier than this:
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