Last week I sent you an email (which I’ve reprinted below).
Only problem is…
Before sending it to you, I accidentally sent it to my Get Mold Solutions subscriber list, and you won’t believe what happened.
Here’s the email:
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Would You Be So Bold
I’ve been receiving phone calls and emails
from some of you who have been missing out
on my latest munee-makin rants.
For those of you who dare to be so bold,
you can now access my…
‘Tested & Proven, In-The-Trenches,
Garunteeeeed To Put A Boatload Of
Munee Into Your Bank Account Articles’
They’re all archived here
Dedicated to your success,
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Shortly after I accidentally sent this email, I got the following reply, which was just one of the many that followed.
I feel sorry for you.
You are going to get a boat load of criticism from people that will look at your mold site as a money making scam after reading your money making site.
I’m not one of them, because I am in business, and only an idiot would be in business to lose money.
I like your comments about driving a Ford Ranger and taking flack for it. I get the same thing from everyone for driving an economical Suzuki Swift. It’s not cool for my 2 boys to be seen with a dad driving such a vehicle.
I will eventually give in. I am however a firm believer that if your job deals with the public, then you should drive a vehicle that doesn’t look like you are on skid row. A nice vehicle gives others the sense that you must know what you are doing because you “look” successful.
From reading all you have written in the last couple years, I would have to say from my perspective that you sound like a wise man.
I have been in the business of designing and making plastic parts since 1985. I am running 12 injection molding presses and have sales that exceed anything I could have imagined when I started.
I have learned, like you, what to do and what not to do. Your munee-makin website sounds like a great site, I hope many of the people with mold issues will sign up for this e-mail as well.
What better way to help them with their problems? Your “accidental” e-mail, may not have been an “accident” at all. Thank you,
Innovative Mold, Inc.
1405 Cannon Circle
Faribault, MN 55021
Here’s what’s interesting to note:
The letter above was the kindest reply I received, because Kevin “gets it”.
Everyone else who responded to this email, did so in anger.
They told me how the Get Mold Solutions site was nothing but a scam, and I was just out to make a buck.
Talk about shallow!
What’s interesting to note is the fact that none of the people who responded had ever bought a thing from me, yet they were happy to take my “free” advice so they could get help with their mold situation.
Now don’t get me wrong.
I believe in helping others.
Truth is, I’m a very generous person and believe in always giving my clients MORE than their monies worth.
But even at that, there will always be a certain percentage of the population, who believe that as a business owner, you don’t have the right to make a profit. Instead, you should eek out a meager living for yourself.
Well phooey on that!
And it’s my guess (because you’re subscribed to this list) that you agree with me.
As a business owner, you DO have the right to make a healthy profit. And the more, the better.
After all, being broke never helped anyone.
But, here’s the deal.
You’ve got to provide a fair exchange of value for your clients.
And when you do, they’ll feel good about investing their money with you.
Running your business must be a win-win situation for not only you, but your clients as well.
And the truth is, it ain’t hard to do.
When you have your clients best interests at heart, it will show, and they’ll keep coming back to you over, and over, and over again.
Fortunately for Kevin, he made the smart move to subscribe to my Automatic Income list as well.
And if he’s REALLY smart, he’ll also get registered for the next teleseminar by Going Here.
That’s it for this week.
Dedicated to your success,