Trainspotter Almost Killed By A High-speed Train

So I was browsing YouTube the other day. 

And I saw a clip of a guy who was ALMOST hit by a high-speed train because he’s too busy watching the train on the other side of the tracks. 

It was quite ironic, to be honest. 

The trainspotter (who’s supposed to be spotting trains) didn’t even spot the train behind him that could potentially send him knock, knock, knocking on heaven’s door. 

Well, guess what? 

We’re not that different from the loco guy. 


Because we tend to miss the point a lot, too. We’re so focused and engrossed on other things WHILE being oblivious to what’s really important. 

Here’s what I mean: 

I talk to a lot of business owners and hordes of them think that making more sales using emails is all about writing great email copy. 

And sadly, they completely miss the point! 

They say, “All I need is a good email copy and I’m gonna make out like gangbusters.” 

But what they don’t understand is that email is just a “multiplier.” 

In other words, it will just multiply whatever it is you’re making now. 

So if you’re not making any sale using other medium, then don’t expect emails to magically bring you more sales. 

It doesn’t work like that, bruh! 

And I know this because after years and years of helping clients with their email marketing, one of the biggest deciding factors whether the campaign will succeed or not is their present sales. 

If a company is making 5-figures sales from their marketing efforts, then emails can easily double or triple that sale as long as they have a responsive list of people who belong to their target market. 

Which brings me to the punch line: 

Are you already making sales in your business? 

Do you want to double or even triple your sale by simply converting your email subscribers into paying clients? 

Can you handle more customers and more clients? 

If you answer YES, YES, YES to all three questions, then I want to work with you. 

All you have to do is SEND ME A DM and I’ll reach out to you for further instructions.