An Interview with James Clear
What a privilege to have an opportunity to talk with, and learn from, a true master of online writing, and online business!
In this power-packed interview, James Clear (jamesclear.com) enlightens us on:
- His most successful list-building strategies, and the true cost of having a large e-mail list
- How using “the pivot” is critical for long-term success
- How to use personal values as a starting point for decision making
- How to build your site to serve your audience
This guy has seen incredible success in growing his subscriber base, and in his online business . . . don’t miss this chance to learn from a seasoned pro!
What he’s shared is pure gold.
Oh, and when you make it to the end, you get to see all of my awesome mess-ups (#oops), and have a laugh with us. (Note – James didn’t mess up. Not once. #rockstar)
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Don’t Quit. Or, What I’ve Learned from Jeff Goins
Business is hard.
Writing is hard.
I’ve come really close to quitting. Really close.
My guess is that you have, too.
Something didn’t go right? Those little voices in your head gotcha? Telling you “You don’t know enough. You aren’t WORTH it. This is too hard. Somebody else is already doing that. Nobody wants your thing.”
Yeah, I’ve heard those, too.
I’ve almost quit over them. Have you?
I’ve pulled the covers over my head. I’ve cried. I’ve curled up in a ball on the floor and whimpered, just to feel what it’s like to do that (didn’t really feel that good, and didn’t help at all.)
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My top three takeaways from Amy Porterfield’s B-School Bonus Experience: San Diego Mastermind Workshop
I met Amy Porterfield in the bathroom. This is what she taught me.
It was kinda funny, actually – those silly automatic faucets had been giving all of us a hard way to go that morning (those things drive me nuts). Amy was over there trying to get the thing to work and asking Raubi (who I also met there in the bathroom) if there was a trick.
With 5 minutes to “show time,” there’s Amy and Raubi and me making introductions in the bathroom, and imploring the faucets to run so that we could wash our hands. Priceless.
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