Ep 5: The Truth About Ryan Lee

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02:31 – Ryan Lee’s signature “zig zag” approach to marketing that guarantees he’s always ahead of the pack

03:56 – How Ryan accidentally turned his personal health crisis into one of his biggest paydays (with absolutely no preparation or planning)

05:05 – Ryan’s bare-all message to his readers, and the response that lead him to change the way he does business

06:41 – “I just got mugged, I was shot four times…” (and more legitimate reasons for having a sale)

09:21 – The actual email and sales letter where Ryan spilled the truth to his list about why he was forced to cancel his webinar

13:02 – How to make your reader feel like they’re talking with an old friend… without sharing every detail of your personal life

14:03 – The #1 most-opened email subject line (and how to not screw it up like so many marketers do)

15:27 – The common “mishmash” mistake marketers make that leaves their readers confused and disoriented

17:06 – Ryan: “Stop writing like a copywriter, and start communicating like a friend”

18:38 – The “Family Test”, a simple method for communicating your true self in your emails. (Why you want to adopt this even if it sacrifices money in the short term.)

21:53 – How your business blunders can pay off big time if you communicate authentically

24:01 – How Ryan can practically smell someone who’s never going to “make it” in marketing… and what the rare few winners do differently

25:12 – Why providing value alone WON’T make you money… until you combine it with this one other thing

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