Morning Routine For Feeling Great And Supercharging Productivity

It doesn’t matter if you’re a morning person or not, a well-crafted morning routine can improve anyone’s life. Don’t be like most people, who hit snooze half a dozen times before rolling out of bed and going about their day without a plan.

Don’t let life happen to you.

Can I Use Images From Google?

When searching for images in Google, you’ll often be tempted to use the first beautiful picture you can find. It’s a good idea to stop and think for a second:

“But can I use images from Google? Is it legal?”

More often than not, these questions bring people to a conclusion that goes something like this:

“If I can find it on Google, that must mean that it is free, right?”

WRONG.

Get Your First Paying Customer Today

First paying customer

You don’t need to be popular, have a big audience or be an expert to sell your products.

All you need is a product (some) people want and a relentless attitude towards figuring out how to clone these people fast enough.

Crazy, right?

Launching your product is probably just about 20% of the job. The remaining 80% is promoting it to the right people.

But how do you find that very first customer, that will help you get the momentum?

These Tools Will Promote Your Products While You Sleep

automation-tools

When you first launched your product, you probably noticed that a lot of the time is spent out in the field making 1:1 connections with your audience.

Once you start to grow, it’s harder to maintain these 1:1 relationships with everyone. At this point, it’s time to delegate some of the repetitive tasks to one of these tools.

Best Practices for Email Subject Lines

Email subject lines that sell

What is the most important part of sending any email?

I’ve been doing this exercise of noticing which parts of the email I am paying attention to.

So far the pattern is pretty clear. Here are the top five things that I pay attention to when reading an email (even if I only skim over):

1. How people greet me
2. First sentence
3. The list (if any)
4. Photo of a person
5. P.S. section

You can debate whether this list should be used as a universal guideline when designing and writing your next sales letter, but one thing is clear. I wouldn’t even have the chance to notice all these things, if the subject line did not motivate me to open the email.

So how do you write a subject line that gets reader’s attention in the overcrowded email inbox, and makes him take action based on those couple of words?