What i said,
about selling being a creative process…
is, creation takes time.
requires a certain mental temperament and a productive environment too.
temperament, the environment, and the process are different for everyone. But with
practice, you learn what feeds your creativity and what kills it…and you start
living your life around these things.
in my case, if I have to go out or I have someone over, then my day is surely shot.
when I know I have one of those days, I don’t even bother to work.
talking about a 30 min run down to the shops to grab milk or something. But say,
I have to wake up early to go to the Free Zone Office to deal with Adam’s residency
visa…or to take Aya to the doctor…These kind of disruptions usually kill my
creativity and I’ve learned there’s no point trying to get it back that day.
disruption in routine has a bad effect on me.
think with a Home Business you can take your business anywhere with you…
But I can only
handle admin tasks, answer emails, put out fires…whatever. I’m not writing any
remarkable ads or coming up with new product ideas that are worth a shyt.
If I travel
anywhere, it will take me at least 3 weeks to settle in any new place.
As far as
temperament goes, if i get into an argument with my wife, then creativity is
But on the
upside, if I get into an argument with a customer, client, or I pick a fight
with a nobody asshole named Jesse Jameson who stole my thoughts and sold them
without permission…then I turn into an ANIMAL of a salesman.
My best marketing
is done when I’m raging mad.
emotions of any kind work well for me–As long as the emotions have to do with
people outside my home.
stress, and looming deadlines are where I thrive.
them, I’m complacent and useless.
process for creativity is probably different from mine. And that’s ok.
is, we have to understand that as marketers you and I have an extremely creative-intense
role. Whether it’s an ad or a sales letter…an
email or a landing page we’re
It has to
be fresh….(though it won’t always be).
It has to
be brilliant…(though it won’t always be).
And we have
to keep trying, even if we’re at the top of our game, producing the most
incredible stuff. You can’t stop. You have to keep creating. And YOU LOVE IT.
requires more than just repetition and a “productive” environment.
inspiration is not always readily available. Especially if you do client work.
requires creating on demand.
easy. Creativity is a draining, exhausting thing. It’s a miracle anyone can do it
on demand anyway.
would YOU get inspiration from?
importantly, how do you get it 10 times a day?
And how do
you get inspired regularly, every single day, rain or shine, snow or sleet?
Communicology 701 opens (with any luck) for your enrollments. This class will
help you with inspiration and creativity… in two ways.
#1 – is a creativity formula of mine. When I came
up with this, it became a big turning point in my selling online career. I no
longer get crippling “creative block”. And I can ALWAYS come up with something new
to say in an email or a blog post or sales letter. Even if it isn’t always
teach you. It’s powerful. You’ll love it.
#2 – is huge
too. It’s being surrounded once a week by creative people and their fresh
ideas. To spend one day a week, going back and forth, listening to other
creative people like you, to hear what they come up with …it gives you huge
inspiration – then you go off and produce amazing sales communication.
a break-thru at least once a week.
We open for
your enrollment TOMORROW.
and let’s create together.
Go here to
get more info on Communicology before we open…