Nicheology Profit Letter
Issue 111: Simple Success
By Paul Evans
Is it OK for a parent to brag for a second?
Our youngest son, Steven, finished his junior high football “career” last night. He’s not a big kid, but he made some awesome tackles! Chased a boy down on the opening kick off return and saved a touch down.
His old man had a similar experience in 8th grade with one small difference. I lunged at the boy at the 10 yard line and came up with nothing but turf.
Before pulling today’s profit letter points from that story, there were a couple of questions that came in about Simple Six http://budurl.com/simplesix
“Is this going to be a membership with a monthly fee?”
Nope. In fact, there not even a one-time-offer, upsell, sidesell or any of that other mess. It a straight checkout and get in. No tricks.
“I didn’t see a price on the page. How much will it be?”
All will be revealed on Thursday at Noon, CST. However, I can tell you that I thought hard about releasing it as a one of my coaching intensives for $497. And that’s still an option down the road, but this initial release will be within reach of everyone.
Contrary to the belief of his grandparents, Steven is not the star of the football team.
But what he lacks in size, he makes up for with hustle and hard hits.
You don’t have to be the smartest, the fastest, the most original, the most technical, or even the coolest to “make it.”
Hustle and hard hits lead to simple success.
Make it a goal to chase down better conversion rates on your squeeze page.
Get up an hour early and write that article.
Turn off the TV and tackle a new project or complete a current one.
My boy got up every morning at 5 am to get to football practice during the season.
Is my 8th grader out hustling you? Is he more committed than you? Is he working harder to play a game than you are on your business?
OK… that was some tough coach talk for the wimps. For the sissies who want to be the star of the team without showing up for practice. For those afraid of getting hit.
Now for the hustlers and hitters who feel like their work isn’t working…
Stay consistent. Keep showing up. Keeping hitting it.
Success is simple, but not without sacrifice. It doesn’t come without a price.
Success is NOT an Accident,