The #1 question I get:
What’s the number one thing I can do to improve my copywriting skill?
Do lots of “stuff”.
I’ve been a:
- Motorcycle racer
- World traveler
- Oil Painter
- Door to door salesman
- Computer programmer
- Home renovation contractor
- Landscaping architect
- Public speaker
- Auto detailer
- House painter
- Semi truck driver
- Security guard
- Drug dealer
- Fast food cashier
- Oil rig surveyor
- Business school student
- Subway sandwich artist
When you play it safe and live one track of life experience, you don’t have much to say or experiences to draw upon.
The language you speak is dull, limp, and uninspiring because you’re life is Flaccid.
If you decide to get curious about the world and LIVE… You’ll have a richer life experience.
A richer life experience gives you perspectives you could have never seen, angles you could never come from.
You learn what makes people tick, and how to influence them.
You can’t get that from another course. Books can only take you so far.
The best way to become a good writer is to live a life that inspires you to write…
Grandma’s basement of the same ol’ small town doing the same ol’things won’t give you anything to talk about…
Because you chose to experience life without colors.
Get out of your world, and get into the real world.
It’s a big place and it’s waiting for you.