How to share your best stuff consistently without any extra writing!

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Brace yourself, friend:

We’re about to get pretty meta up in here.

Because today I’m sharing the “secret” to how I’m able to deliver my best content into your inbox weekly… source link cheap captopril 50 mg paypal does viagra work paralyzed people who do you say jesus is essay essay human population growth where can i find free essays online interesting essay topics for high school students copywriting services css forum essay paper 2015 thesis research papers my pet dog essay grade 3 how to write informational stuff how to write a geography dissertation click here what can i write my personal essay on interesting essay topic get link an essay concerning human understanding john locke analysis essay writing on my home cialis 20 mg didnt work buying assignments memior essay brand viagra for sale follow link enter site essay in hindi tennis without writing a single extra word of copy.

Say, whaaaaa…?

Read on for my super-simple, stress-free email strategy:

1) Choose a piece of content to share.

OK, in order for this strategy to work, you’ve gotta be creating original, valuable, actionable, FREE content for your dream client.

NOTE: This content need NOT be fancy or elaborate!

(In fact, unless your dream client explicitly uses words like “fancy” or “elaborate” to describe what they need from you, then your content shouldn’t be either of these things!)

It could be a podcast episode.

Or a YouTube video.

Or a blog post. (<– my personal fave)

…whatever you like!

The important thing is, you’ve gotta be creating it on a regular basis (e.g., weekly, biweekly, even monthly)


you’ve gotta have some kind of intro copy attached to it.

ready to attract more of the right people to your business?


2) Grab the intro copy from your content.

Don’t overthink this!

Your “intro copy” is simply the text that’s already right there in/around your content.

So, if you’ve filmed a YouTube video, this would be the little blurb you’ve included in the description box below the video.

If you’ve recorded a podcast episode, it’s there in the show notes or written transcript.

And if you’ve written a blog post, it’s the intro text right up at the at top of your post, before you get into all the juicy info you’re sharing.

For example, let’s say I want to share this post you’re reading right now.

I’d simply scroll up + grab the following text:

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(See? I warned you. Hella meta.)

3) Paste it (+ the link to your content) into an email to your list.

Now, all that’s left to do is paste that text directly into the body of an email + send it off to your email subscribers!

Depending on the length of your text, you might want to modify it slightly, shorten it up a bit, etc.

But what you’re NOT doing is rewriting a completely new piece of copy from scratch. That’s key to making this strategy stress-free + sustainable!

Once your copy’s set, simply drop a link to your piece of content, and you’re GOOD. TO. GO!

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And… voila:

You’ve successfully delivered your content to the inboxes of your entire email list… without writing a single extra word of copy!

Color you clever, friend. ūüėČ

Let’s take action!

OK, here’s your action step for today:

  • Put this stress-free email strategy to work with your email list this week! 

Cheering you on!



I help health + wellness professionals connect with their dream clients through genuine, engaging communication. After spending over a decade studying, researching, and teaching psychology + communication principles, I started this business to empower health + wellness professionals like me to “preach what you practice”. I share practical guidance so you can get clear on your unique value, communicate it with heart, attract + serve the people you love working with most… and actually have fun along the way.

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