Use these pre-written scripts to optimize your emails
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My ready-to-use scripts are one of the most popular parts of my book.
Today, some more scripts for you to use…
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When I first started using virtual assistants, I was shocked at how hard it was to get things done. I had two choices: Blame myself for being bad at communication, or blame the poor foreign workers who I was paying less than $10/hour to.
I chose to blame them. And after eating a dinner of rare steak and fine wines, I retired to my antechamber, played a game of chess while draped in a cashmere throw, and slept well that night.
Ok, no. Actually, I spent over 65 hours analyzing my emails to them and figuring out better ways to get “one-and-done” emails — messages where I sent one email and did not get any more back-and-forth responses. I tested dozens of responses and ended up saving those 65 hours back in 3 months.
NOTE: You don’t have to have a virtual assistant to use these scripts. Try using them at work.
I ended up sharing those scripts in a guest post just released on Tim Ferriss’s blog called, “How to E-mail Virtual Assistants (or Any Assistants): Proven Templates”.
You can use these with friends at work to get “one-and-done” emails and save yourself from wasting time answering follow up questions all day. Just rip off these proven email templates — you have my permission — and use them right away.
By the way, I have a TON of scripts in Earn1K — my course on earning side income — including a video of exactly how to over-deliver for your client, and email scripts showing how one student unlocked his first $18,000 in side income (recurring revenue, too). Plus actual surveys and emails and scripts you can use for yourself to get paying clients and rapidly raise your rates. Click here to get free preview materials.
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