The best writers I know are frighteningly smart.
So being smarter and raising my IQ has long been a goal of mine.
Some say you’re stuck with the neural cards you’ve been dealt.
But I’m convinced that intelligence can be increased and IQ raised.
Increasingly, researchers are, too.
Here are some ways to do it…virtually instantly…
A lot of people have asked me about writing for the big newsletter and book publishers such as Boardroom.
Some want to know how to break into the “big leagues.” (These publishers are always hungry for great copy, and always looking for writers they can depend on to produce it.)
Others would just like to be able to write at that skill level and use the same proven copy techniques to promote their clients’ products or services. Or their own.
So I’ve been thinking about ways to share what I’ve learned about writing for the big mailers.
If that’s something that interests you, would you let me know what might be most useful to you by answering a few questions below?
I’d really appreciate it. (Feel free to be anonymous if you like.)
Hey, thanks for stopping by and checking out my blog.
Whether you came by link or by search…
…whether you’re a current or aspiring copywriter, marketer, entrepreneur, creative thinker, or none of the above…
…I’m darned glad you’re here.
My goal is to provide you with all sorts of great info and insights on persuasion … creativity … copywriting … marketing … direct response … self-development … and anything that helps you be more successful—personally as well as professionally. (That sure gives me a lot of leeway, doesn’t it?)
Since this is a blog, I guess I should also tell you some of what I’ve been up to lately…
Just got word that a magalog I did for Boardroom/Bottom Line Books has successfully launched yet another book: Breakthroughs in Natural Healing. Look for it in your mailbox soon.
(What? You’re not on Boardroom’s list? Shame on you—it’s one of the best, least expensive ways to get a direct mail education.