Lack Of Motivation? Here’s how to get into action fast!

If you’ve ever tried to do anything difficult, you’ve probably had moments when you were you lost your motivation. You might have even started looking for other people who were also unmotivated to see if it was “normal.” It doesn’t matter if it’s normal or not. What matters is if you can get through it…

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The question on everybody’s mind… [VIDEO]

When you’re asking somebody to buy from you, they are going to ask the question, why should I buy from you? You may be answering too soon… Watch this short video for more info. Get your FREE COPY of Copywriting Secrets here: http://www.copywritingsecrets.com/ Join us on Facebook • Instagram • Twitter • LinkedIn • Medium…

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Facebook Live – Preparing for Black Friday and Other Big Holiday / Seasonal Sales – SCCMH [Podcast 48]

Jim (http://www.thejimedwardsmethod.com) and Stew Smith discuss some smart ways to stand out when having a sale. Don’t have a sale just to have a sale. Stand out by being different, funny, and adding value to a purchase vs just dropping the price. Check out the Facebook Group – Sales Copy and Content Marketing Hacks at https://www.facebook.com/groups/copywritingandcontenthacks…

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What time management experts don’t want you to know… [VIDEO]

It’s the small things that make the biggest difference. Watch this short video to see what I’m talking about.  Need help creating content? Check out The Jim Edwards Method Premium: https://thejimedwardsmethod.com/tjemp_socialmedia Join us on Facebook • Instagram • Twitter • LinkedIn • Medium • Podcast

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Weekly Update – December 4, 2019

A Note From Jim How to Get Recognized Immediately as a True Expert Have you ever seen someone show up out of nowhere and suddenly dominate the scene in a niche market? These people go from unknown to “celebrity” seemingly in the blink of an eye. How do they do it? By doing several things…

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The Power of Headlines (Foul Play Suspected) – SCCMH [Podcast 47]

“The Power of Headlines (Foul Play Suspected)”

Jim and Stew Smith discuss
the importance of headlines with an amazing sub-conscious prop that Jim created
to grab your attention by “not” grabbing your attention. …

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Weekly Update – November 27, 2019

A Note From Jim Getting Stuff Done With 4 puppies in the house (8 weeks old), I’ve been thrust back into the deep end of time management.  Whereas before I had all the time in the world, now my time is divided up into small chunks (mainly nap time). How I use those chunks of…

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What is Good Enough (with anything you produce) – SCCMH [Podcast 46]

“What is Good Enough (with anything you produce)”

Jim and Stew discuss What is Good Enough with business products, webpages, services, content. But always keep evolving as good enough today should be different from good enough 5 years ago. Check out how Jim and Stew handle the things that make us all human – typos, errors, mistakes, technology evolution, and much more…

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Customer Service Stories To Learn From – SCCMH [Podcast 45]

“Customer Service Stories To Learn From”

There is a fine line between doing too much customer service and just refunding people for their money. Learn where the line is. But also take customer service information as direct feedback on fixing something wrong with your product or buying process. Customer service is a double edged sword and can be helpful if you can take constructive criticism – it can also be painful if you take comments personally trying to please everyone….

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Lessons Learned from Recent Book Launch – SCCMH [Podcast 44]

“Lessons Learned from Recent Book Launch”

Jim and Stew discuss the recent book launch of Copywriting Secrets https://copywritingsecrets.com. Anything that you do in business, there should be a moment where you assess your performance, your team’s performance, and the performance of outsourced services. What can you do better? What went better than expected? What curve-balls occurred the required you to act fact with a contingency plan? What are the next steps and how can you avoid any issues already experienced with the initial launch? …

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