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This is a fun email for Friday September 24th, 2021. Hope you like it :)
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This is a clever rolling advertisement from Uhaul that shows the features and benefits of the different parts of their moving trucks.
It uses arrows with “image callouts.”
Hat tip to Derek B for this find!
I get TONS of work done when someone is "looking over my shoulder."
Anyone else the same way? I want to figure out how to replicate this productivity.
• Have people over all the time to co-work
• Do weekly co-working sessions
• Work with colleagues
Any suggestions you've found to work??
Checkout this sweet house that had an evening yoga event. This is definitely backyard goals!
I went to a Netflix taping for the comedian Andrew Schulz, and it was fascinating to watch the sheer amount of cameras and people involved in this.
They blocked off a whole portion of the center of the theater just for these gigantic cameras, each with their own operator, and each operator with tons of extra video and communication equipment:
They got the audience to film his intro and outro (where everyone stands up and cheers) like 3 different times.
Kind of interesting to see them do that!
An easy way to figure out the price of a product (or service) you wanna sell is to WORK BACKWARDS TO A NUMBER GOAL.
If the number is $100,000, you would run it through some simple math:
Recurring Revenue is slightly different, but you can also "Work Backwards" into a number goal.
This Recurring Revenue Calculator breaks some of it down:
With recurring revenue you can completely change your revenue by pulling one of three levers:
2.) Length of time customer stays subscribed
3.) Number of customers
Make changes to any of those metrics and the numbers move quite a bit.
I made a video showing this process in action right here:
And you can use these pricing calculators yourself here:
PRODUCT PRICING CALCULATOR:
RECURRING REVENUE CALCULATOR:
Remember that you're not immortal, and that one day this life will end.
When you look at your life in its entirety, from 0 to roughly 90, it follows a similar pattern as most humans. It really puts into perspective that you have a finite time, and that prioritizing happiness, family, and fun is important.
If you want to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, it’s unlikely you’ll be able to do it when you’re 85, so you should do it when younger.
Moral of story: Do stuff now :)
Hope you enjoyed these little tidbits, have a happy Friday :)
Neville Medhora - CopywritingCourse.com | @NevMed