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E229: Make Bigger Profits Without Getting Overworked With Terry Dean
22nd August 2018 • Breakthrough Success • Marc Guberti
00:00:00 00:40:55

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Terry Dean started his online business from scratch in 1996. He went from delivering pizzas to designing an Internet Lifestyle business which gave him both the freedom and the money to enjoy life. He is an international speaker who helps entrepreneurs who want to make a bigger profit but feel overworked and stressed. Beyond the stages and interviews, his company MyMarketingCoach is a further manifestation of his desire to help entrepreneurs.


Quotes To Remember:

“Summits are extremely good way to build a list really quickly.”

“Probably the biggest mistake that people make is they think that just because they can do something, they should do everything.”

“If you are a solopreneur, you can’t do the same thing as somebody who has 50 employees. The good news is, you don’t have to.”

“Most people are held back because of lack of confidence and a desire for certainty before they get started.”

“If you are going to be an entrepreneur and be really successful and extremely profitable, you’re going to have to embrace a little bit of uncertainty in your life.”


What You’ll Learn:

  • Effective Tactics on Growing Your Email List
  • How to Avoid Getting Overworked
  • Best Ways to Increase Your Profits
  • How to Charge a Premium Price
  • Balancing Emails and Other Responsibilities for your Business


Key Links From The Show:

Terry’s Site

FREE 7 Unique Ways to Create Profitable Emails...Even If You're Not a Writer

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Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big by Scott Adams

Breakthrough Advertising by Eugene M. Schwartz

The Adweek Copywriting Handbook by Joseph Sugarman