While browsing on ye Olde Facebook I came across an interesting article shared by a good friend of mine.
In this article, Tyrone Legett a former NFL player was using his personal wealth to boost the community he grew up in. His main motive was how the community, being a dominantly black community was generally behind when it came to civil developments and most people were in the lower working class.
This gave the people in that community a very bleak outlook on life.
This guy wanted to change that.
He wanted to give them the opportunity to set an anchor in their lives and own their own homes.
So, what did he do?
He joined forces with a few locally owned construction firms and contractors and started his grand goal of building 300… yes. You read that right. Three hundred homes for the people of his community to buy at affordable prices.
He wants to make home ownership accessible to all.
But that’s not all. He’s just getting started.
He also launched his own Department store in his community. Now, this is the FIRST department store owned by a black person in that area. The end result of that grand gesture is nothing to scoff at ( it deserves it’s own email. Which will come soon ).
He gave them a reason to forward to the future.
He gave these people a beacon of hope and a positive image to look forward to.
However if you read between the lines I’m sure you’ll notice that his goal might take longer than his life span to achieve ( don’t ask me how long it takes to build 300 homes. I’m not a builder nor could I build a one brick house with a set of Lego ).
Yet that doesn’t stop him.
I’m sure deep down inside he realised his goal might outlive him. In fact, I should say his goal transcends him.
When he passes on the changes he made to this small community shall live on in their children. And their children’s children.
And their their grandchildren.
This kind of grand goal is the kind of stuff that just just motivates you to take action. This kind of grand goal is the kind of stuff that attracts people to You.
Think about this for a second.
It’s one thing to pay for traffic and get it into your email list.
It’s another entirely KEEP that traffic on your list, reading your emails and responding to your calls of action.
The grand goal/ grand vision you share with your list is what bonds you to them.
Keep that in mind as you nurture your list for a moar personal bond with them.
Now, I’m no mondo super expert at all this “purpose” bullshit being peddled online by every life coach who can click a mouse. But I do know a thing or two about helping people find their grand goals. Goals they can share with their email lists. ( I AM in artist after all. We do that shit ).
Plus, I can help you implement those goals in an email strategy that shits money.
If you to take the first step towards leading your email list to greatness, whether they like it or not… then go apply for your complementary email funnel massacre and Skype consultation call over at:
And I’ll get back to you ASAP.
As for me, I’m going to have my breakfast now.
Till the next wave of madness… Vae Victis…
“On with the show”