The Clever Lazy Credo
A credo is a set of beliefs that guide the actions of a person (or group).
I have one.
I call it the 'clever lazy' credo. And it's the principle I try to live my life by.
Here it is...
I believe in trying to achieve any goal using the least amount of effort possible.
Whether that goal is washing the dishes, writing a blog post or learning economics... I don't want to spend anymore time than I absolutely have to get the result I'm after.
It means I usually get more done in less time.
I find this principle appeals to many people. They're ambitious. They want to achieve things -- like building a successful online business. Yet they also want to have time to see friends and watch Netflix.
Maybe you can relate?
Anywho, the reason I tell you this is because I use the 'clever lazy credo' to guide my copy teachings. If you adopt my methods you can build your copy skills -- and learn how to make more sales from your list - using less effort than you might think.
So Pete, are you saying I can sit around in my undies and a gravy-stained singlet... do basically nothing... and still build a thriving internet business?
Are you talking about THAT kind of lazy?
Being clever lazy doesn't mean being a bum...
It's about achieving things using the least effort amount of effort OVERALL. Often, that means you have to work harder at the outset... so you can coast later on.
Anyway, I explain more in my emails.
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