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The Five-Email Strategy
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You’re starting a business and you need big clients, big partners.
You know one deal could make or break your company but you have no idea how to land them.
Try a technique that I used to get my podcast off the ground.
See when you start a podcast big names and guests seem out of reach.
Let's debunk that right here.
I started with a nugget of advice from Arnold Schwarzenegger: the principle of progressive overload.
Five cold emails every day. To the industry giants. To the moguls who seem unapproachable. To individuals like Mark Cuban and Elon Musk.
Just five emails, every day, without fail.
Think of this process as an incremental investment. A small daily deposit into the bank of networking and opportunity.
And it worked.
Five emails turned into hundreds over a year. And these weren't just numbers, they transformed into conversations, insights, and connections with some very influential personalities.
It was as straightforward as carving out 15 to 20 minutes at the end of my day.
The underlying principle here isn't confined to podcasting or cold emailing strategies.
It's a testament to the potency of cumulative efforts.
In a landscape dominated by the chase for quick results, I embraced a different approach - a relentless commitment to daily, incremental efforts.
This isn't poetic. It's mathematical.
The steady rhythm of daily emails operates quietly in the background, gradually expanding networks and creating unforeseen opportunities.
This tactic is about defying the mainstream hustle culture.
It's not flashy. It's meticulous. It's disciplined.
So, if you are building a podcast, or reaching out to potential clients, remember the transformative power of small, consistent actions.
Adopt the daily discipline of sending five emails. It's simple, yet it can be the cornerstone of exponential growth.
Your goal is within reach, one small, yet significant step at a time. Consistency is your ally. Embrace it.