Not physically or mentally (though some may question that). But by something that happened yesterday.
There’s very few email newsletters that I still receive.
Some folk who work online subscribe to every email newsletter out there so they can see what the competition is doing.
Me… I like to keep my head clear, talk to the competition and, if possible, work with them.
So I don’t subscribe to many newsletters.
In fact, I can count the number of newsletters I subscribe to on one hand.
Yesterday Angela and Kathy were talking about how “you’re only as good as your word”.
And their email was about… yours truly.
I was honoured.
Here’s how they summed me up:
“I truly enjoyed meeting him in London and found him to be 100% genuine. I can’t say enough good about him.
His emails are always a good read and gives some great advice.”
If you want to read the rest of the email, you’ll have to ask them for a copy of it.
After all, it’s not my place to reproduce their content 😉
But here’s the thang…
I personally, 100% agree with them that you’re only as good as your word.
If you’re going to work with people, if you want to build lasting relationships, then you need to do two things (IMO).
1) Be honest.
Sharing what you’re doing, what’s working and your ideas will mean others share theirs with you.
It’s only by this exchange of ideas that you hit something which is really unique and special.
Over ‘n Out,
P.S. I’m writing this email in my garden, listening to the sounds of the birds. Spring has finally arrived in the UK!
P.P.S. I haven’t forgotten about the free autoresponder, we’re just working on the terms and conditions and it will be ready for those of you who said they’d beta test it to jump on board. I’ll be in touch soon.