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Matt Rizvi is a multi-million dollar copywriter. After honing his skills at Stansberry Research for three years, Matt started freelance copywriting in 2016.
Listen to Episode 004 of the Persuasion Play Podcast with Matt Rizvi.
In this episode, Matt shares some incredible knowledge, including:
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Over those two years, I’ve summarized my favorite lessons from 17 books — and I have a dozen or more on my bookshelf waiting to be read and written up or otherwise shared.
It’s been fun and educational on my end — and I hope on your end too!
As I continue along my PRL journey, learning about the forces that influence us and how we, in turn, can influence the world around us, I was bound to Continue reading ““Obvious Adams” by Robert Updegraff (Persuasion Play Podcast #003)”
A few days ago I asked my email list if they had any side projects going on, any hobbies to direct their creative energies, any businesses they were trying to build.
I heard back from a few of my most excellent subscribers (thanks!) sharing some cool side projects. Photography and drop-shipping are among of the responses that I share an interest in.
One reader, William, wrote in, and he and I had a little conversation… William mentioned that he had an interest in side projects… but was having a hard time finding something interesting enough to spend his valuable time. Continue reading “Interesting Developments”
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Notes from my interview with Andrew DeYoung and the Persuasion Play Podcast episode 002.
Praise the efforts of children, not their outcomes. Works on adults too!
The opposite of Nudge, which sets beneficial defaults, Sludge makes compliance as difficult as possible. The idea is to intentionally add friction to your transactions to lessen their likelihood.
Smartphones steal our focus, give us a short-lived feeling of social connections, and cause us to compare our boring moments with photos of the amazing lives of people we know.
More evidence that animals like you and I are controlled by our wiring.
Five ways to present your argument.
Andrew DeYoung has wanted to be a writer since he started reading Chapter Books in grade school.
And while Andrew’s been a writer for decades, his first published novel has made a splash.
I am lucky enough to live across the street from Andrew. We spent an evening together drinking whiskey, chatting about his writing, and discussing the need for validation that comes with the creative process.
Stephen R. Moore sat patiently across from me while I fidgeted with my mobile phone. I didn’t know how my first podcast was going to turn out. I was trying to keep my nerves under control, play it cool, and not waste his time.
Stephen is a leadership and sales coach, helping corporate clients in the car industry get better customer satisfaction and results. His cooperative, Leadership3P, pulls in over $600,000 every year.
His time is valuable, to say the least.
We were already off to a rough start. My plan to
meet in a quiet library didn’t work out due to a national holiday (A sincere thank you to all of our nation’s military veterans for your service).
I hadn’t made a backup plan. In my scramble to find a new location, I chose what must have been the loudest coffee shop in miles. Continue reading “10 Things You’ll Learn from The Uplifter: Stephen R. Moore from Leadership3p.com“