Be careful about reading this. - Jon Acuff
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Be careful about reading this.

I recently changed what I’m doing online.

Instead of blogging big general ideas, I decided to get laser-focused. I started writing ideas exclusively for writers, speakers, entrepreneurs and fitness fans.

In the middle of that, I got an email from a guy name Garth. Here’s what it said:

Garth rewrote his speech after reading one of the ideas I shared and it absolutely crushed.

That’s awesome, but I still must warn you.

If you start reading these ideas, you’ll need to change. You’ll need to finish that book you’ve always wanted to write. You’ll have to edit your speech. You’ll have to get off the couch and into the gym. You’ll have to learn how to promote your business.

If any of those things make you nervous, don’t sign up for anything I do. But, if you feel differently, here’s your invite:

To write better books and sell more of them, sign up here.

To give better speeches, sign up here.

To have more fun and make more money with your small business, sign up here.

To get in better shape and eat healthier, sign up here.

Each list is ultimately about change.

Our lives are constantly changing, that’s not the question. The question is “Will we be part of it or will we fight it?”

Sign up for the list that works best for you. That’s all you have to do today. But soon, you’re going to send me an email like the one above.

I can’t wait to read it!

2 Comments
  • Brittany
    Posted at 13:02h, 23 June Reply

    It’s pretty telling that I’m on every list but the healthy one #priorities 🙄 But great content! I look forward to these emails when they pop up each week.

    Question for the writer’s list: How do you choose? I have 8 zillion ideas and three fairly solid book ideas. My blog has been helpful to dry run some of them, but I have a horrible case of analysis paralysis at this point. How do you pick one???

  • Jonathan Ferguson
    Posted at 21:24h, 23 June Reply

    I’ve already started using the techniques for my sermons. The opening minute is by far the best now. Still working on the last minute…

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