Creating Your Own Writer’s Life in Just 10 Minutes a Day – No Clients Needed

You may have heard of the four-hour workweek – there was a book on the topic several years ago.

But Ben Settle, a self-described slacker, has taken it to the next level. He’s created a unique writing business where you can make a very good living – six figures per year – writing just around 10 minutes per day. That’s once you have things set up, of course.

You don’t need to find clients. You won’t be concerned with landing new projects constantly. This is not your typical freelance career.

Still, most of what you do for this business is write. Short emails, to be exact. Of course, to get real results, those emails need to be carefully crafted, you need to send them to the right people, and you must figure out the right products to sell them.

In Ben’s program, 10-Minute Workday, he gives you all the tools and resources you need to set up this type of business. You’ll learn Ben’s tricks for creating effective emails that get people to take action. And you’ll also get a strategy for creating a list of customers to send those emails to.

Ben spent years developing this business model, and how he’s ready to share the secrets with AWAI members. Because he’s done it already and discovered the shortcuts, you won’t have to go through the trial-and-error.

Plus, he shares plenty of examples and templates you can adapt for your own emails.

You could be up and running with your own email writing business that generates passive income in as little as 30 days.

To get the 10-Minute Workday program for a $1,000 discount off the normal price, you must sign up by June 30.

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Published: June 29, 2020

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