I was so close to buying The Shiny New Thing
I'd worked out the impact the monthly payment plan would have on my profits.
I'd dreamed of the riches this course would unlock for me.
I listed all the many other memberships and subscriptions I had that I could cancel to help justify the financial and time investment of this new attractive heavily promoted, promise-laden pathway....
I hoped The Shiny New Thing would help me create a repeatable, scaleable launch strategy for Write Your Website - a process I could repeat three times each year, so we'd be sold out every time.
I messaged my copywriting co-pilot Rachel. She is wise, and pointed out that since I had worked as a copywriter on approximately one gajillion launches, I probably already knew quite a lot about launching.
But I am never enough.
Not for me.
I can't just relax and be sure I already know this stuff.
However.....I realised I did know people who did know this stuff.
People I had already invested in.
What if I looked at all the courses, programmes and memberships I already had access to, and investigated whether they could help me reach the same outcome as the Shiny New Thing.
So this weekend, that's what I did - I dug into all the many information products I already owned, and picked out the ones most likely to help me, specifically:
And that was enough.
So that's how I saved £2,000+ on a high-profile course.
Sorry if you were expecting a coupon code - but hopefully that little story will save you £££ in the long run.
Thanks for reading,
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