Once upon a time I used to get newsletters that were full of information. Both online and in print, they had info and tips up the wazoo. Some I paid for, some were free.
I now get at least 10 times as many “newsletters” and every single small tidbit in them is a hint, not an actual tip — you can only get the real info (the “news” part of the word newsletter) by going to a website and reading (or watching) boatloads of over the top selling pitches for their membership-based forum, their online training, their Skype training, or their in-person conferences. And what are those tidbits when you finally get to them? Regurgitated Zig Ziglar pep talks with examples from “Tom T.” and “Sarah H.” talking about how much they learned from the next pricier item up.
I’m really wondering “where’s the beef?” these days — actual tips and info seem to be missing from most of the tips and info out there. And seriously, if I wanted more Zig in my life I’d go to the source (which I can get for free at the LIBRARY) rather than crawling through waves of “funnel pages” and ending up paying more than a new car for your regurgitated version of him.