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Riddle me this.

What if you could sit down with your coffee and pour out words that spark an aha, a revolution, or thousands and thousands of clicks to your “buy” button?

Guess what: you can.

Those words — the words in your blog posts, your emails, your sales pages, your headlines, your business tweets, and all over your website — those are called copywriting. Or, “copy.”

They’re the words that sell.

And if you’ve been having trouble writing them so they sound like you and make people want what you have…

A few key changes to how you think about copy will change your business forever.

Good copy gives you the power to make more (impact, money, etc.) from doing what you love. It makes you stand out from competitors, and makes your message resonate with buyers. And it gives you more confidence to share what you’ve got with the people who need it.

And, I’m here to help.

The Copy Cure is brand new program that’s been in the works for years. I’ve developed it with one of the funniest and talented writers I know, Laura Belgray. It’s a self-study program that you can take at your own pace and it’s jam packed with practical tools to help you find your voice, sell with heart and write amazing, original copy — that actually sounds like you.

And, to celebrate its release, we’re holding one of our now legendary scholarship contests. If you’re familiar with my work, you know that I believe that talent is universal, opportunity is not.

That means that we make sure that everyone has the opportunity to learn and benefit from what we create, regardless of economics.

So yep, here’s a chance to join us for free. Check out the details below, and get to it. (Fast, because the deadline is THIS WEEK :).

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The Scholarship Prize

A free seat in The Copy Cure digital program.

Here’s How To Win

Follow the directions and post a comment below. And, make sure your response is 500 words or less.

  1. Watch our free writing class, 3 Secrets To Copy That Connects and Converts, which you can access here.
  2. Which one of the 3 secrets do you struggle with the most, and why?
  3. If The Copy Cure landed in your lap, how would stronger writing help you, your business, your family and community? What tangible, specific difference would this make to you and those around you?
  4. What else do you want us to know about you? [interpret that however you want!]

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(My hand’s raised.)

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But if you want your career to thrive and you want your work to make a positive impact — you’ve got to learn how to do it.

That’s why I’m excited for you to watch today’s episode of MarieTV.  Because who you are matters. You’re on the planet for reason and your work has value.  

It’s time for all of us to untangle this feeling of shame and self-consciousness from the act of expressing our gifts, and offering our services to the world.

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As a highly sensitive person, this has been a recurring theme in my life. And in today’s episode, you’ll learn how to make your sensitivity a gift instead of a setback.

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My hope is that some of what I’ve learned might help you, too.

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Someone who inspires you with her gentle strength, loving heart and fierce determination to make this world a better place.

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(Huge shout out to our STF scholars – Idda, Makesh, Maimuna, Rachel, Swastika, Mariamawit, Mary, Irma, and Elizabeth!)

In today’s episode, you’ll learn how Tammy went from selling prom dresses to launching a global organization that has sponsored over 1,254 years of girls’ education in low-income countries.

The goal is creating first-generation graduates and our next generation of global leaders.

Because as research has shown, when you educate a girl, you change more than just one life. You change the world.

While I adore this entire conversation, I really want you to listen for this…

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Before I say anything else, I must say THANK YOU.

The love and support you shared for me, my dad and my family was truly overwhelming. I read every comment and every note that came my way, and each one fueled me with hope and possibility.

I am so deeply appreciative of your humanity, your kindness and generosity. (If you have no idea what I’m talking about, read this.)

And, I’m happy to report that my amazing Pops is doing so much better now. We’ve been getting positive feedback from the team of docs he’s working with and I’m incredibly optimistic about the road ahead.

Now onto today’s episode. This Q&A got me super fired up. It has to do with something I’ve heard throughout my life (though thankfully not much anymore).

And anytime someone would say this two-word phrase to me, I wanted to slap them silly. Not because I didn’t think their intentions were good, but more because I didn’t feel understood as a human being.

Have a watch and learn what I believe is the world’s worst advice for ambitious people. As you’ll hear me say in the episode, I’m not talking about burning yourself out or doing anything that would negatively impact you or your relationships. We need to make that uber clear, OK?

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