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rumia6727
Mar 31, 2022
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When should your emails circle the globe? I once almost signed up for a marketing course. This little anecdote isn't why I decided against it - a few things didn't Email Database work out - but it's funnier if I say it is. Anyway, the sales letter for this training said these two things, with full sincerity. "We provide this elite training online to students in over 50 countries around the Email Database world." And: "We have our weekly FAQs at 2:00pm, which is a convenient way to break up your afternoon." Sigh... You know, sometimes it's frustrating living in Australia. Whenever a movie or project launches 'next Spring" we have to wonder, so they mean Autumn? And when something arrives 'on the 10th', it's really the 11th Email Database for us. Minor inconveniences, sure. But this sort of stuff really takes the pie. The Email Database meetings are at 2pm? Great. Whose 2pm? They didn't even include a time zone with that... As it turned out, that oh-so convenient 'afternoon meeting' was 4am my time. Yeesh. So many marketers brag about knowing their prospects inside and out... yet forget they live in different time zones. This Email Database comes back to your emails. Maybe you decide you want to catch the morning vibes with a 6am email. Whose 6am, though? Because it's always early morning, late afternoon Email Database and the dead of night somewhere. No time is the right time But maybe you run a local Email Database business, so all your readers are in one time zone. What then, huh? There's a sensible yet paradoxical philosophy in Taoism. Hints of it show up in other religions - definitely Buddhism too. The Taoists say it like this: No Way is the Way. Translation: If someone shows you 'the Way' (to enlightenment, say), then it isn't the Way. The Way can't be shown or codified. You have to find it for yourself. There's only so far dogma and gurus and teaching can take you. The answer can never come from without.
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