Paid To Play eSchool Member Homepage
Welcome [firstname]. You’ve made it onto the Inner Circle membership!
If you’ve just joined, read how to get started at the bottom of this page.
4 Steps To Getting Paid To Play
Here are your 4 steps in the eSchool process to getting paid to play:
- STEP 1: Design your perfect work life
- STEP 2: Create your killer offer
- STEP 3: Get it out there, get noticed, and attract the business
- STEP 4: Get paid to play full-time: how sell & make more money without being evil
In addition there are two further resources to delve into as needed:
- CRASHCOURSES: Introductions to getting started on various marketing channels (websites, twitter, etc)
- PITSTOPS & BREAKDOWNS: Additional resources for making sure you stay on track and what to do when it all goes wrong!
The Email Mastermind Group
If you are finding the emails overwhelming, you can choose to receive a daily digest of all emails at this page.
Every month we run eSchool Telephone Masterclasses on a chosen hot topic. Look for the special announcements on the email group.
- Please make sure you’ve read the Terms & Conditions of the eSchool.
- You can read more about how the Inner Circle membership will work for you and what you can look forward to here.
Just Joined? Here’s How to Get Started
Firstly, listen to Marianne’s introduction to the Paid To Play eSchool and how it works:
Once you’ve listened to the intro, get yourself into the eSchool Mastermind Email Group.
Go to the email group page on Google Groups now and request to become a member. We will approve you as soon as we get the request and you can then start using it straight away.
This means you will receive emails from (and can send emails to) the all the other eSchool members plus Marianne and John. We recommend you set up a separate folder for this so that you don’t get overwhelmed with too many messages (plus you can find things more easily too!).
To send a message to everyone in the community, email email@example.com.
One etiquette note – when emailing the group do use specific subject lines for each email (ie: don’t have your introduction under the email subject “Re: Re: Re: Peggy-Sue’s introduction”). Having clear subject lines to each email means your email is more likely to be read and taken care of.
Why not introduce yourself now?
Make the subject “Introduction: [your name]” and tell us:
- what’s the idea you’re going to be developing in the eSchool?
- what is the one thing that you most need to know right now to move your idea or venture forward?
We look forward to meeting you in the community.
John & Marianne