Subscriber Opportunity – Who Wants to be in the Media?

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One of my writer-contacts in the media is writing an article for Business.com .

This writer would like to hear from my subscribers regarding the Rich Habits blog. She will post your response on Business.com.

Please respond to me and I will forward to my contact. Here is her email to me re: this request:

Hi Tom,

Hope you are well. I am writing a story for All business.com about great email newsletters for entrepreneurs. (May syndicate as well.) 

I wonder if you know a fan of yours who would like to share a paragraph or two? I can link to their site and yours. Let me know what you think. Trying to wrap up early next week. 

Gerri

 

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Thomas C. Corley About Thomas C. Corley

Tom Corley is a bestselling author, speaker, and media contributor for Business Insider, CNBC and a few other national media outlets.

His Rich Habits research has been read, viewed or heard by over 50 million people in 25 countries around the world.

Besides being an author, Tom is also a CPA, CFP, holds a master’s degree in taxation and is President of Cerefice and Company, a CPA firm in New Jersey.
 
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  1. Hi Tom! I get a lot of email, but yours is one of the few newsletters I actually read. Always solid, helpful content. As business owners, the “what to do” is pretty simple to figure out. It’s our mindset around money that is the missing piece to our success. I would be happy to offer a quote to the reporter. Thanks!

  2. Hi Tom! Your email newsletter is simply superb! I look forward to reading it every day. It provides information, inspiration, and the “how-to’s” to life’s most challenging dilemmas in a very simple and straightforward manner. Thank you for your great work!

  3. Will Huynh says:

    We are from Australia. I read all of your emails and look forward to them. We bought the Rich Kids book and created a habit of read your emails to our kids. We call it “Family Philosophy” time.

  4. Jeff Diritto says:

    Feel free to pass my info along to whomever – I enjoy your quick easy posts and have shared one or two with the college students I teach as it mirrored perfectly with internship course content we were unpacking at the time

  5. I enjoy your newsletter Tom. It helps me stay on track and face limiting beliefs so I no longer have as many negative mindsets.

  6. Lisa Schreiber says:

    Hi Tom…I read your Rich Habits blog first thing every day! I find every one of your posts highly informative, inspiring, and energizing! By following your blog I have been able to stop some substantial, let’s say less than productive habits, and replace them with positive, productive habits. My businesses, personal well-being, and even relationships are all improving as a result of this transformation.Thank you!

  7. Tom, I get many emails everyday, but I thoroughly read just a few, yours is one that I read thoroughly. Your blog reinforces the good habits that I already have and opens my eyes to other new habits that I need to incorporate. My family and I have been blessed by God and your blog encourages me to be a good steward of our belongings.

  8. Victoria C says:

    Hi Tom, like your other subscribers, I too get lots of emails each day. Most of them get deleted. Your emails on the other hand are the ones that I look forward to and read religiously. It was our financial advisor that told my husband and I about you. Thank you for all the wonderful information that you put out.

  9. Hi Tom, congratulations on your friend writing about “Tip o’ the Morning to Ya” in Business.com. Well done! Here is a bit for you if you want to give it to her. Many thanks.
    Tom Corley is the first thing I read every morning. I consider it my Day Starter. Although I receive several blog posts, his is the only one I read without fail. While Tom appears to write about finances, increasing wealth, and changing your life by applying good habits, what he really teaches us is human psychology. How the mind works and affects our thinking, which then influences our choices and the decisions we make. Those decisions turn into actions which make us either richer or poorer, but if we don’t understand that, then how can we do better?
    A really critical aspect of Tom’s wisdom is asking questions, of both ourselves personally and about our money habits, so that we can identify what is keeping us from having less money than we want. But he doesn’t leave us hanging. He gives solid down-to-earth advice that we can incorporate immediately into our lives to put us on the path to success rather than poverty. He sincerely cares for the well-being of us all and it comes through in his blog. Thank you, Tom!
    Wanda Rosseland, Author of “Angels Among Us” True stories of people who have seen angels.

  10. Hello Tom,
    Just like everyone else, my inbox is filled with internet marketing junk. So, i decided to systematically unsubscribe to newsletters. My problems are: a) i used to think i would read them later and that time never happened, b) emotional attachment, c) inertia. So, here is a simple rule to declutter the inbox: IF more than 30% of XYZ newsletters remain unopened THEN unsubscribe I tallied everything and got rid of 75% of my inbox.
    Your newsletter not only survived but stood out. Your newsletter was opened 70% of the time, with clickthrough at 40%. That speaks to the quality of your content. There is always a word of wisdom, some nugget or some reminder that we are on the right track. Merci Tom

    • Thank you Laurent. I spend a great deal of time, pouring through studies, agonizing over the words I use, with one goal in mind – to create some spark, through those words, that will ignite something inside my readers, leading them to the life they were intended to live.

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