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The Sales-Boosting Lesson to Learn from Ringo Starr

Posted by: By Tom Woods | November 23, 2016

I used to think Ringo Starr wasn’t such a good drummer.

A “good drummer” was flashy, made a big racket, and was the center of attention.

Then my friend Bob Murphy sent me a video about the difference between a good drummer and a bad drummer.

A good drummer plays what’s appropriate to the music. Being a good drummer is not incompatible with playing simply.

As an example, the drummer in the video played drums to the Beatles song “In My Life” — first the way Ringo did it, and then the way a lot of us thought a “good drummer” would play it, with lots of crashing cymbals, etc.

We got the picture.

Ringo is good.

And as I’ve been telling you, when it comes to building an email list, or selling a product, simple beats crazy bells and whistles every single time.

Ideally, you want people to be able to take one course of action only. No distractions.

I learned all this the hard way. Now you don’t have to.

I made you a quick video showing you exactly how I do this. Every single successful person I know online knows and implements this stuff. I guarantee you’ll get some actionable ideas from it:



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