Mike Samuels reviews the first Sorcerers Guild scroll
You may or may not have gathered this by now, but I’m a BIG believer in learning from people who have achieved what you want to achieve, investing in your skillset, development, and business, and finding people who will tear your ideas apart with the savagery of a livid, virtue-signalling mob.
While many like to get sugar-coated feedback and praise every time they string a coherent sentence together, I prefer to have my writing, offers, and ideas sliced to ribbons (even if I think they’re not half-bad).
This form of guidance and critiquing serves to “sharpen my sword,” and allows me to improve at a much quicker rate.
It also means that when I do receive praise, I know I’ve done something right.
For example, take the first issue of the Sorcerers Guild print newsletter.
When Alicia read it for the first time, this was her response:
“This is really, really good. As I was reading it, I kept thinking of people I know who NEED this.”
Coming from someone who challenges me to think deeper than I’m inclined to on a daily basis, will tell me when an idea is shit, and picks apart my emails with the ferocity of a hunger-crazed hyena, I knew I’d knocked the newsletter out of the park.
Then there’s the world’s most British and emotionally robotic copywriter, Mike Samuels who sent me this note after reading the 20 glorious pages:
That was brilliant mate.
Read it ‘cover’ to virtual ‘cover.’
I feel it has a nice blend of being an introduction AND having valuable advice in it. Well worth the price if people apply it.
Sorry – (I think) – but nothing I’d change here.
One of my biggest fears is delivering a product that simply doesn’t stack up with it’s price tag or deliver on what I’ve promised.
Suffice to say, the Sorcerers Guild paper and ink newsletter is on the money, and is set to help a lot of people (if they apply what’s inside).
Speaking of the inaugural issue of the Sorcerers Guild, here’s a taste of what’s inside:
— Worldbuilding: one Sorcerer’s fresh take on the idea of lifestyle design (accompanied by targeted exercises to help you figure out exactly what you want, and how to get there while eliminating distractions)
— The two mandatory mental traits that guarantee your worldbuilding efforts will be successful (once more, I’ve included specific exercises and a “quick wins” challenge to help you implement these traits)
— An in-depth look at the Four Levels of Freedom (including detailed descriptions of each, and how to reach each level)
— A simple explanation of what “paying yourself first” actually means, and how to implement it for both your own projects and your finances
…and that’s only scratching the surface of what’s inside.
To get your sorcerous hands on it, you’ll want to join the Guild when it launches later this week (surprise! the time has come…).
Once I send this issue to the printer after the launch, it’s gooooone.
Here’s the link to get on the pre-sale list where you’ll gain early access to the Guild + you’ll receive a magic spell which will unlock a special founders rate for you:
(Note: clicking the link above will automatically add your name to the Sorcerers Guild pre-sale list, take you to a clip from Rick & Morty, the greatest animated show of all time, and allow you to gain access to the Sorcerers Guild launch special 24 hours before anyone else on this list or my social media channels does)