The Secret to Becoming a Millionaire Is Simply Using the Right Words!

A Great true story from Ted Nicholas

Certain words produce amazing results, as if by magic.

All you desire in life, including everlasting wealth can be yours, depending on the words with which you express yourself.

Words have power.  They can make you laugh.  Or cry.  Build a cathedral or skyscraper.  Fight for your country.

Who can ever forget the speeches of Winston Churchill, which stirred a nation.  March for peace. Back your ideas with a million dollars.  Or flock to buy your product!

At the age of 29 I had a wife and four children to support.

Why 2016 May Be Your Best Year Ever

A Great New Years message from Ted:

With all the negativity and fear in the world right now, it's easy to forget our many blessings. 

I was inspired when I received a Christmas card from a good friend in Germany that described several of the examples I give below. I added several more and, as a valuable friend, I decided to share them with you.
If you have:

Confidence Building for Becoming A Millionaire

Confidence Building for Becoming A Millionaire

“I always knew I was going to be rich. I don't think I ever doubted it for a minute.” – Warren Buffet

Ted's Top Tips #3

Be Provocative. 

If copy doesn't bother or offend someone it usually doesn't work! 

When getting feedback on new copy from colleagues, JV partners, affiliates, advertising media and prospects, if everyone likes it, watch out! 

Nearly every time I write a breakthrough ad or sales letter it pulls orders and also bothers someone.

Great copy gets attention by being provocative. And interrupting usual thinking habits.

Ted's Top Tips #2

Use either "ragged" right or justified right margin for each column of copy when you create Internet copy, a letter or for a website or when you have a space ad set in type.

Ted tested both and saw no effect in response rates.

Use Ariel or Times Roman online. 
Use Courier typeface in sales letters offline. 

Some call it old fashioned, experience shows that Courier out-pulls any other type style. 

The typewriter "me to you" look "feels" more personal and urgent.