A couple of days ago, I got an email from United Airlines with a report on how much I traveled with them last year.
In 2017, I’ve apparently flown 27 times for a total of 31,079 miles.
(Which is 6,178 miles more than the circumference of the earth—and not counting my flights with three other major airlines.)
Now, a gouroux would take this as an opportunity to bleat about “location independence” and “the freedom lifestyle.”
But this says less about my “laptop life” as much as it does my personality type. Because it takes a certain personality to willingly put themselves through 27 flight safety demonstrations, and 31,079 miles worth of being trapped in a tin can hurtling through the air at 500 knots.
As Grim Reaper Nicole English commented, it’s rather E of me.
And it is.
Question is why should you care?
Because there are far too many people in the Internet marketing world who build their businesses to suit someone else’s preferences.
For example, there are I’s who hate travel and being around people. And yet they end up going to all the seminars and all the masterminds…trying to network at bars…juggling a team of people..and are now miserable. Then, (surprisingly!) their work suffers, their businesses suffer, and they suffer.
On the other hand, there are lots of E’s who work alone at home, are one-man-bands with have little or no interaction with people, living the “working at home!” lifestyle…who absolutely hate it. They’d be better off at a co-working space and building a team to support them.
(And I can certainly attest to the mental, physical, and emotional toll that “working from home” took on my life, business, and even waistline…)
These things matter more than most people think. And in ways that most people don’t.
But, these things can (if managed correctly—as in, if you’re dialed into your personality type, instead of fighting against it), put a lot more sales in your bank account. And a lot faster than you think.
Speaking of tap dancing with personality typing devil:
This month, I will be walking my Biz Typology members through what exactly when into creating and launching Biz Typology—including every personality type consideration made, as well as the strategy that went into successfully launching it while on vacation.
On the call, we’ll be going over what continuity offers work best for each personality type, and the curtain will be pulled back, from soup to nuts, into what went into my own offer and launch.
Which, unless you were a subscriber to Email Players (the $97/month premier email copywriting newsletter) last month, has not been taught before.
This live training is available only to members of Biz Typology—and only to members as of 11:59 pm tonight East Coast time. After midnight, registration will close. Even if you join for Biz Typology later this month or even later this week, you will not be able to join the live call.
(And, the next time this training would be made available will be later in the year, as its own product retailing upwards of $297 or more.)
But, if you sign up within the less-than-11 hours remaining, you’ll have access to the live call (plus 9 other trainings on personality typing) for less than 33 cents a day.
To secure your seat (and get access to the digital trainings and private Facebook community) for a Chicago deep-dish pizza, go here: