When I first heard about what Yanik was up to, I had the following thought...
“Cue Up All 3 Million Subscribers & Run This Thing As Many Times As It Takes To Take Home The Top Prize. I Mean, After All, This Is Yanik We’re Talking About…”
Only one problem with that…
The last time I HAD 3 million subscribers was in 2012, and my financial situation changed drastically just afterwards.
Back when my companies were doing 8 to 10 Million a year, I had no shortage of friends in the marketing world, and getting people to promote an offer for me was pretty darned easy.
When the money dried up, the sad truth is, 99% of the marketing “big shots” were suddenly too busy to return my calls.
This stung more than I can even articulate. It really sucks to be “overlooked.”
I can count on one hand the high earning industry leaders that never gave up on me, and Yanik Silver is right there at the front of that list.
Here’s why that matters...
The guy is a genuinely good human being and a friend who will stick by your side, even when there isn't a nickel to be made.
I was digging myself out and building my career again, when I told Yanik I had no list to promote and help with the launch. I told him something I could do was do a little writing and lend a hand to the “cause.”
So here goes...
The True Centerpiece Of This Launch Doesn't Have A Darn Thing To Do With Books, Courses, Or Swag, It Has To Do With A Bunch Of Desperately Poor People In East Africa...
He and his people have been working with an outfit called Village Enterprise – a group that pretty much walks in lockstep with the Evolved Enterprise principles and brings their expertise to the impoverished people of Saharan East Africa.
They help with:
- Business Training
Here’s the thing though…
Their success rate is SEVEN TIMES that of the average American startup!
Put another way, they are REAL GOOD at what they do.
So, not content with helping a few individuals, Yanik gets this wild idea to fund and stand behind an entire village.
And I have little doubt he will succeed at it either, with our help.
So, I’ll hand it back to Yanik, with just this as I go...
It truly sucks to feel forgotten, and when you have a good friend that treats you with respect and dignity no matter what - whether you’re a crazy copywriter or an East African villager - you’re grateful.
Yanik, good luck with the launch, and as you read this, sign up, promote, then promote it again, hit me personally if you want some custom swipes. I'll do it out of respect for the mission..