Discover the Learning Power of “Content Diving”

I often enjoy cold pizza “the morning after” more than the piping hot version the night before.

What does the joy of devouring day-old pizza have to do with your success as an info-marketing entrepreneur?

Two things, actually…

1. Principle centered content never gets stale, it only gets better with age.

You can return to it again and again to see it with new eyes on YouTube, hear it with new ears on a teleseminar, or visualize it with a new mind when reading a blog post or an e-mail message like this one.

2. Deep diving into familiar content doesn’t breed contempt, it breeds more success!

Your one and only path to mastering anything is through the path of familiarity.

If you are an info marketer, the only way your prospects can acknowledge you as a trusted advisor on a topic they are unfamiliar with… is to first acknowledge you as a trusted advisor on a topic they are familiar with.

That makes a lot of sense, right?

As the French novelist Marcel Proust once said: “The true voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands, but in seeing with new eyes.” (That quote will remain framed and hung up on my home-office wall as long as I’m breathing.)

I know you won’t yet find a definition for “content diving” in Wikipedia or any online dictionary. Yet I also know that when your readers, listeners,orviewers decide to dive deep into your info-marketing content, you have already arrived in their minds as their trusted advisor.

How can you use content diving to make yourself more successful? Visit right now. See the box on the upper-right of the home page? It says “Search” next to an empty white field.

That’s the content diving tool I want you to utilize more often when you visit Early to Rise (and any other site or blog that can help you achieve success more quickly).

Put your fingers on your keyboard and type a few keyword phrases into that Search box (just like you do at Google) to discover the hidden treasure you’ve been missing.

I can practically guarantee that you’ll accelerate your learning on the topics you’re interested in a lot faster and better, and with less effort.

[Ed. Note: Make sure you apply your new content diving skills to marketing master Alex Mandossian’s blog here. And let us know which websites offer you the best and most useful content right here.]

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