Wouldn’t it be nice to get insider information and advice on your specific problem from an experienced expert in the field?

Let’s say you’re a first-time entrepreneur. And though you don’t have much in the way of experience, now you’re in a position where you have to create new products. You have to sell those products. You have to throw up a website. You have to hire employees. Maybe fire some employees. You have to make your business grow.

If you wanted to get the insider secrets on how to do those things, you could hire a consultant. You could always get a mentor. Or you could learn by trial and error. All perfectly good methods.

But there’s an easier way. And it’s free.

Simply send your questions to us – about business building, marketing, investing, health, getting a job, writing better, hiring employees, setting priorities, balancing your life and your job, getting promoted, or practically anything else you can think of.

  • If you own a business, you might ask MaryEllen Tribby about the best way to interview new hires…
  • If you’re a fledgling copywriter, you might ask Charlie Byrne about the top mistakes he sees new copywriters make…
  • If you have a new website, you might ask Alexis Siemon how to start your search engine marketing campaign…
  • If you’ve just come into some money, you might ask Andrew Gordon where he thinks it will grow the most…

Just jot down your question in an e-mail. Keep it to two paragraphs – but include as much detail as you think we’ll need to answer it fully. Then send it to AskETR@ETRfeedback.com. We’ll make sure it gets to the right person. Then we’ll print your question (with a pseudonym, if you prefer) and our expert’s response in an issue of Early to Rise.

We’ve got a team full of experts ready to help. All you need to do is ask.

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