Ask Questions That Lead To Your Side

"If there were a way for you to write easily and powerfully, would you want it?"

Notice there's only one way to answer the question. Unless your reader is not interested in writing (again, you should be offering people what they want), then your readers have to answer the question with a yes!

Another example: "If I could get you a new car at a monthly price you can afford, and with all the options you want, would you be interested in seeing it?"

Assuming the person being asked is shopping for a car, what do you think they will say?

Another example: "If I could give you a marketing strategy that is guaranteed to increase your profits, would you be interested?"

Of course!

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