John McIntyre prefers to be known as “the autoresponder guy” once he chose to focus on email copywriting and autoresponders. After finding his niche, he hit 6-figures in 12 months and became a “mini-celebrity” in his market.
John is currently running Drop Dead Copy, which has helped multiple businesses and entrepreneurs increase their sales through world-class email copy.
In today’s conversation with John, we talked about more than just copywriting. He introduces us to several interesting concepts on psychedelics, titration, and how the nervous system works. From there, we connect those topics to the world of copywriting and how copywriters can learn to destress and disassociate themselves from negative feedback from clients.
“The missing piece that changed everything for me was learning about the nervous system and learning about how the body manages stress.” — John McIntyre
Some topics that were discussed include:
- Updates on John’s life
- Microdosing to deal with burnout
- Different aspects of authenticity
- How the nervous system works
- John’s advice to writers on dealing with stress
- What is titration?
- How copywriters can disassociate themselves from negative feedback
- Johns’ book and movie recommendations
References & links mentioned:
- Story Selling Blueprint’s Website
- Adil Amarsi’s Website
- Greatest Copywriter Alive
- Drop Dead Copy
- Irene Lyon’s Website
- Waking The Tiger by Peter Levine
- The Body Keeps Score by Bessel van der Kolk
- Books by Gabor Maté
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