Dakota Robertson Quotes


 
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“10 bulletproof copywriting tips:

1. Be specific
2. Use stories
3. Remove fluff
4. Create tension
5. Target an audience
6. Avoid passive voice
7. Write conversationally
8. Write shorter paragraphs
9. Use more short sentences
10. Use words 'you' and 'your'”

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“Avoid words that end with '-ing'.”

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“Behind every successful man is a bad breakup that drove him to get his sh*t together.”

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“Bet on the person who's willing to bet on themselves, despite all odds.”

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“Curation isn't creation.”

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“Delete 'very' from your vocabulary.”

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“Don't become the best. Become the only.”

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“Don’t use the word 'really' when describing something.”

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“Ego isn’t the enemy.
Ego isn’t your friend.
Ego is neutral.”

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“Families started falling apart when we stopped eating around the dinner table.”

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“Feel the pain of change or suffer the feeling of regret.”

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“Get shit done, but live your life.

You're not a 'slave' if you work a 9-5.
You're not a 'loser' if you watch Netflix.
You're not 'lazy' if you wake up after 6am.

Stop listening to toxic accounts on social media.”

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“Guys who vape sit down to pee.”

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“Hey motherf*cker.
Yeah, you.

Get 8 hours of sleep, stand up straight, look people in the eye, dress nice, lift heavy shit, eat well.

You're someone of value. Treat yourself like it.”

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“Hook the reader with curiosity.

Engage the reader with stories.

Sell the reader with social proof.”

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“How to get rich:

Charge lots of money to help people get richer.”

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“Sometimes there is no use wasting time and energy fighting established beliefs by arguing, and it is better to just silently go about proving or accomplishing your goal.”


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“I love business because it's pure self-improvement.

Didn't manage your time? It's your fault.
Didn't generate leads? It's your fault.
Didn't make a sale? It's your fault.

You and your skills are the bottleneck. And it's all within your control.”

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“Ideas happen when pen meets paper. Results happen when ideas meet action.”

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“If you're a writer, learn persuasion.
If you're a creator, learn persuasion.
If you're an entrepreneur, learn persuasion.

If people knew how to help themselves, they'd all be millionaires, fit, and happy.
To change the world, you need to change people's limiting beliefs.”

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“In today's world, one year of self-education will get you farther than most 4-year degrees.”

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“It’s safer to be risky.”

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“Learn to write.

You can change more lives with your words than your hands.”

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“Life is a video game:

- Grind to learn skills
- Use skills to earn money
- Reinvest in better gear and skills
- Team up with others to take on bigger challenges

Be the main character, not an NPC.”

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“Most people aren't willing to look like an idiot for a year while they figure out how to grow a following and build a business.

And that's why most people fail.”

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“My $3,000/month clients never asked if I had a degree.
My $7,000/month clients never asked if I had a degree.
My $12,000/month clients never asked if I had a degree.

If you can get results, you’re qualified.”

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“Never use a complex word when a simple one will do.”

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“Next time you can't think of what to write, ask yourself these 3 questions:

- What are you trying to say?
- Who are you saying it to?
- Why should they care?

Answer these and everything falls into place.”

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“No higher ROI than educating yourself.”

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“People are on Twitter for 3 reasons: To be validated, entertained, or educated. If your content isn't aligned with one of these 3, you'll struggle to grow.”

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“People buy based off emotion, then justify with logic.

So… Use stories in your copy, then back it up with statistics, data, graphs etc. supporting your claims.”

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“Always enter the conversation already occurring in the customer's mind.”


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