For years people have complained about their jobs being replaced. It’s either someone automating the job or it moving somewhere cheaper.
Cars replaced horses. Robots have replaced the factory workers building the cars.
Service jobs have moved overseas.
Software is replacing many ‘professional’ occupations.
The checkout people at the grocery store are being replaced by self-checkout lanes.
I feel bad for those who get replaced. But, like the cashier who stares at the self-checkout machines, it’s not hiding.
But you can’t replace those who understand how to influence others.
The person who knows how to communicate, in writing and in person, will thrive.
Someone is needed to sell the automation.
Someone is needed to sell the cheap labor.
Another someone is on the receiving end of that sales offer. And the receiver is influenced in the same way all humans are influenced.
When you understand that, the world opens up to you. It becomes your playground.
One way to discover how to influence is to sign up for Ray Edwards’ Free Copywriting Summit.
https://frictionfreesales.com/raysummit (summit has ended)
It starts on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016, and runs for 7 days.
You get to learn from 30 of the best copywriters alive. These are the masters in the art of influence and communication in print.
The event is being recorded and you’ll have 3 days to watch any of the experts after it’s live.
Go sign up. Take a step to becoming secure in the world market.
If you already signed up, let me know. I’m looking forward to this event.
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