I barely knew them, but there they were last night — staring at me over delicate slices of gluten- and dairy-free chocolate cake that made me contemplate snorting the cake instead of eating it. Surely, something this delicious couldn’t be legal and I should probably look for it to disappear along with a woman’s right to make her own healthcare decisions should Romney become our next President. But I digress.
Do you know what it feels like to have people in your life who are ready and willing to help?
Wait — shit. That’s the wrong question.
Do you know how to and the value in asking for help?
It’s not some pansy-ass move that says you’re not smart enough, good enough, wrong, or weak. It’s actually pretty fucking sexy. It’s learning to being interdependent (not its creepy cousin, Co-dependent, who sits in the corner at family reunions and masturbates in the potato salad). It’s finding the inherent strength in declaring, “Hey – I have no fucking idea what’s next or how to do this. Would you be willing to help me?”
And the damnedest thing happens: when you ask (and you’re humble), the universe brings people along willing to help.
So that’s what’s happening here today.
Last week, I gave away a copy of Jason Womack’s book and we chatted briefly about how to WOW the winner. Go above and beyond her expectations. So, Deb Lamb — yeah, you’ve got her to thank for this. Because Jason recorded the video below (and if you’re reading this in your email, CLICK HERE TO VIEW ONLINE) with an offer you can’t refuse.
And all you have to do in order to take advantage of it is be honest. And ask for help. Oh — and ya gotta do it by Friday, November 2. Mkay? Have a watch:
So there it is: Jason and I are here to help you with what needs helping with in your business. All you have to do is ask.
Reply in the comments on this blog and tell us — as specifically as you can — WHAT you need help with and why by this Friday, November 2, and Jason and I will bang heads together in order to find you the help you need.
The one caveat: you cannot ask for help for another person. The ask must be for yourself.
So there you go — it’s the one offer this year you can’t afford to refuse. There are no strings attached and everyone who asks will receive a response from Jason, myself, or both. And if you ask, you really do need a valid Disqus profile, as without one, it’s going to be pretty much impossible for us to get ahold of you with how we can help. So do us a solid – login in a way where we can reach you instead of throwing an ask up into the void where our offers to assist echo like the void that is Ann Coulter’s soul.
Oh — and that wasn’t disrespectful or name-calling. It’s just a simile.
Have at it…and let us know how we can help. The floor is yours.