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While I wish I could help everyone, I cannot.
Your best chance of getting a quick response is to:
1. Research first, then ask.
Do you want to interview me for your book, or feature me on a podcast?
First, thank you.
Second, chances are good that I may have published something about that topic in the past.
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2. Be concise and specific.
I love short emails. Don’t be shy at stating your request early in the email message. Please do not send me 6 links and 3 file attachments. I won’t read them unless you are one of my closest friends or clients.
Here’s an example: Are you hosting a conference in London next November for senior software executives? Tell me about the audience, date, time, and why you think I might be a great fit.
3. Be aware of things where I cannot be helpful.
These areas include:
– business advice from people whom I never met
– any sentence with the phrase “pick my brain” in it
–queries from SEO or crypto firms (don’t get me started)
–random introductions to my clients (unless you are a client as well)
–free lunches to exchange information about our businesses
–advice on how to publish your book (unless you are a client, or want to schedule a “pick Lisa’s brain” paid session). You can book a brainstorming session quickly on our SERVICES page.
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