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Subject Line: Did you forget the last click?
Hi << Test First Name >>,
I noticed that you didn’t complete your purchase of FAFSAssist. I wanted to follow-up in case there are questions you have.
I do not work for the government or the universities. My goal is to fill the gap that stops parents and students from completing the FAFSA. The form is complicated. It asks you to estimate or guess future numbers. As a financial aid advisor for 25 years, I know how to help.
I learned from my own mistakes after completing the FAFSA for my first child. I have studied, questioned, and followed up to make sure students and their parents complete the FAFSA correctly and to their advantage whenever possible.
If the price of $149 was your deciding factor, know that I didn’t come to it easily. FAFSAssist is constantly updated. New videos and tutorials are added regularly. Email reminders are sent to you when a deadline for your child’s school of choice is approaching. I also send emails when the government or universities make changes.
I’m tired of parents saying, “I wish I had known.” Know now that your first financial aid offer does not have to be the final one. You can negotiate, and you definitely want to compare at least two schools’ offers. FAFSAssist explains all of this and how to do it effectively.
Sites on the internet are saying that the average Pell Grant for the upcoming school year is $2,250. I cannot guarantee you will receive that amount or even more, but I can tell you that you won’t receive any of it if you don’t complete the FAFSA.
FAFSAssist is a small investment in your child’s future. It’s your choice. I hope you make the right one.
Here's to getting all the aid your student is eligible for!
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Subject Line: Is Every Test Answer "True?"
Hi (FIRST NAME),
Take a look at your teen’s hands. Are her nails chewed down to the quick? What about your son? Does he look tired, or has his eating dropped off?
Everyone is different, but it’s December, and that means finals are breathing down your teen’s neck. For some kids, that final grade is the difference between passing and failing. For other teens, it may be important to keep a high GPA in order to pursue a dream.
How does your child prepare for an important test? My friend Jessyka Coulter is hosting a free one-day event called, Stress-Free Finals Week with Your Teen, and I’m one of the featured guests! Join us HERE
A few years ago, I knew a teacher who was taking a class on assessment and teaching at the same time. As an experiment, she created a True/False test
with 20 questions. All of the correct answers were true. That’s right: every correct answer was true.
Her descriptions of the student reactions to the test were hilarious. She describes teens darting furtive glances at other papers to see if they have the same answers. Other teens have furrowed brows and read and re-read questions to make sure they’ve marked the correct answers. In a funny twist, several of her weaker students felt they recognized a pattern and after a few questions stopped reading the questions and just marked them all true.
The teens with the furrowed brows were those most prepared. They’d seen trick questions before, so when something odd happened, they used the knowledge they had gained preparing for the test, used good test-taking skills, and kept the correct answers even if it didn’t seem right.
Which test-taker is yours?
I want your teen to be confident in her skills to test well and be successful during finals week. Your son should be well rested and prepared when he enters the test room. Test anxiety should be laid aside, and a day of testing should be like any other day, except there’s no homework. Yay!
Join me and 10+ other speakers on December 14th to help your child be prepared for any final by signing up at <LINK.> This one-day, free event will let you know how you can help your teen find success while testing and keep your own stress level down.
You and I know your child will always be worth more than a test score, but if you can help take that concern away, wouldn’t you want to?
Sign up today to be a part of the event, Stress-Free Finals Week with Your Teen. Learn the skills that will help you and your teen today and in the future by visiting: <LINK>
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Is Content Marketing for You?
Content Marketing is expected to be over a $400 Billion Industry in 2021
Marketing is impossible today without great content
Skills requiring the most time and expertise, writing and design, are the most outsourced
What did you want to be when you were a kid?
Chances are it was not a content marketer. Marketing has been around for ages, but marketing on the internet has not.
Whether you ask Google, Siri, or Alexa, you are using content all of the time. The content marketer is the person who determines and produces what content needs to be there so your questions can be answered.
Whether people know your name or not, you’ll be an influencer. You’ll figure out what people want to know before they do, and you’ll be paid to create it for the internet.
Is this something you think you can do?
Let Russ Henneberry, co-author of Digital Marketing for Dummies, show you what it takes to be a content marketer.
And then, only if you think you can, prove you’re a master. Become certified!
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What would you do to breathe easier?
On a sunny day in a shaft of light, there was dust, pet hair, and pollen.
My little one was congested, and I was prone to painful sinus headaches.
I cleaned, dusted, and vacuumed daily, but it wasn't enough.
Meds were expensive, hard to swallow.
A friend mentioned SpringDawn and life is better.
When my baby was playing in the sunlight yesterday, all I saw was my baby.
What do you see in your house?
Click here to Breathe Easier
Nurture Email during a Masterclass:
This is Day 8 of the Class. (14 day series) Each day an email is sent to introduce the speakers and to market a pass for lifetime access and an invitation to join the FB group. A link to the videos is also provided.
Subject Line: Whisper and people will listen…
Public speaking… Is it something you like to do? It’s one of those skills that students need to develop. At least 5 of my speakers touch on it. Self-advocacy is another biggie. Speaking out loud and standing up for yourself are so important. Learn more as we continue through the series.
If you’re learning things in this series, I’d like you to invite others who might benefit. Let other moms, dads, and students know. Tell them to sign up at: www.study4graduation.com
“How to Graduate with Honors - Even if You Don’t Think You Can” is an opportunity to learn from experts what you can do to become a top student. It is also a guide for teachers and parents to help students excel.
We are halfway through our lineup. Each day, you will continue to receive a link for that day’s speakers. That link will also include links to the speakers’ sites for the free gifts that are mentioned at the end of each interview. You must register within the 24-hour window that the video is available for any gifts.
Put a question or share a thought in our Facebook group and watch for “Chew on This” updates. I will regularly check for questions.
Now, I am honored to introduce…
Larissa Maloney – Keeping your Kids Healthy, Thriving, and Off the Couch
Student-Athlete goes pro, becomes a fitness coach and speaker, and then the pandemic hits. Larissa pivots and starts her own company, Active Kids 2.0. Learn what you can do (and include your family) to live better and be healthy.
Some of the things we talk about:
Parents model behaviors – Lay a good foundation
Physical and mental health go hand in hand
Routines and planners
Be intentional. Set yourself up for excellence.
Amanda Hood – Advice from a Matchmaker
Amanda has been a college professor, a businesswoman, and is now a professional matchmaker. As a professor, she has had the chance to see relationships on campus. She gives advice as a matchmaker and an adult who grew up in a small town and now has kids of her own.
She shares some thoughts on:
High school sweethearts
Relationships that raise you up and those that don’t
Anything on the internet is forever
Sergeant Trevor Riesner – Consider the Army Before, During, and After College
At one o’clock in the morning, Trevor arrived in Oklahoma just to be yelled at for several hours. The sergeant says it doesn’t happen that way anymore, especially since COVID. His wife was the one who decided he should join the military. 16 years later, he agrees. Find out why.
He spoke about these things and more:
More than 150 jobs in the Army
ASVAB testing and its vocational value
Who can join the Army and why they should join
It’s not bad to go beyond the minimum
Jessyka Coulter – Interviewer
Jessyka is the founder of Ace Cookie Tutoring. She loves education and wants others to share her passion. If you’re struggling in a class, she will do everything she can to help you find the strategies so you can learn.
Today’s Link: https://www.acecookietutoring.com/welcometoweek2
Thank you for learning,
CEO and Founder of Ace Cookie Tutoring
PS – Don’t miss out on the chance to have lifetime access to copies of the videos, audios, and transcripts from every interview. Available for a short time only for the low price of $47 when you click here.