Picture of two clowns.

Want a laugh? Watch this.

For the past few weeks, I’ve been watching a Netflix series.

Friday Night Dinner…

(Something my daughter had been watching. And that got me watching it.)

It’s a UK sitcom about two brothers who share their Friday-night dinners at their parents’ home, no matter what, something always goes wrong.

There are 6 seasons in total and I finished the last one Saturday.

If you want a good laugh, then watch this.

Some of the things they get up to are hilarious…

The main characters are the mum and dad played by Tamsin Greig and Paul Ritter.

(Jackie & Martin Goodman.)

Two brothers Adam and Johnny played by Simon Bird and Tom Rosenthal…

nicknamed Pussface and Pissface.

And their neighbor Jim played by Mark Heap and his dog Wilson.

A bit of an unusual neighbor to say the least lol.

In the last email I sent I mentioned how humor can be used in marketing to build a following…

And Friday Night Dinner is another great example of this!

Another great thing to do is use case studies in your marketing and products and they don’t need to be your own.

And one person who’s done this quite well? See the P.S. below.

Have a great Monday.


P.S. Case studies are a great way to get ideas of what to use in your business or even build a business around.

And in Tony Shepherd’s publication Ten Micro Models.

These are ten clever (and I think very interesting) micro-models.

Most of them aren’t Tony’s. Most are online-based. A couple are offline based but ALL of them are PROVEN to work.

These micro-models aren’t just theory though.

In this publication, Tony presents them as actual case studies… 

showing how the operators run the model, the strategies they put in place and the results they got.

What you get:

  • 10 Proven Micro-Models you can replicate.
  • No fluff 40-page PDF publication revealing 10 fantastic Ideas to either create a new business or add to your existing one. These case studies cover everything from affiliate marketing to hands-free (as much as possible) automated systems… that need maintenance once set up.
  • Fantastic If you’re stuck for ideas that can be easily replicated!

Click here to learn more and get your copy.

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