Welcome again to Smart Passive Income!
I look forward to hearing from you.
Let's Do This
My sanity disclaimer...again
A quick reminder that I get up to 500 emails per day! If I had to guess, that's not going to slow down anytime soon.

I appreciate each and every SPI fan so much. I really want to make sure that I'm managing your expectations. In most cases my assistant, Jessica, and I won't be able to reply immediately to emails. We do the best we can.

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Howdy! How can I help you today? *

Congratulations! Please tell me your success story. *

How long have you been an SPI fan? *

What's the #1 business lesson you've learned from SPI? *

May I please have your permission to publish your success story if there's a good opportunity to do so? *

No hard feelings if you don't want me to. And I cannot guarantee that I'll get a good chance to publish it. I just like to highlight my awesome fans doing great work if I can.
Wow, I'm honored! Thanks for thinking of me.
I have an entire page on SPI devoted to my speaking. Please check that out to learn about my style, topics, and more. Here's a direct link:


On that page, you'll find a big green "Hire Me" button. Click on that to access my Typeform for speaking opportunities.

Thanks again so much for considering me. I appreciate you!

Thanks so much for your interest in having me on your show!
I wish I could honor every interview request that I receive but there just aren't enough hours in the day. Please do share information about your show. Just please know that I cannot always accept.

What is the name of your podcast? *

Who is the host of the podcast? Is that you? *

Please share the URL of your podcast. *

Either your iTunes link or website link is fine.
What topic(s) would you like to discuss on your podcast? *

I'm honored that you'd think of me to invest in your startup.
Unfortunately, I'm not in a position—personally or professionally—to become an investor. I haven't developed those skills. And overall, my focus remains my family, my friends, and my SPI community.

I would like to help if I can. The best I can do is point you in the direction of some awesome online platforms to help entrepreneurs raise money. Here are some legit options to check out:

* Kickstarter.com (for just about anything)
* Kiva.org (for micro-loans)
* Indiegogo.com (better fee structure than Kickstarter)
* DonorsChoose.org (for education projects)
* Teespring.com (for t-shirts)

Good luck with your startup! I wish you every success!

I'm always keen to consider becoming an affiliate for a product that I can get to know and believe in. What product do you have in mind? *

Why is this product awesome and how will it help/add value to the SPI community? *

What is your target customer segment? *

What is the base price of the product, and what is the affiliate commission rate for a sale? *

How often do you pay out your affiliate commissions? *

How are affiliate commissions paid? *

What system do you use to manage your affiliate program? *

E.g. 1ShoppingCart
How many other affiliates do you have, and how many affiliates do you want to have? *

Do you have an affiliate marketing kit of product graphics, descriptive copy, and other assets? *

What else should I know about your affiliate program? *

Literally anything goes here!
*Thanks for taking the initiative to write a guest post for SPI!
*Admittedly, I rarely ever publish guest posts. I support the practice and even guest post myself on other sites from time to time. But for SPI, it's just not something that I have decided to do...not at any scale at least.

I may change my mind in time. Some folks I deeply admire, like Timothy Ferriss, started out as single-author bloggers and evolved into publishing guest posts on their sites. If I get to that stage, I'll put a guest posting policy and style guide in place to make life easy all around.

For now, it is what it is. Feel free to check back though!

*I'm honored that you care to trust me with your business question.
*I don't consider myself an expert, though I have learned a lot about online businesses. I'll do the best I can to help you. If your question is out of my league, I'll be honest and say so.

And, of course, I'm not a lawyer or paid business consultant. Please don't treat any ideas I share as gospel. Consider me a friend trying to help another friend. At the end of the day, your business is your business and you're responsible for the decisions you make and actions you take.

What business question is on your mind? *

Please, please be as descriptive and precise as possible. The more thought you put into your question the better the odds of me being able to provide a useful response.
I'm so sorry that you're having a problem! Which SPI product or experience is causing you trouble? *

What is the gist of the problem? *

Please, PLEASE be as detailed and concise as you can be so that my team and I can properly investigate the problem.
What device are you using when the problem occurs? *

If a web browser is involved, which web browser are you using? *

Please upload a screenshot image of the problem if you are able.

If not, no worries.
How unsettling is this problem? *

Is there anything else I should know about the problem?

Skip this question if nothing else comes to mind.
Thanks! Use the space below to tell me about your charitable organization.

Awesomesauce! I so appreciate receiving thank you emails. Please use the space below. Thank you so much in advance! *

What's your name? *

Feel free to only share your first name if you like.
*Thanks so much for caring about the SPI community!
*I couldn't be more grateful for your enthusiasm and support.
I appreciate you. #toinFlynnityandbeyond
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