70 Email Templates
The Email Course includes 70 email samples and templates that will save you time, make you money, and (just maybe) change your life.
These templates, alone, are worth the entire cost of the course.
You’ll use these templates over and over for years to come.
Each template has a fill-in-the-blank format, so you can customize the language to suit your situation.
A peek at the email templates you'll get:
Email to ask your dream client/company to hire you.
Email to company/organization to see if they’d like to hire you for consulting, coaching, or leading a seminar for their employees.
Email to ask a past client to hire you again.
Email to announce a new project, like a book you wrote, a podcast you just released into the world, a product, service, etc.
Email (or newsletter) to announce a service or program and invite people to enroll.
Email to announce an exciting event that you’re organizing.
Email to announce that you’re raising your rates.
Email to announce that you’re changing the focus of your work/offering different services.
Email to announce a change in your business policies.
Email to follow up with a client who wasn’t quite ready to hire you…to see if they are ready now.
Email to follow up with a client who has “disappeared.”
Email to a shop to see if they’d like to feature your products.
Email to break up with a client in the kindest way possible.
Email to apologize for a mistake/to rebuild your professional reputation.
Email to reach out to someone and make an exciting proposition: Would you like to do [XYZ] with me?
Email to make an exciting business proposition to someone you know.
Email to reach out and make an exciting business proposition to someone you don’t know.
Email to ask a client if they’d like to work with you in a new/different way. (More hours, new package, higher pay, etc.)
Email to a fellow business owner to ask for client referrals.
Email to ask someone if they’d be willing to write an endorsement or testimonial about your book/product/etc.
Email to notify your business community about your anti-racist, social justice policies, and how you are committed to building a better world.
Email to apologize to your business community about a mistake or oversight, own it, take responsibility, and explain how you intend to do better.
Email to a local TV station to pitch yourself as a guest on the show.
Email to a podcast/radio host to pitch yourself as a guest on the show.
Email to ask if you can interview someone for your project.
Email to ask a literary agent if they’d be interested in representing you/your book.
Email to pitch yourself as a speaker at a conference or some other event.
Long-shot email to a very busy, very famous, very hard-to-reach person who probably won’t reply—but you never know!
Email to politely say “no” if someone invites you to meet up, etc.
Email to politely say “no” if someone wants to “pick your brain” and get advice from you…for free.
Email to politely say “no” if someone invites you to be part of a project they’re doing, but you are not interested.
Email to politely say “no” if someone wants to “hop on the phone for a quick chat,” but you don’t want to do that.
Email to politely say “no” if someone asks for a discount or free work.
Email to politely say “no” if someone invites you to join a book club, join a Board of Directors, or something else, and you are not interested.
Email to politely say “no” if someone asks you to donate time/money/etc. to a cause but you don’t want to do this, or can’t right now.
Email to politely say “no” if someone wants to hang out in-person but you don’t have time right now.
Email to support a friend/colleague who’s having a hard time lately.
Email to a friend who is grieving/going through a major life transition.
Email to ask a friend or colleague for a special favor.
Email to encourage friends to donate to a great cause.
Email to friends/family to notify them about a change in your life.
Email to ask friends, family, and colleagues to help spread the word about your new business, new book, new project, new anything.
Email to reconnect with a friend/colleague you haven’t seen in a while.
Email to introduce a friend or colleague to someone they ought to meet.
Email to ask someone to meet/develop a new friendship with you.
Email to ask someone if they’d like to go on a date with you.
Email to someone you’ve dated once to say you’d like to not continue.
Email to apologize to a friend, take responsibility, and make amends.
Email to gently nudge someone to do something (like pay an invoice).
$100K emails that led to extremely successful product launches.
Auto-reply email (to let people know you’re away from your inbox).
Email to offer a free consultation call to a potential client.
Email to invite people to attend a free webinar.
Email to invite people to join an affiliate program.
Email to announce that you’re leaving social media.
Email to follow up with someone who never responded at all.
Email to let someone know, “I have a product that may be perfect for you.”
Email to say “thank you” for signing up for a program, class etc.