If that email subject line caught your attention…
It’s because “type” is one of three main persuasive architectures that work beautifully when it comes to quizzes.
Any guesses to what the other 2 are?
(I’ll fill you in another day).
But today I want to talk about one of the best examples of the “type” construction in action…
Something known as the “Wealth Dynamics” Profile.
If you haven’t taken it before, it’s a quiz that helps you determine what your entrepreneurial “type” is.
There are 8 different types, and each one corresponds to a different business model that’s right for you.
What does this have to do with you and the Ask Formula?
Everything. (More about that later).
I recently went through this exercise in my ELITE mastermind…
Where every member of the group took the Wealth Dynamics profile to see what “type” of entrepreneur they are.
And it was enlightening.
What was most interesting was the fascination of everyone in the group to not only know what their type is…
But to know what everyone else’s type is.
So how can you use this?
When you’re thinking about coming up with your own quiz, think about a way to incorporate the “type” construction.
Not only is the “type” quiz interesting for your prospects…
But it has the potential to go viral because people will try to get their friends to take the quiz too.
In fact, let me demonstrate this for you.
I’m curious about what YOUR Wealth Dynamics profile is.
And if we can get 50 people to click on the link below and post a screenshot of their results…
I’ll post mine as well.
Curious to know what type I am?
You might be surprised.
Here’s the link again:
Stay tuned because tomorrow I want to share HOW you can use the Wealth Dynamics assessment when you’re implementing the ASK formula.