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100 Amazing Cliches To Give Your Emails More Personality Part 2

James Canzanella, Affiliate Marketing

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2 Lessons (19m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:01
    • 2. 100 Amazing Cliches To Give Your Emails More Personality Part 2

      18:22

About This Class

Email marketing is the linchpin to an online business, so it's crucial that you don't become boring otherwise you'll miss out on more opens, clicks, and sales. That's what this course will solve for you, how give your emails more personality with 100 MORE amazing cliches.

Upon completing this video course, you'll have 100 MORE great cliches to sprinkle in your emails so that you can stick out like a sore thumb. So if you're looking to improve your email marketing efforts, be sure to enroll in this course right now. 

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1. Introduction: Hey, it's James Cans. And Alan, welcome to my course. 100 amazing cliches to give your emails more zest, mawr, more enthusiasm or energy and overall, more personality. This is part two, all right. And it, of course, previously about this it was super excited. I enjoyed it so much at the creed. 100 mark is literally You could never get all of these. They work so well. Not just in video is not just an email, not just in social media, Not just in everywhere in your life. This is just for your emails. All right? You gotta sign up for this course you got it. Roll. Otherwise I'm going to be as mad as a wet head. You have no idea what the hell that means. I'm gonna talk about it on the inside, so go ahead and sign up right now. Seriously, a man in this video just go do it seriously. You're gonna enjoy this course you can use in a lot of places. Like I said email, I'm basically going to go over 100 of these. Tell you what they mean. Maybe give you a few stories. Maybe kind of mess around the little you'll enjoy. Just sign up right now. I'm done seriously. 2. 100 Amazing Cliches To Give Your Emails More Personality Part 2: Hey, it's James can zonal and welcome to my course 100 amazing cliches to give your emails more personality Part two. Okay, enjoy doing this so much previously that I had to make another version of this. Of course, being part two, we get 100 more amazing cliches. And before I begin, I want to let you know that these aren't on Lee just for emails. Heck, you can use these in everyday life. You can use them on social media, which for a lot of people, is everyday life. You can use them on block pose to use it for content, for videos. You can use them wherever you like. Be as creative as you like. It's gonna help you stick out like a sore thumb. Okay, now that we've already started with a cliche, let's move on to the actual 1st 1 Okay, So what I'm gonna do is obviously read it and basically give you many definition of what it is. All right. So abandoned ship is to look a board. Okay. If something's going wrong, it's kind of like if the ship's going down, everyone's got to abandon. Evacuate, Reject. All right. Stop what you're doing that type of thing. Number two all bent out of shape. Someone's getting all crazy, all like worried or, you know, like, if someone says, Oh, my God, a storm's coming We need to get shelter. We need to get food, like, chill out. You're getting all bent out of shape right there, worrying too much to settle down. Right? Number three, all spare in love and war. This means that basically, whatever happens when it comes to love and war, all bets are off, All right? People do a lot of crazy things just the way it is for another nail in the coffin. Kind of like someone's. Really? I guess you could use this in a trial. Where? Up. They've just found the knife. And guess what? They found his fingerprints on it. That's another nail in the coffin. Just another way of saying okay. Five as good as gold. Which means it's very good. It's, um it's something you want. Okay. Six. Back against the wall. Kind of. You have no options left. You're kind of screwed. You put yourself in a bad spot. Okay. Seven bags all packed and ready to go. Okay. This is basically someone. Ah, there's made up their mind and they're ready to do something. Okay. Or you could actually talk about Hey, maybe they packed her bags and they got to go Number eight. The ball's in your court. It means it's your turn to make a choice. All right? I just threw the ball over to you. What you going to dio? You gonna shoot? Are you gonna throw it off my head? Go with shoot, please. Nine baptism by fire. Probably one of these single best ways of learning anything. It's ah, it means throwing you into the situation as awkward as stressful. As frustrating as confusing. It's gonna be You just got to do it. Okay, I love doing this, cause So Maney so few people want to do it this way. They wanted to be all it. It's got to be no problems. This is the best way of learning anything. Alright, Study this definition and then use it. Okay. 10. Been there. Done that. Got the T shirt. Old news. Already heard it. Already seen it. While you talking about smells like teen spirit. That was, like decades ago. Been there, done that. Listen to it. Number 11. Cash, cow or what? I like to refer as profit call. Okay, Basically, it makes a lot of money. 12 Champagne tastes on a beer budget. This person's got expensive taste, but they got no money to go along with it. They want Vegas. Forced are fine dining hotels. Yet they go for McDonald's because that's the budget number 13. Chomping at the bit they can't wait. Super excited. I'm about launches. Great course. People are chomping at the bit to get it. That's what it is. 14. The clock is ticking. Basically, the time is running out. All right, you got to make a decision once that timer goes to zero, Your pain double. All right. So kind of scarcity. An urgency here. 15 cold feet. Someone backs out there about the launch progress. He no can do it. Got ta check the sales letter. They get nervous, They get afraid. They back out, they get cold feet the opposite of confidence. 16 dagger in the heart. It hurts. Hit him right where it hurts, you know, I don't know. Watching game of Thrones and actually put a dagger in the heart. Think of the expression. It would suck it with her. It's painful. 17. Don't look a gift horse in the mouth. My goodness, if I could ever use this one enough, I can't tell you how often I see someone say something and it reminds me of this. Basically, someone get something for free and all they got to do is crap all over it. Why? It's horrible. Why it sucks. And they're saying this after they got it for free. Don't look a gift horse in the mouth. 18. Don't take any wooden nickels. Just another way of saying kind of like be careful. $19 Dishwater. Probably making fun of someone can 20 dumber than homemade dirt once again making fun of someone. They're an idiot. 21 year old dog food. I love this one. Basically, this is like if a business creates a product or a solution or course like this and they actually use it. Okay, So, for example, I eat my own dog food because I used these liberations these cliches, these idioms all the time. OK, 22. Elevator's stuck between floors are there's something wrong with that person or a little idiotic. They're a little crazy. It's when it is 23. Enough money to burn a wet dog. No animals were harmed in the creation of this idiom or cliche. I promise you. But anyway, they have a lot of money. 24. Every dog hasn't stay. Kind of like everyone has their day. Where they get lucky, they get what they want. 25 everything but the kitchen sink. That means you're getting just about everything. Whether it be a product, whether it be a product, whether it be not a product, you get the idea 26 faster than a speeding bullet. It's Superman, right? This is Ah, some sonic hedgehog stuff right here. You're going fast. Really fast. 27 Feaster. Famine reminds me a lot of entrepreneurs. Either cash is pouring into their business or they are dead broke. Basically, the both extremes happens a lot. 28. Following the footsteps of this is pretty simple. You find a mental and you basically follow exactly what they dio. Okay, Follow in their footsteps. 29 from a dizzy, basically that you're gonna be learning. Everything okay from a dizzy They don't miss anything out, are you? Get the idea. 30 from the horse's mouth, right straight from the original source itself. Not through some rumor, not through some gossip. You're hearing it from the guru himself, right? 31. Give it the old college try. You know, Give it a try. Just do it. Test it out. Just like in college. I believe this came from because when you're in college, you're young. You kind of do anything. You go crazy. And in college, I know a lot of women will do almost anything once and obviously a lot of dudes as well. But either way, it's kind of weird stems from give it the old college Try 32 going to hell in a handbasket . You're going to hell. You're going to hell and you're going to hell. He did something bad. That's when they say that. 33 glimmer of hope. Okay, you can kind of see a light at the end of the tunnel, and that's great jams. Go ahead and, uh, define a cliche by using another cliche. Basically, someone sees hope in their situation. 34 go belly up. Either something's going to die, not exist anymore. This is very often used with businesses. You know, they went bankrupt. They had to close out. They went belly up. 35 Gopalan san, which means get the hell out of here. Go fly a kite. I don't want you beat around me. I love that expression. 36 harder than Chinese algebra. Okay, as if algebra was in bad. We're gonna put it in Chinese. And now you've got to figure it out. It's a very difficult situation. 37. Have a stick up. Your Hess said There's something wrong with this person. Maybe there being aggressive. Maybe they have an attitude. Maybe they're not respecting you. That's the city. Um, that's that cliche. Okay. 38. He who can not dance, blames the deejay. I love this one. People do this all the time. They love blaming. Okay, They can't dance yet. It's like the DJs fall because he's playing the wrong music. It's ridiculous. 38 39. Hotter than a fox in a firestorm. I'm pretty sure this one has, like a strong sexual. Um, are you giving off like a strong sexual presence? Like attractive? Okay, 40. I could be wrong on that. Don't quote me. Whatever. 40 Hotter than the hinges. of hell. This means something is really hot. Temperature wise, I could be. Touch it. You're gonna burn your hand off 41. I need your help. Like a kangaroo needs a purse. Basically, I don't need your help at all. Not at all. So just go pound sand, right? 42. I wouldn't piss on your teeth if they were on fire. This is a great way of saying you despise someone like your teeth are on fire. Heck, I wouldn't even piss on you. I don't like you. That's 42. 43 in the dog house. Means you're in trouble. Okay? The husband has to sleep on the couch. He's in the doghouse. 44. It has to get worse before it gets better. Hey, so if you're going through a crappy time, guess what? That's something you say. Yeah, you're going through a bad time, but guess what? Has to get worse before it gets better. If it's worse right now, it's only going to get better. Baby 45. It's not a sprint. It's a marathon. This reminds me of an old friend from college who would drink like an animal as if it was a sprint throw up all over the place, pass out and would always tell him, Hey, it's not a sprint. It's a marathon 46 Jack vying for a position. Jockeying, Jack. Eyeing however you want to pronounce it. Basically, either manipulating are maneuvering to basically get to, Ah, higher position, climbing that corporate ladder, doing whatever it takes. 47 jumped the gun. All right, you're moving too quickly or starting ahead of everyone else. This kind of stems from when people used to race that they'd sound the gun, they'd shoot it. That's when you start. So if someone basically started earlier, they were jumping the gun. 48. Jump down your throat. Someone is pissed. Someone's probably verbally assassinating you. They're jumping right down your throat. There again, angry. They're telling you how it is. 49. Just the tip of the iceberg. Ask the Titanic. That's all they saw. There was much more than meets the eye. 50. Justice is blind. This is basically saying that no matter what happens, the bad guys are gonna get the punishment and the good guys are going to get the good stuff . 51. Keep your fingers crossed. Basically you're hoping and you're praying for some good luck. 50 to keep your nose on that grindstone. Which means hard, hard, hard work. 53. Keeps his cards close to his vest. Basically doesn't reveal what he's doing. A lot. Okay, So if you were playing cards and you kept him close to himself, he doesn't want any other people knowing you're seeing 54 knee high to a grasshopper. I say this one of locks I'm pretty tall means someone is short 55 knuckle down. Like just get down to the business. Take action due to takes. All right, let's get started. 56 last ditch effort. Basically your laptop. Last attempt to make something work. 57. Leave no stone unturned. That means go through everything. Okay. Imagine being in a garden and you got a basically unturned. Every stone, you're going through it all. Okay. 58. Lightning never strikes the same place twice. This is basically something about being lucky, a k not being lucky, depending on how you want to look at it. 59 lights are on, but no one's home, right. It's basically something's wrong with him. Maybe he's not that smart a little bit idiotic. 60 lesser of two evils. A lot of people talk about the presidential debate that they say they're both evil. But you know what? I'm gonna go with the one who is not as evil. That's an example. 61 madder than a wet hen. Okay, have you ever seen a wet hen? Neither have I. But I imagine it's very mad. This is, like, super duper angry wanted. Just, like slap someone, give him a roundhouse kick like Chuck Norris. That's madder than a wet hen for you. I learned something new today, didn't you? But you never heard that before, did you? Huh? Ok, fine. 62 made of money. It means that got a lot of money. 63 make like a tree and leave. This always reminds me back to the future is like one. Did you make like a tree? Get the hell out of here. Let's make like a tree and leave you more anyway. Just means get the hell out of here. Go, pound sand. Go flying. There's like three more cliches for you. Enjoy 64 making money. Hand over fist. I get a rapid, um, rapid session wrapping amount, making a lot of money kind of quickly. 65 money burns a hole in his pocket, which basically means that this person spends money like it's their job. 66. No blood, no foul. All right. Similar with no harm, no foul. So if you do something and something like, Oh, my God, that offends me And you're like No blood, no foul. It's not a big deal. Suck it up. Okay, 67. No brainer. Kind of like an offer. There's so much value. It's a no brainer. Easy. Decision 68. None of your business. OK, someone asked to your question The answer. None of your business. I'm not telling you. Stop snooping around my business. 69. Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin. This is basically a way of saying that's not gonna happen, Okay? And I'll huff and puff. It'll blow your house down. And that's what the little Maicer rats or whoever the wolf was gonna the pigs. That's what it was. They said, not by the hair of my chinny chin chin. It's not gonna happen. Not any time soon. Don't even try it. Not today. Not okay, fun number 70. Not enough room to swing a cat. This one's pretty illustrative, but there's not a lot of room. Hopefully, you're not claustrophobic, but who knows? 71 0 what a tangled web we weave. Okay, someone might say this when they look back and realize how many problems they have, how they've got themselves until these difficult situations. And you're thinking, Why the hell do away, You know, tangle all these webs, and we've them that way. I don't know why, but that's the cliche. 72 old is there. There's, like, super old we're not talking about, like, 80. We're talking about, like, 300. Okay, whatever. Anyway, really old 73 on pins and needles. Usually when they're anxiously waiting for something. Okay. 74 on the brink of disaster. You are about to do something really stupid. Okay. I don't know how else to explain that something disastrous is about to happen. Okay. 75 out the lunch. This is kind of another one where a person's, like, kind of idiotic. I don't know what's going on them. They're out the lunch. They're crazy. Similar to that 76 pain in the ass. Okay, someone is being a really annoying right there. They're looking that gift horse in the mouth there not being grateful for the free stuff they gave. And they're just kind of complaining. They're being a pain in the ass. You probably heard that would pay the piper basically pay, like a debt or something. You owe 78 piece of cake. Easy. 79. Pushed the envelope to see how far you can take it. All right, let's start posting some political stuff on Facebook and let's push the envelope a little. Kind of like the mass media always does. 80. Put that in your pipe and smoke it, Lexie. And take that. Okay. 81 rags to riches. Basically from broke to billionaire Broke to millionaire. Basically not having a lot of money to having a lot of money. 82 Raining cats and dogs It is really, really raining. 83. Rattle your cage When you say something and someone gets upset, you kind of rattled their cage. You ruffled their feathers, so to speak, as if another cliche helped explain that. Okay, 84. The real McCoy best grades. The real deal. Okay, it's true. It's tried That's what you're looking for. 85 right on the money. You got it right. Perfect head on, Bullseye. I find it funny home explaining all these cliches with even more cliches. I'm sure you understand what I'm talking about. The right. Okay, 86 the road less traveled. Take the path that no one else likes doing. I'll tell you what. To hell of a lot less crowded Pride got some challenges in there. But you know what? You'll thank me later. That's the road less traveled. 87. Save the drama for your mama is a great one. Someone starts with all this drama. You're basically saying I don't deal with this crap. I'm not going to deal with this crap. Get it the hell out of here. Got no time for 88. Send shivers down one's spine. Basically, this is exactly what it says it's going to be doing. Unless I missed upon the definition. That's what I believe it is. Anyway, 89 sharp is a wet cornflake. All right, this is another great one for calling someone an idiot, OK, they're about as sharp is a wet cornflake, a k a. They're not sharp Metal, 90 shows some spunk. Thought this was hilarious. That word is just too fun, anyway, Kind of like, be ambitious, you know, Be a little bit more energetic, be a little bit more enthusiastic. Stop moping around. The gay showed some spunk. 91 sitting duck. This person is done. Their dead. This is like the person when the war starts and before, like all the armies, like, you know, just a regatta you've ever seen. Braveheart. There's all these people and there's on one side and the other they'll rush at each other. This is the person you're just, like, drops all those weapons and starts like dancing in the middle of the battlefield. And Anne Archer dislike shoots him in the head. He's a sitting duck. Okay? I don't know how else to explain that. Like they're going to die or do something really stupid. They're sitting duck. OK, 92. You're welcome for that long definition. Slow as a wet week. Basically, it is going super slow. Okay, It's like dog years 93. Snowball's Chance in hell basically have no chance. There were snowball in hell. We all imagine it's like super hot. It melts no chance. 94. That's how the cow eats the cabbage. I'm pretty sure this is Ah, I might be wrong. I kind of forgot in this one. I think it's like That's just the way it is. All I have to look it up after. If I'm wrong, remind me. I don't mind it. 95. That's the way the cookie crumbles. That's just the way it is. That's just the way things happen. Someone says like, Oh, that's not fair. You know what? That's just the way the cookie crumbles. That's just the way the ball bounces. It's just the way Lady luck has it a lot of different ways to say that. 96. There is no Colin. The ice. Yeah, I completely forgot what this is. You know what? That's gonna be your assignment. Figure out what this is and tell me and create a project. OK, if you're watching this far, I'm gonna hold you to it. And if you don't, I'm gonna be as mad as a wet hen. I'm telling you right now, the whole get mia's matters away. All right? That's 96 97. Throw gas on the fire to make the situation so much worse. Okay, You got a fire here. How do I put it out? Not by throwing gas on it. I'll tell you that much. Kaboom. Bye bye. Eyebrows. 98 throw to the wolves. All right, this is basket here, you know, going with the bad people. All right? When you get thrown to the wolves, they're gonna eat your life, right? Not a good situation. You found that out in Lion King. It was sad, I think I cried and I was, like, five years old and I'll never Okay, 99 Time heals all wounds. Okay, Give us some time. Maybe been hurt. Maybe been scarred. Maybe you've been I don't know. Maybe someone give you a wet Willie and it really got you down. You know what? Give us some time. He'll he'll All your wet willy wounds Talk about in a literal ation. Wet Willy wounds, right? Last but not least, uphill battle. You're fighting an uphill battle. You're making it so much more difficult for yourself. What are you doing? People do this all the time online. I'm like, dude, you're making it way too much harder for yourself. I say There's a lot. You're fighting an uphill battle, and you know what? I'll end it there because that's the end of them. That's all. 100. If you enjoy this. If you love that, if you found the entertaining it even if you hated it, go ahead. Give the thumbs up. You know, try something new for once. Never know you might like it. All right. Give that the old college try. How do you like that? I'm done. I'm just ending it right there. That was That was too good. Okay, bye.