August was the final issue of my Monthly Mentor Club print newsletter.

I announced it inside the Club a couple of months ago.

But subscribers who aren’t current members have been asking when the Club will be available again. So, I decided to make an announcement for everyone.

The first issue of the newsletter was published in June 2007.

That’s over 15 years!

It’s been an amazing run, and I’ve made a lot of loyal friends along the way.

There are members who’ve been a part of the Club since 2007! And many more who’ve been members for close to a decade or more.

Since the closing announcement, I’ve received a lot of messages from members of how much of a difference the Club has made for them.

So why did I close a profitable, long-term membership like this?

It’s wasn’t some grand master plan.

The answer is simple.

It wasn’t fun anymore.

A print newsletter is incredible for making a connection with your audience. It’s stronger than email, courses, or even online memberships.

Members told me how they would eagerly rip open the envelope when they got their issue in the mail.

They’d read through it, and then go back through it as it would sit there on their desk as a reminder.

But there is a negative to a print newsletter too.

It relies on the writer.

Sure, I could have recruited other writers to produce some of the content, but that would have changed the format and the tone.

It wouldn’t have been the same voice behind every word.

Over the past couple of years, I noticed that issues were taking me longer and longer to write.

Basically, I became burned out on writing the monthly issues.

So, I made the tough decision.

I closed the Club.

That brings up the obvious question.

What’s next?

I’ll be releasing several new courses soon…including one in September (details coming next week).

I have plans for one or more books next year.

I have a ‘mountain’ of step-by-step training I’ve produced for the newsletter over the years, and many of these will be updated and used as bonuses in courses or other projects.

And I’ll continue helping my private coaching clients.

This is the end of an era, but there are many exciting things coming in the near future.

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Terry Dean
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Terry Dean has been in full-time internet business since 1996 and has helped thousands of entrepreneurs get started online through his articles and products. He lives in Ocala, Florida with his wife and 2 dogs. Find out more about how his step-by-step courses can help you today.