“You can’t please everyone so you gotta please yourself.” ~ Ricky Nelson
It’s been twelve hours since I sent you an email with the subject Experience Their Orgasm and my inbox is already beginning to seize with excitement. If it had legs, I don’t think it would be able to feel them in the morning. The unsubscribes, which are typically higher when I use provocative subject lines, have been surprisingly low. The sentiments shared in your responses are overwhelmingly entirely positive… except for one.
While skimming through my inbox from bed for anything urgent, I’ll admit that I let out an audible chuckle when I saw this. My first thought was exactly the response I sent.
I was expecting dismissal of my response, but she opened up to conversation.
I’ve said it before and it’s worth stating again, “If you buy someone’s opinion, you buy their lifestyle.” I don’t know anything about Jayme or her lifestyle, but I do know that she doesn’t have enough information about my goals and ambitions to provide educated feedback.
With that said, her email was still (seemingly) supportive and she hadn’t unsubscribed, so I unveiled the drivers behind my actions and shared my appreciation for her perspectives.
My path is not the same as yours. There might be similar elements, but we are different people and will have different journeys. You should draw inspiration from the elements you aspire to accomplish just as much as you take guidance for the aspects you wish to avoid.
Use my path as your tool, but don’t use all of it because you’re not me.
As I referenced earlier, there were a slew of other responses and they were humorously juxtaposed to the
criticism feedback of Jayme’s email.
King’s enthusiasm was echoed by Jeni — a long time subscriber, but first time responder.
I offered clarification to Jeni sharing that the orgasm theme wasn’t a matter of research, but rather it was prompted by the reemergence of my dating(?) life in conjunction with an overwhelmingly colorful conversation about PrimeMind’s editorial on orgasmic moaning:
It’s worth noting that Courtney teaches orgasm meditation. While she said in a later email:
As I finish this email—which took surprisingly little effort to write thanks to the inspiration of Jayme, King, Jeni, Courtney, and everyone else who responded—I haven’t gotten a response the last email I sent Jayme and still, only two people have unsubscribed.
I am perpetually in awe of how you all have so enthusiastically jumped into bed with me. I know some of you are just here to cuddle and I accept you in that place. Consent is sexy and I have no desire to force you into something you’re not ready for (or that isn’t right).
I take great pride in comments like “this was so unexpected” and “I really appreciate you taking the time” or—following an aggressive attack at my LiveChat app (affiliate link) which someone thought was an annoying bot—”you must be a saint, I’ve really enjoyed this.”
Sales doesn’t have to be salesy.
When was the last time you built a relationship without a clearly established objective?