How To Get People To Open Your Emails

You know the ones… those emails that you positively can’t wait to see in your inbox each week. The people who seem to consistently send you tips, insights, and personal notes that make you feel like you really know the sender and make you fall in love with their work. The ones who you read religiously, and somehow their messages always strike a chord. They hold sacred space in your inbox.

So how do you become one of those people for your audience?


That’s what I’m chatting about with Stella Orange today in a special Bombshell Spotlight.

StellaStella Orange is the founder and creative director of, an agency that helps coaches and online businesses nail their message and get their writing projects done faster, bolder and more profitably. As a teacher, Stella shows her students how to craft their money-making message and find their voice so they sell more online with a quirky, human touch. 

She is based in Cincinnati, but returns to Montana several times a year, hosting sold out writing workshops for people who enjoy riding horses and drinking whiskey.

In our chat we also dive into:

  • What to do when you feel the fear of that blinking cursor {as we all do!}.
  • How to consider yourself a beacon of possibility for the person reading your email.
  • How to make your writing both persuasive and seductive, and the 4-part step by step structure for your emails.

Sounds pretty juicy, huh? Go on, CLICK PLAY:

You can just hop on over here to get more of Stella’s juicy teaching in the free training she mentioned…

So, how are you going to be a touch more theatrical in your writing, bombshell? Using these tips, how can you make it a reality this month? Dish in the comments below.


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