Masterclass: Plan Your Email Campaigns (Like a Boss)




You need to send out an email to your list tomorrow, but you:

  • Don’t know what type of email to send
  • Don’t know what kind of content to put in your email
  • Feel like you’re reinventing the wheel, every time you send an email

I get it, taking the time to make a plan sounds like a luxury at BEST.   But in the grand scheme of things, you can’t afford not to.  That’s why I put together this mini-course. I’ve been in your shoes and talk to folks daily who are struggling with the same issues.

Stop chasing down the five million details you need for every campaign you send. Plan it, organize it, and collect it in one place. Your brain, team, and bank account will thank you.

In this course you will get:

  • Clarity on which types of emails to send.
  • Ideas on types of content to place in your emails
  • Lessons from the trenches after sending THOUSANDS of emails
  • A project management template to keep yourself (or your team) on track yourself.

Masterclass: Plan Your Email Campaigns (Like a Boss)


Warm your leads and new customers with valuable, timely messaging that makes them fall in love with you.


Pinpoint the exact tactics to use for your business. Stop googling.


Refine your email marketing to start catching your subscribers before they lose interest and go elsewhere.

Success Stories


email campaigns launched

million $$ in campaign revenue

email automation workflows built

times I've read the Harry Potter series

I’m Emily McGuire

I’m the Owner and Chief Email Marketer of Flourish & Grit: An Email Marketing and Automation Studio.

As someone who honors the grit it takes to get through this world, I appreciate ways to work smarter, not harder.

With lessons learned over a decade in tech, sending thousands of email campaigns, and earning clients over $80 million in email campaign revenue, I love sharing the mistakes and strategies of email marketing done well.

You’ll typically find me with a cup of coffee in hand because #momlife. When my head isn’t in my laptop, you can find me chasing my toddler, reading a book or binging trashy TV.