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8: The Breakup

8: The Breakup

Chelsea Castle 1 min

Use case: Objection, breakup/final email

How to use it:

  1. State that you’ve reached out
  2. Explain why you did
  3. Assume the timing is off
  4. Ask them to correct you
  5. Clarify it’s the last email


Hey George,

I’ve reached out a few times because you’re hiring so many new reps.

I thought our email coach could help.

I’m going to chalk it up to my timing being off. Let me know if I’m wrong, but I’ll stop my outreach for now. Do you think this will be a priority in the next two quarters?

Why it works:

Remember it’s not a breakup forever; it’s a “bye for now.” You’re not saying you’ll never talk to them again. But if you’ve sent a few notes and haven’t heard back, ask if you “missed the mark” and try to get them to correct you. People love to correct others.

How to Use An Email Framework

Tailor each framework to its designated use cases for optimal effectiveness. Examples are provided for reference, but avoid copying them directly. They include light personalization to clarify the framework’s structure. Use the framework as the foundation for your email and add your relevant personalization.

Ensure your emails go beyond the provided examples by incorporating more personalization to resonate with the recipient. Focus on the underlying structure and instructions of the frameworks.

Make the framework your own, then test it with Lavender’s email grader. Our email coach will pinpoint areas that require improvement and provide guidance to optimize your email for a score of 90+. Achieving this score doubles your chances of receiving a reply.

Chelsea Castle 1 min

8: The Breakup

This framework helps you reframe 'breakup' emails as an effective 'bye for now.'

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