Instructions on How To Whitelist trusted email sources.

Every few weeks we will be posting information to our website and later this year will have our blog page active,  then once it's live we'll send you an email with a short description of the new article, why we think it's important for you and a link to read the full article.

We'll also send you emails about new expert courses, software and other cool premium resources from time to time BUT only once we've vetted them.

Sound fair?  GOOD!

Here's what you need to do now to get started…

Whitelist and prioritize all emails from ,,  and, .

This is important! Not only will you receive updates about new articles on the blog, you’ll also receive notifications about new Government Regulations and at times you will get a call to action if a call to your Washington Representative is needed to try and stop pending legislation. Don’t worry we will also send a list of representatives to you to simply pull your rep’s name and contact number from our list and we will even give you a script to use if you need it.

But if our emails aren't getting through to you, you will miss these important updates and you won't receive the full benefit of being a subscriber.

So please take the following simple actions to make sure nothing slips through the cracks:

1) If you are a Gmail user be sure to "drag" any emails or into your Priority Inbox. (Again, you don't want to miss something.)

2) Create a special “[]” folder where you can archive emails from L2L as well as “[ken Lemal] AFTER you have read them. This is important…DO NOT setup filters to automatically direct our emails into these folders, or again, you are likely to miss something. Simply move them manually to the folder after the information in the email has been consumed.

3) Or you use any other web-based email that filters broadcasts away from your main inbox Click Here for help on how to whitelist email.


Take two-seconds and join the [] Facebook page, as this will be our primary method of communication outside of email updates, and again you won't want to miss a thing: