Just launched a new YouTube channel with 4 new videos on day one. 2 days in, most videos have zero impressions, thus zero views. Only 1 view for all 4 videos... What am I missing? - high video production ✔️ - eye-catching thumbnails ✔️ - curiosity headlines ✔️ - keyword optimization ✔️ (tubebuddy and vidiq) - channel optimization ✔️ (tubebuddy and vidiq) - targeted niche ✔️ Any ideas would be appreciated. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfHcxG4DCur-q33STAFI01Q
Most small creators have to get VERY specific when they're starting out. People can already watch the massive and well known creators for anything remotely generic. I learned this first-hand with my channel that I started up again in the summer. I have 300 subs, and most videos are at around 100 views, but a couple are in the thousands and they're all centered around a specific tool. Here's my highest viewed one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mSBOmC0izg "Autonomous Agents In Your Browser: Godmode vs Agent GPT" - people are likely watching that because no other large creator had a video on autonomous agents back when I posted it, and definitely not a comparison between 2 popular ones. It's the classic business lesson: When you're small, master a very small niche, and as you grow expand that niche. I know on my end, I'm going to keep making videos that help viewers AND haven't really been done before. The production quality is a tertiary concern.
I want to start my own community and I am looking for a good Landing Page website to built it. Do you have any recommandations on what should I use? I can t use clickfunnels cause they are too expensive for me btw..
Check out 10web- AI website builder with Wordpress Elementor as the base. I thought the designs it could make were quite weak, but I just saw this article with some beautiful examples: https://10web.io/blog/small-business-websites/
hey guys, freakin out a lil, I'm getting 0 views on most of my shorts. Channel just launched, I saw a few others have had this problem and it seems random. Wondering if this is a glitch as YT not even giving it a chance and now a little freaked out of the shear amount I'm about to post. Any thoughts? Here's channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTJRGpO0CB-ZUVqxJ7Jjr4A
I've been running my web design business for about 7 years now. I bought the domain when I was 18, but I wouldn't say I've been taking it too seriously until about a couple years ago. I was in university for most of that time. About a year ago, I think I was partly inspired by this group to start creating a course. It's crazy to see how far it's come from the rough drafts I had, but I also wish I had opted for a smaller course scope to start out with. I made a lot of mistakes over this process, but that's probably been my biggest. The course centers around using Squarespace to make a strong website for service-based business owners - but it expanded to include ChatGPT and Midjourney for website content, SEO and Copywriting advice as well as AI tools that help you do those, and some other things including offer creation. When creating it, I envisioned in my mind the middle-aged small business owners in my networking group that I've been a part of for 4 years, and thought about how if they don't get tech-savvy, their businesses will just cease to exist in 5-10 years. They have to learn the fundamentals, and then hire someone to execute on those fundamentals (and I have a video on how to hire a good freelancer on Upwork). Us small business owners need to upgrade our understanding of technology in order to stay competitive in this digital transition period, and I hope I can play a small but significant role in this 'fight' over this decade. Money-wise, I don't know if this course was worth it - time will tell. I certainly put in a lot of work time wise and at least $3000 money-wise in VA costs, and I could have been doing a lot more pressing work such as getting clients and upgrading systems in my business. What was worthwhile about this course - is a couple things: 1) Forced me to solidify my understanding of many rarely-used components of my service that I can now comfortably include in a holistic product. For example - using ChatGPT for content is huge, because getting text from clients has and always will be the no.1 sticking point for web designers. Sure, they still need to give input, but I can literally get on a zoom call with them, ask them questions, otter.ai transcribes it, and then ChatGPT puts together a 80% finished draft that I then edit. That's one of dozens of little examples of how this course improved my thinking of the systems behind my business. Sure, people can pay $119 to get a lot of the secrets/systems info- but they can also pay us $5000 to do it for them and this course is a key step behind consistently delivering $5000 websites that knock the socks off of clients (10x value)
Would love to hear some RUTHLESS feedback, and maybe praise if there is anything good! - Just finished a landing page for my school. - Starting to push my school a couple hours ago!. - Worried about the landing page being a bottleneck vs a lubricant. Why don't I just use the Skool's new billing instead of a landing page? I will be doing a one-time sign-on payment in a couple of months, and i will be offering a coaching package. MY SCHOOL OF MASCULINITY LANDING PAGE
Hey man, I’m at a cottage now but I’ve been doing websites for 7 years and love talking about this stuff so I’m going to write out a couple thoughts while I’m eating fudge by a river: This is a saturated space, at least for the audience you’re speaking to. There’s Tate, Hamza, Jordan Peterson, Healthy Gamer GG, it’s a tough market. The audience is sophisticated - so you need to do several things to stand out: 1) The first text you have on the page - the “pain” - you didn’t set it up properly. It’s too vague- would be good for a unsophisticated audience but like I said you don’t have that. You need to not only get more specific about what young men are dealing with, but amplify it further. This pain “discovery” sets the whole foundation for the product you’re going to sell, so you have to do it right. 2) Leverage your size - the fact that you’re much smaller than these competitors of yours has to be turned into an advantage. They couldn’t afford to hop onto a 15-min call with everyone that wants to join, but you can (I wouldn’t have suggested this normally, but you already have this on your page so clearly you’re okay with doing very unscaleable things at first). Which brings me to the goal of your landing page- it’s to sell the membership. If you’re going to get on a call with people anyways, don’t sell the membership, sell the call instead. Once you have them on the call you’ll be very likely to convert them. The call will be 15-minutes of strategy where you devise a plan with them on the next steps they need to take. Make sure you qualify heavily though- so you only get on calls with people that have a significant pain, and the budget to fix it. Let them then choose to join or not - they can try to execute on the next steps you two have uncovered for them on their own, or for $49 a month they can join a community, have you answer questions, get a money back guarantee, get XYZ bonuses etc. Selling the value-filled free call is much easier than the membership, but once on the call the membership will be a breeze.
Hey, So After countless different ventures, I've decided to start YouTube (This will be like my 4th time already) and I've already set down the niche, it's going to be self-improvement and basically offering solutions to problems I face. I've started working on some videos and have written a few scripts already. However, What I noticed is that asking a set of questions is the best possible way to find a solution. It is quite similar to journaling. But The reason I made this post is because I wanted to ask people already doing YouTube... What are the questions You ask yourself while creating/writing a video? How do you set your goals with each video? What would You do if you had to Re-Start your Channel? Any and all help would be highly appreciated.
I have 300 subs almost with several videos, and 2 hit around 5000 views, most are at around 100. The key is, as Allan said above, finding a specific niche and delivering something valuable. Those 2 'viral' videos were both about me using a specific new AI tool that people wanted to learn more about. I think at first, you have to see yourself not as a content creator at all but purely as a teacher/educator/business. Just deliver pure value. Over time, there's a chance people will watch you because they like you for you, but at the beginning it's purely a transactional relationship. Even for people that have entertainment youtube channels, I would say that the first video is also purely transactional- the audience doesn't know or really care about the entertainer, they just want to laugh or see something interesting for the next 10 minutes.
I’m meeting some great people here and just wondered where we are all from! Hopefully we can have some in person meet ups 🙌🏼 I’ve seen a couple already 😏😎 PS. Heads up, we have a google map of where our synthesizers are, feel free to add yourself: https://www.skool.com/synthesizers/taking-over-the-world-how-to-join-the-synthesizer-map?p=87794b04
I feel intrigued by one thing and I start to learn it whole-heartedly, Then I find it insanely boring once I gain a bit of knowledge about it. It's been happening for years now. 1st I started with making dance tutorials on YouTube as a 10yr old Kid. [ Lasted a Year ] 2nd I moved on to making Gaming Videos.[ Lasted 6 Months ] 3rd I started doing stickman animation and really got into video editing as well. [ Lasted 18 Months ] After all of that, I suddenly got into music, started by producing but then got into Rapping and actually got to a point where I'd proudly call myself a decent Rapper. And This Lasted for 4 whole years. Everyone around me become certain that This is what I'd do. And I thought the same.. BUT guess what? Turns out I never really cared much about the glory a rockstar gets. I just wanted to do something that would validate my existence and I could cling to in order to differentiate myself. I just didn't want to be lie everyone else. And Yet, It didn't help me at all financially, and despite I initially did music for the love of it, That love faded as I got into self-improvement and realized how much degeneracy is there in Modern Culture. Then I started copywriting through the words of Iman. This was also when I started prioritizing my faith as well and started praying. I figured that god led me to copywriting and It felt logical, since I've always "built" stuff and wrote scripts and songs a lot. I started seeing massive progress. Within a few DAYS, I already started writing good copy (at least according to my peers)... But something still didn't sit right with me. And like you'd expect, I lost all interest and it's boring to me now. I've started reading a lot of books since then( Though It's only been a month since then ). I've had a lot of realizations just this past week alone. And I believe that what I really actually love is "learning" and "consuming" information rather than "doing" a certain thing. Anything that makes me feel like I'm learning makes me feel good. Thus, I've reached a point where I want to stop copywriting as well and just focus on learning, journaling what I've learnt and possibly find a way to make a living sharing what I've learnt.
You’re prioritizing novelty over results. The beginning of any journey is always the most exciting, because of all the potential. The middle is quite boring. I don’t have a clear answer figured out for what you can do, because maybe there isn’t anything to do. The mind is very good at doing what it feels it must do, and nothing else. Clearly you crave novelty and learning, but there isn’t a pressing need to make income or get significant results for other people. Alex Hormozi said something interesting about the traits of successful entrepreneurs - they all have a pressing need to be recognized.
This morning I had a coaching call with the youtuber Hamza, inside his new payed community, about my struggle with creating Youtube videos, but unfortunately I left unsatisfied. I'm gonna tell you here how you can get people to actually help you, whether it is with a high ticket coaching call or just asking a question on a public community like Synthesizer School. But first, let me tell you about the time I started stalking Hamza.. Some month ago, when Hamza was living in Dubia, I was still facing the same exact problem I have today. It didn't let me sleep at night and everyday I was thinking about quitting Youtube. At the time Hamza was charging $10k to get on a direct call with him and I started formuling desperate thoughts. I started thinking about getting in debt. I started to think about which organ of my body I didn't need to survive, so I could sell it. All this just in order to find the money to afford the call. But then I remembered that I knew exactly where he was. At the time he started Fight Cult, so I thought about taking a plane not for a vacation like everyone does, but to meet him in the hope of getting his help. Until the day, 12 hours ago, when I got to talk to the man and couldn't even fucking explain what actually my struggle was. Virtually $10k was lost there. Imagine if I let the bank take everything from me just to have my opportunity and the end not even being able to speak properly. The reason why Hamza wasn't able to help me this morning was not because he didn't have the right answer, but because I made the wrong question. The more specific the question, the more accurate the answer. So, how do you find the right question? By doing introspection first. The best way to do it? Journaling. Journaling allows you to slow your thoughts, and if you slow your thoughts you can analyse better and more deeply, so that you can get to the real core of your problems. "But I'm paying for this, why would I do the work myself before?"
I think coaching calls like that can be very beneficial once you've already hit a certain level. For the right people, they can be no-brainers. Foe example, Alex Hormozi paid Grant Cardone $120,000 for 4 1-hour zoom calls. Great advice though - the solution to all your problems isn't going to be a private call with someone you look up to.
Hi everyone! This is my first post but I want to share what I think happened to my great idea. Over the last month I watched and take notes of the 298 long form videos of Alex Hormozi to share in a video the best lessons. I took 248 pages of notes and my decision was to take the best lessons (202) and read it all one after another. This is the video of you want to watch it - https://youtu.be/CbofL2Q5HJ0 It only got 30 views… So, what happened? Thumbnail: I put a photo of me with Alex and the title “best 202 lessons”. I think that’s pretty much a lot of lessons. Also I have 7 subs so, my photo didn’t help. My lesson is to make a better hook with the text and just feature Alex to make social hacking. I changed the thumbnail to the actual version but YT didn’t gave me more impressions, and maybe the reason is… Video: just say 202 sentences one after another is boring, if I selected a topic to make a framework around it using Alex lessons maybe my video have had a chance to succeed because the avg was 53 seconds for a 30 minute video. Let me know what you think!
Way too much information with no clear goal. Most people usually like information they’re not going to act on, but they’re smart enough to know there’s no chance they’ll get value out of 200 lessons one after another. You could have done something similar to what Andrew Kirby did- I think he created an Alex Hormozi bot or second brain by collecting everything he’s said. That’s much more valuable because now people can search the specific topic they need help with and then get Alex’a thoughts in that.
Hey gang - I know this is super-random (and I hope it's fine posting here as it should help other Synthesizers?)... I wonder if any of you have the same challenge, and/or if you think you might know or be the solution. My businesses are 100% online. I leverage tech, I love what it enables. Obviously I particularly love Skool, and anything that Sam touches...! But being behind a screen for even a slightly long amount of time kills my mind, energy & soul. I'm not a technical-moron...but I am very much an Analogue dude. Paper, notes, sketching quick diagrams..prefering in-person meetings, presenting to people at scale.. I've successfully grown my value-offerings & businesses in spite of this. And someone told me "You need a 'Digital Twin' " - someone to shadow, or enable, or partner to work with, and amplify/multiply output. 📝 My value/Zone of Genius = ideation, coaching, connecting, building partnerships, presenting to large audiences, brainstorming, creating content & more… 💻 Your value/Zone of Genius = execution, building systems, automations, growth hacking, productivity, integrations, building campaigns, creating useable frameworks & more… You do all this sh*t for fun! And you're really good at it. Can any of you resonate? And have any of you found someone like this? If so - how did you find them? How do you work best together? Are you my Digital Twin? If so - let's connect, maybe we're a perfect match. Any thoughts, guidance, ideas, offers, DMs, tags...all very welcome 🙏
Hey man, I really empathize with your goal. I’ve wished I could find someone like that as well, but it’s not so simple I think. This isn’t a matter of technical and non-technical, of which there’s examples of many successful partnerships. The wording you’ve used (and perhaps it’s just the wording that’s off, not the underlying idea, so in that case just ignore me) sounds to me like “willing to do the hard work” and “not willing to do the hard work”. You can’t just be the idea guy. I’m sure you’ve heard the saying that an idea without execution is nearly worthless. You do need people to execute on specific things though- but that’s what every CEO needs. Instead of trying to find a partner that is the “executor” I think you have to come to terms with the fact that you’re going to be at the top yourself, and have workers under you executing on specific tasks. Later on, sure, this can evolve into a a general manager, but you’ll always be at the top of the hierarchy. Just a way of looking at your situation differently.
I'm currently in Russia, visiting Moscow University. Now all I'm thinking about how is beautiful it is that some people devote 4+ years of their life to STUDYING 1 topic at a campus like this... in person! Not online. Not alone. But in person! Together. Pencil & paper in hand. I wish I could have done this for learning online business... Instead I had to learn it all on my laptop at home, alone. The 1 time I got to meet @Andrew Kirby in person felt like I was at school again, studying something meaningful - and it felt right. But imagine going to a beautiful campus surrounded by friends for 4 years to absolutely MASTER online business? That'd be SO FUN, wouldn't it? I love geeking out over business... all the nitty gritty's... Like: • How to craft irresistible offers • Understanding sales psychology • How to create amazing content • How to build a team • How to grow a cult-like following • How to sell without being salesly • How to work with clients/customers to make sure they're always happy • How to write amazing sales copy • How to design beautiful webpages • How to type faster Etc etc Think Hogwarts, but for making money online with digital products & services, like coaching and courses. I'm super curious now... If @Andrew Kirby created an in-person university for teaching online business with the purpose of helping us get to $10,000/month as fast as possible, would you attend? If we rented a University classroom, and dove deeply into online business mastery over the span of 3 months, would you attend? Comment below with UNIVERSITY if you would consider attending and let's start this conversation. Best, Ted
@Ted Carr Yes. But this made me think that the main reason this works out for Y Combinator is because they have a huge amount of applicants and only choose the best. If Andrew started an in-person Skool and the only barrier to entry was $10K per semester (let's say), then the ROI probably won't be there. I would suggest checking out Launch School's business model. They're an online school for coding - takes about 1000 hours to do (I did about half before I pivoted and didn't need to learn it anymore), and they give you two options: pay $300 monthly or don't pay until you land a $60k job (which you have to apply for - sort of like a scholarship).
Personally, I use a website blocker to block distracting sites, Chrome extensions to make Youtube less distracting by removing suggestions, trending tab, and shorts tab, and screen time limits to encourage me to get work done in the time it needs to get done Interested in what others use to stay focused whether it is a strategy or applications like these I've shared!
I use what you're using - I don't know if you're paying for a premium plan for a website blocker but I do, I find it's worth it ($20 per year for blocksite). Another thing that may help you - oftentimes we procrastinate or get distracted because the next step forward is unclear (and this is why video games are so addicted, the next step is always very clear). 2 things you can do 1) Use chatgpt or an AI browser extension to get even a little more clarity on whatever you're somewhat stuck on 2) Get up from your computer and walk around for a minute.
I have not had a viral video in 7 months when my channel grew to 20,000 within a few months. I’ve been struggling and chasing views and sub count but recently I pivoted my channel as well as my whole career to step away from Hollywood and open up my own law firm, representing creators. I wanted to take on this video to explain what I thought was happening behind the scenes with the Colleen Ballinger situation because there have been a lot of gossipy videos covering this issue but no lawyers covering it. https://youtu.be/ZtQozGMzkew It is totally wild to me that this video has taken off the way it has. It just goes to show you that you shouldn’t give up! A few months ago, I actually considered quitting my videos and my channel because it was just too hard and I just couldn’t figure it out but I kept going even though my last 10 videos have not done well. So the lesson is— don’t quit!
I'm posting this old conversation because I just got a spam message from someone in this group offering VA services (Btw, would be nice to have a 'report' feature on Skool to try to help clean up groups). That reminded me of a short conversation I had with someone in this group that I know is making WAY too much money to have a VA responding like this. I think people get so enamored by the idea of $10/hour VA's that they forget the huge costs associated with using $10/hour VA's. Of course, it depends on the job, but if you're making $100,000 a month, wouldn't it make sense to pay a VA $30/hour to get someone that speaks fluent English, uses proper grammar, and takes you and your business seriously? Most importantly perhaps, it keeps the 'charade' going that you're actually talking to this person, and not a VA. The moment I got this reply, I knew I was just speaking to a $10/hour VA that probably started recently. I've learned this myself, since I've used VAs as well. Lesson: If you're going to hire, hire expensively. Otherwise, the job isn't worth doing. Do it yourself, don't do it at all, or hire expensively. There's just little to no room these days to hire someone to do a half-assed job for you.
@Allan R. Yup, virtual assistants. Well business owners use VAs in all sorts of areas, in this specific case this person was using a VA to reply to people in his Skool DMs. No issue with that, except for the fact that the VA is clearly a low-end one, and like I said in my post hiring cheaply is more expensive than hiring expensively haha.
Hi I’m Tyler, the Hollywood attorney on YouTube. I started my channel almost a year ago. I hit 20,000 very quickly (about 4 months — my 3rd/4th/5th video got me from 280 to 10k in 3 weeks) and although that was cool I think it really messed with my brain. I had three viral videos on the Try Guys guys because it was a such a scandal to kick Ned Fulmer out for cheating on his wife and sleeping with an employee —that rocked the YouTube world and I wanted to make sense of it for the fans of the TG by explaining what I thought was happening behind the scenes (legally) as an Ex Buzzfeed attorney. For the past year, I’ve basically been chasing views and subscribers (not good) and a traumatic event in the last two weeks, forced me to look at my channel very differently. I started my YouTube channel because I was tired of being held hostage by big companies in Hollywood. I’ve basically been paying my dues for 15 years, and I always felt like I was at the mercy of a company or a man because my bosses were usually man. I also wanted a creative outlet. I went to Berkeley as an English major, and my dream is actually to be a novelist, but I ended up going to law school, because as an immigrant, who came here from Taiwan at the age of seven I have parents who still cannot speak English as of today and two younger siblings to support. It was the practical thing to go to law school, and I wanted to be a DA but the LA County DAs office wasn’t hiring so I tried being a litigator for two years before moving over into Entertainment to protect creatives like writers. Although I have worked at talent firms, representing big stars, I’ve spent most of my career at big companies like Disney, Skydance and Buzzfeed, as well as some big law firms. I was laid off two weeks ago because the private equity fund that I worked for was acquired by MetLife. I found myself at a crossroads and realized that I can easily find another company job in Hollywood, but I am done being part of the old guard that protects companies that won’t even give its writers a living wage. I think the WGA strike (a lightning moment for me) made it very clear to me that the big companies simply do not care about its employees. Never have. Writers create these amazing worlds in TV shows, movies, and franchises for the studios. But they can’t even pay their rent.
Perhaps the only thing better would be discernment/wisdom (something you've spoken about yourself in your Skool course). To be able to discern better than competitors would mean you more accurately invest resources in attracting great talent than competitors do. But that's sort of a cop-out answer.
For the past few weeks I've been talking about a big deal with a consulting business ran by an 8-figure entrepreneur. They realised that, whilst they were making $1,000,000+ with ads, it wasn't the optimal play long-term. So I was brought on board to create world-class content, hire an incredible highly-leveraged content team, and build them a big organic audience. I've been pretty mysterious about who the client is... But now that our first video is live, it's time for the grand reveal. ...... Ever wondered what powers the brains of the world's most productive people? What defines the cognition of those who’ve accomplished history’s greatest feats — whether it’s Einstein while solving for his Theory of Relativity, Sam Altman coding ChatGPT or Marie Curie conducting her pioneering research on radioactivity? The answer... is Flow State. And let's just say the client I've been working with is no beginner in how to access flow state. The client is Flow Research Collective, and the 8-figure entrepreneur is Rian Doris (who happens to be the new founder of Consulting.com). They're the global leader in peak performance research and training. And having worked with clients at Google, Navy Seals, and F1... And reading 10,000+ research papers on flow state... They've developed a four part system for unlocking insane focus on command, using the flow state. Click here to watch the video, and then comment below what you think! It's a very exciting day for me :) EDIT: Analytics after 20 days attached. Not bad for a first video!
This is GOLD! I've never heard about this company (although I have heard of Steven), but this is exactly what I need now. Consistently getting into a flow state seems to be the last puzzle missing in growing my business to the next level. I went to the website and instantly applied for Zero to Dangerous after watching the video. Thanks for everything you do Andrew!
https://medium.com/accelerated-intelligence/5-hour-rule-if-youre-not-spending-5-hours-per-week-learning-you-re-being-irresponsible-7815c7ce4a3e “Intellectual capital will always trump financial capital.” — Paul Tudor Jones, self-made billionaire entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist Thought I'd share this with everyone because this is exactly what Synthesizer School seeks to help others with (in my understanding). By organizing a waterfall of information in a niche and structuring it into something valuable that people can consume and get results from, we help make learning more efficient for others. The caveat is that many well-intentioned people hide behind reading/learning in order to feel productive without the risk of acting. That's where mentorship and/or following a proven method/course/program is needed.
https://fs.blog/slack/ "DeMarco defines slack as “the degree of freedom required to effect change. Slack is the natural enemy of efficiency and efficiency is the natural enemy of slack.” Elsewhere, he writes: “Slack represents operational capacity sacrificed in the interests of long-term health."" “Slack is the time when reinvention happens. It is time when you are not 100 percent busy doing the operational business of your firm. Slack is the time when you are 0 percent busy. Slack at all levels is necessary to make the organization work effectively and to grow. It is the lubricant of change. Good companies excel in creative use of slack. And bad ones only obsess about removing it.”
I remember Andrew had a post/video showing a tool he uses to upload all the content by someone, that you can then search through to get answers to a specific topic. I got this tool (dexa.ai) sent to me in a newsletter and it's similar. It's the same concept but already has content uploaded, and you can ask it questions. + Convenience - Comprehensiveness Here's a link to an example 'brain': https://dexa.ai/huberman
(Update, the video is getting about 20k views a day now so while the over 10k statement is accurate it's still growing rapidly) Here’s the video btw: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bq-CYdjX5_A There are a couple things that have led up to this moment and as much as I would like to tell you it was an overnight thing it's unfortunately an accumulation of years worth of work. I’m still at the very beginning of my journey and there is still a long way to go which is super exciting to think about. But here’s what’s led to this. I have been making videos for around 10 years, not consistently and only a couple a year, but I have tried a lot, from gaming videos, to finance and comedy and a bunch of other stuff. None of it worked. I just tried to emulate (often poorly) the creators I watched. This is an embarrassing but important first step because I learnt how to edit and tell a story with these very bad videos. I went to film school and studied screenwriting, and became a competent writer and learnt the fundamentals of storytelling, these apply not only to feature length movies but also to Youtube videos and educational content. People resonate with stories, not just straight information. I then got a job as a journalist and video producer and really got to put in the hours writing multiple articles a day and producing, filming and editing a few videos a week for a year. This was miserable and I didn’t like what I was doing but it was great practice to get better and better at these skills. I also had the opportunity to work with and learn from some very experienced and brilliant people which was great and helped with figuring out my vision. I also had the pleasure of working with @Andrew Kirby and his team, and spent a lot of time chatting with @Wiktor Romanowicz which taught me a lot about the content game and contextualised a lot in my mind. I also followed the journey of people like @Hamza Ahmed and analysed the way he and others created content which was the most effective and (very importantly) the most helpful to people so they would stay and absorb the content. And this leads to another important point.
I've been weightlifting as a hobby for almost 10 years now and I love the quiet wisdom in this video. It's visually engaging as well, and it's clear you have experience in what you're teaching as opposed to having just picked it up recently (I'm guessing haha). I have one suggestion, and it may be a bias of mine, but I prefer being able to visually connect with the creators I watch. Just you talking or perhaps performing an exercise could help people engage with your channel more. To me, the goal of videos isn't to get a view as much as it is to get a fan.
Hi, I want to leave my job and go full time on online business by july 2024. As I continue to get a lot of value from the Senthesizers community, I'm going to share my plane with you here, as will as updates during my journey. From today till the end of October 2023: 1. I'll create 50 youtube videos (I have an editor to help me with this. 2. I'll create 150 LinkedIn post and 25 carousels. Starting from November I'll Get 3 paid clients for my coaching package (I'm a certified meaning and purpose practitioner) In feb 2024 I'll get my second wave of coaching clients (I can't coach more than 3 clients at a time as I have a full time job) In April 2024 I'll get the 3rd cohort of coaching clients my be ill be able to increase my prices. In July 2024 I'll aim to get 5 clients and resign from my current job,(that would be a glorious day 😀) During this period I'll continue Posting content once weekly on YouTube and 5-7 times a week on LinkedIn. ....... I'll be sharing monthly updates here in the community. P.S Before i start offering paid coaching I'll work with a few clients for Free to gain testimonials and build connection (if anyone of you is interested I'd be more than happy to give back)
Excited about the virality possibilities for this one. However, I'm not happy with the text in the thumbnail. Any suggestions? I'm thinking to change to something like: - UNMASKED - EXPOSED - TRUE AGENDA - TWO-FACE? Let me know if any of these terms intrigues you more than the other. @Andrew Kirby actually suggested I do a Tate doc after my first post on Steve Jobs. It's like 6-7 months ago now. But thankfully, this man has managed to stay relevant! Any feedback & criticism is greatly appreciated 🙏