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A realisation I had this evening: In any market there is a segment of people that are serious about achieving a transformation. As a result, they consume the content from the person that they believe will most effectively help them achieve the transformation they desire. They don't care about camera quality, titles, thumbnails, storytelling etc. They just care about value of content. Which is why “creating the most valuable content for NICHE to achieve TRANSFORMATION” is an effective strategy for developing an audience. Plus that segment are the ones most likely to pay you for helping them.

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Riyansh Shah
Fedor Shatukho
Moza Liza
Andrew Kirby
Alan Paul
New comment 2h ago
  • 1 like • 17h

    @Dominik Betner I don't agree with the argument here. One key context that's missing here is that Sam Ovens indirectly spent most money than all the other creators he's talking about. Although he did it for his courses, he got his name and face out better than anyone else. He had a killer copy, killer funnels, and killer results. Hence building a strong trust with creators. After all of this, he comes and does YT with a simple iPhone & whiteboard. Here there are 2 factors in play: 1) Shock value that he's very simple on YT 2) Anticipation to listen to what this man that appears everywhere in ads has to say. And to no one's surprise, he delivered killer content on YT too so the audience kept coming back and YT kept pushing. With what Andrew's talking about too, one key thing is he is only counting the audience that he already built trust with. A cold audience that is seeing him for the first time and doesn't trust him yet. What he says is well and good if he wants to just serve the existing audiences that are closest to his signal frequency but I don't think we can get a new batch of the audience to watch us with that strategy. For that, we need killer packaging and storytelling too.

Last year this time, I recorded a voice note talking about how I felt like the Universe was working against me every time I set out to do something. I was on the verge of a mental breakdown. I was going nowhere. My savings from my first startup were depleting and I didn't have any source of income. I had to close down my SMMA in the 2nd half of 2020 due to FB banning all of my ad accounts. I promised myself to never use FB ads again. So I started working with YouTubers to help them make better content. I found one guy in particular that I truly believed could disrupt the space and went all-in with him full-time for no pay just because I am passionate about the creator economy and I wanted to experience working in it. Although we successfully went from 100 subs to 200K+ subs in 15 months and built a very profitable channel, I had to leave the partnership due to some issues. Since I shut down my SMMA, nothing was working for me. Every time I put effort and work hard and achieve something for a YTer, I was never at the receiving end of the benefits of that hard work. I didn't know how all of this would fit in the long run as I just kept doing what I was passionate about. But something in me just wanted me to keep going despite not seeing any immediate benefit...I just told myself if nothing works out just like it was then, I would have at least done what I loved doing. I kept doing permissionless apprenticeships whenever I can. Worked with YTers to grow their channels, and launch digital products, merch, etc...! Little did I know that following my passion in spite of not seeing any immediate benefits is setting me up for a career in the creator economy. I was sad a year ago that the work I was doing is only giving me fun in the short run but not going to benefit me in the long run. I was wrong. I was gaining experience. In 2022 November, I saw Andrew's Content Director hiring post and was shocked to see if really jobs exist in the world that require what I used to do for the YTers(Content Strategy, Titles, Thumbnails, Video ideas, Team assembling and management, Brand deals management, etc...!)

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Wiktor Romanowicz
Callum Rylance
Andrew Kirby
Anthony Vincent Morley
New comment 7h ago

I spent 10 months gaining 70 subs. Then one of my vids got some traction (120k+ views) and lots of crazy stuff has happened. I made $1.2k+ from affiliate links (that I didn’t add till 100k views 😩) I’ve finally be accepted into the YouTube partner program (after 2 months of problems) I got a job offer from the guy whose breathwork course I reviewed. And I’m going to be apart of a breathwork brainwave study in Cambridge! Plus I got a ton of free courses (about £1k worth!) Crazy times. I wouldn’t have kept going without the knowledge and support from this community. Appreciate you all.

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Owen Sheasby
Andrew Kirby
Lucas Cuervo
Nivas K
Callum Rylance
New comment 12h ago

I want to share my recent win with you, guys. I can't share the numbers because everyone from the internet can see them. However, I can leave some hints. My side project pays me slightly more than my main one. So, I managed x2 my income this month, and 10k/monthly through content creation became much closer. Some of the ideas that helped me to do it: 1. I went for Permissionless apprenticeship. For the first 40 days I contributed without asking for money because I wanted to see how many load I can carry before I create an invoice. 2. I specialized in a Niche with rich people. As @Andrew Kirby pointed out, why work with those who can't pay much when you can collaborate with those who can. The amount of content creation input is the same, the output is disproportional. I specialize in the tech niche. People here are wealthy and not many content creators can dig deep enough, so the supply is low. A perfect combo. 3. I forwent my Telegram channel and focused on providing value for those who can pay. And it worked. 4. Serendipity worked in my favor. I took part in several non-profit projects, did a lot of networking and made content that didn't pay off immediately. All those factors lead me to the client I now work for. So it's always a good idea to work consistenty and not ask for favors. You never know how all the things in an interconnected world will play out. 5. I read a Never Split the Difference. This book helped me to increase my income x4 this year. Incredible advice, thanks to @Corey Bennett Boardman for die hard promoting it. 6. And of course I got insipred by this community and @Andrew Kirby himself. Thank you for guidance and breaking beliefs that don't serve us.

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Benedek Santa
Fedor Shatukho
Corey Bennett Boardman
Anthony Vincent Morley
Shivam Jha
New comment 22h ago

I started consuming his content recently. Sometimes I am blown away by the clarity of his thought and the way he communicates. Sometimes I don't know what to make of a few things he says probably because I don't have the experience he has on the said topics. So I got to wondering what other synthesizers think of him to know what other perspectives are around him. What are your thoughts on Andrew Tate?

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Nivas K
Owen Sheasby
Andrew Kirby
Tristram Samoa
Griffin A. Hamilton
New comment 4d ago
  • 1 like • Dec '22

    @David Hurley He is apparently providing very generic advice inside his university. But he has respect in my books about it because at least he's not charging $1000s for like most fake gurus do.

  • 1 like • Dec '22

    @David Hurley No yeah, long time fan of Coffee here. Watched it. Thanks for recommending that interview. Will check it out.

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Hi Synthfam, This video will give you an edge on Chat GPT and use it to the best of Humankind 🤖https://chat.openai.com

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Nivas K
Gavin Tai
Corey Bennett Boardman
Alan Paul
New comment 12d ago
  • 1 like • 24d

    Can you summarize or give an overview of the video?

Hey awesome people ❤️ I reached 5k connections last week And just wanted to celebrate with you 🎉 https://www.linkedin.com/posts/salimalbitar_linkedinfamily-web3-activity-6991835068314861568-8xOy?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_android

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Ragul M.d
Fedor Shatukho
Owen Sheasby
Lucas Cuervo
New comment 14d ago
  • 2 likes • Nov '22

    Sheesh that's impressive! Good job.

I have a TG channel of 700+ people and I made them network with each other one-on-one. They greatly enjoyed the experiment. Here's how I did it: 1. I collect the contacts of those willing to network via Google Forms 2. Create pairs 3. Send to each of the participants their partner's contacts We can do the same. If you want to learn from your peers or just have a great time talking to like-minded folks willing to communicate with you, fill out this form and I'll do the rest. A new friend every week. Not bad, isn't it? Just tell a little bit about yourself. Here's the link to a Google Form: https://forms.gle/Bu6g8Z1mBbhMJz136

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Nivas K
Fedor Shatukho
Owen Sheasby
Marco Saviori
Martin Lilly
New comment 15d ago
  • 4 likes • Nov '22

    Haha, cool idea Fedor! Sounds more like a blind date-matching concept but applied to like-minded people. Why not? Let's do it!

  • 2 likes • Nov '22

    @Fedor Shatukho Let's goo!

If you are a podcaster and want to discuss about it, ping me :) (It's my first post, I'm testing how this works)

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Nivas K
Aleix Torres
Owen Sheasby
New comment 16d ago

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After the Saturday call where @Andrew Kirby talked a bit about how to pick a niche, I decided which one I want to pick I'll help successful YouTubers expand their audience by building their personal brand on Twitter As I'm starting out as a ghostwriter, I'd love to work with some of you for free in exchange for a testimonial My work for you will consist in: - Using your shorts as tweets - Turning your long-form videos into threads and their best moments into tweets - Leading your new audience to your channel (+ views and + subscribers) If you're a creator on YouTube with +10k subscribers and are interested in expanding to other platforms and growing your audience, feel free to hit me in DMs

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Nivas K
Lola Mure
Griffin A. Hamilton
Paul Masters
Soo Young Lee
New comment 21d ago
  • 2 likes • Dec '22

    I would start doing it with Andrew Kirby and summarize his shorts or whatever you want to do. Do this enough times for enough people. Once they post your stuff, you'll have a portfolio to show when you go to someone else.

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    @Lola Mure Good to hear you're already doing this. Atb.

We always hear successful people say "Think Long-Term. Think about the next 10 years. Build for the next 30 years." Yada yada yada! Yeah, it's all well and good but young guns who are between 18-28 like me can't really do that easily. And I think I know why. Recently I was reading something and planning my moves for the next 10 years when I realized I am 22 & 10 years is almost half of my life on this planet. Half of my life feels like an eternity. Yet the older I get the faster time is passing. I realized, from my perspective, 10 years is seeming like an eternity to plan for...To work hard for...To save money and to stay disciplined for... But when I am 50-60 years old, 10 years is just 15%-20% of my life. This made me understand why young people can't really think long-term. For someone who is 18 and just graduated high school, thinking 10 years ahead is like asking him to prepare for more than half of how long he lived so far. But the older you get, and the more you live, the quicker you realize 10 years is nothing. Yet keeping your head down and working for 10 years will put you ahead of 99% of the population. Planning properly and working for what feels like an eternity at this age will give me freedom for the rest of my life is what I am telling myself now. Thanks for reading. As you were.

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Fabrizio Portone
Andrew Kirby
Tamás Tukszár
Christoph Watson
Rafał Sienkiewicz
New comment 21d ago
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    @Corey Bennett Boardman Damn that's a very interesting article. Thanks for sharing. I think I just find comfort in knowing my current actions align with a long term goal although next minute is not guaranteed lol I'll remember the 10-10-10 rule from now on, thank you.

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    @Tamás Tukszár The last point you mentioned sounds like a post-crisis clarity 😂 Love it. Thank you for your comment.

To celebrate 4,200 members I'll be doing a Q n A episode for the Synthesizer Podcast! I will be recording TOMORROW, so if you have any questions, drop a comment below or DM me asap.

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Nivas K
Wiktor Romanowicz
Christian Vandaos
Griffin A. Hamilton
Matt Jez
New comment 21d ago
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    @Fedor Shatukho What's CAN? 👀

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    @Fedor Shatukho 😂 Ok

Thanks for adding Andrew, Glad to be part of the Synthesizer community! Happy new year everyone🔥

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Nivas K
Corey Bennett Boardman
Fedor Shatukho
Christian Vandaos
Brinley Rebstein
New comment 22d ago
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    Welcome to the community Brinley!

CTR is 5.8% AVD is 3min 5sec Is likely that a video with these stats can go viral. What can I change about the thumbnail and title to improve CTR? VIDEO LINK: https://youtu.be/jgmfnBED-z0 Which title is best

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Nivas K
Lendon Bracewell
Joseph Chandler
Ankush Mittal
New comment 22d ago
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    I think the CTR should come up to 10%. Title ideas: 1) Chat GPT Just KILLED VFX Artists (Not sure if Killed can be used. Afaik, it can be) 2) That's it. VFX Artists are DOOMED! (Can test with the word OBSOLETE) In the thumbnail, I would change the year from 2014 to 2020 and remove the AE logo. That "VisionaryFire.com" on the video is really putting my watching experience off.

Is there a place to get feedback on my youtube title and thumbnails?

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Oliver El-Gorr
Nivas K
New comment 23d ago

This post teaches you how a CEO worth $150M thinks about Sales. QUICK BACKGROUND In 2019/2020, I worked at one of Toronto's fastest growing software startups. Zoom and Shopify are clients. Company was just valued at $1.2B. (65X valuation...) Head of Sales was 26 and had already sold two companies. CEO was 33, and had also sold a few companies. It was an amazing environment. I booked multiple 1:1 meetings with the CEO to find out what he knew that I didn't. Here's what he taught me about improving my response rate and sales. CLARITY/BE CONCISE & THE NEWSPAPER METAPHOR You have to get right to the point and indicate how you're going to bring some clear-tangible value. His exact words were 'imagine every word you write is incredibly expensive and you are incredibly cheap.' His metaphor was this: Think about sales through a newspaper metaphor: - The more senior someone is in an organization, the more they just communicate and understand headlines; they only understand and will only listen to the 8 words that are the highlight of today’s story, - The more junior someone is in an organization, the more they front load information in huge text bodies and paragraphs. They’ll give you all this information and then end with the headline, - Senior people, if they open an e-mail, and see something that extends beyond a couple lines––they’ll just ignore it immediately. Complete default ignore. - If you can craft a picture of the e-mail being really tight, really small, it’s more likely to be opened and responded too and it’s a sign of respect––you’re not taking time away from them. For me specifically, the sweet spot is 70-125 words. Any longer is playing with fire. I booked meetings with CEOs of big companies with 70 word emails. VALUE You must bring Value. But wait, what actually is Value? It's a buzz word that gets tossed around a lot in the sales/entrepreneur world and since I like asking stupid obvious questions, I asked him: What does Value actually mean to you? His exact words:

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Nivas K
Merin Ap Martin
Markus Laczko
New comment 24d ago
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    I guess I am an old man coz I couldn't get myself to read more than half of this article 😂

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    Jk. Loved the mini interview. Welcome to the group.

I've found a web page that shows a curated list of the best commencement speeches from Elon, Steve Jobs, Oprah, etc. I'll share it here in cased anyone is interested to dive into that rabbit hole

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Andrew Kirby
Nivas K
New comment 25d ago
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    Nice place to synthesize content from

Hey people, so I finally uploaded my first video. It is pretty raw footage, as I've only cut a little piece out, because I just went silent for a while haha. This idea I had just after I woke up in my meditation a few days ago, and I didn't take much time to prepare. I just went for it and shot it. I have a new idea that I want to work on, and I'm curious if you have some feedback for me. For the next video I'll probably do a little more planning in advance and maybe work on some editing? I thought that maybe people would like these story type video's, but I have also seen beautiful video's with stock footage in between and text on screen that might be able to fit in my idea of my potential niche as well. Please let me know, it is not much work, but I think it is an honest first step :)

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Wiktor Romanowicz
Christian Vandaos
Nivas K
Corey Bennett Boardman
Tarik Tekeli
New comment Oct '22
  • 3 likes • Oct '22

    Congrats on your first. Inspiring!

#1.2. How To Create Your First Piece Of Content After seeing @Liam Kircher take action after I challenged him to create content, I've decided to challenge every single person in this community who hasn't created their first piece of content yet. Make your way to the "How To Create Your First Piece Of Content" lesson in the classroom. You have until Sunday at 11:59 pm. Comment on this post for your public declaration. We have lots of people in the community that have been creating content for years now, and if that's you then congrats. You can sit this one out.

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Amrin A
Robert Yodka
Dominik Major
Andrew Kirby
Benedek Santa
New comment Aug '22
  • 2 likes • Dec '21

    Uploaded 19 videos so far (15 in one channel and 4 in another). Will make it 20 before the deadline.

Most of my 600,000 subscribers on YouTube came from my videos about Stoicism, Productivity, Personal-Development, and Dopamine Detoxing. These people are young men with a dream. They want money, status, a good body, and female validation. They watch Hamza, Andrew Tate, and now Iman Gadzhi. They are addicted to instant gratification, but have started fighting back. They've started going to the gym. They've started meditating, but can't seem to keep the habit. As much as I love talking about those topics, I found myself more in love with the art of Synthesizing how to play the Great Online Game. That's when where the Synthesizer community comes in. These people are actively trying to create a lucrative career playing the Great Online Game. They want to find something they love to do that pays them well. They want to help people similar to them solve problems they've suffered with. They like Naval Ravikant, and Alex Hormozi. They are a very different group of people compared to my audience on YouTube. So here's the question... - Should I create for my old audience, or my new audience? If I create for my YouTube audience, I'm talking about topics I'm less passionate about. If I create for my Synthesizer audience, I'm talking about topics I'm more interested in, BUT I'm sacrificing a lot of work I put in earlier.

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Yan F
Fedor Shatukho
Hannah Weaver
C Papas
Siebren de Vos
New comment Dec '22
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    Your YouTube audience is not much different from the synthesizing audience. As in, they are in the beginning stages of their journey while the synthesizers are a few steps ahead. It's a very personal choice on which stage of the journey of your audience you want to serve if you have to serve only one. Maybe monthly once educating the people in their beginner journeys while actively making content for people at synthesizing stage? Having said that here's my favorite lesson from "God Friended Me": Old people leave to make way for the new people you are supposed to reach, who are ready for your new message.

Hello guys:) I can see many people owning a YouTube channel here in our SYNTHESIZER SCHOOL community:) That's awesome ;) But some don't also mention it in their profile/ doesn't share it with others about their channel/the content they post even though they post great content. I wish to be that person who's trying to help people get what they deserve on the internet. I'd request you to fill the form below and post it in the comments ASAP! 1. CHANNEL NAME~ 2. CHANNEL LINK~ 3. ABOUT YOU/CHANNEL~ 4. FUTURE GOALS~ I would like to get to know all of your YouTube channels here below. So, please do copy and past your channel link / let us know your channel name. (It just takes few seconds in doing so) People who're watching and me myself would find value through your valuable YT channels.. as well as you can get suggestions/ideas from people directly though the comments:)

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Ragul M.d
Merin Ap Martin
Owen Sheasby
New comment Dec '22
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    Ragul you're killing it with your posts man! Very engaging! Keep the good work.

My first ever livestream is today, and you're invited! AGENDA: - My latest thoughts around audience growth, and content systems - The impact of AI on Content Creation - The crazy tactic Iman Gadzhi used to blow up - The Synthesizer Movement - My work with James Jani, Sam Ovens, and Naval Ravikant - We'll share content we've found that's valuable. I can even read/react to some - My 13 step plan to go from $0 → $10,000/month - Answer any questions I see in the livestream chat - Do some 'hotseat'. Where a viewer volunteers to get unmuted, states their Goal, and their biggest Problem and I try to help them solve their problem (with the Chat's help). Similar to Ask Gary Vee or Dave Ramsey - Play one game of chess against a viewer (to prep for tomorrow's Chess tournament). Similar to Eric Rosen. LINK TO JOIN CHESS TOURNAMENT: https://lichess.org/tournament/YOdarBpa STARTS AT 1PM EST 4th DEC Please RSVP with a gif if you're planning on coming. And if you have any other ideas for the livestream, let me know. Should be fun :)

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Yan F
Cornelius O.
Merin Ap Martin
C Papas
Mohammed Hammed
New comment Dec '22

Hey Synthesizers , i don't know if this is the right place to share this , but today is 1 year without gambling , i was dealing with a serious issue and a life wrecking addiction , i blew more than a 100k lifelessly gambling my soul to the devil , and i am so glad to get over it , Sorry for giving you a trip on my sob story . If anyone is struggling with a gambling addiction , my dms are open if you have a question or post in the comments. Ps: Recovery of russel brand was one hell of a help during my dark moments.

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Lola Mure
Moza Liza
Philippe Schoenmakers
Nivas K
Corey Bennett Boardman
New comment Dec '22
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    Hey Liza! Love that. Your story is inspirational. You got this. Keep going.

1) What is a book that you will keep re-reading your whole life and that you suggest to everyone else? 2) What is the book about and how did it help you? Please comment below with your answers to the 2 questions above and spread the word about your favorite book.

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Ragul M.d
Corey Bennett Boardman
Gavin Tai
Gabriela Toderean
Korey Samuelson
New comment Dec '22
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    @Matthias Dörtzbach I remember starting this book a few years ago. Never got past chapter 1. Thanks for recommending it. Will add to my wishlist.

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    @Matthias Dörtzbach Do you have any notes you took from that book?

Hello fellow synthesizers. I have a question! How do you do your scripts for your youtube videos? And how do you start from an idea to video? Anyone having a cool notion setup for this I would love to hear your ideas! ✨✨🚀

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Christina Westergaard Larsen
Fedor Shatukho
Andrew Kirby
Nivas K
Ross Sinclair
New comment Dec '22
  • 4 likes • Nov '22

    When I come up with an idea, I already will have an outline of the content I want to convey. Writing a script is me trying to put it in the most attractive way possible. A framework I am currently using: Hook, Build Up, Develop, Deliver, and Direct to another video. I saw this somewhere on here and it is pretty good: “Really work on story/change. Start the video with the question/why the viewer is there (reinforce the title), work through it, and then there’s a change at the end. It seems so basic, but it’s so effective. I always think of ABDCE. This means, Action (hook), Background (build), Development (journey), Climax (climax), End(what we’ve learned, AND wrap it up quickly because people are clicking off) Think about what makes, you, and lean into that. I follow people that are action-packed, people that move at a snail’s pace, and everyone else in between. But those people lean into their specialness. Then the algorithm finds viewers that fit. But no matter the style, the best creators seem to follow story structure. We humans can’t get enough lol. Even great strict utility videos have it. The problem, How to, Fix it, Fixed!” Credits to whoever I stole it from. I think it's @Owen Sheasby :p P.S: For a long time, I just worked in a way where we make bullet points instead of a script and then freestyle it based on those bullet points. Only recently started writing full-on scripts. So please take my advice with a pinch of salt.

  • 1 like • Dec '22

    @Siebren de Vos Love that bro.

Might seem unrelated, but this week @Andrew Kirby will be running a chess tourney to celebrate 4k members! - I think a lot of people are in my position, "how tf do you play chess to a good level? in such little time" So I found this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCSbzArwB10 On 2x speed, I've managed to pick up the basics and already understand some core rules. I would highly recommend you learn it too and be a part of the community, this fun networking can lead to all sorts of growth outcomes... Who knows, your chess opponent may one day be your business partner! P.S - If you have other resources to share on learning chess or tips, comment/link down below ⬇️

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Owen Sheasby
Martin Lilly
Fedor Shatukho
Yan F
New comment Dec '22
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    Love Gotham. Best guy to learn from.

******** UPDATE ********** I finally hit the 1K mark 😆 **************************** I recently went on a 2 week trip to Peru. I was in the jungle, so had no phone service. When I returned to civilisation, my most recent vid had got some decent traction (it now has 22k+ views) I went from 70 subs to almost 700 subs as of now. The guy who made the breathwork course (Niraj Naik - SOMA breath) I reviewed reached out and gave me his personal WhatsApp to chat (he’s friends with Wim hoff!) He then gave me free membership to his advanced breathwork community! (Usually $247 per year!) And if that wasn’t enough, he shared my work with vishen lakhiani (the founder of mindvalley!) who might share it on mindvalley’s instagram account 😆 (screenshot attached). What a ride 😅 Let’s aim for 700 to 7K next time 🙏🏼 You can watch the video responsible for all this here. https://youtu.be/hsfK_7GWcXo

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Owen Sheasby
Christina Westergaard Larsen
Corey Bennett Boardman
Christian Vandaos
Callum Rylance
New comment Nov '22
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    Bro just watched the video. Loved It! Amazing work dude. You deserve every sub you got. Would love to chat with you sometime. GG. Keep going, bro! You got serious potential. Subbed.

Hey guys Ritwik here from India. Have been following kirby for some time and the self-improvement space in general for quite some time. This has led me to open up my own Growth Hacking and Performance Marketing Agency in the past 1.5-2 Years and we have added more than $5 Million in value to our clients. I have realized that there is a MAJOR opportunity which exists today, which is the content creation space. I believe it in my heart that it can make me and the people I care about who might join me in this journey - Billionaires. That is the AIM! I wanted to understand from you guys - Especially if you have been doing youtube - what are some of the best resources to consume before I get started. I know the first step would be me just starting to push out content but would love to be methodical here and do it right from day 1. So any suggestions, courses, videos etc. which I can consume about simple things like copywriting, scripting, thumbnails, how to improve RPMs(since I am in India very low here - some hacks to improve that) etc. etc. Would really appreciate it :) Also any help required for marketing & advertising your products, courses etc. I am willing to help, cheers!

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Gabriela Toderean
Ritwik Ahlawat
Nivas K
Andrew Kirby
Benedek Santa
New comment Nov '22
  • 1 like • Nov '22

    @Ritwik Ahlawat The way you understand the game is by playing it. Start, then learn.

According to Gary Vee documenting your journey is the best form of content creation! So here I'm sharing my weekly vlog, my way of documenting my college life! What's your idea of documenting your Journey?? Do let me know!

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Sneha R
Lendon Bracewell
Michael Hodges
Mahdi Badjelmane
New comment Nov '22
  • 2 likes • Nov '22

    Well done. Keep going!

How often do you declutter/ organize things around you? Well it's rightly said, "our of sight, out of mind" ; more the things like around, more likely it is to distract us and impair our ability to focus. It's extremely essential to declutter in order to focus, not just physical decluttering but it's even more important to get rid of the mental clutter!!

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Nivas K
Michael Hodges
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    I don't know if it's just me but once I start using PC, I don't really get distracted at all by my surroundings in anyway. I use brain.fm for the bgm and just get going. I forget that there exists a world outside of the laptop until I am done with my work. My point is, even if things are clustered around me, they don't really tend to distract me from what I do. But again, I keep the laptop in a minimalistic way and everything inside is perfectly organized. So who knows...

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Hyderabad • INTJ

I grow brands.

Member since Nov 29, 2021

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