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Gumroad, the popular platform for creators, has just released a game-changing feature: Purchase Parity Pricing. I can't begin to tell you how much warmth this brings to my heart. I remember countless times looking at the creators I love and going to their products page just to find them asking 3 months of our average salary for their digital product, and becoming so sad that I couldn't afford it then. I've had experiences where people laughed me out of discovery calls when I said the price they are asking is 6 months' income for a family. I've had people block me when they came to know I was from India because I won't be able to afford their "high ticket" offers. This feature is not only about pricing. It's about recognizing the existence of developing countries. It's about telling us that we are also important in the digital economy. It's about acknowledging that the creators really care about transforming lives, not just their profits. Huge W Gumroad. I am uncontrollably excited to see which all creators start using this feature and also adapt the PPP policy principle on their personal websites too.

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Owen Sheasby
Nivas K
Griffin A. Hamilton
Christian Vandaos
Lucas Cuervo
New comment 57m ago

I love masterminds. The best phases of my life have all been after I joined a mastermind. . - It was a mastermind that encouraged me to upload my first YouTube video (Only God knows where I’d be now if I hadn’t). - It was a mastermind that embedded in me the principles needed to grow my YouTube channel to 600,000+ subs. - And it was a mastermind that helped me how to grow from $2,000/month to $30,000/month in six months. And then later brought me all the way to financial freedom (peak $100,000/month). (I talk about these masterminds in this, and this video.) . It seems that whenever I join a good mastermind, my life has a severe upgrade. I’m not 100% sure why masterminds are so effective for me. But whatever the answer, but one thing has always been clear to me: When the time is right, I need to start a mastermind. And now is that time. . Introducing: SYNTHESIZER UNIVERSITY. Entry requirements: - You are a Consultant earning $10,000+/month - Or an Educational Content Creator with 10,000+ subscribers/followers (If you don't meet these requirements, sorry. Please read message below.) . Synthesizer University is a mastermind to help you: - Magnify your impact - Grow a large loyal audience (loosely defined at 100,000+ Subscribers/followers) - Reach Financial Freedom quicker (loosely defined as $1m cash) - And to help you build something beautiful… The internet is the canvas. You are the artist. Let's paint something magical. - By mastering the new META for the Great Online Game (the game you’re playing) . THE NEW META - The Synthesizer Model:

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Fedor Shatukho
Andrew Kirby
Korey Samuelson
Matt Usher
James Driscoll
New comment 1h ago
  • 4 likes • Aug '22

    Sounds great. I don’t currently meet the requirements but this is just another incentive to provide value and scale.

  • 2 likes • Aug '22

    @Jeff Harrison definitely. Thanks for your support. Good luck to you too

After doing the exercise @Andrew Kirby recommend to us in this post, I discovered that this community is one of the places where most of my niche hang out So please, I'd love to know, what are your biggest struggles/obstacles related to audience building? 👀

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Andrew Kirby
Gabriela Toderean
Lola Mure
Owen Sheasby
Fedor Shatukho
New comment 1h ago
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    @Gabriela Toderean maybe you should pay someone to do it then if a good video will result in more conversions and sales that would justify the cost of an editor. thoughts?

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    @Gabriela Toderean awesome! I hope it goes well

Today we've had a 2 hour-long call with @Corey Bennett Boardman and I want to share my insights from our conversation: 1. Embracing uncertainty and contradictions is helpful if we want to move forward. The world is unpredictable, complex, contradictory, ugly and beautiful at the same time. Two opposite ideas can be true simultaneously. Complexity of the world, humanity and our own consciousness is a part of human experience. 2. If you are a true egoist, you care about others. Serving people is the best way to help yourself. It reduces anxiety, raises your status in the group, makes you a better person and the goodwill inevitably returns in the long run. 3. Seeing the truth is painful. Telling people the truth is painful. When we break a belief a part of ours dies. It's importrant to remember that we are not our beliefs, we just carry them. Don't get attached and embrace change. 4. As Western people we're disconnected by default. Loneliness and isolation leads to a wide range of disorders and complications. Joining a community and actively engaging is good a way to break this unhealthy trend. It's great to have meaninful conversations with people from this community and I recommend you all have this kind of talks from time to time.

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Fedor Shatukho
Wiktor Romanowicz
Yan F
Owen Sheasby
New comment 2h ago
  • 2 likes • 8d

    @Wiktor Romanowicz can you drop the link? we are here for you wiktor 😀

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    @Wiktor Romanowicz thanks

@Bru Capellà has now reached 100,000 Subscribers on his YouTube channel. To emphasise how crazy this is I've attached a picture of 100,000 people. He creates content about masculinity in the Spanish speaking market. Here's his channel. I met Bru when he joined my mastermind Synthesizer University. He had been creating content for three years and was at around 40,000 subscribers. Since joining he's blown up to 100,000 subscribers in just 4 months. And he cracked 1,000,000 views in a month for three months in a row! But I really can't take credit. Bru is wildly driven, hard-working, and understands his niche incredibly well. And @Bru Capellà I want to speak directly to you. This is just the beginning for you. You are destined for greatness. And you're in the perfect vehicle to make that destiny a reality. Keep working 💪 So once, again, a huge congrats to Bru! And a firework GIF to celebrate

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Ted Carr
Stephen G. Pope
Marcell Skorka
Owen Sheasby
Charlie Lyons
New comment 2h ago
  • 1 like • 3h

    great work Bru! I'm sure we'll be seeing more of these type posts in the future

**UPDATE 3: Here's a little video tutorial I made: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCyzy00R7Rg** **UPDATE 2: Added video to the same workflow, example here: https://youtu.be/QVRS_33SyyY ** **UPDATE - I've now gotten the workflow down to having the podcast on all podcast platforms 30 MINUTES after finishing recording an episode! Also upgraded the audio quality** Hey! First of all, this is not an advert. I have nothing to do with the company that makes the device I'm talking about, I won't even link to it to avoid it seeming like an official endorsement. I also think the device is shitty in many ways... but.... also awesome. tl;dr - You can make a podcast without software or an editor and reduce your workflow to ALMOST real-time This is a great production method for podcasts and requires no editing because everything is edited in "real-time" using a device called the "Rodecaster Pro 2" (you'll find it on your country's amazon store). The Rodecaster Pro 2 can record everything you need to create a podcast onto the device itself, no need for editing software or anyone to help you. It ends up sounding a bit more like a radio show, or a twitch stream but my audience has been loving the results. Here's an example of how the final product sounds (you can listen on any podcasting software you like) https://howtobusiness.substack.com/p/02-a-new-concept-that-will-make-you#details I record every single thing you heard on that episode using the Rodecaster, then I upload it directly to Substack for distribution. I've had a "Top 10 in my niche" podcast in the past which used traditional methods but this is FAR easier. It used to take days to go from recording to upload, now it's immediate. You can use the Rodecaster to bring guests on using any call software you like, it's super easy! Honestly, this thing is a game-changer.

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Sean Logan
Martin Lilly
Jonathan Courtney
Kevin Mullaney
Owen Sheasby
New comment 2h ago
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    @Callum Rylance might be a good idea. @Jonathan Courtney how does it work? Do you add an intro or music you want to use at the beginning and it automatically attaches it?

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    @Jonathan Courtney interesting. thanks

@Owen Sheasby @Benedek Santa @Fedor Shatukho synthesizers assemble We need to figure out dates and location. Everything else can follow. Soon as we have 5 lads and ladies confirmed - I'll book my tickets and calendar.

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Shivam Jha
Fedor Shatukho
Gabriela Toderean
Nivas K
Owen Sheasby
New comment 3h ago
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    https://www.kayak.com/travel-restrictions? btw indonesia is one of the 11 countries that still won't let you in unless you're fully covid jabbed. what counts as fully jabbed is different depending on the country. just a heads up.

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    @Nivas K no problem

I put a tweet out with a clip of Akira the Don talking about which person on Meaningwave has the most plays. Jordan Peterson was the highest on YouTube but the Jocko records are consistently topping the charts on Spotify (probably the gym lads). The top 3 records at the time all had 'discipline' in the title. I posted the clip to YouTube and Instagram and it was short enough to be on twitter so I posted it there too. I opened twitter for the first time in a few days and saw I have 12 notifications. Hmm that's more than usual I thought. Then I see Jocko has quoted my tweet and the video has 100k+ views. I was shaking. I only got 15 likes in the end lol (most views came from Jocko's feed. He has 750k+ followers) As they say, every piece of content is like a lottery ticket. As always likes (or views) ain't cash, but still cool. Jocko pod soon? 👀

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Zein Fayyad
Fedor Shatukho
Corey Bennett Boardman
Wiktor Romanowicz
Owen Sheasby
New comment 4h ago

#32: Callum Rylance - Ayahuasca, Spirituality & The Carnivore Diet Really enjoyed this one thanks for coming on @Callum Rylance He used to smoke weed every day and party hard on the weekends. He has made a lot of progress on improving his life using tools such as breathwork, diet, meditation and psychedelics. He has also found success with the carnivore diet. We also discussed his recent YouTube success and how he was able to by a house at 22 YouTube Spotify Apple Podcasts All Links

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Owen Sheasby
New comment 4h ago
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    @Corey Bennett Boardman 😁 I spent too long editing that intro

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    @Corey Bennett Boardman thanks 🙏 it is now an asset that i will be utilising often

Everybody knows that reading is a top 1% habit but barely anyone reads. Those who do read, take months to finish 1 book and usually remember nothing. I know, controversial title but it's all true. I don't really know how to use this platform yet but I'll link a photo or just checkout my IG @daichi.au I've been tearing through books recently because I cracked the code. The code? Remember 99% of what you consume, read booking in less than a day and never paying for books again. Check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zim7D0zpnps PS. At least try my recommendations for yourself before you kick it. No action = no change. Daichi

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Anthony Vincent Morley
Daichi Toomey
Caroline Betz
Owen Sheasby
New comment 4h ago
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    rented jet? or owned?

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    @Daichi Toomey I was going to say, a 20 y/o owning a jet that would be insane. I'm sure you'll reach that level if you want to. what made you think it was worth it?

This is a message for Consultants. Specifically someone who sells coaching or a course to help people solve their problems. In 2022 I: - Spent two days in LA with Sam Ovens (on track to become billionaire) - Spoke with Alex Hormozi ($200m/year portfolio) - Spoke (and worked) with MrBeast (130m subscribers) - Spoke with Cole Gordon ($2,000,000/month) - Met Bas Slot in Lisbon twice ($1,000,000/month) My conclusion after all of this was simple: This industry is changing… The smartest people have noticed, and are already taking advantage of this shift. Everyone else will be left behind. Watch these clips (5-10 mins) to spot the shift. - Clip from Sam Ovens - Tweet from Alex Hormozi - Another tweet from Alex Hormozi - Clip from Cole Gordon (making $2m/m+) - Clip from All In Podcast (all four are Billionaires) - Clip from Alex Hormozi Watch those clips before reading on. They're short. Here's how I see things changing: - Direct Response → Brand - Ads → Content - Selling → Giving And to me, this is a GREAT SHIFT. Thank fuck this industry is FINALLY maturing. It's no longer enough to have flashy marketing and great sales skills. You have to build a brand. Over the past few months I’ve hinted at this shift quite a few times, and how I've used it to make $100,000/month profit (and sometimes even $90,000 in a day). I've made a: - 33 minute Loom video explaining this new model - 21 minute Loom video explaining how I got 600,000 subscribers using this model - Free course explaining how to build a great community - Loom video I sent to Alex Hormozi about using trends to grow an audience when he asked me to help him grow his YouTube - Notion page explaining the lessons I learned about YouTube growth from speaking with MrBeast - Google Doc explaining the content system that grows your audience in just two hours per week

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Nolan Ronayne
Corey Bennett Boardman
Devin Zander
Marco Keys
Steven Shea
New comment 10h ago

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
Christian Vandaos
Gabriela Toderean
Corey Bennett Boardman
New comment 16h ago
  • 3 likes • Dec '22

    @Christina Westergaard Larsen Script: I make a rough script. bullet points. if it is a part of the video with lots of important scientific detail that I want to get right I do a tighter script. I don't read the script while recording. Read the script before, then record. I find this makes it more natural than trying to remember every word. It doesn't have to match, just convey the same information. You can always chop it or rerecord it. Idea -> Video: As @Matt Jez said, lots of ideas helps you find good ones. If I get an idea I write it down on Notion even if its loosely formed or I don't think its that good. this often prompts new ideas and I have a flood at once. I find my best ideas are when I happen to be talking with my brother about YouTube or just chilling. I don't sit down and force myself to think of ideas. A thing I got from JK Molina was look at what works in other niches and try it in yours e.g. science based videos, challenges etc. if done effectively it can bring something completely new to your niche that people have never seen before and love. I then look through my ideas and see which ones I am excited about, and that I think will do well. I look to see what other videos have been made on the topic. I also ask people (my brother and fellow synthesisers) what they think of the idea and potential title. I usually offer my top 5 favourite ones and see what they think. Some of my most viewed videos were ones where there wasn't many good videos about those topics on YouTube. I also check to see if there is actually enough information that I can synthesise into a video (this is rarely an issue only on some topics where the science is extremely limited). Next I make rough bullet points about the video. I focus a good amount of time on the intro and getting that really good. If it is a highly researched video I often make parts of the video in little modules and then put them together later. An idea developed from Hayden Hillier-Smith: If you are not feeling very creative or motivated, focus on your favourite part of the video to make/ edit. If you are feeling good maybe try and get the harder/ more monotonous parts done.

Hello! Welcome to the Synthesizer Skool. The goal of this skool is to help Educational Content Creators and Consultants reach Financial Freedom by mastering the META for the Great Online Game - Synthesizing. Start by checking out these links - Classroom - Roadmap - Mission - Resources - Impact, Income, Fun - University - Work with Andrew To kick things off, please comment below introducing yourself. Let us know: 1. Your name 2. What project you're currently focused on See you in the comments!

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Michael Ye
Andrew Kirby
Jake Liddell
James Gamet
Devin Zander
New comment 23h ago
  • 1 like • Nov '22

    @Tarik Tekeli 🤙 will I be seeing you at the meeting?

  • 1 like • Nov '22

    @Tarik Tekeli awesome

Hello everyone, I posted this video 3 weeks ago and it received some backlash (mainly from the philosophy subreddit). I made the claim the David Goggins is the greatest philosopher of our time. I was so captivated by his story and saw that he was much more than a motivational speaker or athlete. The people who sent the backlash didn't even consider David to be a philosopher, let alone the greatest. They even removed my post from the subreddit because of how much they hated it. My reply to them was that yes, he is definitely not a philosopher in the modern sense: an intellectual who contributes to one or more branches of philosophy, but definitely in the classic definition: A lover of wisdom or a person who chases truth relentlessly. He reaches beyond the point of suffering and gains some crazy wisdom from it. After a while however, I started to see their point. Yes, David can be called a philosopher in the classic sense, but I was comparing him to philosophers in the modern sense (Nietzsche, Marcus Aurelius, Seneca). I also didn't really have any solid metrics to back up my claim, which makes it kind of a woo-woo claim. From this experience, I learned that: 1. I should thoroughly do my research and play devils advocate before releasing anything to the public, especially when I make such a grand claim. 2. I should make the uncertainties clear in the video and explain them more. 3. I should avoid any woo-woo type of claims/thinking especially when it comes to philosophy or science. Not just for my reputation, but for my own sake as well. I now consider this a rookie mistake and will learn from it. I want to know what you guys think! Welcoming any feedback/constructive criticism.

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Charlie Solazzo
Cotton Sam
Stefan Trisic
Owen Sheasby
Martin Lilly
New comment 2d ago
  • 3 likes • Aug '22

    As everyone else has said, I think they need to be more open minded. With 8 billion people there will definitley be ones who don’t like what you do

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    @Callum Rylance that last sentence 💀😂 first the vegans and now the philosopher subredditors

@Raphael Mayr @Cotton Sam @Callum Rylance This took a bit of planning but we made it happen. We explored Brighton, went to the gym, stayed at Callum’s over night, alternated between sauna and going in the sea, and talked about pretty much everything from girls to god. I think the main takeaway for all of us was how amazing it is to be surrounded by like-minded people. Online is good, but in real life is just something else. You can just feel the constant energy. Great experience guys. Thank you all. And thanks @Andrew Kirby for creating this community otherwise this would have never happened. Edited videos coming soon.

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Fedor Shatukho
Owen Sheasby
Benedek Santa
Callum Rylance
Alan Paul
New comment 2d ago
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    @Alan Paul no problem. glad I can help motivate you. Keep getting after it.

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    @Callum Rylance 😂

Congratulations to @Fedor Shatukho for reaching Level 7. 🙌 This is both a wonderful thing and a silly digital arbitrary event. But your contributions are awesome. It has been a pleasure getting to know you. You are curious and wise and kind. Thank you for your time here and in digital discussions. I look forward to seeing others rise too.

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Fedor Shatukho
Corey Bennett Boardman
Anthony Vincent Morley
Anshu Shukla
Gabriela Toderean
New comment 4d ago
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    @Fedor Shatukho good job. Now you can book a free 30 minute call with your twin brother

Solve rich peoples problems, get paid rich peoples prices Just a though I had.

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Alan Paul
Travis Moore
Gavin Ingham
Merin Ap Martin
Owen Sheasby
New comment 4d ago
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    what i really meant was lifted from someone else then it repopped into your head

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    @Merin Ap Martin what progresss have you made so far?

I have a dead channel and want to revive it. I appreciate most of my people will have disappeared and views have dwindled over time. I want to explore my niche via interviews with interesting people. Has anyone had any success in this area? Or got any tips?

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Andrew Kirby
Paul Saunders
Owen Sheasby
Gavin Ingham
New comment 4d ago

"Most people who have been practicing good habits and self-improvement for a while may develop a superiority complex and start labeling others as "jefferies." They may have a better life by doing more good things, but looking down on others is not as cool as you may think. These individuals might not have the awareness, knowledge, or even the luck to accept the mindset that has been brainwashed in you (in a good way, for the most part). If you are reading this, you might also be like this and judge people for not being like you or just as someone who derives their self-worth by being "different" or "unique." I say this because I used to be like this, and I am still working through it. Let me tell you, it feels good to be kind, and my view of the world has completely changed. I used to be bitter for most of the day, or while going for my morning walk or to college. I used to see people differently, but now I see them as equals, rather than being better. I tell myself, "Oh, I understand why they were rude to that person," or "Oh, I see why my friends went to eat at the college canteen again." I used to be just like that. I genuinely want them to be content and have the autonomy to create any life that they want. It has become one of my biggest goals in life to make this information common knowledge and have a very big impact on the world. Thanks for reading. If you want me to expand on this topic lmk, I have a lot to say about why we behave this way, more about myself, and how childhood experiences, as well as this superiority complex, could be a good thing for you." cheers.

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Fedor Shatukho
Ryan Grady
Anthony Vincent Morley
Riyansh Shah
New comment 5d ago

'Membership You've been a Member of Synthesizer School since 01/19/2022.' It's a bit late. I've been meaning to make this post for 10 days now. This community truly has been a blessing. I think the biggest thing it has helped with is actually realising that there are people similar to me and networking with them. (Similar but also different in many ways. The one thing that unites all of us is that we realise it is possible to improve our lives and the lives of those around us and we are constantly working towards that). Before, I knew that these people existed but I kind of just thought they were out there somewhere and I would maybe find some of them when I was older. I almost didn't really think they were real. So I just thought I would have to push through all the negativity and complacency around me. Me and my brother against the world (he is still young though so it was going to be me alone for a few years until he grew up more). Lone wolf ting. (So synthesiser skool helped break that belief. I have also had my views broadened and challenged by many of you. I realised that I had been craving these stimulating conversations; bored with listening to people complain about the weather and the negative things they recently watched on the news.) Then I saw an email or community post from Andrew (couldn't find the community post so probably an email). Something along the lines of make a video about why you want to/ are playing the great online game. some people will get accepted to a community/ will get taught by Andrew or something. I was hyped. I quickly made a video. Weeks/ months later still no response. Oh well, I thought. Then a bit later another email. "Why do you want to be a synthesiser?" Ok. Take 2. Another chance. Made another video. Wasn't expecting much as I didn't hear anything back from the first one. I honestly think I may have forgotten about the second video.

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Robin Bäcker
Owen Sheasby
Christian Vandaos
Andrew Kirby
Corey Bennett Boardman
New comment 6d ago
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    @Callum Rylance boat crew 2 are antifragile fr

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    …buddy. (In the style of cam hanes and David goggins. The most legendary set of incline bench press in history)

All jokes, I love you really @Andrew Kirby

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Benedek Santa
Owen Sheasby
Nivas K
Christian Vandaos
Alan Paul
New comment 6d ago

#31: @Obai Othman - FAT and DEPRESSED to HEALTHY and HAPPY (How To Change Your Life) We discussed his amazing journey of how he managed to turn his life around at the age of 30. He 'managed to transform [himself] from weak, depressed, overweight, and terribly stuck in life .. into a skillful, joyful, healthy, and genuinely happy and excited person.' (quote from his YouTube description) Really enjoyed this one, you seem like an awesome guy Obai. Thanks for doing this and I am excited to see your progress into the future. (I'm waiting impatiently for upload number 3) YouTube Spotify Apple Podcasts All Links

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Callum Rylance
Obai Othman
Owen Sheasby
New comment 7d ago
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    @Obai Othman thanks for doing it. It was great to get to know you better. I will not forget you

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    @Corey Bennett Boardman awesome

Which platform is your favourite? Let me know in the comments 🫠

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Fedor Shatukho
Owen Sheasby
Alan Paul
Martin Lilly
Connor Widmaier
New comment 7d ago
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    @Fedor Shatukho what do they do? 1. makes a new note?

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    @Fedor Shatukho thanks for explaining. maybe i should go down the obsidian rabbit hole soon

Synthesizer Skool got changed to school. I beleive @Andrew liked calling this community skool with a "k"

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Fedor Shatukho
Andrew Kirby
Griffin A. Hamilton
Alan Paul
New comment 8d ago

Sorry if it is obvious, but where is the link to join the meeting? It is over now but I couldn't find it...

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Christian Vandaos
Robert Boulos
Owen Sheasby
New comment 8d ago

WARNING: This post will increase your ability to make your dreams become reality. This is a belief that helped me go from a procrastinator to financially free in just four years. In exchange for this increase in power, this belief may decrease your happiness. It did for me. If this is not an exchange you're willing to make, I suggest you don't read on. You have been warned. Let me start by asking a couple questions: Over the past year, have you made some progress towards your goals? Have you improved your life in some way? Most will answer with yes. Feels good, right? You probably have this belief: "if I progress/practice/improve a little bit everyday, eventually I'll get what I want." Makes logical sense, right? But how long are you willing to wait? 5 years? 50 years? What if 60 years go by. You're on your deathbed. You sit, patiently waiting to get what you want, knowing you have spent your whole life improving. When suddenly the sickening realisation hits you... You've ran out of time. Here's the truth: Progress is a Means to an End. It is something that needs to happen in order for you to get what you want. But in a human's desperation to get what they want, when they hear "if you keep making progress, you'll get what you want", they latch onto 'Progress'. What used to be a Means to an End becomes the new End. They forget about what they truly want, so at the end of the day, if they have made Progress, they feel satisfied. But they are left without what they want. I see a few problems with this. First, you may be making progress, but are you progressing enough to get what you want? Arnold wants to become a bodybuilder. Arnold goes to the gym. Arnold does one set of bench press. He has made progress. Feeling proud of his progress, Arnold leaves the gym. Progress has been made, but has ENOUGH been made? Second, you may be making progress, but what if it's in the wrong areas? Jimmy wants to become the biggest YouTuber. He understands that better camera means better video. Jimmy spends months researching what's the best camera to use. Each day he makes progress towards figuring out the ultimate camera. He is making progress. But is he making progress in the very precise set of things he needs to be making progress on to reach his goal?

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Dragan Markovic
Codrut Bordeanu
Soo Young Lee
Owen Sheasby
Callum Rylance
New comment 9d 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 9d ago
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    @Harsh Pandey spirituality, meditation, mental health

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    @Callum Rylance I believe we will by carrying boats for the rest of our lives.

Good morning 👋 Recently, I got caught up in the hype of likes and views. One of my threads about Naval went viral, and I hit 3000 Twitter followers. But at the same time, I've been quietly booking free and paid calls with my followers. The calls have been 1000X more useful and fulfilling than maximizing Twitter engagement. Also, I'm seriously considering investing $1000 in coaching w/ a guy who has 400 followers because he DMed me, we booked a call, and it was clear from our conversation and his content (that gets minimal engagement) that he can help me. My conclusion is: • Going viral will not solve your business problems. • Making connections and helping other people solve theirs will. Crush it

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Fedor Shatukho
Connor Widmaier
Mat Leo
Anthony Vincent Morley
Owen Sheasby
New comment 9d ago

6 months ago, I started posting content daily on Twitter and have since built an audience of almost 3,500 people. Having conversations with old friends has shifted and it seems as though a lot of the goals we strive for our different. They want to climb the job title ladder to make money and I am burning all my free income to acquire the skills I need to scale my personal distribution networks. It seems like madness to them. Personally, I don't care as much because it's my vision and I don't expect them to see. I'm curious to know how far far you're willing to go to make the great online game work for you. What stories do some of you have involving similar situations?

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    you may lose some 'friends' on the way. to answer your question: very far.

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