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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
Kim Sarsons
Joshua Hastings
Arno Vanmassenhove
New comment 5h ago
  • 7 likes • Nov '21

    Thank you so much for the invite, Andrew! Happy to be part of the first 100 here :) Just watched your classroom video 1. You named the animal - Synthesizer. Looking forward to learn more and contribute :)

So far I've made downloadable versions of Alex Hormozi and Naval Ravikant's brain... Who's brain would you like to download next? Leave a comment with a name. Like any comment if you also want to see that person's brain.

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Korey Samuelson
Michael Hodges
Veer Dosi
Rudra Rudraya
New comment 2d ago
  • 6 likes • Oct 24

    Justin Mikolay does some amazing synthesis on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jmikolay This guy did for Paul Graham's essay: https://www.indiehackers.com/post/i-read-and-summarized-all-of-paul-grahams-200-essays-698de86ec2 This one is infographics of the same: https://blog.adioma.com/tag/paul-graham/ Recently some guy downloaded Linkedin post by Justin Welsh

A few months ago something clicked in my head, and I understood the severity of the 'disjointed knowledge problem'. I recall painful years of grind and struggle, trying to avoid the shitty life I was on the trajectory towards. Yet no matter how hard I tried, I made no progress. It felt like something was stopping me. I now see that the thing stopping me wasn't external. It was internal. I didn't have the knowledge needed to understand which causes would lead to the effect I so desired. That caused me to waste a lot of time making no progress. And I can see clear pivot points in my life after consuming certain pieces of content. There's an obvious before/after, once someone had imparted their knowledge onto me. So why is there not a better, more efficient way to provide life-changing knowledge to the right people at the right time!? The internet has provided us the technology needed for this to happen. If someone knows the solution to a problem that I have, and the internet has provided the tech needed for that solution to be shared, WHY do I not know about it? Why are there billions of people suffering from problems that have simple solutions? I tried playing my part to solve this by creating my own YouTube channel. If it took me 10 months to learn a lesson, and I could share that with people in 10 minutes, what more value can I bring to this earth? But I soon realised that I was not enough. I don't know everything. In fact, I possess an infinitesimally small amount of the world's knowledge. That's why I created Synthesizer Skool. And I'm incredibly excited to announce we've just hit 1,000 members. Together, we have an absurd amount of power. And if we leverage that power in the right directions, I really believe we can make some magic. This might sound too hypey, but The Synthesizer Revolution is here! EDIT: We've now hit 2,000 members! Read my post about it here: https://www.skool.com/synthesizers/impact-income-fun

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Ikramul Haque
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Louis Blythe
Gabriela Toderean
Danny Mallinder
New comment 2d ago
  • 4 likes • Apr 12

    1000 people. OMG! That's amazing! Glad to be part of the community! You are rocking it Andrew

Inspired by @Andrew Kirby thread, I'll like to share how I plan to make money online If you know me, you're aware that I want to drop out, and I need money to do that So I've set my goal and reverse-engineered it to get a plan Then I divided it into easy steps anyone can follow And this is the 7-steps roadmap I got 👀👇🏼 ------------------------------------------------------ STEP 1: Learn a high-income skill The goal is to make money while practising a skill I like As I love content creation, I've picked ghostwriting - STEP 2: Study the big names I'll dedicate to each one of the best people in this game a full week This week it's for Dickie Bush & Nicolas Cole, they are the best teachers of online writing 101 JK Molina & Dakota Robertson are next, they're major ghostwriters that no one can miss - STEP 3: Learn by doing Knowledge is useless without action I'll apply everything I learn on my account with: - 3 tweets a day - 1 curation thread a week - Free guides And start offering my free services in exchange for: - Testimonials - Experience - Referrals - STEP 4: Niche down and create the offer I'll deeply research who I want to offer my services to. My niche will be: - High demand - Low supply - Full of people I like Then I'll craft an irresistible offer they can't say no to, Alex Hormozi "100M offers" will be crucial on this - STEP 5: Funnel hacking Now I have the who and the offer, I just need to get the clients (a crucial part lol) I'll go through the funnels of ghostwriters I admire - I'll mix them  - Make them my own - Build a landing page I'll use Kieran Drew 's copywriting lessons for that - STEP 6: Dm outreach Now is the time for doing some cold work🥶

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Fedor Shatukho
Lola Mure
M J
Connor Widmaier
Tarik Tekeli
New comment 3d ago
  • 2 likes • 4d

    This is great stuff, Lola! Thanks for sharing it... Wishing you all the very best on your $10k journey

I want to learn from the best by stealing their approach to creating graphic content. It can be anything: single pictures, carousels, posters — anything. Could you please share the most creative brands or people in the image world?

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Yan F
Sathya S
Fedor Shatukho
Philippe Schoenmakers
New comment 4d ago
  • 1 like • 4d

    My thing is Jack Butcher's visualizevalue style - Visualize Value - Carl Richards' BehaviorGap - Janis Ozolins - Laura from PencilPirates I'm getting into memes - all thanks to you :)

Please leave a comment. I'll contact you and ask some questions on how you did it. Would highly appreciate that!

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Sathya S
Andrew Kirby
Vlad Freimann
M J
Evan Del Bigio
New comment 10d ago
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    @Fedor Shatukho Awesome. Looking forward to it :)

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    @Ragul M.d Thanks Ragul

Not exactly a 100% download of all the content by Sahil Bloom But I've organized his best tweets/ threads on a Notion DB for quick reference and easy. https://sathya2020.notion.site/The-Almanack-of-Sahil-Bloom-cb0ccb52ee0e466f8cf6ef2ec710ae41 If you can show some support, please visit the Gumroad link: https://aurasky.gumroad.com/l/sbloom (pay as much you can offer) Once again, I am just glad that I'm play a part as a synthesizer :) Thanks for the inspiration, @Andrew Kirby

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We built this: https://yvisuals.app/ As a pleasant validation to our built, we won 2nd place at Nocode weekend https://twitter.com/LeeLaunches/status/1594745913804992512 So here's the pitch: You don’t have to be a designer to create powerful images. YVisuals houses a library of visual templates that you can customize to create your own visuals in a min! - Step 1: Choose an appropriate visual template from our categorized library of templates for your content - Step 2: Edit & customize color, title & labels to make any visual to suit your brand - Step 3: Download the image and publish it on your social media, or use it in your next presentation Impress your clients, Awe your boss, Inspire your audience! Try it out and let me know what you guys think :) https://yvisuals.app/

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Fedor Shatukho
Sathya S
Corey Bennett Boardman
Shivam Jha
New comment 14d ago
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    @Shivam Jha Thanks a ton, Shivam! Definitely. Will need your support to do that :)

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    @Shivam Jha Haha! Thanks buddy. Just pinging you on WhatsApp

When I tell people about my changes in life, I always notice some level of criticism that are directed to ''suppressing ones emotions''. This is not what self development is. When I tell people I hate going to the gym, and still go 4 days a week if not 5, they tell me this is unhealthy ''suppressing behaviour''. Instead of rolling my eyes at them like I normally would, I've thought about explaining it when asked for. Suppressing emotions: Ignoring your emotions & not dealing with them Controlling emotions: Acknowledging/observing emotions & dealing with them then and there or later that day. Suppressing emotions and controlling emotions are not the same. I'm tired of people telling me how unhealthy my eagerness to self-development is. It's so off putting when someone is suggesting ''you shouldn't work on yourself'' because it will cause long term effects. I hope negative people haven't bothered you as much. Keep working on yourself!

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Sathya S
C Papas
New comment 17d ago
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    That's spot on! Thanks for sharing it... I'm using a technique called EFT/ Emotional Freedom Technique or Tapping that seems to benefit me. To acknowledge one's fear & doubts is the core thesis of the technique, besides 'tapping' (duh!) I seem to be getting pretty interested in such evidence-based self-growth techniques. Maybe even want to curate it somewhere and create an infoproduct out of it :)

The solution isn’t to wait for it to go, because it never will. The solution is to act in spite of it. (Source)

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Ian O'Brien
Ted Carr
Ruben Devos
Sneha R
Nevin Sabet
New comment Nov 6
  • 2 likes • Nov 2

    Carl Richards wrote an amazing article about 'impostor syndrome'. I did a visual synthesis of it. Check it out: https://twitter.com/SathyaHQ/status/1585631703308988416

Check this out https://twitter.com/AliAbdaal/status/1587723633065361408

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Owen Sheasby
Ragul M.d
New comment Nov 2

Hello everyone! I connected through the videos on Hormozi. Fun fact: both him and Obsidian had become a top priority of mine over the last month! 🤩 My ability to focus - both skill and trait - is something in need of development, and I'm in the process of putting my own notes system of .txt/Notepad++/Dropbox into Obsidian. It remarkably already resembled it, using local simple text files, but lacking the connections and embedding. 🗄️ In my training in Clinical Psychology at the masters level with the opportunity to meet top researchers in person, I developed a highly skeptical view of the field, while noticing that there was a massive amount of value under a lot of jargon and in-fighting between models. 🤯 While trying to break that value open and focus on essentials, I came up with the notion that staying humble is key. I kept finding out what many other fields other than psychology could teach about relating to and helping people. The world of business and thinking in terms of solving entrepeneurial problems has been particularly relevant at this point. It involves the real world, real relationships. 🏗️ Then I have a particular way of being interested in classic philosophy, particularly Stoicism, in how it connects with deep anthropological insights about virtue, through the Catholic faith especially great interpreters of the classics such as Aquinas. There's a lot of juice there, if we can get past our views on belief and the Church themselves. 😇 For example, the principle that our minds are by very nature SYNTHETICAL and can only learn by combining things, first became clearly relevant to me through a Dominican on a conference/podcast. 💥 I've been recording myself and developing my speaking skills. I want to learn to create my own art, to draw better outlines of my thought and inspiring people through beauty and awe, not just information. 🖌️ Happy and grateful to be here!

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Joao Oliveira
Owen Sheasby
Sathya S
Graham Laight
New comment Oct 31
  • 1 like • Oct 24

    @Joao Oliveira Thanks for sharing it, Joao. Appreciate it 👍

Click here to see the job post: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nhNIvSKHZka49fRQSQrCywCjK8qN6ij6mOO5yMN1YXs/edit?usp=sharing If you refer someone and I hire him you will get $1000

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Lola Mure
Sathya S
Erik Meltzer
Wiktor Romanowicz
Tatana Siweya
New comment Oct 31
  • 2 likes • Oct 25

    That's great stuff, Andrew. I think I know someone who could fit in the bill. I've just shared the GDoc with him. Hope it works out.

Not many people know this, but I actually almost partnered with Alex Hormozi. You can hear my story (and the three things that Alex knows about money that you probably don't) here: https://youtu.be/jEnbQE2u9VM Or you can download a searchable database of every video, interview, TikTok, and tweet that Alex has put out by clicking here. I believe this database can change lives, and I hope you find value in it.

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Shivam Jha
Claudia Bernal
Mia Cardenas
Johny Rhys
Juan Pablo
New comment Oct 24
  • 4 likes • Oct 17

    My man... You proved once again that you are a master synthesizer 👍 Don't use Obsidian. Wondering if this could be made into a Notion DB? Also found this. You might also like this, Andrew --> https://alias.co/ An archive of the best minds of our generation & their latest updates

I've decided to create my personal website based on Notion thanks to @Shivam Jha's challenge. Here's what I came up with in one hour: https://fedor-shatukho.super.site/ What would you add? Share your personal sites too, so that I can take inspiration from.

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Lola Mure
Fedor Shatukho
Hannah Weaver
Callum Rylance
Owen Sheasby
New comment Oct 23
  • 2 likes • Oct 19

    @Hannah Weaver Thank you so much, Hannah! Yeah, Let me make that personal, instead of 'third-person'. I like that way too...

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    @Callum Rylance Just create a Notion page/ Super site & link to the domain name. You got yourself a personal website... Lol

Hello! I was wondering if anyone in here was excellent at graphic design, specifically photoshop. Otherwise, if you guys may know of anyone who is as described. I would love to connect! Any suggestions on where to go to learn photoshop marketing or find a mentor would also be greatly appreciated. Cheers!

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Jarrett Yew
Gustavo Cota
Siebren de Vos
Sathya S
Callum Rylance
New comment Oct 19
  • 1 like • Oct 18

    Canva designer here https://twitter.com/YellowVisuals

I went to the link, but no one is there...could it be I have the incorrect link? Can someone share the link, if in fact this call is actually happening? thanks

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Sathya S
Jeff Harrison
New comment Oct 17
  • 0 likes • Oct 17

    I'm game. I am available for another 30-40 mins... Send me the link

  • 0 likes • Oct 17

    @Jeff Harrison Hey Jeff.. I'm trying to join. You there? Can you allow me to join?

There's a book called 'Decoding Greatness' by Ron Friedman. It breaks down the step of mastering a skill, despite one's talent or natural abilities or nurture effect. Mr.Beast seems to the real-life example of that idea! I'm not a YouTuber, even though it talks about 'video production', it applies to every other craft! https://twitter.com/TrungTPhan/status/1501797625959366657

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New comment Mar 11

Which platform do you spend most time on? After voting, please comment how you split your time amongst platforms. E.g. 50% YouTube, 20% TikTok, 20% Books, 10% Podcasts

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Owen Sheasby
Andrew Kirby
Alan Paul
Ken Hawkins
Acacia Hernandez
New comment Oct 5
  • 3 likes • Sep 17

    Feel a bit sad, because I'm only 1/6 votes for Twitter! To put in another sense, as most of you are YouTubers, I suggest taking a different perspective. Yes, you can be on YouTube - to both consume, and also distribute your content (videos, shorts, streams, etc) Also think of using Twitter as a networking platform - either with peer groups, or someone who's 1-2x ahead of you... No, Ali Abdaal may not reply to your 'Hi!' DM, but you can definitely find other lesser know YouTubers to hangout with...

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    @Hannah Weaver Oh wow, great to know that Hannah! My immediate suggestion is start repurposing you other external content into Tweets & Tweet threads. Don't link to external resources. And yes of course, finding a community might be difficult. By instead of searching for 'like-minded professionals', search for consumers of your product. For ex., people like me. I have little or no interest in medicine. But I'm interested in a more natural, nutrition-based solution for my gastric issues or my partner's breathing issues, etc... You got this... Have fun!

This is getting interesting. Check this out: https://twitter.com/rustyrockets/status/1574861160502927385

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Juan Carlos Recalde
New comment Sep 28

Achieved a small little milestone in my online sales at Gumroad. I crossed $1,500 in sales https://twitter.com/SathyaHQ/status/1570759707836432386 In the spirit of what @Paul Masters did, I will be happy to answer any questions regarding selling at Gumroad, designing & publishing a digital product (ebooks, live workshops - that's my forte) For those who might be inquisitive enough, here's my Gumroad page: https://aurasky.gumroad.com/

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Paul Masters
Sathya S
Hannah Weaver
Owen Sheasby
Corey Bennett Boardman
New comment Sep 18
  • 1 like • Sep 17

    @Owen Sheasby 🤔... Haha... You got something in mind that you can share here too, Owen 😃

  • 2 likes • Sep 18

    @Corey Bennett Boardman Thanks man, appreciate it

It's been 2 months since I logged into skool. Dang, I'm bad. And boujee. Everytime I typed "s" in my URL, it would autofill https://www.skool.com/synthesizers. And so I kept tabs as we went past 2K members. Y'all been spitting fire out here. Synthesizer Skool is easily a top 3 resource for creating purposefully. While I was away from Skool - 1. Caught up with my Synthesizer friends a bunch @Siebren de Vos @Benedek Santa @Arjun Khemani @Sathya S @Mia Cardenas @Connor Widmaier @Callum Rylance @Daniel Reynolds @Tibor Zoltán Rudolf @Jack Mielke (dang there's so many incredible connections I've made here, sorry if I'm missing your name). 2. Started a permission-less project for @Andrew Kirby (DM'd you the link). Andrew shared a crazy good idea about a self-guided library where people can find solutions (eg: resources, videos, products) for specific problem statements (eg: building a writing habit, endless idea generator, creating high CTR thumbnails, community building). If you have suggestions, DM me. 3. Put my long term goal (nawvel.com) in the backseat. I had to reprioritise. It'll still be up and running for free for y'all and 1,150 users who signed up (400 America, 400 India, 350 ROW) 4. Signed a client to keep the cash flow going. He's awesome. 5. That money pays for my team (hacker, hipster, hustler). I have a low burn - around 1.5-2K usd. 6. Signed up for ship30for30. I like it a lot. After Synthesizer Skool and Ship30, I'm convinced that I want to create content. And that for the next few years, I will do just that. Atomically. Banking on slow growth. While still pursuing other short term opportunities.

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Benedek Santa
Callum Rylance
Owen Sheasby
Shivam Jha
Mia Cardenas
New comment Sep 13
  • 4 likes • Sep 9

    The prodigal son is back! Welcome Shivam!

This got some good traction https://twitter.com/SathyaHQ/status/1567807482646663169 Any fans of comics here! I'm running a small little daily challenge! Posting "Good Morning" Twitter post everyday for next 5 days! What do you think?

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https://www.loom.com/share/e1f73fede458462eabf37bca38ff861c

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Mitchell Hardy
Tatana Siweya
Bru Capellà
Andrew Kirby
New comment Aug 28
  • 1 like • Jul 7

    @Andrew Kirby What a reply :)

At least I hope I'm back I've forgotten that I created first and foremost for myself, for my mental catharsis, as my creative expression I'm now on Day 7! Hope to continue it for a couple of weeks more Let's see! https://twitter.com/SathyaHQ/status/1541111669870452736

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Corey Bennett Boardman
New comment Jul 8

Telling good stories is a good idea. This good tool helps you write good stories. Enjoy. https://www.mopop.org/media/5239/mopop_the_heros_journey_story_starter.pdf

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Andrew Kirby
Corey Bennett Boardman
Shivam Jha
Pravin Kumar
Sathya S
New comment Jul 7
  • 1 like • Jul 7

    This is a great template. Lovely I want to create more such templates - for Twitter or Linkedin posts, and maybe for visuals :)

Athlean-X grew a large audience by 'putting the science back in strength'. I think there's a huge opportunity to 'put the science back in self-help', or really any field. If anyone enjoys understanding the science on certain topics, there's big opportunity to create science-backed YouTube videos about that topic.

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Andrew Kirby
Benedek Santa
Amelie Schmid
Johny Rhys
William Reardon
New comment Jun 24
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    @Andrew Kirby Haha! Thanks man! Pl do share any resources that I can add to the list. And any suggestions to take this project forward :) I'm excited for this

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    @Allan R. Thanks Allan Added it to the inspiration/ resources list. Will see if we can extract some science-backed self-help tips from here. Appreciate you sharing it :)

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Miling Longphoi
Dan Goldfield
Siebren de Vos
Dan Marino
M J
New comment Jun 5
  • 2 likes • May 27

    Awesome Dan... Many more to come, I'm sure...

(4/6 of our accountability calls) Three weeks ago some members of the community started a weekly Zoom call to connect with each other, hold each other accountable, and solve each other's problems. The main goal is to create one piece of content per week, for 6 weeks. To build the habit of creating, and grow your audience. You can see a recording of the first call here. And a recording of the third call here. This weeks call will follow a mastermind format inspired by Think and Grow Rich. Here's how the call will work: A member of the call will be randomly chosen by @Wiktor Romanowicz. The chosen member will describe: 1. Their current situation around synthesizing 2. Their desired situation around synthesizing 3. Any problems that are holding them back from reaching their desired situation. This should take less than 3 minutes, so if you tend to ramble, it could be a good idea to come to the call prepared with a rough idea of what you're going to say. Then the rest of the members of the call will try their best to help the chosen member solve their problem! People can unmute themselves, offer advice, recall times they were in similar situations and what they did, provide content recommendations etc. Ideally responses are short and concise, mindful of everyone's time. Then after roughly 10 minutes, another hotseat member is randomly chosen. I've personally paid a looooooot of money to attend similar mastermind calls, and have received a tonne of value from it (what's more valuable than a group of intelligent people all working on solving your most pressing problems?). The call will go on for around 60 minutes. And even if you're not chosen, chances are people are going through similar problems to you, so it'll still be valuable. Plus teaching is the best way to learn.

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Wiktor Romanowicz
Ahmed Fadel
Benedek Santa
Sope Chuong
Allan Rousselle
New comment Jun 4
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    Yes! Looking forward to it :)

Hey Friends, My permissionless job search is live! I wrote a sales letter to Young Craig Clemens (co-founder of Golden Hippo & one of the greatest living copywriters), selling him on a career in copywriting. If you're interested in copywriting, there are some golden nuggets inside. And, if you find it valuable, I would super appreciate your engagement on the Tweet to make sure Craig gets to see it: https://mobile.twitter.com/CopyWriteConnor/status/1528083929605017602 Thank you! Connor Also, huge thanks to @Sathya S for the permissionless job search inspiration.

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Eli Weaver
Connor Widmaier
Miling Longphoi
Shivam Jha
Andrew Kirby
New comment May 28
  • 1 like • May 23

    Amazing bro! Many congratulations

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