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😞 It's Not Always Suppose To Feel Good
Yesterday I posted a potential icon for my new community. I thought it was pretty cool. The majority didn't. I have to admit it didn't feel good. And this post isnt really about the logo, I'll be fine 🙂 its just to show you that you're not alone. And it reminded me of countless other videos and posts that I've made on social that made me feel the exact same way. I wanted to delete the poll to be honest. But I didn't. Because that wouldn't have be fair to the many people that took the time to vote and comment on the post. I learned a lot. I think that's the key. The comments were quite insightful. Thank you btw 🙏 You have to understand that more than anything, social media, community, posting, etc... is first and foremost a place to learn, to gain insights. The profits only come after the insights and learnings. You can't get those insights if you don't post it, if you delete everything you post. It's not about winning every time time. Winning comes after losing. So just get those loses over with already so you can win.
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😨 I Still Get Anxious When Recording Videos
I'm about to sit down and record a YouTube video. I don't want to do it. Maybe that's why I'm right here writing this post instead? Maybe you want to record a video and instead you're reading this post. Sometimes people tell me I make it look easy—recording videos. And while I'm not terrified like I used by be (see screenshot of my first LinkedIn video), I feel all sorts of resistance, probably every time I do it. I get anxious, I doubt my idea, it never fully goes away. At least not yet. And guess what, sometimes I screw up, I have to re-record. It often takes me more time than I want. I hate that feeling, all that wasted time... (though of course it's not truly wasted because I always learn something new in the process) But regardless, it's hard, so naturally I come up with all sorts of distractions. The best way I've been able to combat this is to try and make a quality video. Sometimes I have to focus on a script (or at least an outline) and write it out. I have to clarify all my thoughts, and I rework and synthesize my thoughts over and over to refine and articulate my thoughts into simple powerful ideas. It's all about creating value, articulating powerful points in simple terms. The better you can reduce the learning curve for someone the better your videos will do. That process while not always fun reduces the anxiety I feel because I know the video will be good. I can actually feel it inside my gut. Sometimes people are trying to build all these complex systems that make things easy—but they never actually hit record. Or it zaps the life from their videos. That might sound counterintuitive coming from me giving the products I sell. But truthfully my systems work best automating good content. Not helping you avoid the creation process. You can use ChatGPT but if you don't know what a good video is, if you don't know what a good script is, you won't be able to push back and modify the script to make it better. So, don't be afraid to put in the time. The obstacle is the way.
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Welcome! Introduce Yourself HERE 🔥
Hi! Welcome to the Content Academy. This community is designed to help you build a profitable content strategy, efficient team & automated content process. Step 1: Introduce yourself in THIS THREAD below! (✄ copy/paste template 👇) Where are you from? What are you working on? What immediate help do you need? Step 2: Read the rules and checkout our free courses and paid programs
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What's your favorite ChatGPT prompt?
I have a ton of different prompts that I use in no-code apps and automations. This one is extremely useful and is one that I use directly in ChatGPT. It could probably use some refinement, but right now, it just works: "Act as Grammarly. Fix and improve any grammatical errors in the following text:" Combine it with a tool like PromptBox, and you can check anything you write for grammar mistakes in seconds without changing your tone of voice.
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Huge megatrend to write content around...
I stumbled on this article today Very interesting, and an area I'm not only participating in personally, but also as a copywriter and marketer. Here's the Executive Summary... The business of eternal youth is booming. Consumers, especially wealthy ones, are spending big on spas, food subscriptions, gym memberships, pills, and more. The wellness industry is worth roughly $500 billion in the U.S. and $2 trillion globally, with per capita spending on wellness in North America topping $5,100 annually compared to $1,600 in Europe. Technology has allowed people to collect tons of data on their health through phones, watches, and rings to create a personalized health approach. To read the full article, go here: Enjoy!
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