For a while, I was thinking about starting my own YouTube channel and documenting my life and business there, but I was afraid of my English accent cuz I'm an Egyptian guy, and my English is not that good, especially in speaking, I tried to learn it myself by watching 90% of the content in English in the past 2 years. So, after a couple of weeks, I decided to start my own YT channel 🎯 and uploaded my #1 video in a couple of minutes. It's an introduction video, not too much information but it's a good one for starting. I want you to see it and if you like comment there "Creator Skool" 📈 https://youtu.be/5wbH1tg2ct4?si=7GuGTMuGBZHhjY7u I just wanted to get your opinion!! Should I upload videos without editing and focus on the value of the information in the video or focus on editing and creating engaging content from day #1?? 🤔
I've been going back and forth for a while now on this but after talking with some creator friends of mine I finally decided to DO IT. I've had my automated content business for the past 2-3 years and I finally feel confident in sharing with my audience the strategy of how to build an automated content business that has: - Passive income only (these VIP days may change that up a bit lol) - no team members - fully automated - no sales calls It's literally been two years in the making and part of me is missing my coaching days tbh, but not the long term client engagement - so this is where I think VIP days may fit the bill. The strategy so far (idk we'll see how it works when it does): - Survey at the end of my daily emails teasing out the invite only 1:1 offer to my list. If they click the button then it would auto segment them - Automatically tags the subscriber to a "promote my VIP Day" automation (just a one email) - scheduled 4 emails towards the end of the month for natural urgency and deadline (I'm only opening up 4 spots) - Simply google docs offer page, no fancy sales page. It's kind of crazy tbh. 3-4 years ago I had a coaching business where part of me needed to sign clients in order to generate cash in my business. Fast forward to now I'm in a position where I get to "choose" if I want clients, it also allows me to be pickier with who I choose to spend and invest my time with. And that's solely because I have the cashflow in my creator business to allow me to be picky. Long story short, if there is a will, there's a way! Don't give up!
New to Skool (but selling online courses since 2016) I launched my initial free Skool at the start of the month. Scouring the Skool community for inspiration, of all the incredible stories I heard, it was @Mariah Coz's "1000 Members in 30 Days on Skool" video walk-through from August which resonated most. Taking similar steps during set up and launch, 22 days after launching and 7 days before the end of the month, we're at 653 members and I've just posted a video in my own community asking for member support. All going well, I'll also be recording my 1000th member on Loom next week! Thanks for the inspiration Mariah 🙏🏼
Hi everyone! The start of this year has been busy but things are kicking off to a great start. I really need to credit the Map Your Model course from Mariah it’s been beyond helpful with clarifying my goals for the year! Our wins: - our $9 Daily Content Generator presale is going well, I’m literally one sale away from hitting our sales threshold so I’m feeling super pumped it’s going to happen. - I’m 5 spots away from being fully booked halfway through the year for freebie swaps! - I’ve booked 4 podcast guest spots and my goal is 30! - I’ve outsourced an editor for my YouTube channel! And we’re not even done with January! I’m not trying to brag but honestly I’m really just fucking proud of myself. I want to front load as much work as possible in Q1 so I can just chill for the rest of the year (we’ll see how that goes haha) What’s next? - automate freebie swap pitching (and book the rest of the year) - Automate our short videos to social media channels - Pitch to more podcasts to hit my 30 podcast goal this year! What are your goals? What are you working on?
If you've seen any of my other posts, you know I have several businesses. I do have support (WHEW!), but there's still a lot. I ran into a time period when I let 2 of the businesses be neglected. No weekly emails, no social media, NOTHING. Just paused. I'm working to delegate more and plan ahead, and I'm excited about that! Until that's 100% sorted, I've had to really stay focused and on schedule. So I'm pretty stoked that today I got out the weekly email for the business I *most* want to grow, out the third week in a row. AND... I've planted the seeds for a mini launch incoming. AND... I'm understanding the dynamics much better about why I've delayed so much. AND... I've streamlined a lot of the business that overtook my life. SO MUCH GOOD HAPPENING! #fearlessceochallenge