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Alex Hormozi's The Skool Games is best path to $10,000/month
Alex Hormozi just launched a new challenge that includes: • Hormozi’s new business opportunity for beginners • Course on Hormozi's easiest $10,000/mo model • Hormozi Vegas meetup for winners • Leaderboard to see who's winning • Prizes for other players • Great community • ME as the challenge host Yes, I've partnered with Skool and Hormozi and I will be the challenge host, helping challenge participants to build their online business. How exciting! This is what Alex Hormozi said: "People want $10,000/month online. So I spent 4 years looking for the fastest, easiest, most-likely way for beginners to get there. And finally, I found it.” This works even if you have no audience, don't know what to sell, and aren't an expert. If your goal is $10,000/month, click here to join The Skool Games now before other people find out.
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Nov '21 
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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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I'm trying to be a YouTube's assistant, how should I go about it?
Hey everyone, right now I'm looking for some work to do in my spare time, while also being able to learn as much as possible from the job since I'm in a season of learning and not earning. I'm trying to brainstorm ways I can become a YouTubers assisstant, ranging from 5k-100k subscribers just to make their job easier and take tasks they don't want to do off their shoulders. I ideally want to work with someone in the fitness niche on YouTube because that's my niche and I would like to see the behind the scenes stuff that they do. But at any rate, do you guys have any ideas? Should I just search up "fitness youtuber's" in the search bar and DM each one I find? Any advice would really help.
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STOP making these mistakes on your self improvement journey (99% are making mistake #3!)
I started my self improvement journey nearly 8 years ago now. In that time I’ve made just about every mistake you can make- including these ones. Along the way, I’ve also seen these mistakes be repeated time and time again by others on a similar journey. Try to avoid these 5 mistakes, and you will make 10 times more progress- I promise you! —————————— COMMON MISTAKE #1: Trying to run before you can walk. Usually, when we start our self improvement journeys we want to see the results INSTANTLY. The deep ocean that is online self improvement content tells us that we HAVE to be masculine, strong, fit, productive, attractive, focused, energised, healthy, hardworking and MUCH more. So naturally it makes you want to change EVERYTHING in your life as it makes you feel worthless and not enough. However, this method almost never works. At least not for long anyway. In response to this feeling of inadequacy comes an urgency to change. As a result, people will then start to make drastic life changes like extreme diets, fitness plans or unrealistic daily routines. Whilst these may work for a week or two when motivation is high, as soon as they have the first blip in motivation or have a setback, they are RIGHT back to square one again. The reason for this is usually because the FUNDAMENTALS aren’t right. And trying some crash diet/fitness plan for example is simply papering over cracks. Let’s say that you did stick to this and lost a tonne of weight or got absolutely shredded in a few months. What’s the plan for after this? Return back to the old habits? The ones that made you unhappy and want to change in the first place? _______ SOLUTION: Instead of rushing into self improvement and trying to run before you can walk- focus on improving the fundamentals. I’m talking about sleep, exercise, hydration, nutrition, learning, relationships etc. Look at your daily habits and whether they are contributing to the person you want to become or not. If you want to build a business and become wealthy but are running off 5 hours sleep every night, how much harder is that going to be?
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