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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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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
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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
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Korey Samuelson
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Hey guys, I'm Krishna. Today,I want to share you the value of mindset. Mindset is really important for anything,it makes our mind clear for what actions should be perform, for example its doesn't mean you can learn guitar in one day or have abs ,etc.But how you think about this,how you approach,how you prioritize,with what emotions ( I also write about this on another day) .If you say i’m not good example in guitar or in learning so why the hell your mind want to do this.If you do this in one area of your life ,it will gonna effect other areas ,even you have a chance to do it better. Its just a mindset which does not grow ourselves. I want to share the mindset I learn from Anime Naruto ,he is stubborn kid who is not good in learning justu and every one ignore him in his childhood ,you can see this on YouTube.But he has a mindset that no matter what happens he will become Hokage (Leader)of the village.He face many challenges in his journey ,his training dedication to be the hokage .So in life ,many times we say ourselves we are not good in that or we are dedicated but my life and blah blah! Its misery we create,and we feel sad , because deep down we want to improve the quality of life but don't make enough efforts and give up easily.So what to do ,its okay, accept that where you are and say to yourself,no matter what happens I will do the things which is needed to improve life,may be its the job, house,car, body ,etc.Its not gonna change directly but slowly this pattern will break and we will find ourselves in different positions Life is all about mindset,so how we operate and how we view ourselves and what we say to ourselves is really important. I would like to know if you have any things to say. The better your questions is the more i grow and more i can help others.

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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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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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Owen Sheasby
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**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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Owen Sheasby
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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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Owen Sheasby
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Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space lies our growth and our freedom. make your decisions wisely.

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I've just seen this Andrew's short where he talks about how he made his 1st million online, and I've realized that my bottleneck right now is a lack of good systems I love learning and spend many hours consuming quality content online (from my curated list of creators and different platforms). I also take notes of my favourites takeaways and thoughts about everything I consume and have them all in my 2nd brain But using that notes to create content is the part I struggle the most with, and I believe it's because I don't have the systems to make this step easy and frictionless Any advice on how can I set them? What systems work for you?

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Merin Ap Martin
Lola Mure
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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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The internet has enabled anyone to make money doing what they love. The only gatekeeper is yourself. The aim of this post is to articulate the core fundamentals of making 💵 doing what you ❤️ --- First you solve a problem. Then you help other people solve that problem. --- If a human labels something a problem, a desire forms to fix that problem. If you can help people fulfil their desires, they will pay you. To make $30,000/month, you have to add more than $30,000/month of value. --- You want to pick one group of people, and pick one problem to solve. That way you can scale your solution to the problem. --- Often the group of people you pick will be a group that you are in. Often the problem you pick will be the most painful one you've solved. If you've struggled with a problem, then found the solution, the most meaningful thing you can do is help other people still struggling. --- To get paid, you obsess over solving one problem for many people (or one rich person). Your entire job is to help Niche achieve Transformation. --- To become very effective at your job you have to love it. You have to find something that allows you to be you. To do what you intrinsically enjoy to do. This is lucky, because it means you get to do what you love. --- First you solve a problem. Then you help other people solve that problem.

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Nivas K
Jarrod Saxton
Kevin Mullaney
Anthony Vincent Morley
Andrew Kirby
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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
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Dylan Jardon and Henry Belcaster have been best friends for ages. They started a podcast together, but were frustrated with how slow their growth was. Dylan decided to take a break, spend some time in isolation, and refused to come out until he had figured out the art and science of going viral. Whilst he was alone, he came up with a viral formula, and when he put it to the test, it worked! He was pretty stoked, but it could've been luck... Right? Dylan taught what he understood to Henry, and Henry started blowing up too! After hearing about this story I paid them both $20k, and they taught me everything they know about going viral. And I thought I'd share my biggest takeaways with you for free :) LESSON 1: THE VIRAL FORMULA According to "the lads", the formula for going viral is: Story X Pop Culture X Animation = Viral Blend pop culture (something that everyone knows) with a great story (something that's already viral) with high quality animation to make timeless content. But does every short need ‘Pop Culture’ in it? According to the lads, yes. They view pop culture as the jet fuel for the concepts you’d want to teach. We’re playing a different game with Shorts. People are scrolling and have no idea who you are. Hook the viewer instantly by giving them something they care about. LESSON 2: EVERGREEN > TIMELY But not all pop culture is created equal. There’s a difference between creating Timely Shorts and Evergreen Shorts. Many Shorts people make Timely content e.g. Alex Hormozi when FTX crashed: https://www.tiktok.com/@ahormozi/video/7165572368637922606 But Timely content like the news won’t be relevant in 1 month. Evergreen > trending for a few reasons: - The long tail of shorts is important. Most videos that pop take a few weeks to get going.  - Anything we create should be as relevant in 2 years as it was in the first 2 days post upload

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Lucas Tchikhinachvili
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Campbell Will
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New comment 17h ago

Hello! I would like to know your opinions on building a saas business + consulting. Is it the future?

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I don't understand how the thought process improves business. Wiktor mentioned it in the call.

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I bet you heard about the bold statement: "To grow on social media, you need to stick to one niche." But.. If you want to be serious about building your personal brand, that is just the worst advice you can ever take. - (!) According to Ryan Magin - the guy who invented the bold subtitles; responsible for Hormozi's, Grant Cardone's, Ryan Pineda's, Anik's, King Keto's and 20 more top educational influencers' reels. Sure it’s good to be known for your craft and be an authority in your area of work, but from the algorithm’s perspective, it’s way easier if you’re also experimenting with “broader” type of content too! Also wanna refer back to Andrew's post from 2 days ago "I spent $20k to learn how to go viral" where the lads stated the formula for going viral is using Pop Culture in your videos. Well, Ryan Magin's approach is something similar, but instead of Pop Culture he's saying: "Don't be afraid to escape your niche and talk about ANYTHING LIFE RELATED." At one point even his bio was: "Giving random life/video advices" Let me tell you why: Let’s say you stick to one specific niche - let it be anything, for the sake of example make it “video editing”. When you make a video about "making videos" or "how to edit videos" then TikTok knows to show that content only to people who have expressed interest in other videos about that same interest. So in the video editing case there is a much smaller percentage of people that will resonate with that video therefore limiting the amount of views. And that’s RELATIVELY SOO LESS EYEBALLS for your videos, because let’s say only 0.05% of TikTok’s overall users engaged with “video editing” content so far.. So that’s why the Big Guns who have millions of traffic on their accounts DON’T stick to one specific niche. That’s why you can see Business-coaches talk about life-advice, relationship advice, general money-hacks and literally EVERYTHING that can benefit the ordinary people.

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Audience building is the art and science of making people aware of you and what you have to offer. As outlined here, I believe it’s the most effective use of your time and resources. This post details what I believe is the optimal strategy for audience building. Alex Hormozi, Iman Gadzhi, and Andrew Tate have all recently grown huge audiences using the strategy outlined in this post. The Optimal Audience Building Strategy (OABS) actually contains two sub-strategies. The first is the “Dream 100” strategy. The second is the “Content strategy”. The synergy between both strategies is profound. The Content Strategy will help you win long-term. This is how I got 600,000 subscribers, and made $1,000,000+. The Dream 100 strategy will help you win short-term. This is how I made $100,000+ in 10 days. If you want to make more money soon, and make a lot of money long-term, then I’d recommend you implement both. Ready to start? The first step of implementing both strategies is to write out who you want to attract. We call this your Niche. I’d recommend you do this exercise in the comment section below. Write first “My niche is: ______” The second step is to write out where your Niche gives their attention. If you want to capture the attention of someone, you have to know where their attention goes, so that YOU know where to go. We can split this second step into two sections. First, write which platforms they spend time on e.g. YouTube, Twitter, Linkedin. Second, write which influencers/YouTubers/podcasts/communities/forums they like. “My niche goes on these platforms: _______.” And "My niche consumes: _______.” The Content Strategy is to create for the platforms your Niche is on. The strategy involves creating content that your Niche would love (High Demand) that no one else is making (Low Supply). This strategy has HUGE potential, but you’re not guaranteed to get the attention of the people you’re trying to attract. In this way, you can view this strategy as high risk, high reward. Luckily, the cost to create is low, and the results can be huge, so it’s worth gambling consistently until you get the results you’re looking for. But this can take time.

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Hi! Recently a question has been haunting me and after talking with some people I realized how biased my perspective is. The question is as follows -> What are two/three areas in which EVERYONE should have at least some basic knowledge. My picks wouldn't be a surprise for you + a one sentence explanation. 1. Monetary systems + History of money -> Money is energy that we can store and it's all around us. It runs the world. 2. Anatomy of human body -> the more you know about your body, the better you can use it and optimize it for high-quality performance across years 3. Psychology -> We live in a society, society is all about human interactions so it'd be wise to know a thing or two about ourselves and others. I'm very curious of your picks, and if possible, one sentence explanations. I bet we can learn a lot from each other here.

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When I first came here, I was skeptical. One of my main issues was that you can just click up the top and go to any group you're in but I have changed my mind on that in that there are no distractions and all my groups are in the same place. With it being intentional, I only stay in ones I want, but if there is more than one group, when I return for one, I tend to check out the others too. I could see this being an issue if you had 40 groups but I don't see people doing that e.g. currently I am in two. What does everyone else think? I also like the gamification, which I don't in most things; however, I think this is partly due to it being interestingly thought through by the owners of the two groups that I am in.

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Robin Bäcker
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Yan F
Melissa Wood
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Bryan Johnson, world record holder for epigenetic age-reversal said quote: ''I've learned to never accept the first statement about a given thing''. His idea got me to think because as a synthesizer this would also be applicable in other regions. In his case he used the example: - Chocolate is good for you (level 1) - Dark chocolate is good for you (level 2) - Non-dutched dark chocolate is good for you (level 3) - Non-dutched dark chocolate without heavy metals is good for you (level 4) So what we see here is that despite widely accepting ideas like chocolate in this example, we could also use this exact same idea in business. 𝗘𝘅𝗮𝗺𝗽𝗹𝗲 𝗶𝗻 𝗯𝘂𝘀𝗶𝗻𝗲𝘀𝘀 - The consultancy business is highly profitable (level 1) - The consultancy business is highly profitable within a niche (level 2) - The consultancy business is highly profitable within a niche when the right techniques are applied such as dream100 (level 3) - The consultancy business is highly profitable within a niche when the right techniques are applied such as dream100 combined with leverage and accountability (level 4) And the list goes on. This list doesn't exclude other options of probability, but instead look at when a level makes logical sense to your niche. This was just a thought I wanted to share. Rather than blindly accepting a statement, but ask deeply ''why is this statement true or false, and how many levels do we have to dig before it becomes true, is this statement true just on its own or does it require digging''?

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Corey Bennett Boardman
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This all comes back to what Andrew/Mr Beast say to do at the very beginning of the process. It's all about... The idea. Without this: you are lost. You will get in front of the camera, ramble for 15 minutes and then be like 'what the hell am I talking about?'. (if you don't know, nobody else will either). The question that really helps keep me on track is this: Why does it matter? That's it. Sit down with pen and paper. Ask that question over and over again. Write out 5 - 10 reasons. Pick the best one. Key everything in the video to that ONE thing and you'll never get lost and it'll all cohere together nicely. Happy creating y'all!

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Content is supply-demand. If you want more views, come see what others want and make a video for it. Synthesizer, what topics do you want to learn more about? What specific stuff do you want to know? Read the comments. Find which need you can create for. Make a video for it. Share it with us. I'll go first: - I wish there was a video about how the world will look like in 2035 - where does my song taste come from? - how can I change my personality type? - why were these subjects chosen to study at school (math, physics, chemistry)? - the odds of success as an entrepreneur - are influencers causing a culture shock? - How will the creator economy look like in 10 years if we all become creators? All these are topics i want to learn about but won't go research and think about. What videos do you wish existed?

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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
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Hey everyone! I'm in the process of growing my audience - and actually have a pretty decent plan for doing so so the whole growing part shouldn't be the problem! I do have one question which regards to what I'm selling - I'm a bit unsure whether I want to do coaching specifically or make it more like a coaching/DFY/DWY service-based offer in the future. So my question is - DO I HAVE TO KNOW THIS BEFORE GROWING ANY FURTHER? Maybe it's a dumb question but definitely something I've had on my mind for the past couple of days. Let me know your thoughts fellow creators!! 🤟 -Oliver

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Oliver Skaanild
Andrew Kirby
New comment 3d ago

The goal is to find and complete your Life's Work. Maybe there's a reason you've been put here. Maybe your unique life circumstances... the good and the bad... have put you in a perfect position to do some magical work. Every human has a superpower. We are all unique. We all like, dislike, hate, and love different things. When you find work that fits well with what you love, you fall so deeply in love with your work that you become obsessed. This obsession leads you to superhuman levels of productivity. One of the core drivers that pushed me to financial freedom was the idea I'd never have to work again. I realise now this was a mistake. The goal isn't to never work, it's to find work you love. I mean, what else are you supposed to do with your time? Personal development is about solving your own problems. Life purpose is about solving the world's problems. Business is about solving other people's problems. The internet now allows you to do all three at once. Your soul is silently longing for you to pursue something beautiful. This, is my calling

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Merin Ap Martin
Intoadmj Chen
Paul Saunders
Caroline Betz
Zahida A Khan
New comment 3d ago

Gotta do a s/o + gratitude to @Andrew Kirby for being such a wonderful example of how to run a Free Group. There's another person doing the same, however, it's a constant pitch fest Yeah, I dropped off🤣😂 I will be doing the Free Group soon n just gotta say, "thank u @Andrew Kirby for being a fantastic, caring, sharing dude in the Free Group space."

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Four years ago I was told to start creating content. I did what I was told. Now it feels like I've been able to push to the frontier of the Great Online Game. And I feel like the things I've been able to see will revolutionise the way humans work. And that fills me with an insane amount of energy. I really have the opportunity to do some GREAT WORK here. I talk about this shift here: - https://www.skool.com/synthesizers/find-your-zone-of-genius?p=4644759e - https://twitter.com/IAmAndrewKirby/status/1423278648979726340 - https://twitter.com/IAmAndrewKirby/status/1605193664833142784 - https://twitter.com/IAmAndrewKirby/status/1603704951259160576 - https://twitter.com/IAmAndrewKirby/status/1610355515846189056 - https://twitter.com/IAmAndrewKirby/status/1602629653969223683 Now I'm trying to summarise this whole idea into one simple sentence, so that I can send out a sharp signal to the world to attract the people that resonate deeply with the signal. It's a work in progress, so I thought I'd share that with you guys live. Here's entries from my journal, messages to my team, and other messages that resonate with me. START: “I am the pioneer of the future of work” resonates with me deeply. This is my phone wallpaper (attached). "I help Young Men reach Financial Freedom" is another thing that's cool, but doesn't fully encapsulate my calling. I value Impact, Income, and Fun. The problem with above Financial Freedom message is it covers Income, but not Impact and Fun.

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Danny Mallinder
Andrew Kirby
Callum Rylance
Darin Berntson
Johny Rhys
New comment 3d ago

My profile pics always used to be against a blue background but last year, I changed them all to black. Having now put this ring on, I might use it on all social media. No one will know what it is (yet!) but I think it looks rather nice. Whad'ya reckon all?

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Andrew Kirby
Corey Bennett Boardman
New comment 3d ago

Making money through content creation is possible. But it's hard, and takes a long-time. If you're a beginner content creator, you know this more than anyone else. When I was in that stage I was constantly worrying I'd never make it. I questioned whether I was good enough. And it's tough to stay consistent when you're not seeing results. There are two groups of people in this community: 1. The big boys. Established creators/consultants/entrepreneurs making good money 2. The beginners. People who, no matter how hard they try, aren't seeing the results they want This message is for the second group. There's many people in this community that want to make a living in the creator economy, but are struggling because of how tough it is. I've been thinking about this for a while. But the thought came to the surface again when I watched @Ali Abdaal's last video. Ali was asked "Do you recommend being a creator as a career path?" His response: "Hell no." (For context, Ali has 2,000+ customers for his Part-Time YouTuber Academy, so I trust his answer.) Now, I know what you're thinking... "Fuck." But please, please don't think this way. There's a light at the end of the tunnel. In fact, there's a light at either end of the tunnel. LIGHT ONE: Just keep going Read the first sentence of this post again. Just because succeeding is hard and takes a long time, doesn't mean it's not possible. And once you make it, it's all worth it. Quitting shouldn’t be an option. LIGHT TWO: Earn to learn There’s a great article called the Ladders of Wealth Creation (see image attached). It explains there are four ladders to wealth creation: 1. Time for money 2. Service business 3. Productized services 4. Selling products It explains that “the potential earnings increase the higher up each ladder you climb. But the difficulty increases with each move as well.” Selling products, productized services, or starting your own service business is possible. But it’s hard, and it takes a long time.

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