5 Ideas For The Interested This Week

Your problem isn’t unique.

The first step to solving it is acknowledging that.

The second is seeking out people who have already solved it.

The third is learning from them.

And the fourth is acting on what you learn.

Problem solved.

Now, on to this week’s ideas…

The Starting Five

1. Recommended Resources For Creative Entrepreneurs

This may be the most valuable page I’ve created. It features a list of all the resources I recommend to help you grow your audience and business including courses, tools, apps, books, and more.

2. Are You Building A Skyscraper Or A Strip Mall?

This blog post helps you identify which you’re building and whether it’s the right path for you…or not.

3. Behind The Scenes Of A $40,000 Course Launch

This case study breaks down what Justin Moore’s landing page looked like, how he optimized it, and how he promoted the course in a way that ultimately paid off.

4. How To Write Blog Posts Readers Care About

A great collection of tips about how to find ideas, write an outline, write the post, choose a headline, and more.

5. The Complete Guide To Organic Viral Marketing

You can never guarantee virality, but you can create things in a way that increases the odds people will share them — this shows you how to do that.

Want to free up time for your creative work?

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Meanwhile, On Twitter…

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My Final Words Of The Week

If you’re not familiar with Khe Hy, you should be.

He’s one of the smartest people I know when it comes to productivity and figuring out how to focus your efforts on things that matter most.

Check out his free $10K Bootcamp to learn how to design a productivity system that works for you, stay focused, think bigger, stop putting things off, and invest in improving your mind, career, and relationships.

Have an interesting week!


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