The biggest problem creatives face is the inability to communicate their ideas

Fortunately, communication is a skill.

That means, if you work on it you can improve over time.

That’s what I did.

3 years ago, I didn’t know how to string together an effective blog post. 

Now that I’ve written more than 1000 pieces, it’s easier. 

The point of the post is this:

The success of your ideas depend on how well you communicate them. 

If you’re a creative who wants to get better at communication, I have something for you.

I’m building a content club for people who want to take their brand seriously. 

Want in? 

Join the waitlist with 14 others today.

93% of brands and content creators give up social media 14-21 days after they’ve started.

The main reason being?

There’s not enough engagement.

Nobody is liking your posts. 

It’s hard to keep a new habit with just yourself.

Life gets in the way. 

Time management isn’t your strongest suit. 

I hear you.

Creating content isn’t for everyone. 

But if you’re serious about building your community or brand, content creation is the way. 

Kickstart your way into an engaged community with an audience who cares about your product. 

Master your brand voice. 

Gain the attention of your dream audience.

Control the ins and outs of your creativity.

Grow your business presence. 


I’m hosting a content creation club.

But it won’t just be any kind of club.

Everyone in it wants to be there because they have a brand to build. 

There will be no live meet ups. 

Only a common deadline (12AM, your time zone).

Everything online and remote.

Be there (or don’t be there it’s really up to you).

This idea will only work when there is a focused, tight knit group of people.

Anyone is welcome to join.

And to sweeten the deal?

It will come at no cost to you.

However, if you want this to work out for you, you have to put in the work to succeed.

Want in?

Join the waitlist with other creators here.

See you there 🙂

If you’re going into social media with this mindset, you need to change immediately

For freelancers, social media isn’t about showing off what you can do and letting people know about all your accomplishments to boost your own sense of self worth. 

Instead, social media is a place for creators to show value and teach/entertain/perform/inspire their audience.

When you do the latter enough times, people will intentionally look for you to solve their problems.

I thought I was good at writing because I got A’s in English class

Turns out writing academically and writing to resonate with others are two completely different kinds of writing.

Kind of like apples and oranges.

Or pie and cake.

Or a pond from a river.

Here’s the difference. 

Succeeding in academic writing means your teacher liked your work. 

Succeeding in copywriting means the market resonated with what you said. 

A grade cannot tell you whether or not you’ll be successful at the latter. 

2 Things Creatives Should Know Before Starting Social Media

When you’re a freelancer, it can be tough to know where to start when it comes to marketing. You don’t have a team of people who can take care of the details for you, so you need to make sure that you’re doing everything right.

Here’s 2 things every creative freelancer should know about marketing themselves on social media:

1. You don’t need 10,000 followers or 1,000,000 likes to win for your business

 I get it. Hundreds of likes and followers are nice for clout. However, all you need is 1 sale to get the ball for your business rolling.

2. Always be 51% giving

This goes for any successful business or brand on social media. Giving your best knowledge for free, giving away your insights, giving other people valuable comments—it’s all part of growing and maintaining a healthy community on social platforms.

Social media isn’t rocket science, but it is an art.

5 reasons you shouldn’t listen to whatever I have to say about social media

  1. I’m 25
  2. I don’t have 10+ years of experience
  3. Everything i write about is from personal experience 
  4. I go with my gut instincts 90% of the time
  5. I’m 25 

But hey, I’ve found a process that works for me. I’m happy to talk about it and see how it can work for you too. 

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The key to keeping a blog

The key to keeping a blog isn’t dependent on the host you use, how much you spend on your website plan, or even the amount of expertise you have in your field.

The key to keeping a blog is being the type of person who keeps blogs.

That means you write and publish things frequently. 

It means you show up with an idea and you make it come to life. 

If you want to start a blog, become the type of person who keeps blogs.