April 8, 2022

Content Creation Workflow

Content Creation Workflow

We are back after a power outage. Join Sid Meadows and I as we deep dive into our content creation workflows and share yours along the way!  

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Transcript
WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.680 --> 00:00:05.759 Now here's something we hope you really like. You're listening to creating daily. 2 00:00:06.080 --> 00:00:09.359 There's something wrong with you. You know that because you and I are like 3 00:00:09.400 --> 00:00:13.080 a mullet. It is the is the business, so he's the front part 4 00:00:13.080 --> 00:00:16.079 of the haircut and then I'm the party in the back. I think they're 5 00:00:16.160 --> 00:00:19.199 hilarious. It speaks to me. It's like he's saying what I'm thinking. 6 00:00:22.519 --> 00:00:26.920 What is up, everybody, all you content people? I need to come 7 00:00:26.960 --> 00:00:29.879 up with the community name. Help me out in the comments if you're watching. 8 00:00:30.039 --> 00:00:33.560 Is a creator people content, not Creator people. That sounds dumb. 9 00:00:33.560 --> 00:00:36.479 Anyway, let me know what you think. I'm never really good at coming 10 00:00:36.560 --> 00:00:39.600 up with names for my community or people in my world, my space, 11 00:00:39.640 --> 00:00:43.520 but I think they're really fun and open up at Anyway, I'm gonna stop 12 00:00:43.600 --> 00:00:46.399 rambling on. I get a super fun show line up for you today. 13 00:00:46.439 --> 00:00:50.159 I'm going to be joining a second by my cohost, my Friday cohost, 14 00:00:50.200 --> 00:00:53.600 said meadows. I've recruited him to come and cohost some shows with me. 15 00:00:53.679 --> 00:00:55.759 He's going to be joining me. We got a fun show lined up. 16 00:00:55.799 --> 00:01:00.359 We're going to be talking all about the content creation workflow and we're going to 17 00:01:00.439 --> 00:01:03.600 kind of Ping off each other, share some tips, tricks, strategies and 18 00:01:03.640 --> 00:01:06.920 compared notes, all that kind of fun stuff. So, if your content 19 00:01:07.000 --> 00:01:10.040 creator, get your pen and Pencil out. Maybe you'll learn something or jump 20 00:01:10.079 --> 00:01:12.159 in the chat. Let us know where you're watching from, give us your 21 00:01:12.239 --> 00:01:15.719 tips, give us your strategies, and is always if you have a question, 22 00:01:15.760 --> 00:01:21.000 be sure to hit q colon and ask your question. Or if you're 23 00:01:21.040 --> 00:01:25.400 over on bullhorn, you can ask your question over there in the little question 24 00:01:25.519 --> 00:01:29.040 section. They have questions in a general chat. So so just put in 25 00:01:29.079 --> 00:01:33.359 the questions the part and we'll get to them in answer those questions for you. 26 00:01:33.599 --> 00:01:37.359 Now I'm going to bring on my friend who also, just like me, 27 00:01:37.480 --> 00:01:41.400 cooks bacon with his shirt off. Said Meadows. What's up, stid? 28 00:01:41.400 --> 00:01:42.920 Hold on one second, I get on meet you. I always forget 29 00:01:42.959 --> 00:01:47.840 done mute the guess understood what was going to be making noise over there side 30 00:01:47.840 --> 00:01:51.319 commute him. What's up, man man, good afternoon ability. It's good 31 00:01:51.319 --> 00:01:55.040 to see it. And Yeah, I do not Cook Bacon with my shut 32 00:01:55.079 --> 00:01:57.920 off. You, I do just because I'm hot and then I regret it 33 00:01:57.920 --> 00:02:01.319 every time because then they're like splatters on me. Good. Yeah, right, 34 00:02:01.439 --> 00:02:05.319 like I'm just that. I'm just that baller dude. I don't care. 35 00:02:05.359 --> 00:02:07.760 That's how much I don't care. I just bought I just ball out 36 00:02:07.840 --> 00:02:09.960 and take my shirt off and Cook Bacon. But man, how are you 37 00:02:10.000 --> 00:02:13.479 doing? Good Week, and I'm doing great. I'm doing great. It's 38 00:02:13.479 --> 00:02:15.879 a beautiful day in Texas today. The Sun is shining. It's about seventy 39 00:02:15.879 --> 00:02:21.280 degree so it's perfect. Whether you know, we get this weather about two 40 00:02:21.319 --> 00:02:24.400 weeks in the spring and about two weeks in the fall. Still we're weather 41 00:02:24.599 --> 00:02:29.639 that's seventy degrees cold, dude. It's chilly outside, the winds blowing and 42 00:02:29.680 --> 00:02:32.159 all that kind of stuff. So well, but I'm in Puerto Rico and 43 00:02:32.159 --> 00:02:37.000 I survived the Puerto Rican black out of two thousand and twenty two. We're 44 00:02:37.039 --> 00:02:38.159 bad. Think that's great to yeah, I listen to you a bitch in 45 00:02:38.199 --> 00:02:42.639 Moan about it the whole time it was black out. So yeah, man, 46 00:02:42.719 --> 00:02:44.919 Hey, my kid listens to his podcast. By the way, better 47 00:02:44.960 --> 00:02:49.719 watch that. Like no, okay, sorry, we mark this. He's 48 00:02:49.759 --> 00:02:53.199 watching PAPPA pig or something. He doesn't care. But yeah, man, 49 00:02:53.319 --> 00:02:55.280 so we work on. We weren't live yesterday. I wasn't live because we 50 00:02:55.360 --> 00:02:59.319 had a blackout, so reschedule my friend Kane, so I am going to 51 00:02:59.360 --> 00:03:02.560 bring him on. Talked about building a podcast community. But I'm super excited 52 00:03:02.960 --> 00:03:07.599 to jump into the show with you and I'm actually let you do some segments 53 00:03:07.599 --> 00:03:10.400 in the first one is my new tool, time segments. So you guys 54 00:03:10.439 --> 00:03:15.439 check this out. What it's still time with creating daily all right, there 55 00:03:15.439 --> 00:03:20.199 you go. said. So you got some updates from Canava that you want 56 00:03:20.199 --> 00:03:22.599 to talk about, which I use this platform all time and I have no 57 00:03:22.680 --> 00:03:24.960 idea anything that you're about to share something. What you take it away? 58 00:03:25.560 --> 00:03:30.560 That's good. Yeah, I use Canava on the daily. I've had it 59 00:03:30.599 --> 00:03:34.159 open almost all day today and, though I'm not really good at Canava, 60 00:03:34.199 --> 00:03:37.479 are they graphic part of Canva, I do follow along for the updates. 61 00:03:37.479 --> 00:03:39.319 So they had some really cool updates happened in the last couple of months that 62 00:03:39.319 --> 00:03:43.240 I thought would be really beneficial for us to share. The first one is 63 00:03:43.240 --> 00:03:50.000 billy, that they now have fifty new IG story templates. So if you're 64 00:03:50.199 --> 00:03:53.759 using canva to create your instagram stories, if fifty new templates there. Have 65 00:03:53.800 --> 00:03:58.919 you used an IG story template? No, man, I'm probably the the 66 00:03:59.039 --> 00:04:01.039 work. You know this is talking about workflow, but I probably work dumb 67 00:04:01.080 --> 00:04:05.719 because I think I'd try to create everything from scratch with just their stuff in 68 00:04:05.759 --> 00:04:09.039 there. So I should go check that out. I can probably have a 69 00:04:09.039 --> 00:04:11.840 lot of time if I did well. It would be interesting enough. If 70 00:04:11.840 --> 00:04:15.840 anybody watching has used to any of the IG story templaton canvas, so be 71 00:04:15.879 --> 00:04:17.199 sure to chat and let us know if you've used them, if you have 72 00:04:17.240 --> 00:04:21.319 a favorite one to another one is they have some new animation updates. You 73 00:04:21.319 --> 00:04:25.240 know I've used the animation quite a bit on a couple of different things and 74 00:04:25.279 --> 00:04:28.839 making videos where you can have the graphics come in and come out, and 75 00:04:28.879 --> 00:04:33.639 so they've actually given you more control over certain elements and the duration, the 76 00:04:33.680 --> 00:04:38.360 direction, the entrance and the exits and all that. So you've got some 77 00:04:38.399 --> 00:04:42.079 new controls on the animations, which I think is really cool. And then 78 00:04:42.120 --> 00:04:46.680 a lot of people really you're probably like me with this. You discovered they 79 00:04:46.759 --> 00:04:51.160 moved the download but we discovered that's like a share button. Yeah, it's 80 00:04:51.240 --> 00:04:55.480 under the share but now and then when you do that, then you've got 81 00:04:55.519 --> 00:04:58.920 to go to the download button. So it's tripped people up for a little 82 00:04:58.959 --> 00:05:01.720 bit, but it's just important to point out it's weird that they moved it 83 00:05:01.759 --> 00:05:06.560 there, because share and download really aren't the same thing, right. Yeah, 84 00:05:06.600 --> 00:05:10.720 it's not the same things. That should be called the really dumb button 85 00:05:10.759 --> 00:05:14.399 that has a bunch of stuff under but I'm a I'm like a I'm like 86 00:05:14.439 --> 00:05:16.480 a serial clicker, so I will just click until I find stuff, so 87 00:05:16.519 --> 00:05:19.079 I don't really mind too much. But yeah, I didn't notice that and 88 00:05:19.120 --> 00:05:21.759 it did. I was like where the dumbload button? But then I saw 89 00:05:21.759 --> 00:05:26.879 the share things. So so yours. How many things have you broken by 90 00:05:26.959 --> 00:05:30.720 hitting just button after button after button, dude, a bunch of stuff like 91 00:05:30.839 --> 00:05:34.560 that's how I learned. I learned by just clicking around as fast as possible. 92 00:05:34.680 --> 00:05:36.800 We get a couple of people in the chats and hello, we got 93 00:05:36.839 --> 00:05:40.879 what's up, James Scott, good to see you. We got a friend 94 00:05:40.920 --> 00:05:44.879 over here, Brin Basham, says canvall blew up. Brin Basham's over from 95 00:05:44.879 --> 00:05:46.920 one sheet. So we're going to actually talk about that a little bit here 96 00:05:46.920 --> 00:05:50.480 in a minute. But yeah, any more updates from canva? But yeah, 97 00:05:50.480 --> 00:05:55.560 I got a couple of more. Another one is you probably been in 98 00:05:55.560 --> 00:05:57.720 the same thing I've done. You Fit. You picked a template to do 99 00:05:57.800 --> 00:06:00.079 something and then the fought you have to change the font here and change the 100 00:06:00.079 --> 00:06:05.120 font there. They actually now have a feature where you can actually change the 101 00:06:05.160 --> 00:06:10.480 font, change all the font in the entire design. So if you've got 102 00:06:10.519 --> 00:06:13.519 a branded font that you use and it comes up in some weird font, 103 00:06:13.560 --> 00:06:15.279 you can just go select the button now to change the font on all the 104 00:06:15.279 --> 00:06:19.480 template. So that's pretty cool. One of the ones that I'm really excited 105 00:06:19.480 --> 00:06:25.279 about, billy, is the audio effects. Now Canda has twenty five thousand 106 00:06:25.480 --> 00:06:29.399 audio tracks for you to choose from when you're doing audio inside your stuff. 107 00:06:29.399 --> 00:06:30.279 I know it's a lot. I didn't even know that. I didn't know 108 00:06:30.360 --> 00:06:33.319 this was an inn. Audio is the thing. Yeah, so they've got 109 00:06:33.360 --> 00:06:39.639 twenty fivezero audio tracks already built on the platform, but now they've allowing you 110 00:06:39.680 --> 00:06:44.279 to use effects with them. So now you can fade them in and fade 111 00:06:44.319 --> 00:06:47.319 them out like we do on podcast on live streams and stuff like that. 112 00:06:47.439 --> 00:06:51.439 So that's a really, really cool new feature that I'm excited about. You 113 00:06:51.480 --> 00:06:55.839 can do it in seconds and it's got a little audio bar at the top 114 00:06:55.879 --> 00:06:59.800 that shows you how to do that. And then the last one that I 115 00:06:59.800 --> 00:07:04.000 think is pretty interesting is though you can't export to this. They are allowing 116 00:07:04.120 --> 00:07:10.079 the import to Microsoft documents, so you can import a Microsoft word, a 117 00:07:10.160 --> 00:07:14.399 power point or an excel document. I'm waiting for the day, caykend, 118 00:07:14.439 --> 00:07:20.680 but if you're listening, really like the feature to download the presentations from your 119 00:07:20.680 --> 00:07:26.399 platform into powerpoint and not just to PDF. So importing them, I think, 120 00:07:26.519 --> 00:07:28.680 is the first good step. So those are some canva updates. What 121 00:07:28.720 --> 00:07:30.480 do you think, buddy? Yeah, men, I didn't know about any 122 00:07:30.519 --> 00:07:34.240 of those and I definitely didn't know about anything audio. So I pity the 123 00:07:34.279 --> 00:07:38.560 fools who listen to the show or watch it because I'm probably going to go 124 00:07:38.680 --> 00:07:42.079 ham on that, especially if it's free audio I can use. And then 125 00:07:42.120 --> 00:07:45.279 Brett. Yeah, Brent, really good points as global font change is a 126 00:07:45.360 --> 00:07:48.600 great feature to add. So I'm curious if I'm creating because I create like 127 00:07:48.720 --> 00:07:53.680 a lot of care cells in there, does it change it on every slide 128 00:07:53.800 --> 00:07:56.759 within that document? Is that what it does? Yes, so if you 129 00:07:56.800 --> 00:08:01.279 picked a care cell template that you liked and you're going to change the color 130 00:08:01.279 --> 00:08:03.920 and the graphics are out right okay, that templed had a fought to associated 131 00:08:05.040 --> 00:08:09.000 with it. So you can go into that document and you can select change 132 00:08:09.160 --> 00:08:11.360 font and change it to its every want. And if your document was ten 133 00:08:11.399 --> 00:08:16.399 pages and the default was aerial and you wanted to change it to Latto, 134 00:08:16.600 --> 00:08:18.439 then you just say change Laddo in the whole document changes. So it is 135 00:08:18.600 --> 00:08:22.920 to Brent's point. It is global change. All right, that's pretty cool, 136 00:08:22.920 --> 00:08:26.120 man. I haven't heard about that. I never heard of audio and 137 00:08:26.319 --> 00:08:30.839 not clicked around enough, apparently. So I'M gonna go check that out. 138 00:08:30.839 --> 00:08:33.960 All right. Now we're going to go to our creator highlights. No cooking 139 00:08:35.039 --> 00:08:41.039 necessary and the assembly required. It's got to be fuck all right. Today's 140 00:08:41.080 --> 00:08:43.559 creator highlight is brought you by our friends over at maving coffee. So once 141 00:08:43.600 --> 00:08:50.120 again, go to maving coffeecom to get that award winning microlot Columbian Coffee. 142 00:08:50.200 --> 00:08:52.279 It is a beautiful, beautiful coffee. I been drinking it all days, 143 00:08:52.279 --> 00:08:56.799 since five. AM actually some pretty excited about that. Or if you're in 144 00:08:56.799 --> 00:09:00.360 the Wilmington, North Carolina area, head over to their express so bar. 145 00:09:00.559 --> 00:09:03.960 I always want to say express so but it's spread, spread. I need 146 00:09:03.000 --> 00:09:07.000 to change that word, as need to say coffee bar or whatever. So 147 00:09:07.039 --> 00:09:11.120 anyway, go check those guys out and then our creator highlight today is going 148 00:09:11.200 --> 00:09:16.399 to Ross brand. He's a live streaming strategist at live stream universe and podcast 149 00:09:16.440 --> 00:09:20.480 host of live stream deals and he does several other things in the content creation 150 00:09:20.559 --> 00:09:24.960 space, but his main goals are to health content creators entrepreneurs monetize their talent 151 00:09:24.039 --> 00:09:28.360 expertise. Would all like to make a little money. He'll brand sell their 152 00:09:28.360 --> 00:09:31.759 products and services. All we all like to make a little money and then 153 00:09:31.840 --> 00:09:35.200 also help live streamers with hosting, promotion, gear and show development. So 154 00:09:35.240 --> 00:09:39.639 if you you know, have questions about how do I create a livestream show, 155 00:09:39.679 --> 00:09:41.720 this guy's going to be the guy for you. So go check him 156 00:09:41.720 --> 00:09:46.600 out. One sheet dot pro Ross brand, and that is the number one 157 00:09:46.639 --> 00:09:50.480 sheet pro Ross brand, and and go check him out. So yeah, 158 00:09:50.519 --> 00:09:52.799 yeah, said. I don't know if you know Ross or not, but 159 00:09:52.639 --> 00:09:56.320 super, super good guy, always helping people out when it comes to content 160 00:09:56.399 --> 00:10:00.440 creation. So yeah, I do not know him, but I've read his 161 00:10:00.519 --> 00:10:03.840 profile a couple of times to such pretty cool. I'm just waiting for the 162 00:10:03.919 --> 00:10:07.159 day that I can get up the rankings in one sheet, prose so that 163 00:10:07.159 --> 00:10:11.440 I can get ahead of you, because that's my goal. Not Happening because 164 00:10:11.440 --> 00:10:13.919 you know why I'm because everybody listening or watch he's going to go to one 165 00:10:13.960 --> 00:10:18.080 sheet, procom Billy Thorpe, or once she got pro slash billy doors, 166 00:10:18.120 --> 00:10:20.759 and I'm going to keep me in number one and I'm going to head over 167 00:10:20.799 --> 00:10:22.759 to Youtube and drop mine in the chat real quick. Everybody Click on my 168 00:10:22.799 --> 00:10:28.960 link. Okay, whatever, said, whatever, you're not going to get 169 00:10:28.039 --> 00:10:31.360 number one. I mean there's some people creeping up, coming fast. So 170 00:10:31.399 --> 00:10:33.519 I get I got to get on it. You guys got to go check 171 00:10:33.559 --> 00:10:39.000 it out. So I get a new I get a new little a little 172 00:10:39.039 --> 00:10:41.360 segment just for Fridays. Said, I didn't even tell you about this. 173 00:10:41.399 --> 00:10:45.960 You don't even know about it, but it's kind of cool and so I'm 174 00:10:46.000 --> 00:10:48.679 going to play. It's called take this and it's the takeaways from this week 175 00:10:48.759 --> 00:10:58.879 of episodes. Ask Your community. Do they want product? You know, 176 00:10:58.159 --> 00:11:03.960 when you have that process of creating consistently, then you can get into the 177 00:11:03.960 --> 00:11:09.159 repurposing game and you go back in and you figure out, okay, what 178 00:11:09.240 --> 00:11:11.440 can I make from the things that I've already made? So that's really how 179 00:11:11.480 --> 00:11:18.279 I look at I look at every piece of content as really like an opportunity, 180 00:11:18.360 --> 00:11:20.799 like what else could I do with it? You know, it's really 181 00:11:20.879 --> 00:11:26.440 it's like an asset. Queen Nielsen, I believe it's ninety three percent of 182 00:11:26.440 --> 00:11:31.039 the United States Americans listen to radio daily. So that's still a huge number. 183 00:11:31.080 --> 00:11:33.600 If you want to get in front of a large audience, it's a 184 00:11:33.600 --> 00:11:37.679 great way. And for all those who say radio is dead, look, 185 00:11:37.039 --> 00:11:41.600 I'm glad to hear that because that means more money for me and more slice 186 00:11:41.639 --> 00:11:43.960 their pipe for me because, be honest with you, most of the sponsor 187 00:11:43.080 --> 00:11:52.240 chip comes from radio. All right, so there is my take this all 188 00:11:52.279 --> 00:11:54.799 the takeaway. You know, some of the takeaways. Such a such a 189 00:11:54.840 --> 00:11:58.960 good week of episodes and content. Man, these guys and gals that come 190 00:11:58.000 --> 00:12:01.200 on the show or like superior. I mean they're just amazing content creator. 191 00:12:01.320 --> 00:12:03.440 So I decided, you know, what I should put to get a little 192 00:12:03.480 --> 00:12:07.279 highlight real every week. I liked it. It was really great. For 193 00:12:07.320 --> 00:12:09.720 the first time I saw all of the all of the episodes, except for 194 00:12:09.799 --> 00:12:13.159 John's episode. Don't have to go back and watch it on Youtube. It's 195 00:12:13.200 --> 00:12:16.720 good, but yeah, I bet it was. He's a great guy. 196 00:12:16.720 --> 00:12:20.080 So yeah, I like that little clip. That's a great, great insertion 197 00:12:20.240 --> 00:12:22.519 to Friday's episode. Yeah, man, it's fun and I thought, you 198 00:12:22.559 --> 00:12:26.720 know what'd be fun to go back and if people are curious or whatever, 199 00:12:26.759 --> 00:12:28.399 and those weren't you know, once again, I go through and I just 200 00:12:28.440 --> 00:12:31.559 kind of clip out stuff and that really resonate with me. But there might. 201 00:12:31.600 --> 00:12:35.399 I mean there's tons of content from this past week. I mean you're 202 00:12:35.399 --> 00:12:39.360 talking thirty fourty five minutes and takes a lot to organize this kind of stuff, 203 00:12:39.360 --> 00:12:41.720 man. So, you know, maybe I can learn some stuff today 204 00:12:41.799 --> 00:12:46.360 from your content creation workflow. We'll talk about mine a little bit and if 205 00:12:46.360 --> 00:12:50.279 anybody once again in the in the chat or watching on facebook, Youtube, 206 00:12:50.279 --> 00:12:54.279 Bull Horn, if you have any questions comments, feel free to leave them. 207 00:12:54.320 --> 00:12:58.240 You can have your you know, ten seconds of fame. I'll put 208 00:12:58.279 --> 00:13:01.360 it on the screen or whatever. It's always a good time. So so, 209 00:13:01.480 --> 00:13:03.879 man, let's you'll be into it in the first thing I want to 210 00:13:03.919 --> 00:13:07.639 talk about said is some organizational tools. You know, I think I think 211 00:13:07.639 --> 00:13:11.360 a lot of times content creators, or myself, I'm always worried about like 212 00:13:11.919 --> 00:13:16.240 what's the title, what's the subject? What's the content? But, you 213 00:13:16.320 --> 00:13:18.879 know, or if I'm inspired, but then it's like where do I keep 214 00:13:18.919 --> 00:13:22.039 all this information. So I guess my first tip with, you know, 215 00:13:22.080 --> 00:13:26.519 with content creation workflows, like have a place for your ideas to live in 216 00:13:26.559 --> 00:13:31.720 a system to bring them to life. So well, what's kind of your 217 00:13:31.720 --> 00:13:33.519 process when you're organizing? What do you use? Like? Oh, I 218 00:13:33.559 --> 00:13:37.799 mean use like White Board, a notebook, don't. You're that guy. 219 00:13:37.159 --> 00:13:41.480 So if you're going to be rude like that, I can exit the live 220 00:13:41.559 --> 00:13:48.559 stream like really quick here. Okay, so I mean no dad jokes. 221 00:13:48.559 --> 00:13:50.519 Okay, say crayons, but you know I gave you. I give you 222 00:13:50.559 --> 00:13:54.519 white baby. Yeah, see how this I see how this day is going 223 00:13:54.559 --> 00:14:00.320 to go, billy. So organizational tool as well, I use a couple 224 00:14:00.399 --> 00:14:05.080 of them. I do use a click up as a it's a project manament 225 00:14:05.120 --> 00:14:09.919 type software. It has some options in it, so I'll use click up 226 00:14:09.000 --> 00:14:13.519 to go in and add topics, kind of big category topics that I like. 227 00:14:13.080 --> 00:14:16.919 But the reality is I used a couple of other things too. So 228 00:14:18.440 --> 00:14:20.080 I don't know about you, billy, but content ideas come to me at 229 00:14:20.120 --> 00:14:26.039 the strangest times, like like then drive me. Yeah, like it's just 230 00:14:26.080 --> 00:14:30.000 like strange time. So yeah, it's right. So if I'm where I 231 00:14:30.000 --> 00:14:33.320 have my phone with me. I'll go, I will grab the voice notes 232 00:14:33.399 --> 00:14:37.000 and I'll leave a voice note to myself about the topic before I forget it, 233 00:14:37.039 --> 00:14:41.679 because I have proven to myself that I forget the content more than I 234 00:14:41.679 --> 00:14:45.240 remember the content. So I use voice note. So clickups first, then 235 00:14:45.320 --> 00:14:50.120 voice notes. But to your dad joke that you just mentioned, yes, 236 00:14:50.159 --> 00:14:56.879 I do use old school journal to yeah, you did called it. I 237 00:14:56.000 --> 00:15:01.840 called it. You did tell her at a little plastin. Actually, does 238 00:15:01.919 --> 00:15:07.120 my road caster work here? No, you're really kind here. My normal 239 00:15:07.320 --> 00:15:11.080 I can't hear your noise. And Dang it, because I got a noise 240 00:15:11.200 --> 00:15:16.679 for you, but it just don't work. Yeah, okay, so, 241 00:15:18.600 --> 00:15:20.480 but I do. I do use an oak a journal where I write down 242 00:15:20.480 --> 00:15:24.480 ideas and then most recently, one of the things I started to do, 243 00:15:24.600 --> 00:15:28.720 and is I've been working in a canva document, but with content, and 244 00:15:28.759 --> 00:15:33.279 I've been putting ideas in Canva, like broad ideas, and then under the 245 00:15:33.279 --> 00:15:37.120 broad idea I'll break down like, let's say, I come up with, 246 00:15:37.960 --> 00:15:39.639 you know, big topic and I look at this topic, it okay, 247 00:15:39.679 --> 00:15:43.720 what can I create content wise under this topic, and then I'll just start 248 00:15:43.720 --> 00:15:46.480 putting things in. So actually have just recently started doing that. So I 249 00:15:46.559 --> 00:15:50.320 got a lot of places. I'm capturing it. I'm trying to centralize it 250 00:15:50.399 --> 00:15:52.039 all into this canva documents. What I'm trying to do? All right, 251 00:15:52.120 --> 00:15:56.279 yeah, that's pretty cool, man. So I use I get it. 252 00:15:56.279 --> 00:15:58.639 I got to look at a CANVA document. Is that like made? Is 253 00:15:58.679 --> 00:16:02.679 like an ideas list template or just a no, tell you, what I 254 00:16:02.720 --> 00:16:07.279 do is I just took a presentation and I'm I'm so, basically, billy, 255 00:16:07.279 --> 00:16:10.080 I have a documented canva. It's a presentation document, can but this's 256 00:16:10.120 --> 00:16:15.879 blank and I'm creating my content strategy there. And so I decided to add 257 00:16:15.879 --> 00:16:21.679 content buckets and then, after the content buckets, I decided to start adding 258 00:16:21.799 --> 00:16:26.360 topics and then breaking them down. So basically I'm doing this for my va 259 00:16:26.519 --> 00:16:30.080 to helps me with some of the content creations. So I will fully admit 260 00:16:30.200 --> 00:16:36.200 I can come up with the ideas all day long, but graphically I can't 261 00:16:36.200 --> 00:16:41.039 make it look good. I suck at that graphics part can but right even 262 00:16:41.080 --> 00:16:45.240 with canvas, suck at the Graphics Park. So what I'm doing is but 263 00:16:45.320 --> 00:16:48.440 creating this document so it's got my buckets, and what my buckets is sales. 264 00:16:48.559 --> 00:16:52.960 So then on the next page I say sales, here's my bucket, 265 00:16:52.960 --> 00:16:56.320 and then what are my ideas? So my big picture ideas, and then 266 00:16:56.399 --> 00:16:59.720 under that I put down the little or the smaller ideas that I can then 267 00:16:59.960 --> 00:17:02.919 create content on. That makes sense? Yeah, now, that makes sense 268 00:17:02.960 --> 00:17:06.519 and I'd probably do something similar, like in trello. So if anybody was 269 00:17:06.559 --> 00:17:08.640 what Trillo is, it's basically just like, you know, a main card 270 00:17:08.759 --> 00:17:12.480 with cards under it or remain section with cards in it, and then you 271 00:17:12.480 --> 00:17:17.440 can move those through the content creation process. And so that's what I do. 272 00:17:17.440 --> 00:17:19.440 I have like an idea section that I have, a scheduled to produce, 273 00:17:19.480 --> 00:17:23.799 shoot, record or whatever section. I have a recorded, produced, 274 00:17:23.920 --> 00:17:29.440 section, edited, section published, section, marketing, you know, checklist, 275 00:17:29.480 --> 00:17:30.799 all that kind of stuff, and you can put all those little checklist 276 00:17:30.880 --> 00:17:34.000 in there, and I think this is one of the things that if I 277 00:17:34.039 --> 00:17:40.039 look at my content creation strategy, especially being a daily Creator where I'm doing 278 00:17:40.079 --> 00:17:44.759 a daily live show, is I get to stay hyper focused or, you 279 00:17:44.799 --> 00:17:48.200 know, it's just like doing the the elementary things you know all the time. 280 00:17:48.279 --> 00:17:53.119 It's like consistent application of elementary things. Is what's keeping me afloat mentally 281 00:17:55.039 --> 00:17:57.240 to be able to show up every day and create, but then also with 282 00:17:57.279 --> 00:18:00.839 my you know, I get a fishing show, just lauch, a membership 283 00:18:00.839 --> 00:18:04.640 show, and so we are like constantly just pushing, you know, information 284 00:18:04.680 --> 00:18:08.079 and data and trying to continue to to stay on top of it. And 285 00:18:08.119 --> 00:18:11.440 then I was like, Oh, I'm going to do this daily show. 286 00:18:11.559 --> 00:18:14.480 So here I am doing that as well, which is one of the funnest 287 00:18:14.480 --> 00:18:15.599 projects I've ever done, by the way, like I really love it. 288 00:18:15.680 --> 00:18:22.279 So so tip number one from US guys is to get you some type of 289 00:18:22.359 --> 00:18:26.240 organizational system. I think that would be the number one thing because, like 290 00:18:26.319 --> 00:18:30.400 Sid said, you get inspired at the weirdest times and have a system to 291 00:18:30.440 --> 00:18:34.759 capture the inspiration, either voice mail notes, text yourself, email yourself. 292 00:18:34.759 --> 00:18:37.759 I do all those things, like I'll text myself, I'll email myself. 293 00:18:37.839 --> 00:18:41.559 You know, I'll do the voice message, because I can't tell you how 294 00:18:41.599 --> 00:18:44.799 many times, man, I've walked away from the lawnmower and been like Oh, 295 00:18:44.839 --> 00:18:45.839 what was that thought again, that was good, that was a great 296 00:18:45.880 --> 00:18:48.960 show, like, oh my gosh, I can't believe it. So yeah, 297 00:18:49.000 --> 00:18:55.799 so get some organizational tools. Now, when we're talking about organizing ideas, 298 00:18:55.880 --> 00:19:00.160 are you solely just sitting around drinking cups of coffee and looking out the 299 00:19:00.160 --> 00:19:04.680 window and and hoping inspiration comes, or what's your process for finding some ideas? 300 00:19:04.720 --> 00:19:07.799 WHOA, this is a really great question about so finding the idea. 301 00:19:08.000 --> 00:19:15.519 So what's interesting about this is that most of the ideas that I have come 302 00:19:15.640 --> 00:19:18.920 early in the morning, and I don't know why, that seems to be 303 00:19:19.160 --> 00:19:23.720 my most creative time. And a lot of times they come because in the 304 00:19:23.720 --> 00:19:27.960 mornings, billy, is when I read and when I listen to podcast. 305 00:19:29.200 --> 00:19:33.160 So that's when a lot of them come. Like I hear like A, 306 00:19:33.519 --> 00:19:38.359 I don't listen to your podcast because it's not worth listening to. But well, 307 00:19:38.400 --> 00:19:42.079 I think this would be a great time to introduce my what the hell 308 00:19:42.119 --> 00:19:47.240 can my reaction Cam Right? And, by the way, if you like 309 00:19:47.319 --> 00:19:48.440 this reaction in the show, you can buy me a coffee, because that's 310 00:19:48.440 --> 00:19:52.039 there. I might as well mention it all. Right, back to your 311 00:19:52.279 --> 00:19:55.920 I love that you're trying new I love you trying new tricks here. That, 312 00:19:56.039 --> 00:19:59.119 well, I just literally made that up. I was inspired. Instead 313 00:19:59.119 --> 00:20:00.880 of making a note, I thought I'm just taking media action because I knew 314 00:20:00.920 --> 00:20:06.079 I had a camera hooked up. So there we go. So back to 315 00:20:06.119 --> 00:20:10.079 the question at hand. The when I'm listening to other people talk, I 316 00:20:10.119 --> 00:20:12.559 have ideas, like I'll hear them say something I don't think, oh well, 317 00:20:12.559 --> 00:20:17.680 what about this or what about that? Or my opinion might be different, 318 00:20:18.039 --> 00:20:21.799 or maybe it's similar but yet a little bit different than the opinion I'm 319 00:20:21.799 --> 00:20:23.720 listening to, and so that's when I get a lot of inspiration. So 320 00:20:23.759 --> 00:20:27.240 I'll write things down listening to podcast in the same thing with reading. I'll 321 00:20:27.279 --> 00:20:30.319 be reading something like who, I really agree with this? or well, 322 00:20:30.359 --> 00:20:33.559 this person, I don't agree with this at all, and then I want 323 00:20:33.559 --> 00:20:37.480 to be sure that I can capture that content as well. So that's when 324 00:20:37.519 --> 00:20:41.799 I'm most inspired to do things. And then the third time would be when 325 00:20:41.799 --> 00:20:45.400 I'm driving. Date. It's all the time when I'm driving. Yeah, 326 00:20:45.440 --> 00:20:48.200 I don't know why. That road noise, man, that road noises and 327 00:20:48.279 --> 00:20:53.680 a gay bring something. Please, don't Kiss Cam. Yeah, no, 328 00:20:53.799 --> 00:20:57.920 kiss can brand. No, don't worry, that's gonna come up next. 329 00:20:57.920 --> 00:21:02.200 The Kiss Kim, Kiss Cam. It's gonna be ride here just like a 330 00:21:02.279 --> 00:21:07.599 Gopro hanging off my face. That's given. Well, I like that, 331 00:21:07.680 --> 00:21:10.920 you know, and that was my thing, dude. I was always this 332 00:21:10.960 --> 00:21:15.960 person where early on in my creator life, I guess I was always this 333 00:21:15.039 --> 00:21:21.680 person who thought I had to have this original idea of this original concept, 334 00:21:21.720 --> 00:21:25.599 and maybe I could. It's like it I just had to be. It 335 00:21:25.640 --> 00:21:27.480 had to be from billy right, it couldn't be from anywhere else. And 336 00:21:27.519 --> 00:21:30.720 then one time I met the guy and he said, dude, there's nothing 337 00:21:30.799 --> 00:21:34.119 new really under the Sun. Like you can really I mean you can dig 338 00:21:34.240 --> 00:21:38.039 is want as much you want to and inspiration or whatever, but somebody probably 339 00:21:38.680 --> 00:21:44.039 whatever you say, someone inspired that encourage that maybe it's a spin off of 340 00:21:44.119 --> 00:21:48.000 something. and He, like in that moment, really gave me permission to 341 00:21:48.119 --> 00:21:51.200 say, Hey, it's okay to react to certain types of content, it's 342 00:21:51.240 --> 00:21:55.759 okay to share something that you've learned and put, you know, your perspective 343 00:21:55.839 --> 00:21:59.119 on it or how it's change your life or whatever. And I think sometimes 344 00:21:59.119 --> 00:22:02.440 when it comes to idea generation, that we're always like, you know, 345 00:22:02.519 --> 00:22:03.839 like, well, I'm not going to say everyone, but for me anyway, 346 00:22:03.880 --> 00:22:07.680 I struggled with this a lot as a creator. Mentally to say, 347 00:22:07.720 --> 00:22:11.880 well, if I say what this person said, then it's not really from 348 00:22:11.920 --> 00:22:15.599 me and so therefore it's not authentic. But the authenticity is what this person 349 00:22:15.640 --> 00:22:21.079 said change my life or change my perspective or gave me inspiration. I learned 350 00:22:21.079 --> 00:22:25.440 from it and now I can filter that through through who I am and share 351 00:22:25.480 --> 00:22:27.799 that as well. So, you know, I would say don't don't be 352 00:22:27.839 --> 00:22:30.599 afraid, because we're going to I'm going to even some tools real quick into 353 00:22:30.680 --> 00:22:34.319 my ideas of how to generate some ideas, and so the first one would 354 00:22:34.359 --> 00:22:38.440 be to you know, one is like what instry or what nits are you 355 00:22:38.519 --> 00:22:42.160 in and what are people asking you directly about? I mean, people ask 356 00:22:42.160 --> 00:22:45.440 me about podcasting in live streaming all the time. So, once again, 357 00:22:45.440 --> 00:22:49.799 that ideas system. Just plug those questions in and answer those questions on your 358 00:22:49.799 --> 00:22:55.359 podcast, your live show or whatever. So I think that's a good one. 359 00:22:55.400 --> 00:22:57.640 So if you guys have any questions, be sure to put q colon 360 00:22:57.759 --> 00:23:02.000 in the question thing and we'll answer any questions we can about any of those 361 00:23:02.039 --> 00:23:06.960 live stream content creations, things or whatever. Is there any other places that 362 00:23:07.000 --> 00:23:11.200 you go to? said that, you're like kind of digging in where your 363 00:23:11.200 --> 00:23:14.480 communities hanging out, trying to figure out what's the pain points and what can 364 00:23:14.480 --> 00:23:18.640 you speak to? So I think it's always good to listen to his you 365 00:23:18.640 --> 00:23:22.559 said, ability to your audience, to your customer Avatar, if you will, 366 00:23:22.599 --> 00:23:26.039 and hear the questions they're asking for. You can get that in a 367 00:23:26.119 --> 00:23:27.640 variety different places. I mean, obviously you can get it on places like 368 00:23:27.680 --> 00:23:33.960 clubhouse or twitter spaces. You could see it in real life on places like 369 00:23:33.000 --> 00:23:37.759 Linkedin or even instagram, right. But one of the things that I really 370 00:23:37.799 --> 00:23:42.559 like to do when it comes to coming up with content is I like to 371 00:23:42.599 --> 00:23:48.119 listen to myself, and I mean by that is so many times we don't 372 00:23:48.240 --> 00:23:52.160 realize some of the personality. Number two, come on in please, I 373 00:23:52.160 --> 00:23:57.720 need you eight sit number three, come in, talk to me. I'm 374 00:23:57.799 --> 00:24:02.599 sorry to write myself right beside me now, but think about it for a 375 00:24:02.599 --> 00:24:06.599 second. A lot of times we don't realize some of the things that we 376 00:24:06.640 --> 00:24:10.640 say and how good or how powerful some of the things we say are. 377 00:24:10.960 --> 00:24:17.440 So I will go back and listen to episodes of podcast that I've been interviewed 378 00:24:17.480 --> 00:24:22.200 on or listen to clubhouse rooms where I've been on and I'll listen with the 379 00:24:22.240 --> 00:24:26.839 intent to capture directly something that I've said that I don't realize that I sat 380 00:24:26.960 --> 00:24:30.920 in a reaction to somebody like you asking me a question makes sense. That 381 00:24:32.039 --> 00:24:34.319 makes sense. I bet you could probably go clip what you just said and 382 00:24:34.440 --> 00:24:37.039 use it, because it's good. Probably could. Can I have this video? 383 00:24:37.079 --> 00:24:41.799 I'll send it out ten to ten t have it transcribed and whatever you 384 00:24:41.839 --> 00:24:44.720 need to whatever you need. Well, I mean, I think that's a 385 00:24:44.759 --> 00:24:47.480 good I think that's a good thing to go back and you should be. 386 00:24:47.519 --> 00:24:49.599 If you're not, if you, as a content creator, or we as 387 00:24:49.640 --> 00:24:53.160 content creators, not going back and listening to our own content, you know, 388 00:24:53.279 --> 00:24:56.960 one from a quality, you know, quality control perspective and trying to 389 00:24:57.000 --> 00:25:00.319 get you know, I listen to every show back. I'm uploading it right 390 00:25:00.359 --> 00:25:03.759 afterward, I'm listening to it while I'm doing all the work of the marketing 391 00:25:03.759 --> 00:25:07.519 materials, all that kind of stuff, and I'm listening because I want to 392 00:25:07.599 --> 00:25:08.720 learn, I want to be better, I want to get better, but 393 00:25:08.759 --> 00:25:11.039 also, you know, similar to what you just said. I don't take 394 00:25:11.079 --> 00:25:14.440 notes on it, but maybe I should, because there are sometimes I'm like 395 00:25:14.920 --> 00:25:17.160 wow, man, that's like really good, dude, like I five, 396 00:25:17.160 --> 00:25:19.519 like your subconsciences is really coming out there, you know, or whatever. 397 00:25:19.599 --> 00:25:23.000 You know, how I discovered this billy was somebody reached out to me. 398 00:25:23.480 --> 00:25:27.519 Somebody reached out to me and said I just listen to this podcast episode with 399 00:25:27.559 --> 00:25:33.039 you and what you said about Blah was really powerful. And then that somebody 400 00:25:33.039 --> 00:25:36.279 else reteks me just actually last week, when I was in a clubhouse stream 401 00:25:36.319 --> 00:25:40.079 about leadership in this lady sent me a message. It said I just listen 402 00:25:40.119 --> 00:25:41.960 to the replay where you were talking about boom, about leadership. I just 403 00:25:42.000 --> 00:25:47.519 want you to know how in alignment I am with your beliefs about leadership, 404 00:25:47.759 --> 00:25:51.799 and I was like, I need to go listen again to make sure I 405 00:25:51.839 --> 00:25:55.920 capture it, because content creation is not just doing this. We all talk 406 00:25:56.000 --> 00:25:59.839 about the different types of content creations. A content, piece of content you 407 00:25:59.880 --> 00:26:03.400 can create is a picture of you with a quote that you said. Yeah, 408 00:26:03.400 --> 00:26:07.240 and if it's just five words, that's a piece of content, and 409 00:26:07.279 --> 00:26:10.759 then you write some copy to go with it and then you post it a 410 00:26:10.759 --> 00:26:15.559 few places and all of a sudden you've repurposed what your own words right, 411 00:26:15.599 --> 00:26:18.440 and so that's how I discovered that I need to do more of this. 412 00:26:18.759 --> 00:26:21.759 Yeah, that's a good practice, man. That's a good I think it's 413 00:26:21.799 --> 00:26:25.160 a good tip for everybody to go back and check out your stuff and take 414 00:26:25.200 --> 00:26:27.720 notes on what on what you say, and take that content repurpose it out. 415 00:26:27.720 --> 00:26:30.720 I think it's a great a great suggestion, and one of the places 416 00:26:30.759 --> 00:26:34.880 I run too often is facebook groups. Like I'm a part of a lot 417 00:26:34.920 --> 00:26:38.559 of facebook groups in the different worlds I'm living in and creating content in, 418 00:26:38.920 --> 00:26:44.240 if it's fishing or if it's podcasting or whatever. I'm curious about what the 419 00:26:44.279 --> 00:26:48.519 industry is doing. I'm curious what you know really in my situation for podcasting 420 00:26:48.519 --> 00:26:52.079 and live streaming, like, how can I help other people? And so 421 00:26:52.119 --> 00:26:56.720 I go into clubhouse groups and I figure out, you know, I can 422 00:26:56.799 --> 00:27:00.400 quickly, I mean very quickly, see if somebody ask a question and if 423 00:27:00.440 --> 00:27:03.640 that topic is popular, because you'll have, you know, depending on the 424 00:27:03.640 --> 00:27:07.000 size group, you might have fifty other people going yeah, yeah, me 425 00:27:07.119 --> 00:27:08.640 too, me too, me too, and then, you know, create 426 00:27:08.680 --> 00:27:14.039 some a piece of content about that and then go back and share with those 427 00:27:14.079 --> 00:27:17.839 people, maybe privately if that a group doesn't allow you to share, but 428 00:27:17.960 --> 00:27:21.200 share with them privately. Hey, I have some thoughts about this. I 429 00:27:21.240 --> 00:27:23.519 actually saw this post. I went back, I created an episode about it 430 00:27:23.559 --> 00:27:26.519 and I wanted to share it with you. Maybe you'll give you another perspective, 431 00:27:26.559 --> 00:27:30.400 because it's a lot easier for me to create this type of content, 432 00:27:30.480 --> 00:27:34.240 video, audio, then it is for me to like write up a mini 433 00:27:34.279 --> 00:27:38.880 blog article on a facebook group. And so one I've I've answered a question, 434 00:27:38.920 --> 00:27:41.519 I've hopefully helped somebody and then too, I've created a piece of content 435 00:27:41.519 --> 00:27:45.400 out of it and shared it with potentially a new listener that may discover my 436 00:27:45.440 --> 00:27:48.839 show. So that's a great idea. I've never thought about going into facebook 437 00:27:48.880 --> 00:27:52.000 groups to do that. So that's a really cool idea. Yeah, man, 438 00:27:52.079 --> 00:27:53.960 I think you got to be. You know, it's always one of 439 00:27:53.960 --> 00:27:56.960 those things where it's like, okay, you got, don't be a spammer, 440 00:27:57.000 --> 00:28:00.680 but you know, really, but going there, and I probably only 441 00:28:00.640 --> 00:28:03.440 message and by billy is we're saying, yeah, don't we spend by myself, 442 00:28:03.440 --> 00:28:06.759 my second and third self. I don't want to be spamed by those 443 00:28:06.759 --> 00:28:11.119 guys. So so me, N I don't know if you know me. 444 00:28:11.279 --> 00:28:15.960 You're not from club. Seen Him Club House and see seen him here. 445 00:28:15.000 --> 00:28:18.160 We haven't actually met IRL, but yes, I know who he is. 446 00:28:18.240 --> 00:28:22.880 So he is the ultimate fan of the show and the ultimate troll of the 447 00:28:22.880 --> 00:28:26.319 show. So He's both in one on how that's possible, but he says 448 00:28:26.319 --> 00:28:32.880 it's age comes with wisdom. Listen to yourself as good I like it. 449 00:28:32.960 --> 00:28:36.400 So I'M gonna have hidly goes. Some love for my age is thank you, 450 00:28:36.480 --> 00:28:38.160 knee. I appreciate the love for my age, because billy was trashed 451 00:28:38.240 --> 00:28:41.279 me a few minutes ago. So I would never do that to my kid. 452 00:28:41.440 --> 00:28:45.839 Whatever. Talking about trash. My guest, Co host as donating his 453 00:28:45.920 --> 00:28:49.160 time to come here and make my show better. Why would I ever do 454 00:28:49.240 --> 00:28:55.119 that? It's truth. Yes, absolutely great question. So a couple other 455 00:28:55.160 --> 00:28:56.839 resources, and I know you use some of these two that we got in 456 00:28:56.880 --> 00:29:00.240 our notes. Well, maybe you've used them. I know we've talked about 457 00:29:00.240 --> 00:29:03.359 them before. But you use answer the public quite often. I know you 458 00:29:03.359 --> 00:29:07.319 know about it. Yes, I have a used answer the public a few 459 00:29:07.359 --> 00:29:12.160 times. It's expensive, so I don't subscribe to it. So you get 460 00:29:12.200 --> 00:29:17.319 two free searches a day. So I will if there's something really really burning 461 00:29:17.359 --> 00:29:19.400 I want to know about, I'll go out there and see what what Google 462 00:29:19.440 --> 00:29:22.039 has to say about or what answer the public has to say that Google had 463 00:29:22.079 --> 00:29:26.400 to say about it. Yeah, I'm in Google's I mean the phenomenal place 464 00:29:26.480 --> 00:29:29.839 to obviously. Just go type in your question and you'll probably find a blog 465 00:29:29.920 --> 00:29:33.240 or a forum or whatever, and you can go very quickly once again learn 466 00:29:33.240 --> 00:29:38.640 what people are doing. So only is saying yeah, so anyway, I 467 00:29:38.720 --> 00:29:42.119 won't get into it when yeah. So anyway, that was a facebook group 468 00:29:42.200 --> 00:29:45.480 last night. He said I was a snake oil salesman and change the name 469 00:29:45.559 --> 00:29:48.400 my show from creating for money to creating daily, and I'm like, no, 470 00:29:48.559 --> 00:29:52.720 I still have creating for money and thanks a lot for things. Snake 471 00:29:52.759 --> 00:29:56.440 oil. You go ask all the people have made thousands of dollars by my 472 00:29:56.480 --> 00:29:59.400 coaching knee and see if they think it's snake oil. So, anyway, 473 00:29:59.440 --> 00:30:00.960 I'll leave it here. I'm actually with me. I thought you got rid 474 00:30:02.000 --> 00:30:04.079 of creating for money. No, I just hit the pause. Creating daily 475 00:30:04.119 --> 00:30:07.720 replaced it. I hit the pause button so I can hit go alive button 476 00:30:07.759 --> 00:30:11.400 every day. So hit the pause button on two weeks I can go lie 477 00:30:11.400 --> 00:30:15.279 but it's still up there. It's still have super valuable information on it and 478 00:30:15.680 --> 00:30:18.680 I'm just pussing your chops. I knew it whenever you gone away. It's 479 00:30:18.720 --> 00:30:22.920 a lot. Thanks a lot. Another day too. So we have into 480 00:30:22.960 --> 00:30:29.240 the public and then there's a website that I came across called title Generatorcom. 481 00:30:29.279 --> 00:30:33.519 So this really isn't like a place for people to go like ask questions or 482 00:30:33.519 --> 00:30:37.039 anything, but it's if I'm coming up with you know, like podcasting whatever, 483 00:30:37.039 --> 00:30:41.400 I can go put in podcasting into this title generator and then it just 484 00:30:41.599 --> 00:30:47.839 brings up like all kinds of different potential titles, like ten ways to grow 485 00:30:47.880 --> 00:30:51.480 your podcasts, eighty ways to you know whatever. Like it pulls in those 486 00:30:51.519 --> 00:30:55.079 ideas, so then you can get the title and kind of work backwards, 487 00:30:55.119 --> 00:30:56.480 if you will. So right, say the name of that site again, 488 00:30:56.519 --> 00:31:03.279 billy. It's called title Generatorcom, and I was thinking if I had I 489 00:31:03.359 --> 00:31:07.559 don't. I don't have a way to pull it up here because I have 490 00:31:07.640 --> 00:31:10.279 a different window open at a different size. But I know this. I'M 491 00:31:10.279 --> 00:31:11.680 gonna go check it out. That's a great tip. I like that. 492 00:31:11.680 --> 00:31:15.640 I'm going to go see what is it free? It's free. Yeah, 493 00:31:15.720 --> 00:31:18.599 as far as I know. I'm it. Did several searches on it and 494 00:31:18.640 --> 00:31:22.839 whatnot. So also check out this. I get this a little see if 495 00:31:22.839 --> 00:31:26.720 it'll work here. Yeah, I got this bullhorn questions in chat on so 496 00:31:27.240 --> 00:31:32.880 Ryan Simnel said when starting a podcast, how many show topic content subject is 497 00:31:32.920 --> 00:31:37.799 good list to start with? That's a pretty good question. So when you're 498 00:31:37.839 --> 00:31:41.039 starting your podcast, how many show topics, content subject is good to start 499 00:31:41.119 --> 00:31:45.759 with? I will start out and I don't know about you said, but 500 00:31:45.799 --> 00:31:49.680 I try to have at least you know, I'm trying to think of this 501 00:31:49.720 --> 00:31:52.960 way because I'm started podcasting so long that I didn't know what I was doing 502 00:31:53.000 --> 00:31:56.880 up front or you know, I had to like really brainstorm it. But 503 00:31:56.920 --> 00:32:00.359 I will start with those different kind of like when I started a podcast that 504 00:32:00.440 --> 00:32:04.960 was about podcasting and live streaming, I had like the tech stuff, I 505 00:32:05.000 --> 00:32:08.480 had like the monetization stuff, I had like the marketing stuff, the growth. 506 00:32:08.559 --> 00:32:13.559 So I'll kind of do four or five high level topics and then I'll 507 00:32:13.599 --> 00:32:16.799 do what said talked about earlier with those little content buckets and kind of so 508 00:32:16.839 --> 00:32:22.319 start out with four five high level topics and then break those down into you 509 00:32:22.359 --> 00:32:24.960 know, like subtopics or whatever, and you can break that down as many 510 00:32:25.000 --> 00:32:30.279 times as you want to create because you can always dive deep into you know, 511 00:32:30.359 --> 00:32:34.559 this is my this is one of my problems is I don't sometimes I'll 512 00:32:34.599 --> 00:32:37.359 go like hey, let's talk about monetization. I want to talk about every 513 00:32:37.359 --> 00:32:40.559 way I've ever monetize something because I'm so excited about it. But I literally 514 00:32:40.559 --> 00:32:46.079 could be like monetization, sponsorships, sponsorships. Then break that down to outreach, 515 00:32:46.119 --> 00:32:50.480 break that down to brainstorming, break that down to you know, all 516 00:32:50.519 --> 00:32:55.240 these different things. So I would say four, twenty five top line topics, 517 00:32:55.240 --> 00:32:59.000 in my opinion, and then kind of go from there. I'll give 518 00:32:59.039 --> 00:33:01.359 you plenty of brains base to mess with. What do you fust said? 519 00:33:01.480 --> 00:33:07.160 Okay, I'll take a similar but different approach. So I have to podcast. 520 00:33:07.160 --> 00:33:09.039 As long as it's not imposing, I'll kick you out of here. 521 00:33:09.240 --> 00:33:13.440 I'm just getting actually I have the green being now. So actually I was 522 00:33:13.519 --> 00:33:16.039 able to work with ECAM to get that. So it's here and I can 523 00:33:16.079 --> 00:33:22.960 actually kick you out now. Never wouldn't surprise me. So I have two 524 00:33:22.960 --> 00:33:30.319 shows. So I amazing entrepreneurs club podcast has a top line topic, which 525 00:33:30.359 --> 00:33:36.200 is entrepreneurship. It's what the topic is. So inside of that show we 526 00:33:36.240 --> 00:33:42.000 have two subsections, if you will. The first subsection is interviews. So 527 00:33:42.039 --> 00:33:47.319 we interview entrepreneurs to give them a platform to share their story then to provide 528 00:33:47.519 --> 00:33:53.480 tips and information from their journey to up other entrepreneurs along their journey. So 529 00:33:53.960 --> 00:34:00.599 entrepreneurship, interview of entrepreneurs, and then under that there's three other categories all 530 00:34:00.599 --> 00:34:02.720 in one show. That's a thirty to forty minute show. So, and 531 00:34:02.839 --> 00:34:08.559 it's always entrepreneurship. The goal of that show is to help inspire, motivate 532 00:34:08.599 --> 00:34:14.639 and courage entrepreneurs to continue their journey and not to give up, because we 533 00:34:14.679 --> 00:34:19.480 all understand, those of us that walk this path understand how lonely this journey 534 00:34:19.559 --> 00:34:22.400 is and how difficult this journey can be. So that's one section of the 535 00:34:22.400 --> 00:34:27.920 show. Then every other week on the show we do something called ten to 536 00:34:28.000 --> 00:34:30.280 win. So now we got entrepreneurship and now I got ten to win next 537 00:34:30.320 --> 00:34:34.800 to it. And under that ten to win, that's a tip. That 538 00:34:34.920 --> 00:34:37.599 is some type of tip for ten minutes, either from me or from from 539 00:34:37.599 --> 00:34:43.760 guest host, about something that will help entrepreneurs along their journey. So I 540 00:34:43.800 --> 00:34:47.239 talked about high performance and growth and tips. I talked about social listening because 541 00:34:47.280 --> 00:34:52.159 it's important. So it's all about things that help entrepreneurs. So if that 542 00:34:52.199 --> 00:34:54.800 makes sense, billy, it's one big topic, then to sub topics and 543 00:34:54.800 --> 00:34:59.960 then under each one of those would be additional sub topics and that's for every 544 00:35:00.079 --> 00:35:04.960 episode. Is that correct? Every other episode? So every interviews one episode 545 00:35:05.000 --> 00:35:07.719 and then the ten to win is another episode. Yes, I think. 546 00:35:07.760 --> 00:35:12.920 I think you can take that same structure at a Thirtyzero Square foot total pot, 547 00:35:12.960 --> 00:35:15.199 you know, over all over your podcast as well, and I love 548 00:35:15.360 --> 00:35:19.519 that. It's really kind of based on the format of the show. And 549 00:35:19.559 --> 00:35:21.880 this is what I always tell people, like kind of figure out what the 550 00:35:21.920 --> 00:35:24.119 format is that you want to go with, like is this an interviews this 551 00:35:24.239 --> 00:35:29.079 cohosted show? Is this a mix of it? Is it a solo show? 552 00:35:29.119 --> 00:35:31.719 And like creating daily is literally all three of those. So I do 553 00:35:31.880 --> 00:35:36.559 cohosted shows, which I'm started doing more of. I got you I got 554 00:35:36.639 --> 00:35:39.519 Katie Brinkley coming on for some of those as well, and then I do 555 00:35:39.559 --> 00:35:44.000 some solo shows and I do some interview shows. Well, I'm also creating 556 00:35:44.039 --> 00:35:46.159 every single day. So far was showing up solo every day. People like 557 00:35:46.239 --> 00:35:50.960 shut up, dude, so that's you know, that's kind of part of 558 00:35:51.000 --> 00:35:52.360 that reason. And then if I did an interview show every day, I'd 559 00:35:52.400 --> 00:35:55.039 be dead because I can just don't have enough energy to, you know, 560 00:35:55.159 --> 00:35:59.039 do all that stuff. So you're really going to find out what works for 561 00:35:59.119 --> 00:36:02.119 you. And then one is the overall mission of your content, of your 562 00:36:02.119 --> 00:36:05.719 topic, like you know what is the why, what's the goal, what 563 00:36:05.760 --> 00:36:08.519 do you hope to accomplish? And I think that will help you kind of 564 00:36:08.559 --> 00:36:12.360 come up with those topics. But once again, make sure you get it 565 00:36:12.480 --> 00:36:15.639 organizational tool. I can't tell you how many times I've just missed a million 566 00:36:15.639 --> 00:36:21.679 dollar idea in my mind from not having something to write with. So in 567 00:36:21.719 --> 00:36:27.119 the last thing here, when it comes to like idea generation, is collaborations, 568 00:36:27.159 --> 00:36:31.000 partnerships, guest you know, oftentimes I feel like pin and I do 569 00:36:31.079 --> 00:36:34.679 this too, because I say, Oh hey, will you come on my 570 00:36:34.719 --> 00:36:37.880 show? Will you be a guest on my show? Now I feel the 571 00:36:37.920 --> 00:36:43.079 pressure to do all the work and come up with the content, come up 572 00:36:43.119 --> 00:36:45.760 with the the flow of the show, come up with the interview questions, 573 00:36:45.800 --> 00:36:49.079 all this kind of stuff. When actuality, if I could take a step 574 00:36:49.119 --> 00:36:52.880 back and say, Hey, said, what are three topics? And this 575 00:36:52.960 --> 00:36:54.800 is what I do with creating daily like I don't come up with the show 576 00:36:54.840 --> 00:36:58.599 topics. I ask Hey, what are three topics that you want to talk 577 00:36:58.639 --> 00:37:02.519 about, and then I collaborate with people who come on the show and do 578 00:37:02.599 --> 00:37:06.960 that and then I can go research those topics if I want to, or 579 00:37:07.000 --> 00:37:10.079 just ask questions about it or whatnot. So, you know, lean on 580 00:37:10.119 --> 00:37:14.679 your collaborations, lean on those partnerships, lean on those guests as well, 581 00:37:14.719 --> 00:37:20.039 and allow them to have a voice into the show and some investment creatively and 582 00:37:20.039 --> 00:37:22.639 and put that into your format. So that's kind of my thoughts on you 583 00:37:22.679 --> 00:37:29.519 know, like those idea, you know, sparking events or whatever. So 584 00:37:29.679 --> 00:37:32.559 I eate collaboration is important. That's what we're doing right now. We're collaborating 585 00:37:34.280 --> 00:37:37.599 on Yes, right then we've collaborated on a lot of different things, clubhouse 586 00:37:37.679 --> 00:37:42.239 rooms and other things. So collaboration is good. It's fun. Personally for 587 00:37:42.320 --> 00:37:44.840 me, I'm not, I think I told you this last night, ability 588 00:37:44.960 --> 00:37:47.280 I'm not a fan of Solo shows. So I do do them. I 589 00:37:47.280 --> 00:37:51.840 just like the energy that comes from talking to someone and having a conversation with 590 00:37:51.880 --> 00:37:55.039 someone, whether it's me interviewing them or we're collaborating, like we're doing now, 591 00:37:55.239 --> 00:38:00.199 on a live stream or on linkedin audio, whatever it might be. 592 00:38:00.679 --> 00:38:02.880 I just like that collaboration. So I thrive in that environment. So I'm 593 00:38:02.880 --> 00:38:06.239 always going to try to do it. The thing that I would tell you 594 00:38:06.280 --> 00:38:10.599 about collaboration itself is just to be sure that you're collaborating with the right people 595 00:38:10.840 --> 00:38:15.079 on the right topics and don't have to shoot. That's a show idea. 596 00:38:15.199 --> 00:38:20.320 Write that down. Collaborate billion number three. Write that down. I thought 597 00:38:20.360 --> 00:38:22.440 you were talking to me, like do I really like your assistant? I'm 598 00:38:22.440 --> 00:38:24.079 not writing a Dennis. Your live stream, not mine. Write that down. 599 00:38:24.119 --> 00:38:28.599 said, that's our show, that's sure, top of it. Collaboration. 600 00:38:28.719 --> 00:38:30.480 Yeah, claide, it is. Collaborate with the right people on the 601 00:38:30.519 --> 00:38:35.960 right topics at the right time, and don't be afraid to if the collaboration 602 00:38:36.079 --> 00:38:38.400 doesn't feel good or it doesn't feel like it's working for you. It's your 603 00:38:38.480 --> 00:38:43.480 show, then stop the collaboration, okay. Yeah, and so I think 604 00:38:43.480 --> 00:38:46.840 it's just really important to be sure that it also the collaboration is can gru 605 00:38:46.920 --> 00:38:50.760 it with you. I mean the last thing you want to do is have 606 00:38:50.800 --> 00:38:53.960 a collaboration with somebody where you disagree on every topic. That's not a collaboration, 607 00:38:53.960 --> 00:38:59.199 that's like a debate, right. So just make sure the collaboration is 608 00:38:59.199 --> 00:39:01.039 good and try it. If it works, to keep doing it. And 609 00:39:01.079 --> 00:39:04.480 if not, then move on, find something else. So on up to 610 00:39:04.559 --> 00:39:07.280 cry. And this is why I said it's only on one show a week, 611 00:39:07.280 --> 00:39:09.360 because I was debating motile. Actually, that's not true. You asked 612 00:39:09.360 --> 00:39:12.880 me to be on every day and I told you I was too busy for 613 00:39:13.280 --> 00:39:15.639 nonsense of a daily show and I had too much work to do running a 614 00:39:15.719 --> 00:39:19.920 business. Think of your family. Look, it's said like I don't know 615 00:39:19.960 --> 00:39:22.159 what's more important than creating daily like, come on, I know. I 616 00:39:22.239 --> 00:39:25.519 actually need to get my priorities in line, because obviously they're they're out of 617 00:39:25.760 --> 00:39:32.400 yeah, give me your wife's fun Tom Rock explaining that. All right. 618 00:39:32.480 --> 00:39:37.800 Look to a couple more topics, and what's getting you're joining the live stream. 619 00:39:37.840 --> 00:39:42.360 What we're talking about is is really just the content creation workflow and kind 620 00:39:42.400 --> 00:39:44.800 of what we do. So we've talked about organizational tools. How do you 621 00:39:44.880 --> 00:39:47.280 create, you know, ideas, like how do you generate these ideas? 622 00:39:47.280 --> 00:39:51.920 Because oftentimes, you know, sometimes we focus on the thing of like what 623 00:39:52.039 --> 00:39:55.239 microphone and using what? What system? What website? Where's My web domine, 624 00:39:55.239 --> 00:39:59.119 all this kind of stuff, but there's a lot of steps to the 625 00:39:59.199 --> 00:40:02.239 content creation process. That's going to keep you around longer so you don't pod 626 00:40:02.360 --> 00:40:06.360 fade or I'm going to make up some of the live stream fade. I 627 00:40:06.360 --> 00:40:09.760 think maybe a stream. A stream thing is that? I've never heard that 628 00:40:09.800 --> 00:40:13.280 before. Right, there we go. We just made it up. Sounds 629 00:40:13.280 --> 00:40:15.559 good to me. We just did so the next thing to kind of keep 630 00:40:15.679 --> 00:40:20.239 you from doing that, or keeping me anyway, I want say, you 631 00:40:20.239 --> 00:40:23.159 know, this is all from personal perspective, like I didn't curate this list 632 00:40:23.239 --> 00:40:27.639 because I took some class on the Internet. Like it was literally just crap 633 00:40:27.719 --> 00:40:30.000 that I've learned along the way of being a content career r but it's to 634 00:40:30.119 --> 00:40:36.039 really own my calendar and I think it's a content creator. If we're not 635 00:40:36.360 --> 00:40:39.960 careful, we can get owned by the content creation process and not own it. 636 00:40:40.119 --> 00:40:44.440 And I've been there before where I'm a rat on a wheel and I'm 637 00:40:44.519 --> 00:40:46.119 trying to figure out, okay, how am I going to create this because 638 00:40:46.119 --> 00:40:51.320 I needed to go out right now, versus I got ten, fifteen, 639 00:40:51.360 --> 00:40:54.800 twelve episodes whatever in the bank. So we's talk about that, because I 640 00:40:54.800 --> 00:40:59.920 know you as a business coach, you're probably really up tined about this. 641 00:40:59.960 --> 00:41:02.000 If I had to mention about time management, if it's not on my calendar, 642 00:41:02.000 --> 00:41:06.199 I can't do it. Yes, I do have a bit of a 643 00:41:06.199 --> 00:41:10.400 stickler for my calendar. Here's the reason why. My clients have access to 644 00:41:10.400 --> 00:41:15.199 my calendar and if I don't control my calendar, they do so. Like 645 00:41:15.280 --> 00:41:20.639 I set certain dates for things to happen, like the amazing entrepreneurs club. 646 00:41:20.719 --> 00:41:24.880 The podcast is only available to be recorded on Tuesdays and Thursdays. So when 647 00:41:24.920 --> 00:41:30.280 you schedule that, only options are Tuesdays and Thursdays. But by the same 648 00:41:30.320 --> 00:41:34.519 token, my clients are only availble to schedule on Mondays and Wednesdays. Yeah, 649 00:41:34.559 --> 00:41:36.679 so if you have if your Ale, if you're to cocline of minde. 650 00:41:36.719 --> 00:41:38.519 And you have a leak, you can only schedule appointments on Mondays and 651 00:41:38.559 --> 00:41:44.440 Wednesdays. That's by design. And other times I block my calendar off, 652 00:41:44.559 --> 00:41:47.840 like I at. You know this and I've talked about this before. From 653 00:41:47.840 --> 00:41:52.199 eleven o'clock through the end of the day on Fridays, my calendar is blocked 654 00:41:52.199 --> 00:41:57.840 off. Yeah, yeah, so nobody can schedule anything. Well man and 655 00:41:58.000 --> 00:42:00.719 it's and I think that's what we got to do is content creators. We 656 00:42:00.719 --> 00:42:05.360 got to create or we got to treat this content creation process in some content 657 00:42:05.360 --> 00:42:07.239 creators going to go. Well, I'm not inspired at two o'clock in the 658 00:42:07.280 --> 00:42:10.920 afternoon when I actually have time, but you get to figure it out, 659 00:42:10.960 --> 00:42:14.920 because I'm not always inspired when I hit to go live button, but I 660 00:42:14.920 --> 00:42:15.719 had to go live. But I just know like hey, it's on, 661 00:42:15.760 --> 00:42:17.400 this is what I want to do, this is what I want to make 662 00:42:17.440 --> 00:42:20.840 a living doing. So I got to show up, I'm going to be 663 00:42:20.880 --> 00:42:22.280 consistent, I got to be on my game, I got to be organized. 664 00:42:22.480 --> 00:42:25.599 I mean there's plenty of days already, three weeks into the show, 665 00:42:25.599 --> 00:42:29.719 that I woke up like God, though I wanted to just go make a 666 00:42:29.760 --> 00:42:32.280 run sheet right now. The answers no, I don't, but I push 667 00:42:32.440 --> 00:42:35.960 myself and I go come on, dude, this is what you really want 668 00:42:36.000 --> 00:42:37.679 to do. It's kind of like going to the gym a little bit. 669 00:42:37.920 --> 00:42:43.119 So schedule the stuff into your calendar and I really recommend doing it at the 670 00:42:43.119 --> 00:42:45.519 same time each week. Just like you said, you got Tuesdays and Thursdays, 671 00:42:45.559 --> 00:42:50.920 my cohost for our fishing show. We're typically Wednesday nights that were recording 672 00:42:50.920 --> 00:42:55.079 for our regular podcast. Monday nights were recording for our content or membership only 673 00:42:55.119 --> 00:42:59.360 podcast, and that's just what we do and we got those, you know, 674 00:42:59.440 --> 00:43:04.840 four hours or whatever every week set aside and it's nondebatable. It's nonnegotiable 675 00:43:05.079 --> 00:43:07.800 in my calendar. My family knows it, my friends know it, everybody 676 00:43:07.840 --> 00:43:12.719 knows. Like Billy's just unavailable in these days because he won't he needs he's 677 00:43:12.760 --> 00:43:14.760 a content creator. This is what he does, is what he wants, 678 00:43:14.880 --> 00:43:17.719 so he's going to have to do that. So so pick a day in 679 00:43:17.800 --> 00:43:21.960 a time you create. You know it could change. I mean, nothing's 680 00:43:22.119 --> 00:43:27.840 set in stone, but I know creating daily is a lot more fun because 681 00:43:27.880 --> 00:43:30.760 I know it's coming up at two o'clock every day. If I was just 682 00:43:30.880 --> 00:43:32.880 like, and I did this with Clubhouse, I'm again it's gonna start a 683 00:43:32.960 --> 00:43:37.400 room. I wasn't really inspired, motivated organized. I did a room like 684 00:43:37.480 --> 00:43:42.599 this yesterday. I just I couldn't go on because power was out and I 685 00:43:42.639 --> 00:43:45.320 just decided, well, I'm just going to do a clubhouse room and they 686 00:43:45.320 --> 00:43:47.280 clubhouse room suffered. If you went back and listen to you like yeah, 687 00:43:47.440 --> 00:43:51.400 this isn't that good, because I wasn't on my game, I wasn't focused. 688 00:43:51.559 --> 00:43:53.880 Sure I get a lot of distractions happening with you. Yeah, I 689 00:43:53.920 --> 00:43:57.880 was like power outs in the dark, like it was new clubhouse room on 690 00:43:57.880 --> 00:44:00.599 board. Well, there are a lot of benefits to scheduling, not just 691 00:44:00.639 --> 00:44:06.840 a creation of the content itself, but also scheduling the content like this right, 692 00:44:06.880 --> 00:44:09.400 because what happens is people get to get to the eyes the audience and 693 00:44:09.480 --> 00:44:14.239 the is the community builds. They know that every day billy is going to 694 00:44:14.239 --> 00:44:16.480 be live at two o'clock eastern time and if they whatever reason can't catch it, 695 00:44:16.519 --> 00:44:20.519 they can watch it on youtube or wherever they want to watch the replay, 696 00:44:20.800 --> 00:44:23.679 and so there becomes a consistency. Like I have it on my calendar 697 00:44:23.719 --> 00:44:27.039 Billy's live. I can't always attend, but I do have it on my 698 00:44:27.079 --> 00:44:30.519 calendar that you're live so that I know that I can come watch. That's 699 00:44:30.519 --> 00:44:35.639 like I said, I missed John yesterday because of a previous commitment, but 700 00:44:35.679 --> 00:44:38.519 I know the the replays there that I can go watch it. So instead, 701 00:44:38.559 --> 00:44:42.480 I love what you said. My shows on your calendar. If you're 702 00:44:42.480 --> 00:44:45.039 listening or watching this, put my show on your to be more like Si. 703 00:44:45.280 --> 00:44:51.679 She said, yeah, you did. I'm honored to be on your 704 00:44:51.719 --> 00:44:53.960 calendar with my show. I love that. I love that I mean, 705 00:44:54.000 --> 00:44:58.679 but that's thank coming off today. By the way. That goes to show 706 00:44:58.679 --> 00:45:01.760 even on the consumer side, as being a content consumer, we do this. 707 00:45:01.800 --> 00:45:07.079 We schedule time to watch American idol or watch the voice. I mean 708 00:45:07.119 --> 00:45:10.039 there's are one two shows I really watch. Or Watch whatever murder mystery show 709 00:45:10.119 --> 00:45:15.159 or whatever you're into. So why not schedule your own content creation process? 710 00:45:15.199 --> 00:45:19.039 So put it on the same time, same week, same calendar, and 711 00:45:19.079 --> 00:45:21.960 then do this for your editing time. I do. This is well for 712 00:45:22.159 --> 00:45:23.840 editing. I know I got shows do I want to put them out, 713 00:45:23.880 --> 00:45:30.239 I want to get them prescheduled, published dates, times. All this consistency 714 00:45:30.320 --> 00:45:32.880 matters because just like said you, just like you just now said, Hey, 715 00:45:32.960 --> 00:45:36.320 your shows on my calendar at two pm every day and if I can 716 00:45:36.320 --> 00:45:37.880 make it, I want to make it to support you as a creator, 717 00:45:37.960 --> 00:45:43.320 to check out the show whatever. And that's what other people's audience members are 718 00:45:43.320 --> 00:45:46.760 doing as well, and their community is blocking these times on their calendars to 719 00:45:46.840 --> 00:45:51.519 show up. And if you're not there, you cannot be there. Once 720 00:45:51.719 --> 00:45:54.199 maybe I wasn't there once yesterday, but if I wasn't there today and I 721 00:45:54.239 --> 00:45:57.559 wasn't motivated at a long day yesterday, I was like, yeah, I 722 00:45:57.599 --> 00:46:00.960 woke up this morning five am. I'm like, I could easily make the 723 00:46:00.000 --> 00:46:05.280 excuse I haven't had power in almost two days and I can just take another 724 00:46:05.360 --> 00:46:07.519 day off. But I know if I did that, people be like, 725 00:46:07.559 --> 00:46:10.280 dude, what's happening, like it would fall off and then, you know, 726 00:46:10.360 --> 00:46:14.199 Monday it would be even easier for me to go wow, what's one 727 00:46:14.239 --> 00:46:15.880 more day? What's one more day? Take off, you know. So 728 00:46:16.079 --> 00:46:19.440 you had to push through it right at a push her, because that's the 729 00:46:19.519 --> 00:46:22.440 topic. We're talking about. Pod fading, our stream fading, whatever I 730 00:46:22.480 --> 00:46:24.760 want to call it. Yeah, how do you avoid it? I think 731 00:46:24.920 --> 00:46:30.000 something that I think is important is to schedule in breaks like that you can 732 00:46:30.039 --> 00:46:36.480 record and get four to six weeks ahead, and now you can't because it's 733 00:46:36.480 --> 00:46:37.760 a live show. But if you were able to record and get four to 734 00:46:37.800 --> 00:46:42.480 six weeks ahead, then you could take a couple of weeks off and give 735 00:46:42.559 --> 00:46:46.880 yourself a breaks from seeking guests or creating this the show flow, whatever it 736 00:46:46.920 --> 00:46:50.400 is you're doing, and give yourself a little bit of a break. So 737 00:46:50.400 --> 00:46:52.719 I could. We all need it and I think that's an important it's an 738 00:46:52.719 --> 00:46:57.760 important habit to get into, is giving yourself a break. Yeah, man, 739 00:46:57.840 --> 00:47:00.880 that's good, and that does come from batch recording, and so that's 740 00:47:00.880 --> 00:47:02.639 what I do on my fishing show. We batch record. I mean, 741 00:47:02.800 --> 00:47:06.639 I think, man, I think we're like seven or eight weeks ahead, 742 00:47:06.679 --> 00:47:08.960 which is just phenomenal. It's like it feels, dude, it not only 743 00:47:09.079 --> 00:47:13.280 is it awesome that I want to think about it, it just feels good. 744 00:47:13.320 --> 00:47:15.280 It feels like I've made my bed or something, you know whatever. 745 00:47:15.320 --> 00:47:19.079 You know, like they make your bed every morning field productive. I still 746 00:47:19.079 --> 00:47:22.840 don't do that, but that's what it feels like. It feels good to 747 00:47:22.880 --> 00:47:27.119 know I've accomplished something, that I'm winning. When it comes to certain projects 748 00:47:27.159 --> 00:47:30.039 that are that I can, I will batch record every chance I get because 749 00:47:30.039 --> 00:47:32.920 it's all done right, it's all done, it's all scheduled, it's all 750 00:47:34.039 --> 00:47:37.440 up there. It just kind of magically happens and you're not running around the 751 00:47:37.480 --> 00:47:40.599 last minute trying to do this and get it edited or get this posted or 752 00:47:40.599 --> 00:47:44.000 write the show notes or whatever it is you're trying to do. It's already 753 00:47:44.039 --> 00:47:46.159 there and it's just flowing. So you take a couple of weeks and then 754 00:47:46.159 --> 00:47:50.639 you start back again to get back to you know, seven, eight weeks 755 00:47:50.679 --> 00:47:55.159 ahead. So it's a really, really good practice to batch recorded to get 756 00:47:55.159 --> 00:47:59.360 ahead. No down. I love him and it's one of my it was 757 00:47:59.400 --> 00:48:04.000 probably one of the things that like saved me in the content creation world because 758 00:48:04.639 --> 00:48:08.079 I didn't feel running and Gune in every single week doing a show, and 759 00:48:08.119 --> 00:48:12.360 I had done that in the past with my own shows or whatever, and 760 00:48:12.400 --> 00:48:15.480 that's, you know, that's primarily due to having a good cohost too. 761 00:48:15.599 --> 00:48:19.440 cohost at the handles some of the half the work, so it makes a 762 00:48:19.440 --> 00:48:22.079 little bit easier. And I do all the production stuff as well, but 763 00:48:22.760 --> 00:48:25.079 we could get into that at another time. But Man, we've had a 764 00:48:25.079 --> 00:48:29.159 lot of great conversation. I think there's a lot of good takeaways, you 765 00:48:29.199 --> 00:48:32.559 know, for people in this episode. We did have another segment of conversation, 766 00:48:32.559 --> 00:48:36.639 but I'm going to leave it for next time because we've talked about, 767 00:48:36.679 --> 00:48:39.280 you know, like the marketing aspect, and I think that could be a 768 00:48:39.280 --> 00:48:44.239 whole episode of its own, because that is a whole nother yeah, I 769 00:48:44.280 --> 00:48:47.880 mean there's a whole nother workflow itself, is getting your show out there, 770 00:48:47.960 --> 00:48:52.000 getting noticed, all those kinds of things. So said, is there anything, 771 00:48:52.039 --> 00:48:54.400 and I asked this question every day. But is there anything and I 772 00:48:54.400 --> 00:48:59.840 didn't set you up to share that? You're like, maybe we should touch 773 00:48:59.960 --> 00:49:02.800 on this for a few minutes. Well, now that I've got the microphone, 774 00:49:02.880 --> 00:49:07.079 let me turn my music on here and take control of the show. 775 00:49:07.159 --> 00:49:10.599 Let me get you kick. No bad. I thought it was great. 776 00:49:10.679 --> 00:49:15.079 I love the flow of the show. I really appreciate the things we talked 777 00:49:15.079 --> 00:49:20.960 about and you see your spot on marketing and doing things related to building your 778 00:49:20.960 --> 00:49:24.000 show. It's a full show all by itself because there's so much to talk 779 00:49:24.039 --> 00:49:28.800 about, there's so much to do and there's so much to consider in order 780 00:49:28.840 --> 00:49:30.800 to build your brand, to be you're following and to grow your show. 781 00:49:30.840 --> 00:49:34.599 And that, billy, I think it ties directly into what we just finished 782 00:49:34.599 --> 00:49:39.039 talking about, which is the fading aspect marketing or the lack of downloads or 783 00:49:39.039 --> 00:49:44.719 the lack of viewership does dry people to fading. So if we could provide, 784 00:49:44.719 --> 00:49:46.840 maybe, if not next Friday of the follow Friday after that, some 785 00:49:46.920 --> 00:49:51.719 tips are incice to help people really grow their show the marketing, I think 786 00:49:51.760 --> 00:49:53.719 that'd be a really good segment. So that be a good show. I 787 00:49:53.800 --> 00:49:58.800 think we'll definitely put that on the list and then also, man speaking of 788 00:49:58.840 --> 00:50:00.320 that, I do want to mention this when it comes to work, for 789 00:50:00.519 --> 00:50:04.880 like, figure out what you really like, and I'm say if you're a 790 00:50:04.960 --> 00:50:07.920 new creator or if you're trying to figure out your format or your show or 791 00:50:07.960 --> 00:50:12.480 whatever it's like. You know, in my opinion, you should learn all 792 00:50:12.519 --> 00:50:15.960 the processes to some degree. You should know, or at least be able 793 00:50:15.000 --> 00:50:21.360 to communicate around them. But then, after you do that, then figure 794 00:50:21.360 --> 00:50:24.079 out what you really want to do and what you can afford to offload to 795 00:50:24.119 --> 00:50:29.159 someone else and get a partner in the sense of hamming, to pay somebody 796 00:50:29.199 --> 00:50:32.320 to edit my show, produce my show, upload it, because that is 797 00:50:32.360 --> 00:50:37.280 really, in my opinion, not my funnest part. And I'm getting to 798 00:50:37.320 --> 00:50:40.599 the place where you know we're doing financially, because I'm always this weird person 799 00:50:40.599 --> 00:50:43.599 where I'm like, if I'm not making money off this, I ain't paying 800 00:50:43.639 --> 00:50:46.199 nobody to do it for me. Don't I start making money off of it. 801 00:50:46.679 --> 00:50:50.119 But once I'm get to that place and where I'm like, okay, 802 00:50:50.159 --> 00:50:53.079 now we're now, we're content creators. Now we got a team of people. 803 00:50:53.760 --> 00:50:57.679 But put that on your goal list. If you hate doing some of 804 00:50:57.679 --> 00:51:01.800 the stuff don't let it stop you from doing what you love. Figure out 805 00:51:01.800 --> 00:51:05.280 how you can get somebody else to help you with that, and so I 806 00:51:05.320 --> 00:51:07.280 would leave people that to say that is an option. Like, if you 807 00:51:07.679 --> 00:51:10.599 look at this list of stuff we talked about, said, holy crap, 808 00:51:10.639 --> 00:51:14.079 I don't want to create content like this is a lot of stuff. It 809 00:51:14.199 --> 00:51:17.480 is a lot of stuff. It's a big chunk of your time, but 810 00:51:17.519 --> 00:51:21.480 there's people out there that will help you in services that will make it happen, 811 00:51:21.519 --> 00:51:24.199 and I know you have experience of that too. Said like yes, 812 00:51:24.760 --> 00:51:29.079 I now. I did something a little bit different than what you just talked 813 00:51:29.079 --> 00:51:37.519 about. Their billy. I attempted very poorly to edit into do that cost 814 00:51:37.679 --> 00:51:40.960 it at least. Yeah, I'm like, this is for the birds, 815 00:51:42.000 --> 00:51:45.920 and so I said no, I'm not doing this, and so I quit 816 00:51:45.960 --> 00:51:49.480 doing it. I mean I only did it like once or twice, and 817 00:51:49.559 --> 00:51:54.000 I had this, I remember very vividly, audio something was the software that 818 00:51:54.039 --> 00:51:59.599 I had downloaded to do it, and at all these tracks up there and 819 00:51:59.599 --> 00:52:02.119 then all these things and icons and they didn't tell you what the icon was 820 00:52:02.159 --> 00:52:06.719 and I was trying and I was like, Oh, this is no, 821 00:52:06.920 --> 00:52:08.280 I'm not doing this, and that outsource immediately. But I do have one 822 00:52:08.320 --> 00:52:13.280 final thing billy I'd like to share with everybody that's listening. Okay, so 823 00:52:14.360 --> 00:52:16.480 you know, billy and I have a lot of fun together. We have 824 00:52:16.519 --> 00:52:20.800 a great friendship, a little bit of competitive nature. So with that, 825 00:52:21.159 --> 00:52:23.519 police, head over to one sheet, for one sheet, not pro Ford. 826 00:52:23.559 --> 00:52:29.960 Slice it meadows and click my profile to boost me up about billy. 827 00:52:30.039 --> 00:52:34.719 Okay, so my one sheet, not bro Wow. Wow, there you 828 00:52:34.760 --> 00:52:37.800 go. Yeah, you know what I will do that? I will have 829 00:52:37.840 --> 00:52:40.320 some pity and mercy on you, because you are like falling down the goodness. 830 00:52:40.519 --> 00:52:43.920 So, yeah, once she died, pros last Billy Thorpe, and 831 00:52:43.960 --> 00:52:46.519 then you can get us its meadows. You'll find some meadows through my profile. 832 00:52:46.559 --> 00:52:52.119 I'll have him one there. Oh my good. You know I was 833 00:52:52.159 --> 00:52:55.159 being serious, right, you are being serious, though. I didn't being 834 00:52:55.159 --> 00:52:58.360 serious. You really thought I'd been really smart, thought you me. I 835 00:52:58.400 --> 00:53:00.800 thought you're about to drop some gems. I was taking now I got you. 836 00:53:00.880 --> 00:53:04.599 Man Just told me. So that's really no. I know. I 837 00:53:04.760 --> 00:53:07.960 gave you the spotlight and everything, then you just pooped right on me. 838 00:53:07.280 --> 00:53:09.840 All right, if I just had a mute button, I could meet you. 839 00:53:09.840 --> 00:53:13.679 It would have been really even better. So well, do people try 840 00:53:13.719 --> 00:53:15.760 to mute me in their life, but they just can't. There's a there's 841 00:53:15.760 --> 00:53:20.840 a lot of people with you. So so Nie says Hire Billy, do 842 00:53:20.880 --> 00:53:23.239 not hire billy. Billy is not the production guy. He's not helping you 843 00:53:23.280 --> 00:53:27.199 with that. Okay, he's got his own hairsted either, for sure, 844 00:53:27.400 --> 00:53:30.119 but you might be able to hire a knee. So I know he does 845 00:53:30.159 --> 00:53:31.760 it. I don't know how much he does it because I know he's working 846 00:53:31.840 --> 00:53:37.079 full time as well. But it says, he says it's audio. is 847 00:53:37.119 --> 00:53:39.559 going to be a pain. Yeah, it is a pain. Knee, 848 00:53:39.639 --> 00:53:51.719 I liked you until this comment. What is opposite prop okay, I'll take 849 00:53:51.760 --> 00:53:54.400 the old man jokes. BRING THEM ON. Bring on you taking them pretty 850 00:53:54.440 --> 00:53:59.440 good to man. I mean what it is. I cannot roll back time, 851 00:53:59.559 --> 00:54:02.639 as much as I want to. Can't do man, Oh man. 852 00:54:02.679 --> 00:54:06.840 Will said, this has been a really fun show. Thanks again for joining 853 00:54:06.880 --> 00:54:09.119 me on Fridays, and you guys check us out next Friday because it'll be 854 00:54:09.159 --> 00:54:14.760 back and we'll be talking about some more content creation stuff. How to get 855 00:54:14.800 --> 00:54:16.280 your message out there. Grow your grow your brain, grow your message. 856 00:54:16.320 --> 00:54:20.400 So said, high five, long distance. Thank you so much, man, 857 00:54:20.480 --> 00:54:24.119 and we'll see on the great weekend everyone you later thinks did all right. 858 00:54:24.119 --> 00:54:28.400 There's my friends in meadows. Super amounts of fun. He's always a 859 00:54:28.400 --> 00:54:31.400 good time. It takes those old man jokes personally, but takes them on 860 00:54:31.440 --> 00:54:36.039 the Chin with just like well, just like Chris Rock. That's pretty good 861 00:54:36.039 --> 00:54:39.039 anyway. So join me tomorrow. I'm going to be back. Not Tomorrow, 862 00:54:39.079 --> 00:54:44.239 not tomorrow, Monday. I'm going back Monday with my friend Monty Weaver, 863 00:54:44.320 --> 00:54:46.719 and we're going to be talking about selling live, or the power of 864 00:54:46.719 --> 00:54:52.000 live selling, and we're talk about Amazon live and maybe some other platforms. 865 00:54:52.000 --> 00:54:55.239 And this guy crushes it when it comes to selling live and so he's going 866 00:54:55.280 --> 00:54:59.360 to give us all the tips and tricks. And also we're going to talk 867 00:54:59.360 --> 00:55:02.119 about some brand deals, I'm sure, because he crushes it with brand deals 868 00:55:02.159 --> 00:55:06.760 and it's one of my favorite things to do is work with brands, work 869 00:55:06.760 --> 00:55:09.119 with sponsors, that kind of thing. So join me Monday, two PM. 870 00:55:09.159 --> 00:55:12.800 Be Like said, put it on your calendar, all right, put 871 00:55:12.800 --> 00:55:15.760 it right on your calendar right now and tell everyone you're busy in in whatever 872 00:55:15.800 --> 00:55:19.639 and if you're at work, no, nobody cares. Just go the bathroom 873 00:55:19.800 --> 00:55:22.079 to PM for like forty five minutes. Nobody, I'll know the difference. 874 00:55:22.119 --> 00:55:27.119 It's fine and come check out creating daily. Really appreciate you guys joining. 875 00:55:27.159 --> 00:55:30.360 And then also, one last thing here. If you want to buy me 876 00:55:30.440 --> 00:55:31.400 a cup of coffee or by the show, a cup of call. Actually, 877 00:55:31.400 --> 00:55:35.119 it's just me. It's just just me. Okay, maybe I'll give 878 00:55:35.239 --> 00:55:37.840 said a drink, a sip of coffee for coming on, but it's buy 879 00:55:37.920 --> 00:55:42.159 me a coffecom slash Billy Thorpe. You can go over there, buy us 880 00:55:42.199 --> 00:55:45.320 a couple of Joe if you want to, and tell all your friends, 881 00:55:45.360 --> 00:55:50.559 neighbors all that this creating daily shows awesome. Go check it out and I'm 882 00:55:50.599 --> 00:55:52.559 do all these called actions at the end, but subscribe Tark Youtube Channel please. 883 00:55:52.599 --> 00:55:55.960 I think we're like twenty nine subscribers. Give me to thirty. Somebody 884 00:55:57.000 --> 00:55:59.679 get me the thirty and maybe I'll buy you a coffee for you the thirty 885 00:55:59.840 --> 00:56:02.880 one. Anyway, see you Monday, two PM. Montey weevers coming on. 886 00:56:02.920 --> 00:56:06.119 We're talking about selling live