Sahil Pandit

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  1. @Philipp Lots to unpack here. What are you interested in? What are your strengths? Have you taken the LP course?
  2. @UNZARI The good thing is, the Creator Economy is starting to emerge and it's providing a lot of new opportunities. Sure, it's not as stable as a corporate job, but its worth looking into and its only getting bigger.
  3. @decentralized could you elaborate?
  4. @UNZARI @Jabrail1111 Do you guys have portfolios? How much experience/projects are on them, if so? If you have a well done portfolio, I'm sure you could land a role that pays relatively well. Just gotta start applying to jobs online and keep at it for some weeks/months.
  5. @Gabith Dry Skin Brushing!
  6. @PurpleTree My definition might be different than yours. To me, that means eating well and taking care of my mind and body via meditation and exercise.
  7. Perhaps push yourself on things that you find worthwhile. Is it worth it to you to be healthy? To meditate? @PurpleTree
  8. Thanks for sharing
  9. @Terell Kirby What are the most important things for you to be doing? Make a list. Once you make a list, work at those tasks early on in the day, until you notice your will power diminishes. Perhaps try this out and see how it works for you? Good luck.
  10. Here is a perfect example of recontexualizing a scenario in which the meaning of the situation changes based on the context. What are some other examples?
  11. Here's the list Leo mentioned in the Nootropic's Video. * Modafinil * Lion's mane Mushroom * L-theanin * Huperzine-A * Alpha-GPC * pterostilbene * sulbutiamine * Vinpocetine * N-Acetyl Tyrosine * Phosphatidyl serine * bacopa monniera * N-A-C sustain * PQQ * COQ10 * Uridine * Ginko Biloba * Vitamin D3 * Fish Oil Below, please post sources, trip reports, experiences, resources and links to helpful information about Nootropics.
  12. @LiberatedMonkey The good thing is, Engineering and C.S. both pay well. Either way you go, you will be able to make an income that will be able to sustain your needs. This is a good start. From there, you could implement what you've been learning from Leo's LP course on the side, maybe after work/weekends, to build that website you're speaking about. I say this because having a steady income to work on your LP with is a huge advantage. Plus you're only 19... you're just getting started my guy. You got this.
  13. What were your thoughts on the video?
  14. @BipolarGrowth Just clicked on your channel and I would suggest working on your thumbnails. That's a good starting to point to build out a brand. A branding "template" with recognizable colors or something consistent like your face helps as well. It would be a shame to work hard on a video but then no one clicks on it because the thumbnail was half effort.
  15. @UNZARI It's worth researching. I see it being a huge opportunity for those who understand how to create them and build a demand for them. That being said, 98% of NFT's will fail, which is why it's important to position yourself in the market as someone who can stand out.
  16. @charlie cho Look into Seth Godin's work. His books still hold up well in today's digital marketing age.
  17. Getting organic traffic on Twitch is very difficult. It's much more effective to build an audience on YouTube and other platforms, and then funnel them to Twitch when you go live.
  18. @UDT Learn to enjoy the process of failing. Look for it. Expect it. Keep pushing when it comes. Over and over and over. Stack up on it. Fail fast and fail often. Then watch what happens.
  19. But Leo, the organic reach... @Leo Gura
  20. @Leo Gura Will these clips be reformatted and posted on Tik Tok? Tik Tok has matured a lot since it came out. It can be used as a useful learning platform... Just a thought.
  21. @melodydanielluna I see no harm in marketing yourself/your books as long as you do it from an authentic place? Good luck!
  22. @melodydanielluna I think you should continue to keep experimenting with different types of content. Try different platforms (TikTok, Pintrest, IG micro-content via short videos..) You could make YT videos and edit the videos into smaller clips that could be uploaded to the different social media platforms. This would save you time so you can focus on writing.
  23. @melodydanielluna Have you considered what marketing yourself would look like? Are you comfortable being in front of a camera? These are a few questions to consider because marketing yourself to the niche you want to be a part of is just as important as you writing that next book.