- Lessons from a one month break
- Truthful blog feedback
- Setting up your own radio station
I took one month off because I wanted to make some wise decisions without wondering how I’d come across to an audience. Being in that position is never a good thing but one that many, more popular, celebrities are involved in every day.
Listen to hear why I’ve decided to stop working at The Exodus Road and why I’m working more closely with BombBomb.
Jesse: I could use some help with my blog, survivingthedayjob.com. It’s not yet a profitable business but that’s what I always intended to make it. I’ve spent the past year writing quantity and I’m now starting to writing quality.
My problem comes mostly in the form of finding my voice. I know if I can find that then I can start to retain viewers and maybe even grow. My other real problem is faceing fears. That one I’m working on.
I need a second opinion. When you read my stuff does it seem real or fake to you? What turns you off about the site and what’s one thing you like. I’m not looking to get cheered on. I already have enough family members telling me I’m awesome. I need a brutal reality check.
Stop listening to other experts for at least two week. Maybe even two months. It’s some of the best advice anyone has ever given me.
To be real, consider speaking your blog posts. As you listen to yourself talk, does it sound like you?
Ibrahim: I watched your studio tour video and I was overwhelmed with what I saw in that video, setting up my own radio station has always been my dream, I hope you wouldn’t mind if you advise me as to what to do? What I need and any advice so far as setting up ur own radio station is concerned.
Also I want to know, do you need a transmitter to broadcast ur shows?
I’ll help you turn your ideas into a business that changes the world (and your bank account). Here’s how.
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