Season 3 Recap on Web 3 & NFTs for Content Creators
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When it comes to building a world, whether it’s a business or just life in general, having a supportive community is key. But what if you don’t have one? Or what if you feel like you’re stuck even after paying for a coach?
Mentoring can be the solution. It provides a level of trust and support that can be hard to find in other relationships. And it can help you unlock your potential and reach your goals.
In this episode, we’ll explore the power of mentoring in coaching communities. We’ll talk about the value of daydreaming for content creators, the problem with groups on Facebook and LinkedIn, and why brilliant entrepreneurs still seem to feel stuck.
If you feel like you’re stuck in your business, community is how you grow. Episode 2 of Feeling Stuck In Your Business? Community Is How You Grow dives into the mentoring process and how it can help both the mentor and the mentee. Most advice about community building is trash, and it’s keeping you stuck. The old ways of thinking need to be rewritten in order to create a living, dynamic community. What is community value? What does community building in real time look like? These questions and more will be answered in this episode.
Are you struggling with unpublished drafts in TikTok or your blog? Do you feel like you can’t seem to shake off failure no matter how hard you try? You’re not alone.
In this episode of Coaching from Shame, we’ll explore the idea that business owners need to practice Shadow Work in order to overcome their hidden business “sins” or mistakes. We’ll also discuss why it’s important to do something different to engage your private coaching community.
If you’re struggling with any of these issues, tune in to this episode for some much-needed advice.
If you are a neurodivergent entrepreneur, you know that there are unique challenges that you face in your business. In this episode, we discuss how neurodivergence shows up in your business and why successful content creators take calculated risks in their business. We also explore how to express the type of help you need as a solopreneur and whether partnering with other neurodivergent entrepreneurs is the solution to receiving the support you need.
Many neurodivergent content creators feel like they don’t quite fit in with the traditional coaching and mentoring communities. Often, these communities are built around the idea of asking for help and working together to achieve a common goal. However, this can be difficult for neurodivergent content creators who often feel misunderstood and unsupported. Additionally, many neurodivergent content creators feel like they need to do everything themselves and don’t ask for help in their businesses. This can be a result of feeling like their business is not valid or feeling like they don’t deserve help. Ultimately, this isolation can lead to burnout and frustration. However, there are many neurodivergent content creators who are finding success by connecting with others who understand and can offer support. Listen in to this episode to learn more about why neurodivergent content creators don’t ask for help and how they can find support they need.
As we move further into the digital age, it’s important for entrepreneurs to be aware of the changes taking place in the online world. In this episode, we explore how content creators, entrepreneurs and small businesses can make the transition from Web 2.0 to 3.0. We discuss some of the risks involved in staying with platforms such as Facebook, and how you can repurpose and reuse the content you already have on web 3.0 platforms. Finally, we offer some advice on where to go for help if NFTs, web 3.0, and crypto seem confusing.
Are you a content creator? Do you feel like your time on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok is productive? If not, it may be time to reevaluate how you’re spending your time online. In this episode of Put Some Money On My Books, we’ll explore the impact of Facebook Jail on small business owners and content creators, and whether or not showing up is really all you need to succeed.
Fear is often the reason people don’t connect with communities authentically. They feel they have to put on a persona in order to fit in or be accepted. This leads to a lack of trust within the community, and can ultimately cause people to lose clients. However, there are ways to connect with communities authentically without fear. First, you need to understand what it means to be an authentic community leader or member. Second, you need to be vulnerable and accept that you may be rejected at times. Third, you need to focus on the positive aspects of the community. By following these tips, you can overcome your fear of rejection and build strong, lasting relationships within your community.
Are you a multi-hyphenate entrepreneur? Do you ever feel like you need to switch niches because your clients get confused? You’re not alone. In this episode of “Building a Community of Multi-Hyphenate Entrepreneurs”, we explore what it means to have multiple passions and how to balance them. We also discuss the things that neurodivergent content creators need to feel included in communities and how to make your clients less confused when you switch from niche to niche.
Microschools are becoming increasingly popular, as people search for new and innovative ways to educate their children. But what are microschools, exactly? And why would you want to tokenize them? In this article, we’ll explore those questions and more. We’ll also look at some of the challenges you may face when using NFTs and social tokens with your microschool, online course, or academy.
Community is important for microschools. Episode 11 of our Tokenized series dives into what it means to build a community before you think about your community token. You’ll hear about the challenges and importance of building a community for your token. Don’t want to work with the community you currently have? We got you covered.
Raising capital for your microschool can be difficult. But there are ways to do it. In this episode, we discuss how to create a crypto currency for your microschool and the benefits of doing so. We also talk about the things you should consider when you are ready to move forward with creating an NFT for your existing community. Listen to the full episode to learn more.
As we move into an increasingly digital world, it’s important to stay ahead of the curve. In this episode of Get Ahead of the Curve, we’ll be discussing Web 3 technology- what it is, why you need to connect with experts already involved in the space, and some examples of Web 2 and Web 3 technology. We’ll also be talking about why it’s important to familiarize yourself with Web 3 terminology, why it’s not too late to get involved in the space, and what collaboration looks like in Web 3. So tune in and learn more about this important topic!