(Discover the Three Key Elements That Will Elevate Your Creative Journey)
Last week, I found myself walking under the soft patter of rain, lost in thought, when suddenly, like a bolt of lightning, an idea struck me: the creator business formula.
I matured this idea after ingurgitating tons of content and taking several courses.
But I’m not here to play the usual copywriting game with you. I know you’re way too smart for those tricks. I want to give you the good stuff, the real deal, straight away!
And if you’ve seen the visual above, you already have a good idea of what I’m gonna write.
Here’s the formula:
Quality + Volume + Uniqueness = Money
Contrary to what I thought until now, I believe that these three elements are non-negotiable.
They’re especially crucial now, as we stand on the precipice of a content overload, with the imminent influx of mediocre content that’s likely to flood our digital landscape. I already feel I drowning, don’t you?
But that’s another story.
Let’s dissect these three keys, shall we?
Quality, the first key, seems pretty straightforward, doesn’t it? But the real conundrum lies in how we achieve it.
In my view, there are three aspects to developing quality:
1. Practice: just like a musician fine-tuning their craft (oh my dear guitar!) or an athlete training for the big game, the more you practice, the better you get. It’s a simple, time-tested truth.
2. Quality of what you consume: the old adage “you are what you eat,” holds true for content creation as well. The quality of the content you consume directly influences the quality of the content you create. If you feed your mind with high-quality, thought-provoking content, it’s bound to reflect in your work.
3. How you process this information to create: this is where your unique thought process and personal experiences come into play. How you interpret, analyze, and utilize the information you consume is key to creating quality content.