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The 30 Day Transition Way of Creating Content

The 30-Day Transition Way of Creating Content

This is Debbie Drum coming at you live on

“Passive Income with Content.”

I’m so excited about the 30-Day Transition Way of Creating Content.

I’ve made a ton—a ton—of money using this method.   You don’t need a lot of experience, and you don’t even have to be an expert. You will create masses of content and get serious mileage out of it.

The 30-Day Transition Way of Creating Content is a learning process that you’re documenting for both yourself and your audience.  

You outline your progress and place it into a translatable format that others can use in the future. This is a double use of your time (content creation and learning) that you can easily monetize.  

 

You must be passionate.

Before we get started, let’s talk about passion.  The whole point here is to take something you’re struggling with but passionate about and interested in, get better at it, then teach others how to do the same.

If you’re not excited about what you’re doing, you will not have the motivation to carry through, and that, my friends, is a problem.  Using the 30-Day Transition Way will be difficult if whatever you’re doing online to create an income does not make you happy.  

Happiness is the goal here—that good feeling that comes from growth in an area you love working.

 

It’s worked for me—again and again.

To put this into perspective, years ago, it was utterly painful for me to create videos.

I know now that I would have never been able to go on Facebook live without having a written script that I practiced a million times.  The camera made me so nervous. I lost my thoughts, couldn’t stay focused—it was just an overall bad scene.

I had an inkling that video would eventually be imperative to my success, though, and as time progressed, that became reality.  It’s a must-have aspect to any form of online marketing.

Most importantly, I wanted to be comfortable with making videos.  

With that intuition on hand, I decided to give myself a 30-day increment in which to lose those jitters.  It was time to get rid of the heart palpitations, the shaky voice—all the stuff people struggle with when speaking in public—and forget just enough fear to make it work.  

And it worked.

Now, I’m able to share my progress and methods with other people just like me.   

Publishing was also a struggle for me.  I wasn’t anxious about publishing a book, but I had no idea where to begin.  In 30 days, my goal was to learn every publishing process that transforms script to print, and I documented each step in detail.

When that month was over, I knew exactly how to achieve my publishing goals, and because I used the 30-Day Transition Way of Creating Content through the journey, countless other people do as well.

 

You can do it.

What I experienced is what the 30-Day Transition Way of Creating Content is all about.  Learning while you teach, then taking the content you created in the process and using it to build passive income.

You can do this, too.  Give yourself a timed goal to work on whatever passion you’re finding difficult to master, and build a monetized strategy as you learn.

 

Four steps.  Make it happen.

1. Pick something you want to be better at.

To begin, you only need to know one thing.  What do you want to improve on?

Remember, with this method, marketing is key.  Choosing to implement the 30-Day Transition Way of Creating Content is a great way to improve any skill set, but in order to create something lucrative, you may want to focus your efforts on skills you know others want to improve, also.

Not everyone wants to learn how to translate Mandarin poetry into Arabic, but lots of people want to learn how to double their profits on Amazon.

Make sure this is something people are looking for, and you will reap the rewards.

2. Set your schedule.

Setting a strict schedule that you do not deviate from is one of the most important factors in the 30-Day Transition Way of Creating Content. 

You need to create accountability to learn, and keeping your future profits in mind will help immensely. 

Ask yourself a few questions before you begin.

When do you want to document?  When will you practice? 

For my videos, I did a 30-Day YouTube Ad Challenge.  Every single day, I put myself in front of the camera and documented my entire process regardless of whether I wanted to or not.  That was years ago, and it still drives traffic to my page daily. 

3. Stick to it.

This one sounds simple, but it will be the make-or-break of your project.  You have to set your goals and follow through.  

Every time I earn a new subscriber or see the profits gaining, I know that waking up early on my usually lazy Sunday mornings and cramming my face into that camera was worth every second.

4. Find your most comfortable method of documentation.

Figure out how you most comfortably and conveniently communicate and sell to your audience.  This can be video, blogging, handwriting, or even writing a book.

I prefer video for its versatility.  I can record whatever it is I want to share, then load it into multiple platforms, and it’s easily accessible to users.  I recommend learning this process even if you’re not necessarily fond of it.  Video has become a marketing firestorm, and you will see results.

Whatever your choice, the most important part of this step is ensuring your method is transferable to computer and web.

Writing everything down on sticky tabs may be convenient in the moment, but perhaps using a spiral notebook, typing, or recording will be more beneficial for translating your content into a usable format.

Document everything usefully, and before long you’ll be swarmed by marketable content.  This is a great thing.

 

It really is that easy.

Really!  Okay, well, it’s not exactly easy.  You are essentially challenging yourself to overcome a struggle.  However, you are learning while you create content, then you’re sharing your passions with the world in a way that has potential to build your profits like crazy.  That part is easy.

So, find your goals, set your schedule (and stick to it), then start building that content!

 

How is the 30-Day  Transition Way of Creating Content working for you?

Let me know how you’re doing!  I am so excited to learn about your success and growth.

And don’t forget to join me, Debbie Drum, on Facebook at Passive Income with Content.  We have regular live videos coming your way.

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