Build your audience without worrying where you’ll find the time or whether your blog posts are good enough.
Imagine it’s Monday morning, four weeks from now. You wake up leisurely—no alarm, of course. You brew a cup of coffee and sit down with your computer to look at your to-do list for the week.
You know what’s not on your to-do list?
“Write a blog post!!!”
That’s not on your to-do list, because you’ll have pre-written blog posts for the coming days, the coming weeks, or even for the coming month already.
You’re not dreading writing a post, because you’ve developed a strong habit of creating blogs posts regularly and with ease.
Would you rather…
|Write 30 blog posts in the next 30 days…||… or let another three months go by before you blog again?|
|Share valuable content with your audience…||… or not teach them anything at all because you need all your content to be perfect?|
|Create with confidence…||… or worry that you have nothing to add to what’s already been said?|
|Stress yourself out because your once-a-month podcast episode better be a good one…||… or think “hey, if this one’s not very good, I’ll simply record a better one tomorrow!”|
If your answers fall into the column on the right, this is for you.
Introducing: the 30-Day Creator Challenge
Building an audience requires creating valuable content consistently.
To hit your business and revenue goals, you just have to keep showing up and serving your audience.
But it isn’t easy to show up day after day after day.
Before you know it, it’s been months since you posted on your blog, or your podcast dies silently after five episodes.
I will teach you how to keep showing up.
So that your blog, podcast, or video channel doesn’t become another one of those projects that you started but never finished.
In this challenge, you’ll create a piece of content every day for 30 days.
By doing this, you will:
- Serve your audience 👨🏻🏫
- Build your email list ✉️
- Establish a kickass habit 😎
- Prove to yourself that you can be consistent too 👊🏻
- Practice a valuable skill (e.g. writing or recording podcasts) 💻
- Feel proud of yourself! 💪🏻
When you create valuable content regularly, you will build a following of loyal customers or clients.
How we’ll stop you from sabotaging yourself
- Choosing topics for your content
- Avoiding “I’ll do it later” syndrome
- Beating perfectionism and overthinking
- Avoiding unhelpful comparisons with others
- Detaching yourself from short-term results (so you can have long-term success!)
It doesn’t matter whether you write, record podcast episodes, shoot videos, or create any other form of content. The key is that you’ll be forming a habit that will grow your business sustainably for the long term.
Who am I?
I’m Peter and I have written a blog post every single day since April 7, 2018.
For years, I worked as a high-level consultant, managing teams working on projects you’d read about in the national news. I became an expert at helping others organize and prioritize their work.
Now, I teach entrepreneurs my methods for consistently doing valuable work in the midst of distractions and competing priorities.
Okay, that sounds nice and clean. I went from job A to business B. Smooth, right?
When I first started blogging—and blogging was the start of my business—I blogged every Tuesday and Thursday. Monday would roll around and I’d go…
UGH, tomorrow is a writing day!
I would dread Tuesdays and Thursdays because I’d have to write something on those days, damn it, and I didn’t want to write.
Then I decided to solve that problem by simply writing something every. single. day.
And guess what? Writing daily is wayyyy easier than writing every now and then! It’s counterintuitive, I know. But it’s true.
That’s why I will teach you how to create a piece of content every day for 30 days. After you’ll have done that, creating content will be easy for you, too, and you can use your content to build your business.
Now, I hear you
You know that creating content consistently is the key to building your audience.
But you might have some worries, like:
- “I don’t have anything to add”
- “I don’t just want to rehash what others have already said”
- “I don’t know where to find the time”
- “There’s so much amazing content out there already”
These are commons problems and they affect many entrepreneurs.
I will teach you how to handle them, so you can spend your time creating rather than worrying.
You can create content consistently even if you have a full-time job.
After all, we’re not planning to write novels, film movies, or record Hardcore History episodes!
(Oh, wait, you’ve never listed to Hardcore History, so you don’t get the reference? Let’s just say those episodes are long…)
Anyway, you can put out blog posts that your audience will love, even if you feel that you’re not very good at writing.
You can record kickass podcast episodes that people will share with their friends, even if you don’t like the sound of your voice.
For entrepreneurs, creating content consistently is not optional.
You need to do it to get in front of the people who will be your customers or clients. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to take a lot of time.
Plus, a limited-time bonus
If you join now, you will get complimentary access to my private Slack channel!
The Slack channel is a community of creators just like you, who are creating and sharing content every single day.
It is a supportive environment where we help each other stay motivated and deal with obstacles as we’re building that habit of creating content for our audiences regularly.
The sooner you start…
Don’t let your new podcast die out silently after five episodes.
Don’t let time go by until there are weeks or months between your blog posts.
You’d spend more time doing nothing and being unhappy with how little content you’ve created than you will on creating content in this challenge.
Learn to create content consistently starting today and watch your audience grow.
Did I mention it’s 100% free?