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“I want to start blogging/making YouTube videos, but I don’t know where to start. I don’t know what I would even talk about. I think I’ll sound stupid.” 

I’ve heard this too many times over the years from people who have something of value to share with the public but never put it out. This audiobook solves that problem completely and definitively. 

Use every idea in here - more than once and in any way you wish - and start. Just start, and the ideas will come. 

As for the sounding stupid part, don’t worry: If your stuff sucks and no one is reading/watching, you don’t have any reason to be embarrassed. No one saw it anyway. 

Get started. 

©2018 Dre Baldwin (P)2018 Work On Your Game Inc.

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Super valuable.

During the first minute, I heard something like "blah blah blah, will be the definitive guide in blah blah blah." I was feeling like it might be another book that hypes itself way more than it should. Then the next minute came, and I was already thinking, "oh, that's a good idea" an hour later, and 20 minutes into the content, I'm furiously writing content ideas down based on what was said.

I was worried about this being too specific. I mean how do you share ideas that are useful, but not specific enough to one field or focus? The author puts together a great deal of ideas under the ideas. Instead of focusing on the back story of selling cars, he focuses on a back story in general; instead of talking about why you got into medicine, he talks about what got you into what you do. It seems simple now, and not every idea spoke volumes to me, but from several, I've already come up with 20 new vlog concepts.

Now to find the time.

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Quick, Easy, Applicable & Extremely Useful

For those who need content ideas this definitely delivers, and some.
One idea was so important it was repeated three times. Which was actually quite funny.
However, I really think this would benefit just about anybody, especially someone who is starting out on YouTube -- or any platform where they are looking to start building a brand and/or community.

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useless

nothing worthwhile in this book .. little to no real world information for a content creator