30-Day Creator Accountability Group

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FOR: Creators Struggling To Stay On Track

Would you like to:

  • Reach your goals?

  • Step up your creator game?

  • Get over your imposter syndrome?

If you're looking for some help reaching your goals, creating content and putting yourself out there, join my FREE Discord group.

This is a community of action-oriented online creators, regardless of their medium.

Your goal could be tweeting 1x per day, creating your newsletter, making YouTube videos. Whatever you want it to be!

This group is a place to:

  • Ask for advice

  • Share your expertise

  • Share resources & tools

  • Podcast and book recommendations

  • Plug into a supportive community of like-minded creators

There's no pressure to create every day, it's just a good way to stay on track.

Here's how it works:

1) Choose Your 30-Day Goal

You choose whatever you'd like to work on for the month.

Could be writing, sending out Tweets, doodling, whatever you like.

2) Stay On Track With Daily Accountability

This is a group to keep you accountable to your goals.

But really, no pressure! Days that you can't create or reach your goal, it's no big deal. You just write in the group "Hey guys, I didn't create today!"

3) Join Our Private Discord Group

You'll get a link to a Discord group for this 30-day community challenge. It's a free, easy-to-use platform for group communication.

4) Weekly Twitter Space Meet Up

Once a week there'll be a Twitter Space to check-in and talk about wins, losses, challenges.
A great way to share ideas and keep motivated.
Anyone on Twitter is welcome to join in and chat, but I organize them for our group.

5) Get Added To Our Creator Group Twitter List

An easy way to find fellow creators from the group on Twitter - and for you to be found, too!

Here's what others are saying:

My Story...

For years I wanted to create content and share my thoughts with the world. I had half-written blog posts, book ideas and outlines, but I didn’t take any action.

I never shared my thoughts online and never created content of any kind.

I had ideas, but I thought they were stupid or had been said before. I thought no one would like what I had to say or people would look down on me.

Finally realizing my fears, insecurities and imposter syndrome weren't going away on their own, I decided to start writing and sharing on Twitter in March 2021.

I had no idea what I was doing. I didn't have a niche, didn't have an audience, and didn't have a voice.

Overtime, I gained confidence, built an audience and started hosting live audio shows in Twitter Spaces.

The more I created, the more ideas I had. The more I shared, the more people reached out to me and invited me to speak on their podcasts and YouTube channels or contribute to their newsletters and articles.

The more I helped others, the more people messaged me asking me to help them on their journey.

The truth is, no one gives you permission to be a creator.

There's nothing to earn, no degrees needed, no scorecard or point-system.

No one is coming to say "You! Be a Creator!"

You have to give yourself permission to create. Permission to experiment. Permission to test things out and see what sticks.

You can get over your imposter syndrome, perfectionism, inner critic and create content that you love.

You just need to step out and start doing it.

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30-Day Creator Accountability Group

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