Top Creators Slowly Stop Doing These Things


and Here’s Why You Should Too

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The world is being ruled by creators. In all honesty, it’s great. I observe interesting people who are paid for sharing their opinions with the public. The best part is that creators are redefining their own lives. For many people, writing, creating, and developing on the internet has recently become a terrific method to make a job. Celebrities from the creator community are at the top. I’ve been seeing these people for quite some time, and this is what I see them giving up.

  1. A contest for supremacy – One remark from a Gary Vee YouTube clip sticks with me. This 22-year-old woman has a burning desire to succeed. She just graduated from college and wants to create something. To cut a long story short, Gary inquires about her goals and objectives. She says something like, “And then in less than 8 years when I’m a millionaire by 25 I’ll come to shake your hand,” when he feels she understands the concept of slow success after their chat. Then Gary adds a deadly line: “I promise that’s why you won’t be,” he says. Yes, that is the case. You reach the pinnacle of the game because you love it. You can’t truly love the game if you’re chasing the top.
  2. Competing with anyone else – This has been said before. Absolutely, I say. I have to constantly remind myself of that saying since it’s so simple to get sucked into the race. It is this: You versus You.I know, it’s so basic, but it carries a lot of weight. Actually, it’s you versus you. People who are prosperous adopt that idea as their motto. When they experience an envious feeling, those are the words that keep coming to mind. If your only goal when playing the game is to compare yourself to other players rather than concentrating on winning, there is no use in doing so. It’s an attitude.
  3. Keep the way of life in mind – It’s so simple to be drawn into other people’s fantasies. You aren’t paying attention, and suddenly you are pursuing a dream that was never really yours to begin with. Typically, it is focused on money. People tend to lose sight of their goals when they are in pursuit. If you’re attempting to create a business that fits your way of life—one that allows you to play, spend time with your family, and enjoy your leisure time. Once you get $1 million a year, or whatever your figure is (mine is much lower), you may stop chasing. You can only continue. Not always running as fast as you can is the goal.
  4. Fixed perspectives – The ability to confidently declare, “I changed my mind,” is fantastic. It has a certain degree of strength and joy. A superpower is the ability to state, “This is my opinion at this time given the information I have,” and to be content with the statement, “Now that I have new information, I have a different opinion.” one that is uncommonly held. This is in plenty among the best creators.
  5. Be quick to think – One of the most important things I’ve learned from the best creators across a variety of platforms is that they understand that there are opportunities to produce everywhere. Every concept has the potential to generate income. Every daily stroll is an opportunity for reflection. Every criticism is a sore spot. These resources might help you develop your ideas and build on the internet. Everything is a chance to enhance your offer, boost sign-ups, and develop a superior product. Some of the best creators I am aware of draw inspiration from everywhere around them.
  6. Positivity – The majority of the people you admire probably exude confidence. Not in an arrogant, self-centered manner, but in a comforting one. Like they are knowledgeable about the subject. Like they are calm in a storm because they are aware of what is happening. They are a person that people are drawn to because of their quality. No, they are not all-knowing. They may not have all the solutions, but there is one thing that emanates from them. Confidence. And that’s a quality worth praising.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. sicetnon3 says:

    “The Way of Life” is such an excellent phrase. Thank you.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      Thank you. I am a surprised I am a little sad seeing a non thought provoking comment from you today. But grateful for you taking time to read my post nonetheless. Have a great day ahead.


      1. sicetnon3 says:

        🤔 To me your phrase is VERY thought provoking! Yet for me, the less thought and the more life is definitely the set course…


      2. GS says:

        You never fail to surprise me.


  2. byngnigel says:

    Number 4 is something I practice. Learning to adapt on the go, to capitalize on opportunity.. never allowing the mindset to become so set in stone that I miss out on opportunities to grow and become better. Loved this post.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      I agree. Creating great content that really resonates with your target audience requires you to know what’s going on in your industry. And the best content creators scour — not just read, but scour — the internet for industry news and trends. This sets them up nicely to understand the context behind what’s happened historically in their industry and how that shapes their target audience’s mindset in the present.

      Thank you for taking time to read my post.

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