The thing that has kept our species going, thriving and becoming the best we can be is the power of passing on knowledge in various formats from written words, visually, auditorily, hands-on and through trial and error.
It’s a beautiful thing to pass on information, especially from your own perspective that could potentially help one to millions of people.
Furthermore, I personally believe, it’s our duty not only as humans but as citizens also to pass on information that enhances a person(s) life.
If you have a knowledge or a skill of value on a subject that can make the world a better place.Get it out of your head and share it…you’re doing the world disfavor by not sharing it.
To give you an idea of what you could possibly share with the world, that could many people. I’m going to relate some of my knowledge skills.
Personally, I have knowledge on how to sell, how to learn Spanish, how to be a good collegiate wrestler, how to physical train people, how to blog, how to edit/shoot videos, how to be a more attractive man etc.
On those topics, I can share my insights on how to do those things, become those things and be better at those things.
So relating this back to you, if you have an abundance knowledge how to be a fitness competitor, how to do consultant, how to be social, how to be more fit, how to be a good parent, how to funny etc.
Share that knowledge because people are always going to be looking for more ways to be this, and how to do it.
By you doing that, you can potentially and can make a world a happier and better place. You might not become famous, or get a lot of credit for your work in the beginning or never.
But, regardless of the outcome, you’ll be helping people, you’ll be a person of more value, a creator, a producer than people who constantly consume without giving back.
There are too many consumers and not enough producers. So do your best to be a creator that gives value through writing, blogging, videos etc regardless of whether you’ll know it will help or not.
I remember the person that inspired me to start my 1st blog in 2009 was a Swedish guy named Henri Juntilla at www.wakeupcloud.com who runs a successful personal development website and man that inspired me to start YT channel in 2016 was Nick Kelly of www.boldanddetermined.com a website for masculine developmental success and also for ladies striving to be their best.
Check these guys out and don’t forget to check out my content too. I’m not on these cats level yet, but working towards it and I know my online work has helped people or given value.
You have nothing to lose by being a creator, yes it requires work and getting out your comfort zone.
However, there’s so much to gain such as more purpose, you gain more knowledge, you make friends, you make connections, the potentiality of making money etc…remember every creator you followed was once a beginner.
Nonetheless, they kept at it and eventually their knowledge, skill set, and creativity has helped hundreds to millions of people.
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