I got you.
Not only that, but I’m going to hold your feet to the fire, too.
Adam stopping by again…
I picked up the kids from school yesterday.
They were at their Mom’s all last week.
I missed them, badly.
I took them to the park, then came home, went on a bike ride, dinner, homework, wrestling, a shower, a bedtime story and then bed.
I tell you all that because I planned on sending this email last night, but these two angels come first.
Today, I released a Tik Tok challenge.
An idea that’s been rattling around in my head for a couple of months now.
Note: Don’t wait like I did to pull the trigger.
And it’s not a “live” challenge, so there’s no real start/end date.
It’s all delivered via email.
One email a day for 30 days.
This comment, from a guy who’s got 1.7 million Tik Tok followers, popped up last night;
He thinks it’s a good idea.
His name is also Adam.
And no, I didn’t pay him to say it.
He’s got a big Tik Tok following, so he understands how the platform works.
And likes the idea of a 30-day challenge.
I email you an idea for a video every day for 30 days.
You read the email, create the video, and publish it.
It shouldn’t take you longer than 30 minutes/day to complete.
In 30 days, you’ll have 30 tiny digital assets working for you ’round the clock — 24/7/365.
Building your brand.
Growing your audience.
Increasing your influence.
Boosting your bank account with more of the green stuff.
You can join the challenge for a small investment of $19.
If you complete the challenge (post a video everyday), I will refund your $19.
This ain’t about me putting more coins in my piggybanks.
This is to motivate you to take action.
Maybe get you to step outside your comfort zone.
To start publishing short form videos online.
To help you develop a high income habit.
A Dadpreneur, a marketing strategist, a horrendous fantasy football player, a dreadful golfer, a cheeseburger connoisseur and a wastebucket full of useless sports knowledge.