If You Can’t Find a Stage, Build a Stage and Share the Stage – Escape the Matrix

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If You Can’t Find a Stage, Build a Stage and Share the Stage.

Finding an ideal opportunity can be challenging. In fact, it might never materialize, and unfortunately, even if it does, you might lack the necessary connections to access it. Giving up on your aspiration to become an effective speaker is often the easier path when you struggle to identify a suitable platform. However, the good news is that some aspects of our circumstances are within our control. Achieving leadership in any domain entails asserting yourself and assuming responsibility.

As of 2023, the unemployment rate among African youth, aged 15 to 24, stands at 11.2 percent. So, what can be done to address this pressing issue? The concept here revolves around motivating us to establish our own opportunities. Within a capitalist economic framework, the wealth gap has grown substantially—the rich amass more riches while the poor face deepening financial struggles. Any business established within the bounds of capitalism has the potential to succeed.

A positive aspect of the present era is the unprecedented access to resources for personal growth. We now enjoy enhanced availability of online books, YouTube tutorials, and various tools for creative pursuits like music production. If you commit just two hours daily to learning skills such as video editing, effective communication, and storytelling, consistent effort over seven months can lead to mastery.

Imagine harnessing the potential of creating YouTube videos for six months with a dedicated focus on growth. This approach could lead to remarkable success. The process of mastering a skill and promoting it publicly applies universally; all you need to do is pinpoint your area of interest. It’s likely that proficiency in video editing will begin to yield returns around the eighth month. At that point, you’d naturally capitalize on producing more content, as more videos directly correlate with increased earnings. This could prompt the need to swiftly expand, possibly by employing assistance. Sharing your platform with someone else is essentially granting them a role on your stage, and within two years or less, your employees might be inspired to build their own platform.

This is just an example which is applicable to everything you want to learn.

Simple steps to help you grow

  • Listen to podcasts/informative videos.
  • Speak about what you learn.
  • Write about what you learned.
  • Read about what you learn.
  • Think about what you learn.
  • Share what you learn with those who want to hear it.
  • Never stop networking.

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