If you look closely at the skills needed for being successful at work and the ones needed for being successful in personal ventures, you’ll likely find a lot of overlap. In hew new blog post, Greg Reid summarizes the novel idea of coaching a children’s activity to develop creative inspiration. He reminds us that knowing and catering to our audience, having the ability to plan and execute useful content and delivering a clear message are universal skills applicable to all areas of life.
- To create content that converts to sales, it should speak with an authentic voice and address the needs of the buyer.
- One kids coach found that the authentic voice of the kids he coached helped him communicate plainly and effectively.
- As a content creator you need to be willing to try out a lot of content plans, including video clips, text, etc.
“There’s not much difference between the mindset and skills you need to coach kids and the one you need to generate great content.”