Systems thinking and process building are all the rage in online education courses and communities.
Integrated meta-learning curricula concerning your online presence—the springboard of your entrepreneurial independence and the mechanism by which you build personal wealth.
- Find your personal monopoly (unique combination of skills, interests, and personality traits).
- Create a content thesis (topic, audience, format, platform, frequency, motivation, value proposition).
- Build a second brain (capture, organize, and turn information into creative output).
Templates and processes for newsletter creation, harnessing social media, consulting, speaking, copywriting, web design, stock investing, etc.
It’s a beautiful cornucopia of actionable advice with positive long-term effects.
The sales pitch—explicit or implicit—is a kind of, “I made all the mistakes, so you don’t have to. Here’s a system that works.”
But those early “mistakes” can be enormously worthwhile for those that are still exploring.
No systems, no process. Jump in and make a mess. Not the throwing shit at the wall to see what sticks stage; it’s way before that. It’s the what does it feel like to shit here stage.
The kind of exploration that gives you a more profound and intrinsic sense of what makes these offered systems work and how to adapt them to and combine them with your unique qualities and situation.
If you can afford it (time, money, interest), don’t skip right to the instruction manual that someone else created. Spread the pieces over the floor and play.