I first met Scott Britton when I took his in-person Skillshare class titled “30+ Life Hacks to have more money, time, energy, and well-being.” Since then, he’s built himself an empire, building his blog Life-Long Learner into an amazing resource for people wanting to build the life they want.
On this week’s podcast, I talk to him about his journey, and about how he transitioned from business development into online marketing. This interview is full of actionable information.
Here’s what we chat about:
- How Life-Long Learner grew from a business development job into an empire
- The reason why Scott has his very first blog posts as a canned response in Gmail
- It doesn’t matter if you don’t know what you’re doing — no one else does either
- Scott’s Utopia Mindset, and how it can help you get the life you want
- The questions Scott asks people in order to grow his network
- How Scott makes his online courses
- One thousand true fans
- The most important different between digital assets and physical products
- Why Scott changed his mind about how much sleep he needs
- How Scott makes sure his actions match his goals in life
- Using systems to save time when making a podcast
Links mentioned in this show include:
- Michael Hartl’s Rails Tutorial
- How to launch your own website – free NNL video tutorial!
- Skillshare (it’s different now than it was when Scott and I taught there)
- Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi
- Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert B., PhD Cialdini
- Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success by Adam M. Grant Ph.D.
- 1,000 True Fans
- The Competitive Edge podcast (iTunes link)
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