Episode #18 – Finding Your Unique Voice with Evan Carmichael

I recently sat down with YouTuber extraordinaire Evan Carmichael to talk about why content creation is more important than ever before — despite the fact that there is so much of it — and how to stand out in the crowded sea of “me too’s.”

I’m really excited about this.

Welcome to Episode #18 of the Rich20Something podcast!

 

Evan Carmichael is a prolific content creator and host of his own
 
YouTube channel, where he interviews some of today’s top influencers and thought leaders.

As part of his creative journey, Evan gathers inspiration from his guest and solicits ideas from thousands of followers. He’s what you call a “Next Gen” content curator.

I sat down with Evan to talk about why content creation is more important than ever before — despite the fact that there is so much of it — and how to stand out in the crowded sea of “me too’s.”

This was a particularly juicy conversation, and you won’t want to miss Evan share his thoughts on the basic rules beginners should follow to make their way into the entrepreneurial space.

Enjoy today’s episode, be brave, and never stop until your voice is heard.

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can you take a quick second to do that here?

I appreciate you!

SHOW NOTES:

[0:51]

Learn why Evan’s personal logo is a paper plane.

[3:21]

In the early days of his show, Evan selfishly selected people to interview, now he lets his community choose.

[10:30]

Why you need to be prolific: producing constant content makes you better and grows your audience.

[15:04]

Lessons to be learned from Kanye, Tupac and Osho.

[19:59]

Evan looked to his guests for inspiration while building his YouTube channel.

[25:11]

Growing your audience is great but it’s all about the process. Hitting one million subscribers will only drive Evan faster and farther.

[28:31]

Passion projects should be driven by love and dedication — not by money.

[35:45]

Will the entrepreneurship bubble burst?

[39:47]

What beginners to YouTube need to do to succeed. (Don’t miss this.)

[50:00]

It takes work to create original content from unoriginal sources.

 

Daniel
@Rich20Something

Daniel is the founder and CEO of Rich20Something. A millennial business mastermind, he has successfully started three consecutive freelance businesses and scaled them to over $100K in revenue with zero startup capital. His work is regularly featured in Time Magazine, Fortune, Entrepreneur, Business Insider, Fox News, and Yahoo! Business. His debut book, Rich20Something, publishes on May 2, 2017.

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