Using all of your time to create content Part 2


This is part two about not using every moment to figure out how you can make money with what you’re doing.

One of the things that I have come across while talking to other women is having a balance when they have a partner. Many of us who do this have partners. When it’s time for you to have those intimate moments with your partner or say for example, you guys can be having a very good intimate spontaneous act of engagement. You are in the mood, things are flowing as they naturally flow between you and your partner. Then all of a sudden you will have a thought like “Oh my gosh, this is so good. Why am I not recording this?” Then you will find yourself jumping out of the bed or whatever it is that you’re doing. You hurry to set up your camera. All of this is being done because it is not just about getting a quick shot.

When we do this we’re thinking about the angles, how can we get this to work to capture it in quality. Well, for the most part we do that. While doing all of this we are excited. Most likely thinking, “I’m going to make this money.” All while not thinking that you’re inviting people into an intimate moment between you and your partner only to make money. Most times yes, a partner will agree. However, they in a lot of cases will only agree to that for so long before it starts becoming quite annoying for them and they don’t want to even be intimate or do anything because all they can see is, “They want this content to make some money.”

Who wants that? Who want that type of life? Who wants to live that way? I’m not bashing. I’m not saying that if you do create couples content or anything, that something is wrong with doing so. I am saying think about how you’re doing what you are doing. What time are you putting into your business to be all consuming for you instead of focusing on some of the things that really matter?

At the end of the day remember that.

Until next time…