Let’s get straight to the point…
You may think that your content is very good, but I’m telling you: it is not.
When you see some likes and a few comments under your post, you get excited and you start to believe that you are now a good content creator.
And you totally forget what content creation is all about.
It’s just a game.
You are self-deceiving yourself because your head gets filled with dopamine and your emotions tell you that you are great. But no, you are not.
It will take you a long, long time before you become great.
And there is still a possibility that you won’t be great at all.
When you start getting less and less dopamine, because of the same amount of likes, comments, and people, you start to feel that something is wrong.
Despite that, you keep publishing the same crap, again and again, but your results don’t change.
Then you start blaming everything and everyone for your own failure.
That’s where disappointment hits and you realize that it’s actually a lot harder than throwing a few random words in a text editor and waiting for something to happen.
To be able to create good content, you have to learn. A lot. Every single day.
Content has to have a purpose.
It has to be wanted.
It has to be interesting.
It has to be original.
It has to be targeted.
You have to know what you are telling others.
You have to show them why they should spend their time to consume your content.
And you have to be willing to be giving to them, instead of expecting to be taking from them.
No one cares about you, bro.
Let go of your expectations, be self-aware, and deliver quality.
That’s just how things work.
You can’t cry about the way you want it to be... You have to adapt to the way it actually is.
Otherwise, the market will throw you out.
That’s what could make you good at playing the game.
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