Want To Start A YouTube Channel?

I started my YouTube channel over 8 years ago, …

And believe it or not, it took me many years to finally become comfortable in front of the camera.

I know you see my videos now, and I look very natural, but you should have seen all the bloopers we’ve recorded over the years.

Here’s a vlog video from 7 years ago about the time I saw Star Wars, so you can see what I was like >>

Being comfortable on camera is very much like my public speaking journey.

I’ve recorded so many videos now that I don’t even think about it anymore, but it took many years to get there.

So, in this week’s newsletter, you’re going to get some of my best tips for starting and growing a YouTube channel.

I believe that everyone has a story… a message, and value to offer the right audience.

I’ve tried many different types of content on my channel, some have been highly successful, while others have failed badly.

The main thing is I kept going and figured out what works best for my audience.

How To Find The Best Niche

If you search this on YouTube, you’ll get a tonne of videos telling you what the best niches are.

I chose business because that’s what I do every day.

So many people get confused about what niche to get into.

The truth is, the best niche for you is YOU.

What skills do you have?

What unique talents do you have?

Are you interested in learning something new and documenting your journey?

Many YouTubers will tell you that it took a lot of testing before they found something that worked for them.

But all it requires is a little self-knowledge and the commitment to a niche that interests you and that you know you’d be good at.

Why You Don’t Need An Expensive Camera 

I know what you could be thinking…

“I need to buy a really good camera to make high-quality YouTube videos.”

Believe it or not, that is a huge MYTH.

What’s more important than the camera you use are the settings of your camera and the lighting in your video.

You could have the most expensive camera, but if the lighting is bad and you’re using the wrong settings, your video will look terrible.

Sound is also very important, so make sure you have a lapel mic rather than using the microphone on your phone or camera.

And just to prove you can use your smartphone to make high-quality videos, here’s one I made with my iPhone >>

Why Consistency Beats Intensity Every Time

When you first start your channel, it’s wise to decide what you can commit to every week.

At the very least, you should aim for one video per week, and it will pay you to be consistent rather than intense with your content creation.

Here’s what I mean.

It’s far better for you to produce one video per week than to come out guns blazing and produce 3-4 videos per week…

Only to burn yourself out and stop creating videos after a few months.

YouTube is a long game.

Sure some videos can go viral, but even then your audience wants to see more content from you long term.

So, make sure you can stay consistent with your content creation schedule.

3 Secrets For Growing Your Channel

There are many ways to grow a YouTube channel, but today, you’ll get 3 of my best secrets to take your channel to the moon.

Now, my results aren’t typical, but I’m certain if you use these 3 things and others you find on your journey, you’ll see some great results.

  • Use Time-tested Marketing Principles

    If you look at my channel, you’ll see video titles like “The One Thing That Builds A Big Company”, “3 Psychological Triggers To Make People Buy From You”, “How To Get Better Clients In 10% Of The Time”.

    I use the skill of copywriting to capture people’s attention and get them intrigued to watch the video.

    This is why your niche is important.

    Because when you know the people who will watch your videos on the deepest level, you’ll know what titles they’ll find interesting and will click.


  • Create Searchable Content

    YouTube is more than just a video platform, it’s a search engine.

    You can find almost anything you want.

    But there are some things that people search for more than others.

    Your job as a content creator is to create videos that the viewers want to see, not only the content you want to make.

    The reason why YouTube being a search engine is important is that the more you use specific keywords for your niche to create searchable videos, the easier people will can find your content and become fans.


  • Have Eye-catching Thumbnails

    If you think about it, your thumbnail and your title are the things that will get people to watch your video.

    You could create the best video, with amazing editing, and sound, and one that compels people to watch until the end…

    But all that will be for nothing, if the thumbnail isn’t eye-catching enough to get people to watch.

I shot a video where I share a few extra secrets I haven’t spoken about in this newsletter for growing your channel from 0 subscribers and 0 views.

I highly recommend you check it out, as I also share a good script you can use for your welcome video >>

In closing…

Have fun with your channel, and use some of the tips I’ve shared in this newsletter and I’m sure you’ll see some good results over time.

To your YouTube success,

Dan Lok

P.S.If you’d like my help building your channel and taking your income to new heights, click here to check out my training Tube Follower Secrets >>

Inside you’ll discover:

How to model my techniques to add 3+ million subscribers to your YouTube channel in record time…

  • How to create killer content that captivates your audience…
  • How to monetize your YouTube channel even if you’re clueless about marketing on YouTube right now…
  • And so much more!

Fastest Way To Become A Niche Authority?

What do you think is the quickest way to become an authority in your niche?

Well, as you may know…

I’ve written many books over the years.

From my best-seller FU Money to my latest book Unlock It.

There’s something special about writing a book for your marketplace.

So in this week’s newsletter, you’ll discover why I believe you should become an author, how to make it happen…

And if you’re already an author, we’ll also talk about what I believe are the 3 biggest challenges authors face and how to overcome them.

So, let’s get started.

Why You Should Become an Author

When clients ask me for advice on how to grow their businesses, other than formulating a marketing plan…

Very often, I suggest they write a book.


Because if you take the first 6 words of AUTHORITY, you get the word AUTHOR.

I firmly believe if you want to become an authority in your niche, other than starting a blog or a Youtube channel, writing a book is one of the best ways to do it.

Not only can you sell your book on Amazon, but you can also give it away as a lead magnet or set up a “free plus shipping” offer to get people to spend their first $1 with you.

How To Become An Author and Write Your First Book

It’s simpler to write a book and get it published these days.

You no longer need to find a publishing house to work with, as you can self-publish and put the book on Amazon very easily.

With that said, there’s still a lot that goes into a book, irrespective of the writing, so here are 7 things to think about.

1. Create a writing space and acquire your writing tools

Create a space that’s as inspiring and as free of distractions as possible.

Back in the day people used typewriters, but in this day and age, you’ll naturally use a computer.

You can also set up a Google doc and speak into your microphone if you dislike typing, and the document will transcribe your words.

This isn’t a perfect solution however, as it always requires you to fix words or phrases that aren’t clear.

2. Choose your BIG idea

Your idea MUST BE BIG.

The market is a wash with books, so if your idea isn’t big, use that idea for a social media post or a blog article.

3. Create your book’s outline

Break your big idea into as many chapters as you need.

You may like to break the chapters up into smaller segments as well.

This serves two purposes.

It gives you a clear picture of how the book will flow, and it breaks up this huge project into smaller pieces you can complete day by day.

4. Research

Your next step is to conduct your research to ensure your book is unlike anything else out there.

You really want to set your book aside from others in the same niche.

Can you provide a controversial perspective?

Can you go above and beyond the common info on your topic?

Can you provide a counter-intuitive solution to common problems?

5. Commit to a writing schedule

I know you’re busy, but make sure you can commit to a small amount of time each day, preferably at the same time every day.

If you find yourself getting too busy to complete your allotted time, even if you write for just 10-15 minutes, that’s better than not doing it all.

Skipping one day could turn into two, which could turn into three, and before long you’re way past your deadline.

6. NEVER edit as you write

When you’re in creativity mode you use your right brain.

On the flipside, when you edit you’re using your left brain.

Switching between the two is tempting but it’s counterproductive.

You want to get all your thoughts out without interruption.

Once you’re done writing, you can go back and edit to your heart’s content.

Make sure you wait a whole day before you begin editing and ensure you’re ruthless with your editing as well.

7. The Middle is always the hardest part to write

Half way through your book you may begin to experience self-doubt and wonder if you can pull this off at all.

If your outline is solid, then you’ll know your book will be too.

So, stay the course and never give up!

3 Common Challenges Authors Face and How To Overcome Them

I’ve narrowed the common challenges to 3 big ones, and if you eliminate these, it should allow you to be highly productive, eliminate overwork, and reduce stress.

The first challenge is “writer’s block”

No doubt, you’ve heard of this problem before, and I wrote it in quotations because I don’t believe in writer’s block.

Writer’s block is really a symptom of lack of research.

If you’ve ever sat down to write about something and thought “how do I start… what should I write?”

Then you simply haven’t done enough research.

Assuming you’ve worked through the 7 things I mentioned above, you’ll already have an outline for your book, the chapters, the topics you’ll discuss etc.

You’ll also have done all the research needed to bring your book to life…

So you’ll know exactly what you’re going to write about.

The second challenge is doing too much research

Yes, there is such a thing as too much research. 

So how do you know when enough is enough?

Your goal with your research is to find answers to as many questions you have about your big idea.

Anything you’re not sure of, you need to find an answer for.

Anything you think your market will want to know, you need an answer for.

So, create a set of questions or a checklist of unknowns, and once you’ve got answers for all of them, you can stop researching.

The third challenge is distractions 

Whether it’s the internet, loud noises, your friends calling or something else, you need to eliminate all distractions.

If you’re distracted while you’re in flow, it can take 25 minutes to get back in flow.

Think of the phrase “death by a thousand cuts”.

One cut won’t do much. 

Heck, maybe even 200 cuts won’t do much, but after 1000 you’re dead.

The same goes for distractions.

One or two distractions here and there won’t do much, but if you’re constantly distracted, you’ll never get anything done.

Bonus Challenge

Here’s a bonus tip.

In copywriting the headline is the most important.

After the headline, the first line of body copy is the next most important and must compel them to read the second line and so on.

In a book, you want your first line to reel them in or you’ll lose them fast.

You can make your first line compelling by writing something that’s surprising and counter-intuitive. 

Maybe you write a dramatic statement that’s controversial, or puts them right in the middle of a story…

Something philosophical…

Or something poetic.

These are just a few ways you can capture their attention.

In Closing…

Writing a book isn’t easy. 

If it were, all your competitors would be authors.

That’s why it’s a great way to set yourself aside and cut through the noise.

I hope this newsletter has helped you begin planning for your first or next book.

Until next time… go high ticket,

Dan Lok.

P.S. – While being an authority in your niche is a huge advantage, if you’re not quite there yet, it doesn’t mean you can’t grow and scale your business and create the lifestyle you deserve.

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Speak For Free And Get Paid?

Many years ago when I first got started as a speaker…

I had people tell me things like…

“You’ve got to do free gigs for a few years, and build your reputation before you make big money as a speaker.”

And it’s true.

If you think of any famous speaker, they have a great reputation.

They’re well known, and they’re paid hundreds of thousands for a keynote speech.

But if you know me, you’ll know there was no way I was going to speak for free.

If I’m going to practice a 90 min speech and put in countless hours to make it as good as possible…

Then I want to be compensated for my time.

But I was a “nobody” at the time, so there was no way anyone would pay to see me speak.

That’s when I discovered the “speak for free” model, where you speak for free at a big event, and sell your products and services.

With this model, you give 50% of your earnings to the event organizer, but if you’re good enough, you can make 50k or 100K per speech or more.

Since starting as a speaker in my 20s, I’ve generated hundreds of millions of dollars in my career, and a big portion of that is because of my speaking skills.

The good thing is, when you’re a good platform closer, event organizers will jump at the chance to have you speak at their events, because you’ll help them recoup their event costs.

So, in this week’s newsletter, you’ll get actionable tips and strategies for building powerful and captivating public speaking and platform closing skills…

So the next time you’re speaking in front of an audience, you can capitalize on this opportunity, get more clients, and make more money at the same time.

Now, before we get started, I recommend you watch my TedX talk on the self-image >>

So you can refresh your mind on what a professional speaker looks and sounds like.

All done?

Great, let’s get started.

Why Your Sub-Communications Are VITAL On Stage

I’m almost certain you’ve heard your words are only 7% of everything you’re saying.

The other 93% is made up of body language (55%) and vocal tonality (38%).

When you’re closing on the phone and your prospect can’t see you, your vocal tone becomes 93% of what you’re saying.

But on stage you’ve got your body language to master as well.

So, what better way to learn effective body language tips than from a world public speaking champion >>

Next is vocal tonality, so here are…

5 Different Ways To Use Your Voice

There are countless different vocal tonalities you can use in conversation.

I’m sure you’re already aware of many of them…

And here are just a few…

Authoritative, caring, cheerful, coarse, conservative, conversational, casual, and dry.

When you’re closing on stage, you want to use authoritative, conversational, certain and confident vocal tones, and any others you feel will aid your presentation.

To illustrate just how important vocal tone is, click here to watch me demonstrate 5 different tonalities with my good friend Peng Joon >>

This video will help you with your sales calls as well, so it’s definitely worth your time.

How To Speak With Confidence

As I mentioned before, speaking with confidence is KEY in all public speeches, and it’s even more important when you’re selling from the stage.

The problem is we’ve learned unconscious habits throughout our life that we must train if we want to captivate people when we’re on stage.

This next tip follows on from the previous tip on vocal tonality.

If you want a quick way of sounding more certain and confident, don’t make a statement and sound like you’re asking a question.

Rather than attempt to explain how to do it here, this video provides a great explanation >>

When you watch the video above, you’ll also get 2 more tips for speaking with confidence which will greatly improve your presentations.

How To Captivate Your Audience

If you look at all the great speakers, you’ll see they all have a few things in common.

1. They’re givers not takers

Even though you’re selling something, whether it be an idea, or a product or service, you’re always giving.

You’re giving them a new perspective.

You’re giving them permission to take action on their dreams.

You’re giving them the opportunity of a better life, amongst other things.

Never forget this.

The audience will be completely captivated by your presentation if you’re adding value to their lives.

2. They’re authentic

Stand for something, believe in it 100%, and don’t be afraid to speak your mind.

There’s something very appealing about a genuine person…

As we can smell inauthenticity a mile away.

3. They’re great storytellers

As they say, “facts tell, but stories sell.”

Never make a point without telling a story and never tell a story without making a point.

Hone your storytelling skills and you’ll watch your income skyrocket over time.

This will help you in many other areas of your business, especially marketing and sales.

Secrets To Selling From The Stage

So let’s pretend you can do all of what I’ve mentioned so far.

What’s the next step?

How do you actually structure your presentation to sell from the stage?

Good question, and one that can’t be explained in one newsletter, let alone the rest of this one.

With that said, I don’t want to leave you empty handed.

So, in the next two videos, you’ll discover powerful tips for stage selling.

As usual, there are many things to do on stage as you sell.

So, click here to discover the a vital secret to stage selling >>

And click here for two important factors to consider in your presentation >>

In Closing…

When practicing your speech, you’ll want to work on your body language, vocal tone, and delivery.

I believe stage selling is a dying art, so if you can sell from the stage, you’re streets ahead of your competition.

If you’d like some of my help honing your public speaking skills, then you’ll love my training Public Speaking Secrets >>

This training will help you become the speaker you were born to be.

Until next time, go high ticket,

Dan Lok

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Never Overlook THIS In Your Biz..

I’m about to share with you something so many coaches, experts, consultants, and trainers greatly overlook…

It’s something so important your business can’t survive without it.

Now you may think I’m talking about sales, and as important as sales are…

I’m referring to marketing.

One of the big reasons my YouTube channel has over 4.5 million subscribers and counting…

Is because I use proven marketing principles in my videos and copywriting for the channel.

Whether you want to grow your business faster, speak on stage, appear on podcasts or TV shows, your marketing will help you do that.

So in this week’s newsletter you’ll discover what I believe are some of the most important things your marketing should have to cut through a noisey marketplace.

Why Marketing Is So Important

You already know without marketing, you’ll never get your name out there.

But what’s the actual point of marketing?

Well, as Peter Drucker says “The aim of marketing is to make selling superfluous.”

Not only do you want the selling of your product or service to become unnecessary…

But you also want people to be sold on you with little convincing.

You should be creating marketing pieces often, on multiple platforms, so the longer you’re in business, the easier it becomes.

If you look at my content, I’ve got TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and a website blog that continues to grow.

Now, there’s now way I can create all that content myself, I’m blessed to have a big enough team to help me.

But you want the decision to work with you to be a “no-brainer”.

Simply put, marketing is selling at scale.

Put out one piece of content and an unlimited number of people can see it.

My online content is a perfect example of this.

At any moment, thousands of people are consuming my content and discovering me for the first time, or getting to know me, my brand, and what I do on a deeper level.

Why Your Message Is The Most Important Piece Of Your Marketing

If you look at anyone who’s successful in business, they’ll have a strong message.

They’re not vanilla.

You’ll either like them or you don’t, and that’s what you must portray in your marketing.

You want to be for somebody, NOT for everybody.

My mentor Dan Peña is a perfect example of that.

If you’re familiar with him, you’ll know that like me, he’s not everyone’s cup of tea.

Your marketing should attract the right people and repel everyone else.

And the best way to do this is to be authentic.

Speak from the heart without filtering what you’re saying or being obnoxious.

The more REAL you are, the easier you’ll find it to attract the right people to your business.

Back when I taught HTC™, one of my messages was “Develop a high income skill”.

I still believe that today, but another one of my messages is “Go high ticket”.

So, what’s your message?

Take some time to think about it and weave it into your marketing.

If you’d like some help creating your marketing message, then watch this video >>

Why You Must Stand For Something

I’m certain you got into business because you want to make change in the world.

You stand for something specific and that’s why you do what you do.

Before we switched to our current niche, I stood for impacting people with financial education.

I didn’t, and still don’t believe traditional education gets the job done.

I do believe that if you want to become a Doctor, Lawyer, Accountant, etc then you must go to college.

But if you want to become financially successful, there are ways of doing it without going to college, and getting into hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt.

And I made sure this message often in my marketing and YouTube videos.

For that reason, my message can be seen as polarizing.

Because some will resonate with it, while others won’t.

And you should be OK with that.

If you’re afraid of being polarizing, then it’s possible you’re a people pleaser, and if so, that is something to work on.

I understand when you put yourself out there you may care what others think of you, your business, or your content…

But you’ll never please everyone, and you shouldn’t care what the people who disagree with you think.

If you worry about what others think, then click here to watch this short video >>

In Closing…

Alway remember.

You’re known for what you believe, not just what you know.

Everything we’ve spoken about is part of what makes up your brand.

One of the first newsletters I wrote was all about branding, so I recommend you look out for an email with the title “Your Ultimate Guide To Personal Branding”… or “5 killer personal branding secrets”.

It will help you craft a deliberate personal brand you can be proud of.

Until next time… go high ticket,

Dan Lok

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Post-Launch Strategies: Growing and Scaling Your Course

Congratulations on successfully launching your Kajabi course! 

Now that your course is live and students are embarking on their learning journey, it’s time to shift your focus to post-launch strategies that will enable you to grow and scale your course effectively. 

In this comprehensive guide, I’ll walk you through proven strategies to promote continued enrollment growth, maintain course quality, and explore opportunities for expansion.

Strategy 1: Leveraging Testimonials and Success Stories 

One of the most powerful ways to attract new students post-launch is through testimonials and success stories from your existing students. 

Reach out to your satisfied students and request their feedback on the course’s impact. 

Use these testimonials on your sales page, social media, and marketing materials to build trust and credibility with potential students.

Strategy 2: Implementing Referral Programs 

Word-of-mouth marketing can be a game-changer for your course’s growth. Create a referral program that incentivizes your current students to invite their friends and colleagues to enroll in your course. 

Offer discounts, bonuses, or exclusive content as rewards for successful referrals.

Strategy 3: Engaging with Your Audience 

Stay actively engaged with your students through various communication channels. 

Host live Q&A sessions, webinars, or virtual meetups to address their questions and provide additional value. A thriving and interactive community fosters loyalty and encourages students to continue their learning journey with you.

Strategy 4: Ongoing Content Updates 

Keep your course content fresh and relevant by regularly updating it with new insights, case studies, or industry developments. Continuous improvement enhances the value of your course and encourages students to return for additional learning opportunities.

Strategy 5: Upselling and Cross-selling 

Once your students have completed your core course, offer them advanced or specialized modules as upsells. Cross-selling complementary courses or resources can also add value to their learning experience. The goal is to retain existing students by providing them with additional learning opportunities.

Strategy 6: Webinars and Workshops 

Webinars and workshops are powerful tools for post-launch promotion. Host free webinars on related topics to attract new leads and showcase your expertise. Offer limited-time discounts or bonuses to attendees to drive enrollments.

Strategy 7: Analyzing Data and Metrics 

Track and analyze data on student engagement, completion rates, and feedback to gain insights into the effectiveness of your course. 

Use this data to identify areas for improvement and tailor your content to meet your students’ needs better.

Strategy 8: Creating Evergreen Funnels 

While the initial launch may be live, consider setting up evergreen funnels to continue enrolling students automatically. 

Evergreen funnels allow you to attract new students and make sales even after the launch phase has ended.

Strategy 9: Diversifying Offerings 

Explore opportunities to expand your course offerings or create additional courses in related niches. 

Diversifying your offerings can attract a broader audience and increase your revenue streams.

An example of this is  

Strategy 10: Partnering and Collaborations 

Consider partnering with other course creators or industry experts for collaborations. Joint ventures can expand your reach to new audiences and introduce your course to potential students who may not have discovered it otherwise.

As you implement these post-launch strategies, remember to stay attentive to your students’ needs and continuously seek opportunities for improvement. 

By combining effective marketing tactics with a commitment to delivering exceptional learning experiences, you’ll position yourself for continued growth and success in the world of online education.

To your unstoppable success,

Dan Lok

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Launch Day! Unveiling Your Successful Kajabi Course

Hello, course creator!

Today marks an exhilarating day – the long-awaited launch of your Kajabi course. Congratulations on reaching this milestone! 

As we embark on this momentous journey together, I want to ensure that your launch day is nothing short of remarkable. 

In this guide, I’ll provide you with a step-by-step approach to unveil your successful Kajabi course with confidence, excitement, and poise.

Step 1: Celebrate Your Accomplishment 

Take a moment to acknowledge and celebrate your hard work, dedication, and creativity that went into creating your course! You’ve poured your heart and soul into this project, and it’s time to revel in your achievement. 

Treat yourself to something special and enjoy the sense of fulfillment that comes with sharing your knowledge with the world.

Step 2: Welcoming New Students 

As the course doors swing open, warmly greet your new students. Send out personalized welcome messages or emails to express your gratitude for their enrollment. 

Let them know how excited you are to have them on board and how your course will transform their learning experience.

Step 3: Managing Course Enrollments 

With the influx of new students, ensure that your course enrollment process is seamless. Double-check that your payment gateways are functioning correctly, and troubleshoot any potential issues in advance. 

A smooth enrollment process sets the stage for a positive learning journey.

Step 4: Guiding Student Access 

Once enrolled, guide your students on how to access the course materials. Provide clear instructions on navigating the course platform and accessing individual modules or lessons. 

If you have any assessments or quizzes, explain how they can interact with these valuable learning tools.

Step 5: Encourage Engagement and Interaction 

Foster a sense of community and engagement among your students right from the start. 

Encourage them to participate in discussions, ask questions, and share their thoughts. 

You can create a dedicated forum or community within your course platform where students can interact and learn from each other.

Step 6: Launch Day Specials 

To make your launch day even more enticing, consider offering limited-time specials or bonuses. 

These exclusive offers can create a sense of urgency, motivating potential students to enroll before the opportunity expires.

Step 7: Capture Feedback 

As your course begins, be open to receiving feedback from your students. Their insights can be invaluable in fine-tuning your course and enhancing the overall learning experience. 

Encourage them to provide feedback through surveys or direct messages.

If this is your first course, I recommend you get on the phone and call them! Let them know how much you appreciate their support and valuable feedback.

Step 8: Addressing Early Concerns 

During the launch phase, some students may have questions or concerns. Be prompt in addressing these queries and offering assistance.

Providing exceptional customer support demonstrates your commitment to their success.

Step 9: Social Media Buzz 

Leverage the power of social media to amplify your course launch.

Jump on lives, share updates, testimonials, and exciting snippets from your course content to build anticipation among your followers.

Step 10: Stay Committed 

Your launch day is just the beginning of an incredible journey.. 

Stay committed to nurturing your course, engaging with your students, and continuously improving your content. Your dedication to excellence will be reflected in the success of your students.

Remember, this is your moment to shine, and I have full confidence in your ability to deliver an exceptional learning experience. 

Celebrate the launch, embrace the opportunities ahead, and witness the impact of your knowledge and expertise on the lives of your students.

To your unstoppable success,

Dan Lok

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