Today I will master Facebook ads💪, tomorrow Google ads💪, then Word press💪, Then let me try Dropshipping💪, Pinterest gives you great traffic, Quora: Oh my god so much traffic...

Wait. 😲

You are a Human.

Everybody talks about skill, reskill, upskill, and learning mindset.

They have their own objectives and motives in doing so. You have your own goals. How do you decide what matters the most?

It is impossible to learn everything and earn millions just by one course or watching a few courses. If somebody is saying it is possible.... smaj jao 😷(katne wala hai)

Where to start?

Step 1: What is that skill you already have? Good at writing? Good at social media graphics? Good at video creation or your voice is attractive for a podcast? Are you good at sales or are you good at writing? Are you located somewhere near a good product source that you can sell using Shopify? are you an owner of small business?

Ask yourself. Find answers. Then note down the answers in a sheet of paper.

Step 2: Focus on the low hanging fruits.

Enhance the skills that you found during the Step one. Buy one course and watch it multiple times. Don't buy multiple courses and watch them once. Start building your assets. It can be website, youtube channel, podcast so on, and so forth.

Step 3: Learn how to sell your skills.

Don't buy courses on how to sell. Just follow all the digital marketing gurus in all social media platforms and just replicate them. Someone is already selling something successfully. You don't need to "Innovate" and waste your time.

Step 4: Learn advertising from the advertisement itself.

Confused? There are millions of ads running all over Facebook. That's a free copywriting course for you. Click on like button of whatever ads you see. Then study them carefully. After prolonged "practice" of analyzing the ads, you will automatically learn the art of copywriting with a small and consistent amount of practice.

Step 5: Learn to scale. Run ads. Spend money to earn money. This needs no explanation.


This will assure some sort of cash flow.

Only then, start learning new skills. Rinse and repeat the steps.