I'm not a businessman, I'm a business, man

On social media, there are businesses made every day.

The kind of business that's small enough to be run by one or two people.

They are sustainable, profitable from day one and they are creator-based.


My Twitter profile is better than my resume

I like to think about my Twitter profile as my business card.

It shows who I am.

It shows what I can do.

It leads people to my products and services.

A short story on how I use it to get more work.


Kobe Bryant was a Thief

In this article, I want to talk about one of my childhood heroes: Kobe Bryant.

Only recently I realized he was a thief, like me.

He stole his way up to being one of the best players in history.



You are focusing on the wrong things

Using social media as a creator feels like a ton of pressure.

How many likes and follows can you get? RTs?

If you feel this pressure too, it's because as creators we focus on the wrong things.

0 to 400$ a month: The Twitter Thief

A book that didn't even exist lead me to earn 400$ a month without lifting a finger.

This is the story of my first time productizing myself.

How to steal Twitter followers

It's very difficult for smaller accounts to gain followers.

Most of what you tweet goes on to the Twitter void and gets lost.

But what If I told you you can actually steal someone else's followers?