How to Make Money Online in 2022 make money online as a teenager 2022

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In this video I’ll be sitting down with @David Perell to discuss the paths we took to make money online through writing and YouTube. We discuss how to get started, our tips for getting better, how to identify & use your unfair advantages, and the different ways to monetize an audience. Let me know if you want to see more videos like this in the future 🙂 Write of Passage: Check David out on Twitter: TIME STAMPS: 00:00 Intro 01:39 Starting out 08:26 Getting better 15:22 Unfair advantages 18 :11 How to grow your audience 28:49 Monetization MY FREE ONLINE COURSES: Productivity Masterclass – Principles and Tools to Boost Your Productivity – Video Editing with Final Cut Pro X – From Beginner to YouTuber – How to Study for Exams – An Evidence-Based Masterclass – PART-TIME YOUTUBER ACADEMY: My 6-week live online course – MY FAVORITE GEAR: My YouTube Camera Gear – ️ My Keyboard – Wireless Coral mechanical keyboard (Cherry Blue) – My favorite iPad Screen Protector – Paperlike – My Desk Accessories + Todo List – Ugmonk – MY FAVORITE SOFTWARE: ️ The best summaries of books (Shortform) – How I remember what I read (Readwise) – Where I get my Music (amazing for YouTubers) – My weekly podcast – My brother and I host a weekly podcast where we discuss happine ss, creativity and the human condition. You can find it by searching “Not Overthinking” on any podcast app (eg: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts etc). BE MY FRIEND: Sign up to my weekly email newsletter – My website / blog – Instagram – Twitter – Twitch – WHO AM I: I’m Ali, a YouTuber, podcaster, soon-to-be author and ex -Doctor working in London, UK. I make videos that explore the strategies and tools that help us live happier, healthier and more productive lives. I also have a weekly podcast called Deep Dive ( and I write a weekly email newsletter that contains some quick thoughts + links to interesting things ( GET IN TOUCH: If you’d like to talk, I’d love to hear from you. Tweeting) @AliAbdaal directly will be the quickest way to get a response, but if your question is very long, feel free to email me at I try my best to reply to things but there sadly aren’t enough hours in the day to respond to everyone PS: Some of the links in this description are affiliate links that I get a kickback from .

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David Perell 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

Ali! Thanks for hosting me on the channel. I literally flew halfway across the world for this collaboration and it was totally worth it.

Now that the video is live, I want to provide some more color about why people should get started as online writers, regardless of whether they want to eventually start a blog or a YouTube channel.

1. Attract friends and business partners: It's hard to meet people as passionate about learning as you are. But when you publish your ideas, you attract people who think like you. The more niche the topic, the easier it is to attract people on your intellectual wavelength.

2. Writing helps you understand yourself. All of us have unprocessed feelings and emotions. Writing is the best way to identify what's making you uncomfortable. By writing, you gain clarity in your life. The increased clarity you receive reduces stress and anxiety in your life.

3. Writing accelerates your learning: If you want to understand a topic better, start teaching it. The act of putting ideas into your own words tattoos them into your mind. As James Clear once said: "If you think you can learn a lot by reading a book, try writing one."

4. Writing makes you more observant: Whenever you write something, new parts of the world come alive. Every experience, every conversation, and everything you read becomes a potential future sentence. That's why writing regularly wakes you up and makes your mind come alive.

5. Writing establishes expertise: Excellent essays attract excellent people. If you write well about a topic, the world's experts will reach out to you. Since writing is a record of your best ideas, your essays will double as a resume that demonstrates your intellectual rigor.

6. Writing will accelerate your career: Good writers are clear thinkers and clear thinkers are rewarded at work. By writing, you can gain outsized influence in your company and establish yourself as an industry expert, which will attract opportunities.

7. Writing attracts opportunities: Every article you publish is like a serendipity vehicle. High-level people who resonate with your ideas will reach out to you with career opportunities you couldn't have imagined. Thus, writing maximizes your surface area of exposure to luck.

8. Writing improves your thinking: Mathematicians put their ideas on the whiteboard because writing out your ideas lets you tackle harder problems. Writing is the same. By putting ideas onto the page, you can transcend the limits of scattered thinking and explore ideas deeply.

9. Writing online forces you to think better: Thinking in public raises your standard for quality. When I was a kid, our house was always cleanest when guests would come over. The same is true for writing. You think better when you know you're going to be seen and critiqued.

Finally, I think it's worth answering one more question: Why is now the time to write?

It's never been easier for average people to share their ideas. If you write well, your ideas will find their way to some of the smartest and most successful people in the world. As your reputation grows, so will the opportunities available to you.

Writing regularly is one of the best habits you can build.

If you want to learn the craft of online writing, sign up for my free 50-day email course:

T Rockz 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

Great content, thanks a lot! Both of you gave very helpful and interesting insights, well done!

Just something that I found it really sad was how David talked about the guy who gave him his card and how he left it on the table.
Some consider it to be a part of a polite introduction of themselves to provide their card and will consider your behavior as really rude, arrogant and “in your face”.
They won’t even understand it, you didn’t give any feedback and chance to at least understand your rejection.
Maybe that person could have actually added a lot of value to your ideas and business, but just wasn’t very experienced in introducing him- or herself in a more convincing and interesting way.
I find it rather less smart to act like that.
You know, in some cultures it is required to hand you card as soon as you introduce yourself, anything else will be considered as exceptionally rude.

There are quite a few people who were brushed off like that in one way or another, but still found a way to show their value to others and become very desired partners over time – and they later still remembered some of those rude people and refused to work with them for they didn’t want anyone of their peers or customers to be confronted with that attitude by any chance.

People may won’t remember what you did and said, but they will always remember how you made them feel.

What I’m trying to say is, if people are trying to connect, but making mistakes from your point of view, lend them a hand, give them a chance to improve and don’t smash a door into their face. These little incidents can secretly make or break someone’s self-esteem and perception of themselves, while neither one of it reveals anything about how smart their input might be.

Don’t actively discourage others. Please be kind and may try to offer at least something that might be a little helpful.

Maybe this person holds the idea that moves you or someone else to the next level, even if not in that very moment.
Always remember you don’t know how much courage it took to talk to you and you could be the last person in maybe a couple of discouraging events who finally convinces someone to give up – or carry on and try to grow.

Hanna Ho 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

Thank you so much for this valuable content! Thanks for both of your times! I am a jewellery designer, and currently running on my small business, mainly focusing on custom design (I have a professional photograph team, craftsmen and factory which produce my jewellery). But I am designing and creating all social media including filming, editing, writing contents etc… I find it hard at times to balance my work, seems like I have so many priorities in line… I would like your opinion on what to do to not feel "burn out" all the time. Thank you!

Vutha 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

people deserve a lover who look at them like David look at Ali

Dung Masibay 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

When you stop learning, you get left behind. Never stop
educating yourself

Prince Nehal 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

vi apner video ar sound quality ta thik korle aro valo hobe

Primrose Z J Bimha - PhD 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

Wise sharing. Thank you.

Sacda Abdurhman-Personal Growth 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

when our lives improve. The initial and the most difficult risk that we need to take is to become honest. Sharing some love with ya all, keep smashing xx

NAARA 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

I am actually taking notes from this. I need to change my life ASAP.

jobin joseph 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

you might be reason i move out of my dads home finally. ill keep you updated

Melissa Juljana 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

this video is absolute gold! Thank you so much!

Cliff DaRiff 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

Putting in the Reps!… love that

Carl Aldric 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

Successful people don't become that way overnight. most people see at a glance-wealth, a great career, purpose-is the result of hard work and hustle over time. I pray that anyone who reads this will be successful in life..

Gigi Pena 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

Tha ka for the great discussion. It’s nice to hear your experiences when you were starting. Makes me feel that this work (which I’m enjoying BTW) is worth pursuing.

ChristLike Transformation TV 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

This was very helpful. Kinda felt like I was being pushed..the summary at the end is perfect. Start, Provide free useful information, build in public, then private then when people start asking for more help monetize Thanks Abdaal and David

Pragmatic Penguin 26/02/2022 - 8:51 Chiều

Thanks for another amazing and helpful video Ali! Also thank you for introducing us to David and the idea of writing! I never thought about leveraging social media in that way and would love to learn more about it.


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