On the show today is Nick Wignall. Nick is a psychologist, writer, teacher, and podcaster.
I wanted to bring him on because Nick is one of the top publishers on Medium and one of the more successful creators I know. Over the years through consistent writing, he now gets hundreds of thousands of visitors to his blog every month and has tens of thousands of email subscribers.
You'll hear about how he built his audience from scratch, how he's able to write and produce content so prolifically day after day, and the challenges with marketing a psychology practice.
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