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The Unmistakable Collective is a monthly membership for writers, bloggers, podcasters, and content creators. We provide workshops, AMAs, and accountability from like-minded peers with goals that align with ours. It's a place for makers to make art and work on their businesses in the process.
Stop spending hours trying to figure out what's going on and get the answers you deserve from people who are achieving success. Our monthly workshops, exclusive content, and Q&A sessions with former podcast guests provide you with the knowledge you need to grow your audience and accomplish your goals.
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People share their stories and their amazing work in the Tribe, which is a real source of inspiration to me. It just helps to remind me of all that's possible when you persist with a creative habit, whether or not you're famous. - Roshan Daryani
Thanks to this material, I developed a consistent habit of adding to my body of work every day. In the past, I had some small wins in building content that got noticed, but I could never sustain the effort long enough to really build a following. I had done a 30-day microblogging challenge, a 30-day LinkedIn video challenge and produced a pilot season of a podcast. Nothing stuck. - Michelle Florendo
Not only have I developed an understanding of what systems and creative process is specific to my field and my life From tackling the inner critic to using your brain as a creative space and not an inventory of lists to visual representations of your successes, each one of these became tools for me to have and use as I developed a creative practice that worked for me. Now, twelve weeks later, not only have I developed an understanding of what systems one puts in place to create consistently, but the creative process specific to my field and my life.- Antara Bardwhaj