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#36: Matt Ragland [Curiosity] Matt Ragland is an independent creator. His YouTube channel showcases videos on the Bullet Journal process, productivity, and time management.Previous to going full time as a creator in 2020, Matt worked in customer success as employee #5 at ConvertKit and later as a Director of Customer Success at Podia.In this episode we talk about Matt’s journey starting with blogging in 2010, his time at ConvertKit and Podia, how to construct multiple products at different price points, breaking through on YouTube, and how his curiosity has helped him find a path to going all in as a full-time creator.Enroll in our referral program and earn money by sharing this showJoin our community on FacebookTranscript and show notes can be found hereTry Podia and save 15% for life as a Creative Elements listenerTry Hostinger and use code JAYCLOUSE for a special discountWant to support this show? Click here to buy me a coffee.Brought to you by The Podglomerate Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Get Your Head Out of Your Apps with Matt Ragland In this episode, I'm joined by fellow productivity enthusiast/specialist/strategist, Matt Ragland. This is a conversation I've wanted to have for some time and I'm glad I'm able to deliver it as my 300th episode of The Productivityist Podcast.
This episode is brought to you by Bambee. When running a business, Human Resources issues can kill you. There's so much to wrap your head around and hiring an HR Manager is going to cost you - they command an average of seventy-thousand dollars a year! That's where Bambee comes in. Created specifically for small business, Bambee provides you with a dedicated HR Manager that can craft your HR policy, and maintain your compliance, all for just one low monthly fee. You don't need to deal with HR issues - let Bambee do that for you. Go to https://bambee.com/timecrafting (bambee.com/timecrafting) now to schedule your FREE HR audit. You'll be glad you did.This episode is brought to you by TextExpander. With TextExpander, you can unlock your productivity with its many features. With TextExpander you can make everything you write repetitively available everywhere you type: text documents, spreadsheets, web forms, and more. Unlock your productivity with TextExpander. Visit https://textexpander.com/podcast?utm_source=productivityist-podcast&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=textexpander-May-2020 (TextExpander.com/podcast) for 20% off your first year.

This episode is brought to you by the University of California Irvine Division of Continuing Education. Established in 1962, UCI offers education for adult learners in Orange County. But thanks to technology, their courses and certification programs in various fields are now available worldwide and online for just about anyone who's interested. You can get 15% off of one (1) course by visiting https://ce.uci.edu/about/trending/toolkits.aspx?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=paidsocial&ut%20m_campaign=productivityist&utm_term=20WI20SP (http://ce.uci.edu/productivityist) then enter the promo code timecrafting. Make sure you take advantage of this limited time offer as it is only valid until July 31, 2020 at 11:59 pm. (Please note that this discount is for almost all of the certificate programs. The exceptions only include coding boot camps, international programs, teacher credentialing programs, and test prep courses.)Matt is a YouTuber and productivity coach who shows you how to get your head out of your apps and focus on what matters. His ACE method has helped thousands of people create awareness, clarity, and execution on their goals and habits. He lives in Nashville, TN with his wife and two sons.
We spend time talking about habits, the tools he uses, journaling, and much more. If you're really into productivity practices or simply want to hear two people really "nerd out" about that sort of stuff, then this episode of the podcast is for you.
Talking Points
What led Matt to that moment of realization that he needed to "get his head out of his apps?"
This is how Matt got past the feeling of the idea that you must use online tools and apps
Matt talks about his views on New Year's resolutions and annual events
How does Matt keep the flow of his day moving in a paper planner?
This is what journaling looks like for Matt
Matt shares whether or not he uses a paper wall calendar
Quote
"If I see something that matters to me and I know it improves my life, my only goal is really just to be as consistent as I can with it." - Matt Ragland

Helpful Links
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8TtN5Zy6Ck ("Get Your Head Out of Your Apps" - Why the Bullet Journal Method means so much to me)
https://productivityist.com/podcast213/ (Episode 213: The Bullet Journal Method with Ryder Carroll)
http://baronfig.refr.cc/mikevardy (Baronfig (Affiliate Link))
https://convertkit.com/?lmref=AEdOzA (ConvertKit (Affiliate Link))...
Get Your Head Out of Your Apps with Matt Ragland In this episode, I'm joined by fellow productivity enthusiast/specialist/strategist, Matt Ragland. This is a conversation I've wanted to have for some time and I'm glad I'm able to deliver it as my 300th episode of The Productivityist Podcast.
This episode is brought to you by Bambee. When running a business, Human Resources issues can kill you. There's so much to wrap your head around and hiring an HR Manager is going to cost you - they command an average of seventy-thousand dollars a year! That's where Bambee comes in. Created specifically for small business, Bambee provides you with a dedicated HR Manager that can craft your HR policy, and maintain your compliance, all for just one low monthly fee. You don't need to deal with HR issues - let Bambee do that for you. Go to https://bambee.com/timecrafting (bambee.com/timecrafting) now to schedule your FREE HR audit. You'll be glad you did.This episode is brought to you by TextExpander. With TextExpander, you can unlock your productivity with its many features. With TextExpander you can make everything you write repetitively available everywhere you type: text documents, spreadsheets, web forms, and more. Unlock your productivity with TextExpander. Visit https://textexpander.com/podcast?utm_source=productivityist-podcast&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=textexpander-May-2020 (TextExpander.com/podcast) for 20% off your first year.

This episode is brought to you by the University of California Irvine Division of Continuing Education. Established in 1962, UCI offers education for adult learners in Orange County. But thanks to technology, their courses and certification programs in various fields are now available worldwide and online for just about anyone who's interested. You can get 15% off of one (1) course by visiting https://ce.uci.edu/about/trending/toolkits.aspx?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=paidsocial&ut%20m_campaign=productivityist&utm_term=20WI20SP (http://ce.uci.edu/productivityist) then enter the promo code timecrafting. Make sure you take advantage of this limited time offer as it is only valid until July 31, 2020 at 11:59 pm. (Please note that this discount is for almost all of the certificate programs. The exceptions only include coding boot camps, international programs, teacher credentialing programs, and test prep courses.)Matt is a YouTuber and productivity coach who shows you how to get your head out of your apps and focus on what matters. His ACE method has helped thousands of people create awareness, clarity, and execution on their goals and habits. He lives in Nashville, TN with his wife and two sons.
We spend time talking about habits, the tools he uses, journaling, and much more. If you're really into productivity practices or simply want to hear two people really "nerd out" about that sort of stuff, then this episode of the podcast is for you.
Talking Points
What led Matt to that moment of realization that he needed to "get his head out of his apps?"
This is how Matt got past the feeling of the idea that you must use online tools and apps
Matt talks about his views on New Year's resolutions and annual events
How does Matt keep the flow of his day moving in a paper planner?
This is what journaling looks like for Matt
Matt shares whether or not he uses a paper wall calendar
Quote
"If I see something that matters to me and I know it improves my life, my only goal is really just to be as consistent as I can with it." - Matt Ragland

Helpful Links
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8TtN5Zy6Ck ("Get Your Head Out of Your Apps" - Why the Bullet Journal Method means so much to me)
https://productivityist.com/podcast213/ (Episode 213: The Bullet Journal Method with Ryder Carroll)
http://baronfig.refr.cc/mikevardy (Baronfig (Affiliate Link))
https://convertkit.com/?lmref=AEdOzA (ConvertKit (Affiliate Link))...
047: Matt Ragland - How to Go Full-Time as a Content Creator Matt Ragland is a productivity expert and full-time content creator. He has worked for companies such as AppSumo.com, ConvertKit, and Podia. Matt graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in recreation & tourism management.Matt was one of the earliest members of the team at ConvertKit, where he was employee number five. Since leaving ConvertKit to start his own company, he now hosts a podcast, publishes a newsletter, has created several courses, and hosts his own YouTube channel.Matt prides himself on being a skilled manager and enjoys helping his clients and audience grow and develop their agencies. He is also the proud father of two boys and is a fitness enthusiast. Matt and his family live in Nashville, Tennessee.In this episode, you’ll learn:
Matt’s biggest revenue drivers as a content creator
How to know when it’s time to take your side hustle full-time
How to optimize your YouTube channel and content
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James Clear
Sean McCabe
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Casey Neistat
Tim Ferriss
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Roberto Blake
heycreator.com
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Episode TranscriptMatt: [00:00:00]If you’re not sure if you want to do something, try it 10 times, and really give it a good try. Write 10 newsletters. Make 10 videos on YouTube. Record 10 podcasts. I have found that going from 10 to a hundred is definitely a slog, and there are lots of mini milestones, but once you do something a hundred times, you’re going to build momentum on it.And you’re also going to build your own country.Nathan: [00:00:30]In this episode I talk to my long-time friend, Matt Ragland. So Matt joined ConvertKit really in the early days. He was employee number five, and he was here for the crazy ride. Then he started a YouTube channel. He led the customer experience team at another startup called Podia. He’s now as a full-time independent creator earning a living on his own.We have a really fun conversation reminiscing about the early days talking about crazy rocket ship growth, and how we kept up. We get into earning a living as a creator. How he grew his YouTube channel to 60,000 subscribers. How to choose a niche, and when you should double down on that, and what’s getting traction on YouTube.The last thing that we talk about is when, as a creator, you should quit your full-time job, and some of the nuances of that, so you can go full-time on your creative endeavor. So it’s a longer episode today because Matt and I just can’t help but tell stories.With that, let me get out of the way and dive in.Matt, thanks for joining me.Matt: [00:01:31]Oh, it’s such a pleasure. I’m thrilled to be here.Nathan: [00:01:34]I want to go back to, what year would it even be?Matt: [00:01:40]2015.Nathan: [00:01:41]2015? Okay.Matt: [00:01:44]Right around this time. Maybe a couple months later, but it was like late summer.Nathan: [00:01:49]So, it’s July, like yeah. And then July right now. Yeah, it would have been when we started talking, I’m thinking, what were you doing online around that time? Cause I started to come across you on Twitter.I think Brian Delk was a mutual friend.Is that right?Matt: [00:02:06]Yeah. Ryan Delk was a mutual friend. Brian Harris was a mutual friend. The way that we got actually directly connected is that I was on Brian’s email list. And I saw that you were doing a webinar with him to promote ConvertKit. And I had just signed up for Conv
10 Lessons For Aspiring Creators (Reaction to Matt Ragland's Atomic Essay) So I’m scrolling through Twitter….
And I come across this atomic essay from Matt Ragland.
This is what it reads….
10 Lessons For Aspiring Creators… (https://twitter.com/mattragland/status/1399073914039459841?s=20)
The intro reads…
“I started creating content with my first blog in 2011. In the 10 years since, I’ve hosted two podcasts, built a YouTube channel, worked at creator-centric start-ups (ConvertKit then podia, and made the jump to full-time creator.”
In my 10 year overnight success, I learned a lot of lessons. Here are the best for aspiring creators.
I read the rest of the essay… and it’s gold. I resonated with a lot of the points and said...
I gotta’ share this with my buddy.
Which I normally do when I see fire content. But then I thought, it’d actually be fun to call him and record ourselves breaking down these ten lessons and share our hot takes.
And this buddy, is a fellow creator. Here’s worked with me on various projects through the years. He’s created for multiple multi platinum artists, billion dollar brands, and he’s built successful media platforms.
Now, he’s not really an in front of the camera kind of guy. He’s more of a behind the scenes builder. As opposed to me, who puts myself out there, my name on everything, yells at the camera, he’s in the cut, just cooking. But that’s his style of being a creator. Neither is better than the other. You have to find what works for you and your personality.
I thought it’d be awesome to share his perspective.
Again, here's the original tweet if you want to follow along: https://twitter.com/mattragland/status/1399073914039459841?s=20
87: Kids, Remote Work, and Side Hustles with Matt Ragland (Rebroadcast) This week, YouTuber Matt Ragland joins us to discuss analog productivity, working remotely as a parent, and journaling.

This is a rebroadcast of an episode recorded in 2020 for Remotely Working.

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Getting Results the Agile Way
E41 Matt Ragland | Course Creation and Coaching This week's guest is YouTuber, podcaster and bullet journal aficionado, Matt Ragland.
Join us as we talk about how Matt initially found his niche, went on to build & grow his email list and launch his courses successfully.
Matt also gave a lot of great advice on how and why to monetise, the need for different revenue streams and how you could go full time.
Huge thanks to Matt for joining me on the podcast and for dropping so much knowledge in such a short amount of time! 🙏
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Get Your Head Out of Your Apps with Matt Ragland In this episode, I'm joined by fellow productivity enthusiast/specialist/strategist, Matt Ragland. This is a conversation I've wanted to have for some time and I'm glad I'm able to deliver it as my 300th episode of The Productivityist Podcast.This episode is brought to you by Bambee. When running a business, Human Resources issues can kill you. There's so much to wrap your head around and hiring an HR Manager is going to cost you - they command an average of seventy-thousand dollars a year! That's where Bambee comes in. Created specifically for small business, Bambee provides you with a dedicated HR Manager that can craft your HR policy, and maintain your compliance, all for just one low monthly fee. You don't need to deal with HR issues - let Bambee do that for you. Go to bambee.com/timecrafting now to schedule your FREE HR audit. You'll be glad you did.This episode is brought to you by TextExpander. With TextExpander, you can unlock your productivity with its many features. With TextExpander you can make everything you write repetitively available everywhere you type: text documents, spreadsheets, web forms, and more. Unlock your productivity with TextExpander. Visit TextExpander.com/podcast for 20% off your first year.This episode is brought to you by the University of California Irvine Division of Continuing Education. Established in 1962, UCI offers education for adult learners in Orange County. But thanks to technology, their courses and certification programs in various fields are now available worldwide and online for just about anyone who's interested. You can get 15% off of one (1) course by visiting http://ce.uci.edu/productivityist then enter the promo code timecrafting. Make sure you take advantage of this limited time offer as it is only valid until July 31, 2020 at 11:59 pm. (Please note that this discount is for almost all of the certificate programs. The exceptions only include coding boot camps, international programs, teacher credentialing programs, and test prep courses.)Matt is a YouTuber and productivity coach who shows you how to get your head out of your apps and focus on what matters. His ACE method has helped thousands of people create awareness, clarity, and execution on their goals and habits. He lives in Nashville, TN with his wife and two sons.We spend time talking about habits, the tools he uses, journaling, and much more. If you're really into productivity practices or simply want to hear two people really "nerd out" about that sort of stuff, then this episode of the podcast is for you.Talking PointsWhat led Matt to that moment of realization that he needed to "get his head out of his apps?"This is how Matt got past the feeling of the idea that you must use online tools and appsMatt talks about his views on New Year's resolutions and annual eventsHow does Matt keep the flow of his day moving in a paper planner?This is what journaling looks like for MattMatt shares whether or not he uses a paper wall calendarQuote"If I see something that matters to me and I know it improves my life, my only goal is really just to be as consistent as I can with it." - Matt RaglandHelpful Links"Get Your Head Out of Your Apps" - Why the Bullet Journal Method means so much to meEpisode 213: The Bullet Journal Method with Ryder CarrollBaronfig (Affiliate Link)ConvertKit (Affiliate Link)Sleep Cycle (Affiliate Link)Philips SmartSleep HF3500/60 Wake-Up Light Therapy Alarm Clock (Am
089: Time management tips for motion designers w/ Matt Ragland Do you constantly find yourself wishing you had more hours in the day? With multiple clients, deadlines and projects looming, life as a freelance motion designer can be stressful and overwhelming. But what if you could find a way to structure your days so that stress became a thing of the past instead of a regular occurrence? It might sound too good to be true, but this week’s guest will teach you how. About Matt Ragland Matt had tried blogging and podcasting before he settled on YouTube as a final creative project. What he realised through his prior experiments with blogging and podcasting is that the reason he hadn’t hit the goals he set himself was because he hadn’t been consistent enough. YouTube was really his last attempt at growing an audience on a platform. He started out by posting one video a day for the entire month of February, then one new video a week for the rest of the year. Matt says that consistency truly is key when it comes to creating any form of content. You also have to let go of your perfectionism - just focus on creating something and sharing it consistently. It doesn’t need to be perfect. Read the full shownotes here.
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