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Doin' The Thing is a show for creators and business makers who want to build their thing better and faster. It's hosted by Dillan Taylor—certified life coach, writer, and CEO of Grindstone. He tracks the journey of scaling his first company and tells stories from 2500+ coaching sessions...to help you grow an audience, make more money, and stay consistent in your work.

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"No matter the circumstances. If you don't have time. If life is getting in the way. If you don't have the energy. If you don't think you're good at this...Just keep doing it."Dillan interviews Diane Callahan—aka Quotidian Writer. She's a YouTuber and podcaster in the fiction writing world. Her aim is to help creators tell better stories and 'just keep writing.'We discuss: balancing authenticity and professionalism, what to do when people don't take you seriously, why you don't need confidenc...
"Now that we know what we're going to do, we need to put it on the calendar so we know when we're going to do it."Today, Dillan (@dillanroytaylor) shares his simple weekly system for being super productive and managing time and tasks in a stress-free, organized manner. •••Doin' The Thing is a show for creators who want to build their thing better and faster. It's hosted by Dillan Taylor—certified life coach, writer, and CEO of Grindstone. He tracks his journey of scaling his first company, te...
"The key to great storytelling is change, meaningful change. Readers want to look at the beginning and end of a story and see that something has happened."Dillan interviews Diane Callahan—aka Quotidian Writer. She's a YouTuber and podcaster in the fiction writing world. Her aim is to help creators tell better stories and 'just keep writing.' We discuss: what makes stories good or bad, Diane's creative career, how Diane uses YouTube as a lead magnet for her business, how to collaborate with ot...
"I get the most done when I am in a dark room, away from all civilization and happiness."Today, Dillan (@dillanroytaylor) shares his 3-step process for working undistracted for hours every single day.•••Doin' The Thing is a show for creators who want to build their thing better and faster. It's hosted by Dillan Taylor—certified life coach, writer, and CEO of Grindstone. He tracks his journey of scaling his first company, tells stories from 3000+ coaching sessions, and interviews creators who ...
Dillan interviews Andy Arthur Smith (@andyarthursmith), a musician and certified goofball. He's crushing it online with over 4 million followers on all platforms, most notably on TikTok and Instagram.You'll learn: how musical creators deal with copyright rules, Andy's recording process, how to find a trustworthy manager, Andy's history of being a weirdo, and what it's like to have your childhood hero follow you on Instagram, and much more.•••Doin' The Thing is a show for creators who want to ...
"It's okay if you're not feeling confident. Of course you're not if you've never done this. Of course you feel that way. But you can change that through your inputs and your effort."Join Dillan (@dillanroytaylor) as he guests on The Typical Life Coach Podcast to share valuable lessons on starting a business, doing outreach without being creepy, and getting strangers to open up. The Typical Life Coach Podcast is hosted by John & Natalie Strasser:https://typicallifecoachpodcast.buzzsprout.c...
Dillan interviews Andy Arthur Smith (@andyarthursmith), a musician and certified goofball. He's crushing it online with over 4 million followers on all platforms, most notably on TikTok and Instagram.You'll learn: why you should never give up when you think it's too late, the power of hiring a social media manager, why you should decide to go all in on content, what Andy would do if he lost all of his following, how to collaborate with sponsors, and much more. •••Doin' The Thing is a show for...
"Most people don't actually know how to push themselves until failure."Today, Dillan (@dillanroytaylor) shares an insight he got from working out with his friend on pushing your body (or mind) until failure. •••Doin' The Thing is a show for creators and business builders who want to build their thing better and faster. It's hosted by Dillan Taylor—certified life coach, writer, and CEO of Grindstone. He tracks his journey of scaling his first company, tells stories from 2500+ coaching sessions...
"We didn't just start reaching out to brands to sponsor us. We waited until we had a decent following to prove we were worth partnering with." This is from Grindstone's January Creator Interview. Dillan interviews James & Anthony Deveney (@RaidersLostPod), hosts of Raiders of the Lost Podcast—the best TV/film podcast on the internet.You'll learn: how they diversify their income streams as full-time podcasters, their Patreon tiers, and how they separate their business partnership from thei...
"$500 client: I just feel as though with this investment I am about to make in you, that we should understand how our lives are about to change and I need results and you need to bring them, I am entrusting you with our livelihood and lives.$50,000 client: Money sent, thanks."Today, Dillan (@dillanroytaylor) shares his journey of raising his prices as a solopreneur, as well as the different levels of clients.•••Doin' The Thing is a show for creators and business builders who want to build the...
"I could use this time for short-term pleasure. I could watch a movie or go out drinking with friends...Or I could spend two hours really grinding every day and see what comes of it."This is from Grindstone's January Creator Interview. Dillan interviews James & Anthony Deveney (@RaidersLostPod), hosts of Raiders of the Lost Podcast—the best TV/film podcast on the internet.You'll learn: how they built a business from their passion for film, the difficulties of creating when no one is liste...
"How do you grow an audience? One person at a time, one upload at a time, without stopping."This is from Grindstone's November Creator Interview. Dillan (@dillanroytaylor) interviews Joe (@CupppaJoe5), the #1 Call of Duty: Warzone coach on the internet.You'll learn: how he got 200,000 YouTube subscribers while juggling a full-time job, what motivates him when he's feeling down, and what he sacrificed to get here.•••Doin' The Thing is a show for creators and coaches who want to build their thi...
"Treat your current customer/listener/reader like they're paying you $10,000."Today, Dillan (@dillanroytaylor) shares the one question that skyrocketed his coaching business. You can use it to do the same with whatever you're building.•••Doin' The Thing is a show for creators and coaches who want to build their thing better and faster. It's hosted by Dillan Taylor—certified life coach, writer, and CEO of Grindstone. He tracks his journey of scaling his first company and tells stories from 250...
"Get people to click, then get them to stay. That's all the algorithm wants."This is Grindstone's November Creator Interview. Dillan (@dillanroytaylor) interviews Joe (@CupppaJoe5), the #1 Call of Duty: Warzone coach on the internet. You'll learn: what makes videos perform well, how to make a Call to Action that's not annoying, and how Joe preps before shooting his videos.•••Doin' The Thing is a show for creators and coaches who want to build their thing better and faster. It's hosted by Dill...
"Do you really want to hear about how to get more YouTube subscribers from a guy who only has 300?"In this rebranded and relaunched episode, Dillan (@dillanroytaylor) explains why he quit the podcast earlier in the year. And what he learned from doing so. You'll learn: the difference between quitting and giving up, the kind of content beginners shouldn't make (and the kind they should make instead), and the future of this podcast moving forward.•••Doin' The Thing is a show for creators and co...
Meghan Murphy is a writer, journalist, and podcaster. She’s the editor-in-chief at Feminist Current and hosts The Same Drugs podcast. Her conversations dive into today’s most polarizing topics like free speech, gender ideology, and cancel culture.But in this conversation, we tackle two things Meghan’s been criticizing for over a decade: the industries of pornography and prostitution. What’s really going on behind the scenes? What’s life like for women who get into porn and OnlyFans? And is al...
Diane Callahan runs the YouTube channel Quotidian Writer. She’s a writer of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. She’s also the managing editor at Story Garden Publishing.The Quotidian Writer YouTube channel is dedicated to helping writers tell better stories and inspiring them to keep writing. Some of her most popular videos include:• How to Show, Not Tell• How to Motivate Yourself to Write Everyday• All About Writing in the Third Person• 10 Common New Writer MistakesAs of this recording, Quotid...
Marcus Radice-Jones runs Grow Your Gaming Channel.He's one of the best “how to YouTube” YouTubers on the internet. His videos are short, super concise, and digestible. He teaches aspiring YouTubers how to get the most out of their editing and storytelling so their videos can get more clicks and longer watch times.As of this recording, GYGC has 97k subscribers.Marcus and I cover: how to stop comparing yourself to people more successful than you, the best reason to never give up as a creator, e...
Anthony Vicino is a Founding Partner at Invictus Captial, a firm that helps people invest in commercial real estate. He also has one of the best self-improvement channels out there. He helps people become less distracted, learn skills faster, and earn more money. What more can you ask for?As of this recording, his channel has 127k subscribers.Anthony and I cover: how his van went from a utopia to a prison, how he went from $80k in debt to a millionaire in just three years, the difference betw...
My guest today is Stain from AchieveYou.AchieveYou is a group of five dudes who travel to college campuses across the United States. They go up to strangers and ask them deep and vulnerable questions, buy them food, and dare them to get out of their comfort zones. It's hard to watch their content without smiling.As of this recording, AchieveYou has 336k subscribers.Stain and I cover: why these five bros started filming people on college campuses, the difficulties of filming people on the stre...
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