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Meet the 23-Year-Old Who Teaches Coaches How to Build 6-Figure Online Businesses

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By the time she turned 23, Rachel Bell has built not one, but two 7-figure businesses. And what’s more, she did not follow any of the “conventional” routes to becoming a millionaire.

 

Rachel didn’t invent any groundbreaking tech. She didn’t have billionaire investors backing her. And there was no family fortune she could have used for seed money. No — Rachel simply found a way to deliver a valuable service to an audience of eager buyers.

 

Through her marketing agency, Trill Media, Rachel is helping brands to establish a powerful social media presence. And inside her mentorship program, Online Coach Accelerator, she is teaching coaches how to build 6-figure businesses.

 

Scaling both of those million-dollar brands took Rachel and her co-founder two years of hard work. And before that, she had gone through many years of financial and personal struggle, trial and error, and non-stop learning.

 

Hers isn’t an overnight success story — which is exactly what makes it worth telling.

How Rachel followed her passion and failed

“I’ve always wanted to help people, and coaching seemed like the perfect fit. But it was really tough in the beginning,” Rachel recalls. She has been coaching and mentoring people, in form or another, since she was 12. And at 16, Rachel decided to take a serious stab at a coaching career.

 

She made every effort to get the best education and training she could. Rachel attended seminars and workshops, completed expensive certifications, and even reached out to prominent coaching and personal development leaders.

 

But the more she invested in herself, the more Rachel noticed that something was missing. All those events and certifications taught her plenty about how to work with clients — but nothing about how to get them in the first place!

 

“Do you know how long it took me to get my first high-paying client?” Rachel pauses. “Four. Years. Before that, I could barely make ends meet.”

 

Rachel realized: to make more than the bare minimum with her coaching, she would need to learn sales and marketing. She immersed herself into neuro-linguistic programming, behavioral psychology, digital marketing (especially social media), and sales, spending thousands of hours and the last of her savings.

 

Soon enough, her diligence paid off.

Rachel’s first big win, and the journey to 7 figures

Rachel didn’t just learn sales and marketing theory — she constantly put herself out there, testing her newfound knowledge in practice. Sometimes it worked, but much more often it didn’t. Either way, Rachel knew she was learning valuable lessons.

 

Then one day, she successfully sold $600 worth of coaching services through a webinar. Rachel remembers that moment vividly. “I physically felt like a mountain rolled off my shoulders,” she says. “I was so relieved that I burst into tears as soon as I ended the webinar. Sure, it was just a few hundred bucks. But now that I knew I could do it, I could repeat the process as many times as I wanted.”

 

Rachel spent the following year refining her approach to sales and marketing even further. Together with her partner, Ross, she co-founded a marketing agency and scaled it to multiple seven figures. Still, Rachel kept coming back to the idea of making something to help other coaches. She envisioned a kind of mentorship program that would help any coach to build a 6-figure business in as little time as possible.

 

That’s how Online Coach Accelerator came to be. Rachel says, “The Accelerator is something I wish I had access to when I was starting out. We take out students through a 90-day program focused on one thing only: getting them high-paying clients, fast.”

 

OCA stands apart from other business programs thanks to its freakishly high success rate. In other words, 9 out of 10 coaches who have completed the Accelerator back in January of 2019 were able to secure their first high-paying clients. This is what makes Rachel feel the proudest — not the fact that she built another million-dollar company, but the life-changing results made possible by OCA.

Mentoring 6-figure coaches around the world

Rachel’s story is living proof that building a 7-figure business isn’t about having an original idea or massive startup capital. Rather, it’s about identifying an audience with a burning need and helping them fulfill it.

 

Rachel knew that her market was hungry not just for information, but for proven results — and that’s exactly what she focused on, relentlessly.

 

Rachel’s next goal is simple: making Online Coach Accelerator easily available to any coach, anywhere. She and her co-founder currently spend their time optimizing and expanding OCA to help coaches in other industries, and turning it into a self-paced online course. That way, the program can impact many more people, helping thousands of coaches and potentially millions of their clients lead better lives.

Ulyses Osuna has made his own unique advances to traditional PR-marketing activities to help his public relations endeavors succeed. He is one of six founders to be featured in an Inc Magazine article on "Millennials with a Thriving Business" and has also been featured in the Huffington Post as a 19-Year-Old dominating the PR space.

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How Beauty influencer Melina Taj has Collaborated with Leading Brands Like Swarovski, Bobbi Brown and Several Others

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How has the beauty industry revolutionized so much you ask? Well it has, thanks to the likes of pro-influencers like Melina Taj. Just half a decade ago, the beauty and makeup industry was hidden and unexplored. It was limited to high-paid models only, featuring ‘already popular’ products for TV ads. The entire marketing space itself was restricted to a privileged few.

From then to now

Influencer marketing is shaping the future of beauty branding, and the internet has been a crucial contributor to this growth. Today, celebrity makeup brand launches are relying on independent beauty influencers to market their products and spread the word. This shift has not been easy, but now fortunately we are heading to a more balanced platform for the beauty industry. This has occurred due to the contributions of influencers like Melina Taj.

In a tête-à-tête with Melina Taj, we unveiled her journey on becoming an established beauty influencer, with over 1.4m followers in a short span of 3 years. Melina began her journey in the fashion industry in 2015 as she shooted with clothing and fashion magazines. She has also done TV ads for Dafy wet wipes, broadcasted across radio and television networks. In addition, she has acted in a cameo role for the climax of Avaye Baran TV series which is broadcast on the Channel 3 of Iran TV.

Since 2017, she began making exclusive Instagram videos for beauty product reviews and homemade beauty makeovers. “Ever since I started uploading IG content, my only aim has been to bring an insightful review of worthy products to my followers. With so many products around us, choosing the right one for our skin tone can be a challenge. At the same time, we look for trustworthy products that will enhance our skin. My first ever review for a famous brand, was for Fenty Beauty by Rihanna. From then on I have reviewed many small and large inspirational brands.

Where did it all start?

“I have always been interested in makeup and intrigued by its ability to uplift one’s self-confidence. I’ve been a professional makeup artist for many years, and when I started sharing my reviews on Instagram, it was great to see how so many people were appreciating such honest reviews. A lot of women find it difficult to go outdoors frequently for a makeover or for skin treatments. They were looking for homemade makeup solutions with simple ingredients. I received many questions regarding smaller details of makeup application, which many famous beauty reviews didn’t include. So, this was the need I intended to fulfil with my knowledge.” With time, Melina’s makeup tutorials and homemade masks have gained immense popularity.

Owing to her unique and consistent content on social media, Melina was invited to give a talk on beauty marketing in the first Iranian Beauty Conference, as the most influential Iranian beauty influencer. Acknowledging her success, she was awarded with a Master of Makeup degree from the French Makeup Studio and was also invited to work with them. She conducted several makeup master classes with some renowned artists such as Samer Khuzami and similar. It was not long before collaborations and events with stellar brands like Swarovski, NARS, Bobbi Brown came along the way. Taj also held a successful beauty master class in Istanbul, Turkey with prominent sponsors like Victoria’s Secret, Huda Beauty, Benefit Cosmetics, NYX Professional Makeup, Clarins, Tarte Cosmetics and similar.

Melina accredits her success to the warm and intimate relationship that she has nurtured with her followers. “I love to share little beauty tricks that have worked for me. It’s all about simplifying the complex. If you have an expertise, share it in the most humble way, and you will see how new doors open for you. I believe in this quote by Richard Bach, “You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it come true.”

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An Exclusive Interview with Actor Bahadır Ünlü

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Building a stellar reputation as a notable movie star is no easy task. Finding success as an actor is a long, arduous path, where many do not succeed. Still, some persevere and surmount impossible odds to realize their dreams and make a name for themselves. Turkish actor Bahadir Ünlü started from humble beginnings and is now a leading actor in the middle east and beyond. In this interview, Bahadir talks about his journey, career, and prospects.

Bahadir, could you more about how you began your career and became a leading actor?

I started my career with no support what so ever. I have faced a lot of challenges in the beginning. There were times when I felt like giving up, but I kept going. It is essential to value every opportunity that crosses your path. You never know where it may lead you. I stayed positive and continued working in advertisements, commercials, and small budget movies. I got my break in 2003, in a movie called “Aquarium,” which was a joint project between Iran and Turkey. From that point on, there was no looking back. Over the years, I’ve worked in several Turkish, English, and German movies as well as TV series. People must remember that there is no shortcut to success. If you stay focused and chase your dreams, you will indeed achieve the same.

What made you want to become an actor?

Acting has always been my passion. I grew up in awe of the power that entertainment possessed. I wanted to be an actor because it is an art-form that enables you to touch millions of lives. I wanted to spread positivity, hope, and humor through being an actor. I wanted to live a life froth with adventure. Acting served as a conduit for me to explore new countries, meet new people, experience new cultures, and expand my horizons. Today, I have achieved my childhood dream, and I am grateful to my fans for their love and support. I am receiving appreciation for my art as an actor, which is the highest form of gratification.

Bahadir, what are your plans for the future

I have had a long and fulfilling career thus far. I wish to push my limits as an actor and director. There are several international projects in the pipeline, and I am looking forward to them the most. It will allow me to explore new roles, opportunities, and a chance to connect with a whole new audience. I firmly believe that there is always room to learn, improve, and grow, and so this will continue to be my driving force in the future.

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How Claytonisokay’s Music is Bringing About Positive Societal Change

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Have you ever wondered why today’s music is so awful? Most of the songs are full of vulgar content, and center on sex, relationships, or wealth. The commonality of such songs makes most people wonder if today’s music tracks are meaningful at all. Recently, Science confirmed this suspicion. Research showed that pop music has gotten worse over the years.

Still, it would be unwise to say all music is terrible. Out of the sea of poor content, there are still some artists who work hard to produce great music. Billy Miller AKA Claytonisokay is one of the artists who are at the forefront of creating quality music. Claytonisokay recently released an album dubbed Overlooked Stories. We talked to Miller about his music, including its purpose and its story.

About Claytonisokay

Claytonisokay has been in music from an early age. At age 5, he was familiar with playing the violin and knew much about rhythm/harmony. Claytonisokay started writing lyrics on his own during school class. When he was a teenager, he was kicked out of school and had to attend transfer school. The transfer school exposed him to a world that he didn’t know existed. As a child from the middle class, Claytonisokay was blessed to have parents who provided him with a solid place to live, food on the table, and a supportive atmosphere. When he went to Transfer school, he saw that other people didn’t have the same thing. The transfer school exposed him to the reality of social inequality. “Going through what I was going through at the time with having to leave my high school and just things in my personal life, I turned to music as an outlet,” he says.

One of Claytonisokay’s friends, who was also a musician, took him to a studio. “I rapped the lyrics I had written over a youtube beat I felt fit the vibe. Looking back, I laugh whenever I listen to it, but I’ve progressed since then. I taught myself how to play guitar when I was 17, and now I make songs of all different kinds, ranging from hip-hop like Overlooked Stories to indie/psychedelic rock,” says Miller.

Miller’s songs are not limited to any genre. Why? Because he has mastered the art of creating a fusion of beats and developing his lyrics.

Using Music to Tell Stories

Claytonisokay uses his music to tell stories. The music makes listeners aware of the world around them, particularly the world that they don’t want to see. The key themes explored in his music are poverty, love-lost, greed, loneliness, the pains of growing up. Still, the music is not all negative. Claytonisokay takes these themes and turns them into self-reflective stories.

Claytonisokay also uses his music to create awareness of the prevalence of Lyme disease. The disease affects about 300,000 annually. What’s more, the economic burden of the disease is presently at 1.3 billion dollars. Although the condition affects thousands of lives, research, and funding on the treatment of the disease remains relatively low. Claytonisokay believes that Lyme disease deserves equal financing, similar to other conditions. He also believes that there is a need for awareness to enlighten people on the disease’s seriousness. As such, the proceeds from his album go to the support of the Lyme Disease Association.

Overlooked Stories reflects the musician’s experiences while in transfer school. It was while in school that he saw people who went through experiences revolving around poverty and violence. He observed that the rich did nothing to address the issues of poverty and violence. This experience is what led him to create the album. The album (Overlooked Stories), discusses the overlooked stories in the society as well as themes of greed, poverty, loneliness, love lost, etc.,

Final Thoughts

Claytonisokay’s music has depth. This music makes people more aware of the world around them, the world they don’t want to see. The raw truth in his lyrics made it difficult for him to get his music out there. Still, the hard work paid off when he completed his album. The album creates awareness of Lyme disease. His music also looks at issues such as poverty, the pains of growing up, love-lost, greed, and loneliness. If you are looking for quality music that informs, then this album is must-have.

There is no doubt that Claytonisokay represents a new breed of musicians. These are musicians who are not blind to the issues plaguing society. Instead, they use their music to change the narrative in the community, thereby bringing about social change.

Find all Claytonisokay music and projects here 

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