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How to Create Consistent Content for Your Audience

that feels meaningful

So you want to create some meaningful content, ya? Let's get down to it. 

Take a listen below to the FOUR-STEP process I use with my private clients, the powerful women in the Sept. Collective, and with brands. In 15-minutes, we'll cover how to create content you actually care about, for the entire month, right now. Get a hot drink, get comfy, listen, take notes and let's plan it out together.


Its important to share this – for me, consistency is just energy exchange. Your consistency can look like playful creation, or empowering motivation, or heart-opening honesty, or compassionate problem solving.


How does it feel to read that? 


We crave evolution, transformation, or growth. We desire to move toward our dreams, not hide from them. Committing to showing up to your dreams, and bringing others along with you, is about honoring your divine, unique energy force. 


When we show up, and keep our word with ourselves, we start to trust ourselves. Self-trust is alluring, rare and very magnetic. I teach more about cultivating mega magnetism in the cult-favorite, Mega Magnetic Storytelling.


But, for now, enjoy spending time tapping into your values, and your desires; your unique ingredients to the secret sauce of how you serve others in a meaningful way.


Keep going. You're doing amazing!

I work with individuals and brands to integrate their unique mission and vision through my monthly membership and mentorship programs.

Hi, I'm Amy Keller

I'm in the business of creating clarity and confidence using the juicy powers of magnetism and passion.

I work with multi-million dollar to Fortune 500 brands and businesses, across fashion, beauty and luxury hospitality. Including, content creators with brands of influence in the multi-millions. It's likely you're closet hosts a brand I’ve worked with, or at the very least, you've consumed content created by an influencer I’ve championed.


My storytelling destiny landed me in that space of time in New York City, before massive budgets and collaborative partnership deals became ‘best practices,’ and ran in the mainstream news. My clients would likely include me in the small cohort which helped create those best practices. Most of which are still in place in the industry today.


Let's be in touch! 

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