Start Here

Agreat place to start is here, if you don’t have a website yet and you want to establish a presence online.

There are a couple of ways you could sell your course online if that’s what you’re after. One is to upload your videos to websites like Udemy, Skillshare, Teachable or Creativelive. The other is to host your videos on your site, without the ‘middleman”.

Do both, if you can, as you will have far more chances to get your course promoted and sold.

I recommend downloading this free eBook that will guide you through the basics of what equipment you need to get started creating your online courses.

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A Bit About Me

Hi and Thank you for being here. My name is Fran, and I am the creator of Meijin Media where I hope to help and inspire you to make your ideas a reality.

I am originally from Rome, Italy, and my Baptist name is Francesco, but since I moved to England, people always tried to shorten my name somehow that I got used to it.

As soon as I graduated from college as an IT engineer, I took the plunge and got a job on the field that lasted a few years till my father passing away. The loss made me realise how precious life is and how little I was doing to make it significant. After that, I have had a variety of jobs from full-time musician, to Kinder Garten teacher, to a brief role as a flight attendant, to a Yoga teacher to IT trainer for one the biggest Fortune 500 Companies.

Why Should You trust me?

“People sometimes say: ‘How do you know all this stuff and Why are you so confident that it’ll work?’. The reality is that I have woken up every day for the past 15 years asking the same question: ‘What will I learn today?’ to which I answer: ‘ Whatever the learning, It will be a gift that will make room for new opportunities.’

What I know, is the result of hours, months and sometimes years of meticulous research. I have studied personal development, psychology, meditation, religion, real estate investing and even neuroscience.

Every car trip and commute was accompanied by an audio book or seminar. I have read almost a book a week for the past ten years and when the people who are wondering ‘How do I know this stuff’ were out for a drink or a weekend vacation to relax, I was at home working and researching. And even though I have my lazy days, I still think there’s someone out there who is working harder and make the ‘magic’ happens faster.

What they don’t know is that I am just an ordinary person who struggles like everybody else to find answers to our questions. I have spent thousands of dollars in seminars, coaching and “make money schemes”. I have had tough days. I read and wrote a lot of garbage, recorded awful videos and left several projects unfinished. On top of all of that, as you can imagine, I was in massive debt.

The turning point

“People do things out of Inspiration or Desperation.”

The turning point was when I decided to use my skills and experience by creating online knowledge base websites for private companies I was working for as my part time job. It allowed me to leverage my time and earn almost a semi-passive income. I also generated an income stream from my real estate experience that allowed me to leverage other people money and to be able to pay a big portion of my bills.

So in short: Why should you trust me?

I am experimenting every day on what’s working and what isn’t. 

I learned and kept learning from the best, so I will also act as a curator giving you an honest review if something is worth mentioning.

Why I do what I do?

I am passionate about teaching and sharing what I discover and learn.

I love travelling and exploring the world, and one of the things I am going to mention often is time leverage and how we can benefit from it by doing what we love the most.

I want to be able to give back and contribute to my family and loved ones who always supported me in all my crazy ventures.

My mission is to serve you and to help make your entrepreneurial journey fun and engaging. I want to hear your stories of successes as well as failures that helped you take the next step.

I don’t consider myself an expert, but more like a student who loves learning and perfecting his craft.