With the COVID-19 impact on his hotel business, Daniel Robbins shares how he and his wife pivoted through the adversities they encountered.

 

Now known as the Clubhouse King, with the longest running room in Clubhouse, Daniel shares about what is Clubhouse and his experience with it, what it takes to run a million-dollar biz club for only about three months, and how he wants to inspire 100,000,000 entrepreneurs across the globe.

 

Guide to the Key Takeaways

  • Daniel shares how and why did he get involved with Clubhouse. (1.14 – 3.59)
  • How did the ‘longest running clubhouse room in history’ came to be? (4.00 – 5.10)
  • How does Clubhouse work? (5.11 – 5.53)
  • Engagement goals and the impact of ‘eventually’ moving Clubhouse to Android. (5.54 – 7.02)
  • Daniel’s and his wife Kate’s OG story. (7.03 – 8.54)
  • Impact of COVID to Daniel and Kate’s business and how they pivoted through it. (8.55 – 10.47)
  • Daniel shares how he overcame adversity and how Clubhouse contributed to it. (10.48 – 12.56)
  • Daniel’s biggest and surprising impact from his experience with Clubhouse. (12.57 – 14.35)
  • What is the International Women’s Day Summit and what are Daniel’s other plans? (14.36 – 15.50)
  • How to find Daniel Robbins’ Facebook Group? (15.51 – 16.28)

What it takes to run a 1 Million Dollar Biz 💰 💰 💰 💰 💰 💰 Clubhouse

  • Importance of PR and free advertising in growing a business and a brand. (16.29 – 19.35)
  • The Clubhouse versus the traditional media in building a brand. (19.36 – 21.25)
  • Daniel’s opinion on Clubhouse’s internationalisation and building connections. (21.26 – 22.59)
  • What are Clubhouse’s protocols, rules, and regulations in terms of communication? (23.00 – 24.58)
  • Daniel shares the unexpected connections he had on Clubhouse. (24.59 – 25.50)
  • What does Daniel think the future is going to look like for Clubhouse? (25.51 – 28.21)
  • Update and improvement priorities for Clubhouse in the future. (28.22 – 29.39)
  • Daniel shares his takeaways from his experience with Clubhouse. (29.40 – end)

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