John promised a "solid" first Draft and here is where Sameena places a personal video with instructions on how to consume the content below given the time considerations so we absolutely do get a solid first draft as promised before we wake up tomorrow morning
As you are viewing these clips, John, pay close attention to the time stamps of any portions of the clips that you would like us to extract to support you in telling the story and a combination of words and video clips - So you pick those clips - and I believe my Introduction video below simplifies it for you of how you can go about doing this, so you don't get overwhelmed with the content in these videos and have that be the reason for you not being able to deliver a sold first draft.
We want the end result of this writing to be STORY BASED WRITING THAT INTEGRATES THE VIDEOS THAT HITS THE HEART. (And again, John, don't let this all overwhelm you, watch my introduction video first as it says how to go about with this writing, so you can deliver a solid first draft.
INTRODUCTION VIDEO EXPLAINING HOW TO PROCESS THE VIDEO CONTENT
John, before you start your writing, Strat with listening to Video #08 (I included it as the first video) first, even though you may have watched it, it is included on this page as one of the new clips Scott extracted and edited - And in Video #11, which follows the first video on this page, he talks all about the process and how both Scott and I work together with people and what the offer is - The offer is brought up more than half way towards the end of the video. You can even take Scott's words right out of this video clip I think when he talks about how this process works. So I suggest you watch the first 5 videos below on this page first- write out the entire process, how we both work with people, and the offer, and then you you can go back and add the heart into it? I believe it may make it easier for you? - Which is to get out the whole process as Scott describes it in this video clip and elaborate on the details, experience, get the offer out, which is also mentioned in this video, Call to Action, and then you can go back and polish it adding the heart into it - reminder to write it like a story form as we talked about?
-Process, including how we work with people and what does it look like
-Experience of working with Scott and Sameena
-Call To Action
This clip (#12) - Starts with - in your writing, it should answer the following question - look out for this - "What happens to me if I get on the call?"
- Talks more about the offer
Approx. 3 minutes and 45 seconds into the video, Scott gets into talking about the membership site - which completes the offer, and as it is mentioned in the video, they have an option .... Talked about in this video clip.
We sponsor people by taking them (one-on-one over zoom) through some of the most potent sections of the Big Book of AA and “Ask And It Is Given” by Abraham Hicks customized for their unique views on spirituality and addiction.
Video Clip #07 - 41 second clip - very powerful, it emphasizes story based - telling it s a story, instead of a sales copy.
You only need to listen to the below clip (#10) starting at approximately the 3 minute mark here where it goes into Scott talking.
The mind of the 'addict' doubts themselves in their mind - questioning everything. They can't trust themselves and therefore, they don't know who to trust - so they turn to their 'drug', whether it's to alcohol, substances, or a secondary addiction like, co-dependency, worry, negativity, etc because in their world it is the only thing they can probably trust, giving them a 'high' or an escape from their mind - probably the only thing they know to do to in some cases barely survive.
- This process is not about relying on or becoming dependent on your sponsor, it is about coming to terms at your own pace and in your own time with putting dependency upon God as you understand god to be for you for your recovery.
- This is not about being of service, and we are not a charity, nothing is owed in this kind of spiritual work.