I used to struggle with creating content on the internet. No matter how hard I tried, I could never quite get on top of it. 

On a daily basis it seems, I would inevitably hit that moment of panic where I would think, “oh no, I haven’t posted anything today,” and I would have to scramble to come up with something. 

For years, I watched other creators turn out videos, pictures, tweets, and more with regularity, wondering how they did it without missing a beat while I consistently struggled to keep up. 

But everything changed when I figured out how to create content systems that allowed me to get ahead of the curve and stay there. 

Instead of constantly playing catchup, I began approaching content creation like a part-time job, a side hustle that only required a few hours per week to execute. 

I would set aside time for myself to build out my content on a regular basis, focusing on one main idea and then building everything else out of that. 

Additionally, I took advantage of scheduling in advance, and, in doing so, freed myself up to come up with even more ideas with my newly found free time. 

Now my content system runs largely on autopilot. 

I have a standing appointment with myself to create content every Friday morning. I build out what I need to, schedule it to publish over the next several weeks, and am free to spend my time serving my clients and building my business. 

Here are 5 tips to help you start creating social media content on autopilot. ✈️