What could you do if you had access to 50 million people? Nuseir Yassin, the creator of Nas Daily and Nas Academy, is the perfect person to answer that question. Today's guest went from Venmo employee to YouTube star incredibly fast. His secret? The ability to assess personality-market fit and determine the likelihood of virality. In this episode, hosts Sahil Bloom (@sahilbloom) and Greg Isenberg (@gregisenberg) explore the future of the creator economy, a cool mental health service for social media personalities, and why the value of creators is only beginning to scratch the surface.
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