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My 2021 Review of the Kajabi Platform...

In my 2021 Kajabi Review, I break down how I use Kajabi for my Website, to build courses, and to accept payments.

Kajabi is at the core of my business. I use it to:

  • Host and build my website
  • Grow and segment my email list
  • Host my videos
  • Host my password protected courses
  • Process my payments.

I love having all of these tools under one platform because it lets me share my message with ease! Watch my 2021 Review by clicking the link below.



Epidemic Sound...

I use Epidemic Sound for all of my royalty free music in my travel videos.

This allows me to post my videos on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram without worrying about getting in trouble for the music I use.

I used a different service in the past and I would always get notices from YouTube for copyright infringement on the music. Then I would have to fight it and show that I had purchased the rights to the music. I switched to Epidemic Sound over a year ago and this issue has never happened with them!

I have the Personal account, which is $15 per month. You can try it out for FREE for 30 days to see if you like it by clicking the button below.

This is how Epidemic Sound Works:

Step 1 - Create Your FREE Account:

Sign up and add your YouTube channel, Facebook page, Instagram page and/or Podcast feed.

Step 2 - Download Music:

Access music by their incredible artists and composers with unlimited downloads.

Step 3 - Start Creating:

Use as much of their music as you need in your published videos, while you have an active subscription. If you cancel your subscription, your previous content will still be covered.



Record Your Course using Camtasia...

I create all my courses using Camtasia.

This software records your computer screen and then allows you to edit the tutorial videos with high resolution zoom-ins and lots of great effects.

This software works on both Macs and PCs. 

You can download a free trial of Camtasia using the link below.

Free Trial of Camtasia Studio

Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription...

I personally use the “All Apps” Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription.

This gives me access to the most up to date version of Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premier Pro, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Acrobat Pro, Adobe After Effects, and the Adobe Media Encoder.

I would highly recommend having access to an Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription to optimize your images and edit your videos. 


G Suite for Business Email and Apps...

I use G Suite to setup my business email.

This allows me to have an email address at my domain name.

Not only do you get your email address setup, but you also get access to Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, and much more.

You can get a free 14-day free trial by using the link below.



Clarifii for your GoPro Lens...

I love using Clarifii!

If you're going in the water with your GoPro, this is a must.

The Clarifii solution repels water drops and fog from camera lenses, water housings, and underwater goggles.

It keeps everything clear, so you can save time, avoid stress, and capture the world with clarity.


GoPro Hero 9 Black...

I film all of my underwater footage with my GoPro Hero 9 Black.

I love this camera. It’s waterproof and is really small so it doesn’t take up much space traveling.

You can see the quality of the footage on my destinations page.

The stabilization really improved on this version of the camera. Watch the video where I show you the difference between Hypersmooth Regular vs. Hypersmooth Boost.

I'm also using the mods for vlogging.


GoPro 3-Way Stick...

The GoPro 3-Way stick is what I typically use to record both on land and in the water.

This 3-in-1 mount can be used as a camera grip, extension arm or tripod.

The folding arm makes it possible to capture selfies without the mount appearing in the shot.

The handle doubles as a grip and stores a lightweight mini tripod.

You have to buy the GoPro camera separately. 

GOPRO 3-Way Stick

GoPro Seeker Backpack...

I love my GoPro Seeker backpack.

It's really light weight and holds all my gear.

My favorite feature is the ability to have my camera on the strap. This makes it so easy to record on the go.

The updated 18-liter design features a padded laptop sleeve, plus more space for your personal gear, GoPro cameras, and accessories.

Built-in chest and shoulder mounts make it easy to capture immersive POV footage with your GoPro.

The hydration/laptop compartment fits bladders up to 2 liters or laptops up to 15 inches.