I both love and hate them. But I'm liking them more. For one, I see many YouTube creators with a shit ton of followers who do zero editing. No flashy stuff. It's just get on and do the thing, publish easy. Usually, you don't even need to thread two files together in an editor or cut a thing, so it's just published direct from a single whole file.
So I did one yesterday sitting in front of my workstation.
It's weird for me because I can have only one idea or theme with no idea of how I can talk about it for 10-15 minutes but once I press record, I lose all sense of everything, I ramble on, and I end up having to cut so it's not too long.
I'm wondering about location. Sitting in front of my workstation all the time might get boring—though some creators have the same setup every time. I have the option of doing them from anywhere in my house or the back patio sitting on the stairs. I could do location at the pool.
So this is what I did in about 16 minutes yesterday. I cover:
- My vision
- My mom's vision
- My mom's unique non-judgmental character
- Covid a bit
- Locks on stuff
- What if you were God for an hour
- And more
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