Just posted my first "channel intro" that gives an overview of what sort of content I'm posting. Tried to basically do my take on being a synthesizer in my niche. Would love some feedback on it - my channel is still fairly new (3 months) so I know there are a bunch of things I'm still doing wrong
#15: @Shivam Jha - Building Businesses, Being DRUGGED In Hong Kong and The BEST Skill to Learn YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=s9BYPukwYoE Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/50xgsoDkbINMJ0hvIZaFKW?si=iErSgGSHR-SL25F4EslOQw Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-f-p-i-podcast/id1554112665?i=1000581279950 All links: https://linktr.ee/TheSheasbyPodcast
So, the mission of my YouTube channel is getting more and more in focus in my brain, but I've felt the need to try to do a better job of articulating it, so this is my first attempt at posting a 'Mission Statement" of sorts. I already realize that it's a muddled, jumbled, incoherent mess, but I also know that if I waited for it to be good before posting, I'd never post anything. My current thought is, get this out there, then try to make a bunch of quick synthesizer hits in rapid succession, and then come back to this idea and try to lock down the focus a little better. Help me, my Obi-Wan Kenobis! You're my only hopes! What works? What is the most obvious thing to improve next? Does this even make any sense whatsoever? Sigh. Imposter syndrome, here I come. But, still. I'm feeling that by video number 100 or so, I'm probably going to start producing something compelling. Before I can get to that, however, I gotta produce videos 1 through 99. Thanks for your help! https://youtu.be/LNNidyV8LjM
My 17 Idols at 17 Years Old People I look up to, want to be like or who have had a large impact on my life. They changed my life and believe they can do the same for you It took up until my 73rd video until I pulled a shocked face on a thumbnail 😂 I’ve succumbed to the YouTuber style Audio quality isn’t great throughout. Recorded on phone. I have a way to fix it.
#13: @Arjun Khemani - Running 100km, Problems with The School System and The Philosphy Of Science This was an interesting one to talk to someone my own age with a similar mindset. I haven’t found many of those. 😂 YouTube: https://youtu.be/bdbvltCVK_8 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/01Ra3SwZL978S5hO8vNEd5?si=ztgDo0sJSdCx9bp85oDlIg Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-sheasby-podcast/id1554112665 Other: https://linktr.ee/thesheasbypodcast As of right now it’s not on Google podcasts. Idk if anyone actually uses it tho. It will be on there in a few hours
#12: @Cotton Sam - YouTube, Dealing with Negativity and Living in the Middle East Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4Mf8DISqC2cfrwEjRxJphu?si=RODT2JIDQnmOjDmr47WGQA YouTube: https://youtu.be/adeXvFymEgo Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/u/4/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80YjczZmNmOC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw/episode/ZDc5YTkzM2MtZTIxYy00YTYxLWJmOWEtZmRhMTAxNzcyMWI4?sa=X&ved=0CAYQuIEEahcKEwjI7KWY6KL6AhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQAQ Other: https://linktr.ee/thesheasbypodcast
BEWARE: If you post your objective, you will be held HIGHLY accountable for what you set out to do. Want to try something fun, interesting and motivating. This is an ongoing accountability post. RULES: You can only post an outcome/objective/goal that 1. can be completed the same day you set out to do it 2. can be completed with your current available resources 3. has a specific goal or outcome that must be clearly defined 4. involves only you, your business and your own effort or ability 5. has a specific completion time at which point you will post your result 6. does not injure you or others physically or mentally in any way 7. *outcome/objective/goal must be able to be verified via post* 8. must request to be held accountable at end of post "HOLD ME ACCOUNTABLE" Example: I will record, edit, thumbnail and post a 5 minute motivational youtube video that will have a topic of "How to get out of a funk when things I try to do are just not working". I will complete this video by 5pm US Eastern Time Zone and will post a link to the video here. HOLD ME ACCOUNTABLE" If you dare...go ahead and post your destiny. 📣
#11: @Corey Bennett Boardman - Content Creation, Synthesising, Death Really enjoyed this one. It is rumoured @Andrew Kirby liked it too. Maybe you should check it out? Big thanks to Corey for coming on. YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iIq8pMWiKw Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/16g4cnadvlVqe0d4F5C5wm?si=9YOBJYpFSxCKptIssGjYMw Other Platforms: https://linktr.ee/thesheasbypodcast
today i purchased an online course from Udemy based around digital marketing, It is a around 70 hours of core learning in the area and how develop my own brand or help out a company as such, I believe this is the right step in the direction I want in life and want this community to keep on me to get through this! it would be extremely appreciated! this is the course as well https://www.udemy.com/course/digital-marketing-strategy-course-wordpress-seo-instagram-facebook/ I hope everyone has a awesome week ahead and keep pushing those boundaries! Evan 🔥
Hey team, last week I decided to take the channel seriously so posting here for accountability aswell as feedback! Here's the checklist I tried to follow compared to last video. - Good topic (try with trending always) - Title Improved Significantly - Credibility at the beginning of the video - Banner of youtube channel - Thumbnail - Background sound / music - Polish the video more post production, adding text or transitions, sound effects, B rolls Would love feedback! https://youtu.be/MrHKfT8V8E0
08.30.2022 The power of never giving up. Sometimes when we face a challenge, and it feels like it becomes insurmountable and we want to quit, or we’ve even been told we can’t do it…is when we are possibly closest to a breakthrough. When I was a kid, my parents moved around a lot. My dad was in the oil business and it felt like we moved every year, right after school ended every year. We moved from my hometown of Grand Junction Colorado to Odessa Texas, then to Casper Wyoming, lander and riverton, before going back to Casper and then to Odessa Texas to begin my high school years as a sophomore. Growing up in Casper, it was a culture shock to move to Odessa. I was used to my friends all looking like me…and when starting school, while some looked like me, most did not. It was uncomfortable to say the least. The first day of being in PE, thats physical education class, I recall how I was one of the only white kids there. After class I was walking down the hallway, and this kid, named pat mercer, stopped me and asked if I played golf because they needed more players for the team. I asked Pat what this meant? He said, instead of going to PE, I’d be going to the golf course… This was like my ticket out… Having only played golf a few times over the summer, while visiting my grandmother, I thought, how hard could it be? And I said, I’m in. It required playing qualifying rounds to determine where on the team I would play. Unfortunately over the course of several rounds, I failed to make the team…I recall one round was over 120. Looking back, I must have been miserable to play with…I mean watching a guy hit the ball sideways, and miss enough putts to shoot over 120…brutal. So as I say, I did not make the team…but I was allowed to stay in the program and practice. I couldn’t go to the golf course, but in those days, we could hit balls at a schoolyard without getting in trouble. So every day, and I mean every day, I hit balls immediately after school until dark. I figured I would outwork everyone and find success by digging it out of the dirt!
The month of August slipped through my fingers with stresses at my day job, stresses at home (landlord wants to raise my rent over 20%!), and so on and so on. However, I found my mojo leading up to the most recent Mastermind call and put together a video on a topic that's been kicking around my brain for a while... was super excited to write it, record it, edit it, realize the lighting was terrible (again) and then re-record it and re-edit it, do all the things to post it to YouTube, *scheduled it* (as an experiment -- one new tool in my toolbox!), and then... My excitement evaporated when I realized the topic was crap, the story was crap, my writing was crap, and my delivery most of all was crap. So. Imposter syndrome? Sleep deprivation-induced mood swings? Or, did I just return to reality? I think I might want to start moving away from the scripted delivery style... I'm not sure I like the cadence. But, what's *your* opinion? Do I sound too... much? If you have a few minutes and are so inclined: What is the first, most obvious thing you would recommend to this humble synthesizer to better connect with the audience? https://youtu.be/WbQ_263QfpE Thank you in advance for your mentorship, my Jedi Masters!
I'm reading a book called "12 Rules for Life," by Jordan Peterson, and there was a paragraph that really stood out: "Why refuse to specify? Because while you are failing to define success (and thereby rendering it impossible) you are also refusing to define failure, to yourself, so that if and when you fail you won't notice, and it won't hurt. But that won't work! You cannot be fooled so easily - unless you have gone very far down the road! You will instead carry with you a continual sense of disappointment in your own Being and the self-contempt that comes along with that..." I felt called out; and that's exactly what I needed. About a month ago, I wrote a list of promises to myself, and there was one that - instead of saying "I promise to do _____" - said, "I promise to try to _____" because I knew I wouldn't do it and didn't want to feel disappointed in myself. So, I guess I need some accountability :') Some things I'm going to do today: - Clean my apartment (lol... it's not that messy, but I think better and am more productive in a totally clean/clutter-free space) - Record myself painting - even if I don't post it or have anything valuable to say. - Text back 1 of 201838 people I've been avoiding (seems small but it'll be the hardest thing I do this month, and I don't even wanna include it in the list) - Define & refine boundaries/availability for work That said, I haven't recorded myself painting while talking about ______ yet. But I did summarize/synthesize another Huberman podcast called "How to Focus to Change Your Brain," and will be sharing it later (today?) once I finish/edit/SHORTEN (ffs, Anessa) it. Also, not related to synthesizing stuff (so, sorry if I shouldn't share this here), but I've been uploading 1 singing video per day, for the past week, and I'm finally getting comfortable with it. I still only have like 37 followers. But, 2 days ago, I had like 27. And I got some really sweet comments & 70+ likes in a day :) I'm not doing it for the likes/comments, but I do have a goal of singing with Alec Benjamin hahaha, so it does help. Also, it's proof that consistency and... there's this word I'm thinking of; it means quantity/mass/amount. Oh, my gosh, this is gonna kill me. In essence, more = good.
#How To Create Your First Piece Of Content I'll create a youtube video til 28th of August, didn't decided the subject yet. The options are: Golang API Gateway live coding, yoga stretch routine or A day in Sintra - Portugal. Keep tuned to my channel https://www.youtube.com/user/lucaspicollo
Hey guys, I've been a member since April but I was completely inactive until now. Today I decided to upload my first video, and I will continue to upload persistently. I feel good just for sharing my thoughts. I constantly read self-help and self-improvement books so why not share. I just needed to start small and take it from there. It's only my first video I will get better with time, just wanted to get started!https://youtu.be/JDj3n4_L5rY
- When you are committed, you find a way. When you are interested, you find an excuse. - When you are committed, you do whatever it takes. When you are interested, you do what is convenient. - When you are committed, you do it consistently. When you are interested, you do it occasionally. - When you are committed, you take accountability. When you are interested, you cast blame. - A committed leader feels the truth helps. An interested leader feels the truth hurts. - A committed leader appreciates what they need to hear. An interested leader appreciates only what they want to hear.
#Synthesizing Intro a re-Introduction of sorts. I love inspirational and motivational content. I was, when I was speaking 5 days a week, an improvisational speaker. Often being given a topic and turning it into an inspirational teaching moment to groups of middle school and high school kids. In a world that is constantly bombarding us with negativity, a different POV is often like an Orange life preserver to someone struggling to stay above water…and with the right message, not just of fluff, but of motivational and strategic substance, it can shift their consciousness. This shift, as they say, helps get them off the mat, and to fight another round.
Just published this video. I spent a while editing it. I'd appreciate some feedback on the thumbnail/ video/ title. The Video Is About The Anatomy of the Human Foot + The History of Shoes, Why Modern Shoes are terrible for our feet, and My Experience With Barefoot Inspired Shoes. Title: Modern Shoes Are KILLING Your Feet (Barefoot Shoes)