My winning strategy – to reinvent myself every 18 months – when I started my training and consulting practice had worked tremendously well.
And this is next phase of my re-invention, I’m going to need a new mind-set, skill-set, and toolset.
It’s been two weeks since I’ve been vlogging daily. And during this time, one key lesson I’ve learned is how to be an original.
For those of us who are ambitious, sometimes we certainly bite off more than we can chew.
And that can create anxieties – the feeling of nervousness or worry about an uncertain outcome.
Have you ever had days when you just don’t feel like doing any work?
Well, that’s how I felt today.
LEGO. A billion dollar company founded in 1932. With such strong branding, LEGO could easily sit back and watch their profits roll in day after day.
Today, I deconstruct this event through the eyes of the framework discussed here.
There are two types of people on YouTube. Those who want more subscribers and those who are lying.
Here are the three things you must do in order to earn engaged subscribers.
Success, at least for me, is no longer about status and money.
Success is about freedom.
What do you say when someone asks you what’s the name of your YouTube channel? Is it easy or difficult to tell them?
Mine was extremely hard. Here’s what I do to solve that problem.
If you want to build a successful vlog, or just about anything, the one thing that matters is to be consistent.
The whole premise of a vlog is to storytell. The better you are able to tell your story, the more engaged your audience is going to be.