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Have you ever wondered how people earn money making videos on YouTube? Talent manager and content producer Reuven Ashtar sat down with Jessica Abo to discuss how his Never Napping clients, ranging from The Sorry Girls, Molly Burke and Amanda Rach Lee to The Icing Artist and Aydian Dowling, became YouTube stars, and what it takes to be successful. People make money through YouTube by having followers watch their videos or through brand deals. Other streams include live events or merchandising. Reuven represents a team of strong content creators, and spends his time managing them and assisting them in creating material. He best describes the Youtubers as individuals that make two short films a week. For the new Youtuber, Reuven advises you ask yourself some questions:
Is it your captive audience you’re trying to please? Are you trying to get a new audience and how can you win? You build an audience over time. You don’t just create one thing.
It’s about consistent growth, and subscribership growth.
The author points out that coming from a journalism background she assumed that it was about 80% on production and 20% on marketing, but in the YouTube the opposite is true. With the power of the Information Age, you can spend your message globally for free. What is your impact on legacy and eternity?
In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Brian Tracy breaks down seven simple techniques you can use to improve your memory. Whether you just want to make sure you nail your next presentation or need to have a long-term system, these techniques can help you have the most important information in your hip pocket when you need it most. All of the techniques Tracy cites to improve memory are fairly simple, but many of them require dedication in order to be effective. For example, Tracy’s first piece of advice on how to improve your memory is to over-learn the material. If you are overprepared, then even if you forget tangential points, you will have such a firm grasp on the fundamentals that you won’t need to worry about remembering. Brian states that there are 5 proven strategies that can maximize your retention, and in this video, he states seven techniques. One strategy is reducing the amount of interference around you. Interference is when the information you’ve previously learned is interfering with the information you’re currently learning. To limit interference, he suggests over-learning the material. if you recall the information without a pause for thought then you’ve over-learned it. Other strategies include making the information meaningful and using four color pens. Using colored based inks allows you to use color image-based techniques to anchor images with memories. Also space out your study sessions, and practice whole and part learning. Read the material all at once quickly and then go back and ingest it in parts. You can also recite the material that you’re trying to memorize, and this technique was used by Abraham Lincoln himself. Finally use a study system, have a game plan and act on it. Your incredible brain can take you from rags to riches, from loneliness to popularity, and from depression to happiness, and joy if you use it properly.
This week, I’ve included SELF DISCIPLINE – Motivation for Daily Discipline (Video Advice) from the Video Advice YouTube channel.
“If you think you know it all, you’re a fool for sure; real survivors learn wisdom from others.”
Proverbs 28:26 MSG