Reflections On 30(ish) Days Of Daily YouTube Videos.

In mid-February, about 40 days ago now, I embarked on a 30-day YouTube challenge in which I would upload a video to YouTube every day.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9h2irq1Q3Q

I've taken a lot of inspiration from different YouTubers and creators, from Joe Rogan to Tim Ferris, to more recently, a young hustler named Hayden Bowles.

I stumbled across Hayden's YouTube channel originally while searching for some Facebook Ads resources, and found that his daily videos were fun, approachable, and doable.

Something about the way Hayden did his low-production, low-editing videos made them seem more authentic, raw, and possible - it planted the idea that it was possible to do daily YouTube videos in a way that was low-cost, but still fun and valuable.

So I did it! And I quickly fell in love with the medium.

In YouTube, I found a fun, creative outlet that was full of business potential, and a window into an exciting new world.

The YouTube universe is immense - with it's own heroes, resources, guides, gurus, gear... it's creative, it's fun, and it's full of possibility. And I was immediately hooked.

(In the video linked above, I go into more detail about it).

So far, I've been sharing videos mostly on the topics of business, mindset, and self-development, geared mostly towards young entrepreneurs (or hopeful entrepreneurs).

I've continued to share daily video updates (going on 40+ days now!) and would love to have you along for the ride.

If you're interested in following along, we'd love to have you :)

Thanks for being here, and I'll see you in the next video!

-Alan VanToai

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