Lately, I’ve been thinking about this whole MBA journey that I am about to begin. It has me wondering if I have will have time to blog. It has me wondering if I will have time for the gym or video blogging. I just need to sit down and write out some time management stuff.
The 80/80/80 rule will have to apply. Instead of being 150 percent in one area and 30 percent in everything else, I figure I should just be pretty good or decent at everything. Yup, I think that’s just how it is going to be. I don’t need to put so much pressure on myself.
I will switch my YouTube game back up also. I have two YouTube channels. The older one has 160 subscribers. The new one has 60 subscribers. While I was overseas, I tried to grow the newer one with travel videos and workout videos. The problem with that is that those type of videos take so much work and editing. But they are more fun.
So here is my game-plan. I will publish more YouTube videos on the older channel because it has more subscribers. And it will be easy ass gameplay videos. Not Pewdiepie gameplay. But like Rellie Lorenzo, I have 5 minutes to make a video. But I will try really hard to make it cool, entertaining, and educational.
Ah CRAP! I have to figure out how to add a subscriber widget to my blog. I’ll try my best to do it tomorrow. Well, at least they can share it on social media. As you can see, I am absolutely taking the documenting versus creating approach. It really is the best way to be consistent with content. That advice is from Gary Vaynerchuck.
Do you want to know a very efficient blogging tip? Instead of paying for pictures and videos, why not just use your friends’ and family’s picture that they post on Facebook? As long as it is not scandal or negative, then I say go for it. I mean, if they are your true friends and family then they won’t sue you.