- The vast majority of people never start. It’s easy to find excuses not to start something, whether creating a YouTube channel, writing a book, or starting a business. But the truth is, most people never take the first step. So if you’re willing to start, you’re already ahead of the game.
- It’s all about momentum. Once you start, it’s much easier to keep going. The more you create, the better you’ll get at it, and the more momentum you’ll build. So don’t be afraid to start small. Just start making something, and the rest will follow.
- It’s a numbers game. The more content you create, the more likely you will find an audience. It’s a numbers game. The more people you reach, the more likely you will find people interested in what you say. So don’t give up. Keep creating, and eventually, you’ll find your audience.
- Don’t compare yourself to others. It’s easy to get discouraged when you see other creators doing better than you. But don’t compare yourself to others. Just focus on creating the best content you can. If you do that, you’ll eventually find success.
Here are some additional tips for starting and sticking with a YouTube channel:
- Find a niche. What are you passionate about? What do you know a lot about? Find a place you can focus on, and you’ll be more likely to create content people are interested in.
- Set realistic goals. Don’t expect to become an overnight success. It takes time and effort to build an audience. Set realistic goals for yourself, and don’t get discouraged if you don’t see results immediately.
- Be consistent. The key to success is consistency. Upload new videos regularly, and you’ll eventually build a following.
- Promote your channel. Don’t just sit back and wait for people to find your channel. Promote it on social media, and reach out to other creators in your niche.
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