Ever since I started posting videos on my YouTube Channel last summer, I’ve had many people ask me why I’d bother building my name on a whole new platform, as if I didn’t have enough on my plate already. Why would I even attempt to give the over saturated world of YouTube a try when everyone is trying to make it? My answer is always simple, video is the way forward and market trends have been demanding more video content over the years.
With each video, I gained a little more confidence, a couple less shits about the world watching around me and started bouncing off the environment I was filming.0
This whole idea that brands have of the “grass been greener outside the border” needs to stop in Croatia because it does nothing but discourage the next generation of influencers to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams. If bloggers are finding it difficult to be taken seriously and paid for their work now, what hope does this give the youth of the country who have every potential to also get into the industry and build a personal brand?1
Vincent Dignan is a man of many talents.
In his latest talk titled, ‘Sales & Personal Branding: How To Be Rich and Internet Famous,’ Vincent highlights the importance of the hustle, the true definition of no social life in order to win the entrepreneurial game and what it truly takes to call yourself a digital nomad on a whole new scale. If you want to Break The Internet, this is the guy you need to listen to.3
Don’t Be Fake, This isn’t 1999- You Can’t Get Away With That Shit Anymore
I recently came across a post from a blogger who crosses my path every now and then and she mentioned how “socially awkward” bloggers were at Press Events because they had very little experience in real life with people. It was the most outrageous thing I’d ever read and she couldn’t be more wrong about bloggers. Anytime I’ve attended an event with other bloggers, I’ve not only grown my network but formed new friendships because I was willing to switch off from my own bubble and open myself up to someone new. I think the only socially awkward denominator is the one claiming she’s like a cat lady.0