Not different in a visionary sense, just different for me:
That’s right, my friends – I’ve decided to start messing around with some video content.
I’ve been playing with this idea for a long time and I finally decided to stop over thinking it and just do it already. This may not be something I stick with over the long term but then again, it might. Won’t know until I try!
All of this isn’t to say that I’m going to stop the written component of They Call it Gumption (no, I’m far to enamoured with words to do that) but I do like the way some of the bloggers that I love sometimes use video content to beef up their posts (Life After Bagels and Blogilates to name a couple) so I thought I’d give it a try. Also, as I mention in the video, I sometimes find myself wondering if there’s more I could do to give you guys a better idea of who you’re dealing with and I think this might be a good place to start.
All in all, I’m hoping that this project will be a fun way to add a little somethin’ somethin’ to this place while also giving me the chance to get to know you guys a bit better and maybe also improve my video makin’ skills.
We shall see.
And, because we’re talking YouTube and vloggers and such, I also thought it would be fun to link up some of my favourite YouTubers for you guys to check out:
Meghan Tonjes (mentioned in the video above), John and Hank Green aka The Vlogbrothers (John, also mentioned in the video above. If you like their stuff be sure to also check out their projects Crash Course and SciShow), Mike Falzone, and Charlie McDonnell aka Charlie is So Cool Like.
That’s a pretty small list but it’s a starting point! Now, tell me some of YOUR favourite vloggers/Youtubers in the comments!
Oh, and if you’re feeling so inclined, I wouldn’t object to you subscribing either