After a rather abrupt ending to the vlog, I finally came around to summarising some of the key stoic learnings from these first 30 episodes. It’s also a slighty better ending, to what I’m dubbing “Season one”, than…nothing. It’s with an immense sense of optimism that I give you this final episode of Season One. Thank you to everyone who has subscribed, watched, shared, liked and commented on any of the episodes.
Anxiety is a strong and negative feeling. Feeling overwhelmed. Stressed. Or just a general sense of nervousness. Well, we all feel this on some level or the other. The protective father, the nervous traveler or even the developer with a deadline closing in. When putting things into perspective, anxiety is often a result of caring too much about things that are outside your control. When the protective father wants to protect his child from the dangers of the world, well, then he’ll need to be there ALL the time (and then some!
Emotions tend to take over your day to day life. You experience high’s and low’s. This could be at work, at home, with your friends or maybe even all of the time? Would you accept if another person pushed you around the same way you allow your emotions to push you around? How about putting things into perspective. Looking at the big picture and realising that your emotions in this point of time is just a grain of sand compared to your life.
Vlogs, or video-logs, some form of regular videos that are focused around a single main character and an aspect of them or their lives (definition: mine). They are by no way a new phenomenon. I’ve recently been watching a few vlogs that have been quite useful. Career-wise and focus-wise. Moreover, I started to follow a person: Gary Vay-Ner-Chuk. He has a message that’s quite powerful and compelling, which is to own your own brand online.