My First Video, Sierra Kilo Bravo, and Two Thousand Dollars

My First Video, Sierra Kilo Bravo, and Two Thousand Dollars

I’m one week in and already I’ve gotten my first video up, reeled in my first subscriber, and even lost my first $2,000. It’s a beautiful thing. Join me as I share the first week of starting a digital business.


Show Notes

  • Okay, here’s the link to my Youtube channel. Check it out, subscribe, etc.
  • Also, make sure to check out my buddy, Sierra Kilo Bravo’s Youtube channel. He does great pop culture, literature, and movie reviews.
  • Here’s a list of the gear I purchased. Please note, these are Amazon affiliate links and I’ll make a couple nickels if you click and/or buy something from them.

  • The camera I’m using: Canon EOS 80D Digital SLR Camera Body (Black)
  • The microphone I use for my vlog: Shure VP83 LensHopper Camera-Mounted Condenser Microphone
  • And, here’s the windscreen I use to keep the outdoor sound great: Shure A83-FUR Windjammer for LensHopper VP83 and VP83F Microphones
  • Here’s the tripod I use in the field and for vloging: JOBY GorillaPod 5K Kit. Professional Tripod 5K Stand and Ballhead 5K for DSLR Cameras or Mirrorless Camera with Lens up to 5K (11lbs). Black/Charcoal.
  • Here are the two lenses I use: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens and Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM Lens
  • Credits

    The music track used in the opening of this episode is called “Telecom” and was created by Lee Rosevere.

    This episode’s closing music was created by James Opie and is called “Atheneia”. It was shared under a Creative Commons License.

    Posted by Mike in Podcast
    It’s Season Two and Time to Take a Trip

    It’s Season Two and Time to Take a Trip

    I’m kicking off season two of the Make It Matter podcast, which means I’m taking a trip and I hope you’ll join me.

    Ever since I kicked off my consulting practice I’ve wanted to also develop a digital aspect to my business. Essentially, I want to sell information products; things like courses, ebooks, and online resources for entrepreneurs. To do this, I’m going to develop a platform, grow an audience, and develop and promote these products—and I’m going to share the journey with my listeners.

    Join me in this episode as I talk about my plan, why I am doing this, and how I’ll be using Make It Matter over the next year or so.


    Credits

    The music track used in the opening of this episode is called “Telecom” and was created by Lee Rosevere.

    This episode’s closing music was created by James Opie and is called “Atheneia”. It was shared under a Creative Commons License.

    Posted by Mike in Podcast