“If you have small children, keep them the hell away from YouTube” – Jame Bridle This is worth a watch. It is also why I removed YouTube from the iPad for our littlest one. James Bridle also wrote an article on this topic.
I’ve had my own experience with burn out and ever since then (3 years ago) I’ve put extra emphasis on building a team around me. This stuff is real. Anyone, everywhere needs to learn how to manage their workload. With the digital 24/7 world it is an increasingly important skill. Here is a burn out
It’s kind of nice. As your kids get older they can actually learn to do useful things! In this case, edit videos. My eldest (12) has picked up video editing skills that I am little bit jealous of. I wish I had the time to learn, I need to accept for now that I don’t.
So…my son has a YouTube Channel, (I’m sure he’d appreciate it fi you subscribed!) It is gaming (mostly Call of Duty) related. He has been working on it for around a year. We’ve mostly supported him along the way. We’ve helped him buy the stuff he needs. He has kept at things, building up his skills
My eldest is 12. He loves gaming. He plays games. He has ambitions to become a big YouTube gamer person. He figures out most of the things he needs and we help him along the way. His dad helps him with tech stuff, because he is a bit of an uber geek. My son is