Successful Video Blogging Requires Taking Risks - Page 2
Ironically enough though, if people have anything different to say then you're on the right track. You can't be everything to everyone, and therefore, it's imperative that you stay true to yourself and your message.
3. There will be negative people that will only try to take away from your message.
No matter what you do, there will be people that will doubt what you say and do and take pride in doing so. They want you to fail. What's worse is that they have probably never picked up a pen and written out a script, filmed a video or even attempted what you are in the midst of doing, yet they know why you will not succeed.
The have a multitude of reasons why you will not thrive, such as: your content not being unique enough, your blog design not being attractive enough, your video quality not being perfect, you post too often or not often enough, you're not an expert and so forth. It doesn't take someone great to say that something can't or won't work. A remarkable person will hear the static and decide to embark on their mission anyhow.
Creating compelling video content will not happen overnight. You'll work hard, extremely hard, you'll hear a lot of naysayers along the way, and there are no guarantees that you will attain the success that you believe you deserve.
However, being aware of what you are going up against and deciding to take on the challenge anyhow is the first step. Or you can walk away from your computer with sweaty palms, shot nerves and always wonder to yourself, "What if?"
Take the risks; they are worth it.