Warning! You won’t be able to become a YouTuber (Without the right mindset)

By | September 13, 2019


In today’s video we’re talking about
what it takes to become a successful youtuber and we’re starting right now hey there welcome to another video my
name is Tom I’m a dad of three I’m a skydiver and I’m a youtube certified
expert over the years I’ve developed a very unique set of skills that help my
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analytical stuff to talk about numbers and facts SEO different set plans a lot
of objective technical stuff that you have to do to succeed on YouTube this
video is going to be a lot different than that because we’re going to talk
about what it takes mentally and emotionally to succeed on
you which means that we’re gonna dive into the psyche of a youtuber the inner
struggles in how you can survive and come out on top there’s a lot of
struggles and complexities and difficulties but being you can bring
that most people just don’t understand for example tell me this ever happen to
you you work so hard in the video you sacrifice sleep time with your loved one
just basically throwing yourself into this video then you upload this video
and you find out that it’s out of focus what has nasty sound or a hundred
different things that can go wrong when you upload a video this happened to you
I’m sure because it happened to me because it happened to every single
youtuber on this platform and the only difference between the youtubers who
made it and the ones who didn’t make it is the strength of mind heart let me
tell you a little story when I was a kid I was watching a basketball game
local European game and this guy was playing in this game was my hero right
this guy was a Lithuanian player his name was shirtless it’s cabbage juice
crazies name like easily to any this guy was a champion he won championships
everywhere in Europe everywhere he played the guy was crazy 40 point games
he was my idol and this game he was just horrible he was missing shut up the shut
shut but somehow it managed to be a close game so played the tank the gaming
winds down to the final minutes in the final seconds this guy has zero of nine
shots from the three-point basically shot nine times three-pointers
throughout the game and missed all of them the game winds down to the final
seconds this guy takes another three-pointer for the win and makes it
with 1 out of 10 but it took that one convinced this is gonna make the shot he
didn’t even think about those nines I missed that is the strength of mine that
I mean when you screw up on YouTube you have to forget about it you don’t have
to think about it just move on and be better in the next video the only thing
you should be focused is not how you screw up is how you can get better in
the next video don’t well don’t drag yourself down by your screw-ups
now the second thing I want to talk about is the numbers obsession the
vanity numbers that just mean diddly-squat people are obsessing about
10 subscribers 100 subscribers 2,000 10,000 subscribers like it means
something it doesn’t mean nothing the only thing you should be focused on when
you’re starting out YouTube is the quality of your video not the amount of
subscribers not even the amount of views that you got when you start obsessing
about these numbers they become the main focal point and for a lot of youtubers
these numbers views subscribers etc this becomes the whole thing not the quality
of their video my quality of your video I mean everything the sound the video
the production quality the thumbnails the tiles the SEO work everything that
has to do with that video that has to be your focus when you’re starting out
YouTube don’t even think about subscribers and views
nothing there’s no different than having them or 50 or 100 or 1,000 or even
10,000 subscribers it’s all basically the same
you’re still styling out focus of making better videos in everything that the
video entails and then you’ll get the subscribers and then you’ll get the
views it has to be result of making better videos not the end game for you
guys the next issue I want to bring up is the expectation gap people start this
YouTube journey completely misguided about what the expectation versus
reality about YouTube they’re convinced that you know they’re gonna upload a
video they’re gonna go to sleep and then they’re gonna wake up the next day 1
million views we all know that that’s not how it works
the reality is you work a lot of hours to make mediocre videos it takes you six
months master through video making and then you start uploading these videos a
few months later he’s struggling to get 20 30 views most it takes you a whole
year to get like to 100 subscribers and it’s a grind and that is the reality of
starting a YouTube channel from scratch this is how your first peer is going to
look and if people don’t understand it you’re gonna crack and they’re going to
leave very very shortly because they’re not ready for the journey they’re not
ready for the grind they don’t have the strength of mind in strength of heart to
carry out this marathon that I call YouTube people have this whole sprint
mentality they’re gonna drop off very fast and if you guys want to survive you
have to prepare for a long ride with a lot of disappointments with a little
moments where you just want to quit happen to me many times but a lot of
difficult times it has to be marathon mentality you have to brace yourself for
a very very very long grind just to put yourself in the position to succeed on
YouTube and even then nothing is guaranteed
nobody promises you that you’ll ever go full-time on YouTube or make enough
money to make a living you may never actually get there and that’s why if you
don’t love making YouTube videos for the love of making YouTube videos you’re
probably not gonna make the next Shona bring up is being
different being different is being better especially on YouTube let me
prove it take a bag of rice and spill it on your kitchen counter
all of these rice beans look the same but imagine that one rice grain is
painted red it’s gonna immediately stick out in the sea of these white rice
grains that is the key to success and you have to be different and unique in
order to stand out from the crowd and be noticed because if you just be another
white rice grain nobody’s gonna notice you think about it this way all these
youtubers now are playing for tonight there is streaming for tonight whatever
they’re all playing the same game in the same manner with the same mannerisms
they’re basically carbon copies of each other you’re gonna get notice if you
don’t become an addict streamer or fortnight you have to be unique for
example let’s say you playing fortnight riding your bicycle there is on fire why
are you playing that’s unique that’s gonna get a lot of youth that’s gonna
get you notice right that is a very extreme example which I not want you to
try at home actually forbidden you from trying this at home but it goes to show
you how different and unique triggers interest don’t be like everybody else
don’t try to imitate how do you do yourself that’s the only way to see the
music the next point I wanna talk to you about is this focus youtuber is now
coming into this platform thinking okay I’m going to do blogs I’m gonna do
do-it-yourself toriel’s and the craft I’m gonna play games I’m gonna have
rants hundred different things and if you don’t have a brand that is
established right now nobody’s gonna watch you play games or you walk around
and vlog you’re not Logan Paul you know Jake Paul well I’m happy that you know I
don’t wanna be a local boy Jake pool but that’s just an example of a guy or guys
that people want to watch doom and Dane stuff because their steps brand which
would like they want to watch the grocery shopping event right you’re not
there yet so for you the strategy has to be let’s
build the brain first and then if you want to branch out to rabbit channel or
just set up second or third channel let’s do it one we have in the Spanish
brand I’ve seen channels actually carry this out very successfully for example I
know the channel that started with craft do-it-yourself crafting then once the
head of a 50,000 subscribers this does also doing vlogging on the second
channel by that time when they started vlogging they already had 50,000 people
who knew them and one do the fault of their legs that make sense I’m starting
out to dear subscribers and just flogging it’s gonna be extremely
difficult I don’t saying we can’t do it I’m just
saying it’s gonna be really really hard to build a channel this way now I
honestly hope you can play this video even more so I hope that now you
understand what it takes to become a youtuber what is the mental strength
that is required for me what is the emotional strength that is required from
you and even though that this is a serious topic hit the like button you
know so I can giggle let’s check out these videos right here if you want to
learn more about how to get more views and more subscribers we’re gonna see you
guys next time

37 thoughts on “Warning! You won’t be able to become a YouTuber (Without the right mindset)

  1. Tom Nash Post author

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  2. GoPappyGo BiteSizeTips Post author

    Doing Time, that experience is showing in your videos, thanks for sharing.

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  3. Gamium Gamers Post author

    Deserves 100 likes at least I cried after watching I liked this video from both of my accounts.

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  4. Just Technology Post author

    Congratulations on that BIG SPONSERSHIP! Ya know, It can lead to an even more Contribution in the futute, the vidcon and all that Tubebuddy community (Owen, Dee, Nick, Brian G etc)
    So happy for you!

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  5. P Smith Post author

    Awesome Advice tom Nash !
    super like #20
    keep being GREAT !

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  6. Quill & Ink History Post author

    Good video Tom! However I think you should have lowerd the volume sound a bit. It made it hard to hear what you had to say(at least thats my experience).

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  7. Brads Workbench Post author

    I think this is the best video you’ve made. Also it made me feel better about my growth. Been at it 4 months and around 400 subs with an average of 32,000 watch time minutes each month. So I guess I’m really not doing too bad

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  8. Clasher Jay Post author

    Great as usual Tom Nash.. Its easy for others to point your faults but they would crumble under your shoes.

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  9. Toys With Minnie and Boo Post author

    I never realised how much u have 2 put in to this youtube to do well it takes all my spare time up but i love it after the video is done and we get the views gonna be a long grind but here 2 stay 👍

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  10. BONGERWORLD Post author

    your background music becomes distracting.

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  11. He Goes She Goes - Travel Videos Post author

    Great video Tom! Fascinated by this idea of being different, which I've heard from other YouTubers as well. There are obviously different ways of being different: e.g. the overall concept, the presentation, the content itself, etc. They can all have some uniqueness applied. Our travel channel isn't particularly unique, so we're trying to find elements within the channel that are a little different — for example, we sometimes write and include our own music. Anyway, we'd love to hear of examples of channels where someone was doing a traditional type of channel uniquely.

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  12. DarkBasement Post author

    Great video Tom, I always find what you say informative and insightful.

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  13. GYSI Post author

    Hey Tom I need your opinion.I upload gameplay videos and I don't talk.My questions is should add captions in my videos ??I mean to add what I was going to tell if I would talk in my video.

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  14. GYSI Post author

    Hey Tom I need your opinion.I upload gameplay videos and I don't talk.My questions is should add captions in my videos ??I mean to add what I was going to tell if I would talk in my video.

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  15. GYSI Post author

    Hey Tom I need your opinion.I upload gameplay videos and I don't talk.My questions is should add captions in my videos ??I mean to add what I was going to tell if I would talk in my video.

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  16. Check it Media Post author

    Tom i hope i can help you to grow your channel a bit for beeing a supporter from day 1, youtube is hard and even harder when you want to squeeze in that spot. hustle and grind like my buddy @jason whaling says. Talk soon.

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  17. Offgrid.se Post author

    Really awesome video Tom. Always working hard with my videos. Trying to follow best practice. Are having a hard time to reach the viewers I want to reach. But I'm going to struggle on and hope that I will get there. Have been on it for over 2 years and I'm not quiting. Would probably be good to upload 2 videos a week but that's not possible for me. Have a great Tuesday, Andreas from Off Grid Sweden 🇸🇪

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  18. The JoSi Show Post author

    Challenge accepted! FortNite while riding a bike xD nah I don't need another brain injury. Nice video I agree and it did take a lot of work but we are growing daily currently at 254 our goal by August was 250.. Another great tip is setting goals once you have branded the channel and set up everything, thumbnails, seo well everything you have taught me!

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  19. Aspie Answers Post author

    Great video as always. This is so true that we need to be in the right frameset and also having a branding. It's always important to be real and honest as well as also being sure to have fun along the way. Yes, not everyone will get the amount of subs etc that they're looking for yet it's how and what we do to accomplish it.

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  20. *Usha*The*Hustler* Ushàdàhusslà Post author

    Thanks for that info…
    #MuchloveBrotha

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  21. Misty Post author

    I subbed to ur channel! I hope u check out my channel and sub as well!!

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  22. CORRUPTION CZAR NETWORK Post author

    wow, great video Tom! I agreed with you" the mindset" 99% of the peoples who try to be a creator will fail, I don't care about the number yet I'M still learning also I don't care what peoples think? I'M going to make a bunch videos before I get great. also, youtube and sponsor or sponsorship are not going to invest into a channel who not for the " marathon" yes I have a unique channel, unique personality, TOM you are a smart guy I can relate with you. Tom you are going to have very successful channels, you got the "right stuff" like I said in my last videos the government profiler said this to me Mr. czar you "get it"

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  23. Scottie The Vlogger Post author

    Just to let you know I watched your video in full and liked it and now I subscribed to you

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  24. TopicRuben Post author

    Hah, Tom. You’re here somehow coming up like my conscience talking to me… since yesterday I’ve been thinking about my channel and how stuck I see it. I mean, I always try to be positive, be there for others, make comments to others, etc, but I don’t see the same thing happening to me, but as you say, maybe it’s a good thing not to worry too much about those final goals, but about the quality of my videos, however, not seeing your channel grow as you wish, is sometimes frustrating. I know you must be very busy cause have now many subscribers, but if you have a bit of it me could you please check my videos and give me any kind of tip, maybe you can shoot me on Instagram on the DM. Thanks Tom and thanks for this video

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  25. Toys With Minnie and Boo Post author

    Hi m8 just downloaded tubebuddy seem pretty good i might getthe payed vision now I will use you code 2 help supporter u 😁 in the tags there is number on them eg 1,4,17 I am guessing if it's 1, is a better tag to use is that correct

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  26. Toys With Minnie and Boo Post author

    Also it's suggested use a tag what did well for me got me 11k views for a toy called moj moj should I use that tag on all my vids even tho it's a different toy thanks Tom 😁👍

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  27. Driving Me Crazy Post author

    Fantastic talk you've given here, Tom. You really uncovered the core of why so many small YouTubers never get off the ground because of all of these false mind sets that people have coming in. I especially love your section about standing out, not being a carbon copy. The only thing I want to add or that I really want to stress and remind people comes from your first part of the video you have to focus on quality when you're being different. I think too many small channels take the idea of being different to mean they just have to be weird and not worry about content quality overall. Keep up the great work congratulations on the tube buddy sponsorship! Look forward to seeing what you continue to bring sir 🙂

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  28. Rhebhecz QB Post author

    thats right sir tom,we have different mind,so we have different ideas what kind of video we like to post,lets stay connected,thanks

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  29. X9❱ CHOCOchip Post author

    Sorry I was late and I'm talking about live…the baby is so so so cute 😍😍😍😍

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  30. Stephane Lacoste Post author

    Hi Tom, one question please : I have a certificate “YouTube Channel Growth“ but I didn't received same badge as you on your banner : “YouTube Certified“. How did you got it please ?

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  31. JIB ENTERTAINMENT Post author

    Loved this video watched to the end subbed and liked james stream

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  32. Whats in Michaels Bag. Post author

    Fab Show Tom….please tell me how you put the "Pinned" in your comments section

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  33. Mad Russian Scientist Post author

    Very encouraging info!!! I needed that!

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  34. 4-EverFamGaming Post author

    Hey Tom, the segment about the Rice on the Counter and being that one Red Piece out of 100 is so DEEP! Awesome x2 words that I think I've ever heard!!! #amazing

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  35. 4-EverFamGaming Post author

    "Just wanna point out" who in the crap-o-la gave this video a dislike… I mean 1 single person in the universe doesn't like insperational advice? so sad…… so sad. (Just my personal thoughts tho)

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