Loved that podcast. I loved the idea of encapsulating perspectives in small ways. I have done home family videos way before Youtube was even created and it's interesting to see myself in development. There really is no "It" success moment. It's more like, "I have this tool. What new good can I do and create with it?" It's all about enjoying the journey. It's a community building tool for what we value and the coolest part is that people come to your channel. The people that value it, FIND IT. Proximity is no longer a huge obstacle.
Youtube to me is a chance to ignite curiosity in myself about anything and to always learn every day. I watch vlogs, educational videos, BookTube videos, comedy, sketches, gaming, music, a cappella vidoes, and much more. It's collaborating and sharing and creating value and seeing other people curious and even documenting my growth as a human being. It's exhaustingly fascinating. Curiosity, compassion, and commitment in building communities with similar values.
DFTHF (Don't Forget to Have Fun)!