Setting myself up for success and consistency as a daily vlogger

An important thing that I realised is to not only have backup for what you’re doing, so you don’t miss a beat and you don’t miss that consistency with your vlogging or the content that you’re putting out. But to also have worked in a little bit of breathing room in your content so that when the system does go down, when it does crash, because it will crash, you’ve got a redundancy there so you can still be putting stuff out to give you coverage for a couple of days. Also as well as having some backup equipment would be nice, when I get a new phone, I’ll obviously try and keep this phone charged up, keep it on me, so that anything goes wrong I always have a backup.

Fork In The Road – A Midlife Career Pivot Experiment

Midlife career pivoter Andy Marshall subjects himself to weekly, strategies, tips and hacks from self-help podcasters in a real time experiment to discover his ‘what the hell do I do next?

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Podcast https://anchor.fm/andycmarshall

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