The Inforium
The Inforium
Thomas Frank and Martin Boehme
An Interview with YouTuber Sara Dietschy (Ep. 222)
1 hour 10 minutes Posted Jul 30, 2018 at 4:00 am.
Being a part of the Adobe Creative Residency program
Don't strive for the bare minimum
Being independent and making a career out of YouTube
Sponsor: Setapp (Suite of Mac apps)
Don't stress yourself by trying to do too many things
Sustaining the YouTube career as a full-time job
Reaching out and forming relationships
Finding your creative niche
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Show notes
Taking a bit of a break from the norm, here's part two of a conversation between Thomas and fellow YouTuber and podcaster Sara Dietschy.
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Things mentioned in this episode:
Sara Dietschy on YouTube
The Creative Exchange on YouTube
The Creative Exchange on Apple Podcasts
The Creative Exchange on Google Play
The Creative Exchange on Spotify
CaseyNeistat on YouTube
Adobe Creative Residency program
Becky Simpson
Gary Vaynerchuk
CGP Grey on YouTube
Nerdwriter1 on YouTube
Peter McKinnon on YouTube
yungtown on YouTube
John Hill on YouTube
Emma Chamberlain on YouTube
David Dobrik on YouTube
Liza Koshy on YouTube
Tim Ferriss
TierZoo on YouTube
Primitive Technology on YouTube
Steve Carell on Wikipedia
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