I’m not sure what the issue is, but after more than seven months of posting a new video every week, my motivation to keep posting seems to have fallen off a bit.
I did manage to post three new videos in October, but so far in November, I have yet to post a single video.
It’s not that I don’t have tons of topics to post about. I have literally dozens of topics waiting in line to have videos made about them.
It’s not that I’m demotivated by lack of user responsiveness. As of this writing, my leaf-raking video has 2,552,592 views, and my channel has had more than 857,000 views in the last 28 days. There are now more than 8,000 subscribers to my channel, for which I am extremely grateful, and I am still getting comments on the videos every day.
Perhaps the issue is that with more and more subscribers to the channel, I am feeling more of an obligation to give all of them (you) a higher quality content. I don’t think I’ve been putting out dreck in any of my other videos, but with so many people offering me their support by subscribing to the channel, I feel that if I don’t give them … YOU all my very best effort, then I will somehow be betraying a trust.
And I don’t want to do that.
So what’s happening in my mind right now is not only putting together the topics I want to put up on the David’s Tutorials channel, there is also the method of putting them together, the way I can make each of these videos more fun to watch, more insightful for you, more applicable to the most people, and more impactful on your lives.
I get the feeling that once the “dam breaks” and I get rolling on producing videos again, there will be a surge of new videos, and hopefully, they will all be better than the previous ones.
Thank you all for your wonderful support, meaning for watching these videos and leaving comments and sharing them with others. I will do my best to make it well worth your time.
Take care, all.