I know it’s certainly been true of my slow-growing YouTube channel. Some weeks I get several new subscribers, only to lose some a few days later. But the weeks I forget about it and only focus on the video quality or SEO, thumbnails and such, my subscribers tend to stay.
I’m pretty new to being a content creator. And although I’m not afraid of writing, I feel pretty scattered when it comes down to making clear decisions about which direction to take my new found pursuit. There are some topics I can write about because I’ve had experience with them. But sharpening the sword to carve out the best in terms of quality is a difficult new practice to master.
I’d love to hear your experience. Does it get easier to hone our work for quality?
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I began writing songs based on scripture from the Bible back in the 70s. I was in a church in those days that didn’t sing hymns, so the Bible seemed like a reasonable source for the right words to sing our declaration of faith. Little did I know that 40 years later, they would continue to lift up people, starting with me, to keep looking to God as life takes us through its seasons.