Make it fast. Show every single step. Explain it in the most concise way I possibly could. Demystify the process.
I’m a firm believer in letting your work speak for itself, and in trying to be the most helpful person in the room.
a close knit community of dedicated supporters is worth the risk of a gut punch from a stranger.
Both Tim Ferriss and Merlin Mann (podcasters that I enjoy) talk about the cost of task switching and how it affects productivity.
My purpose for ILTMS in it's shortest form: I want to remove all barriers to entry so people are inspired to make the things that they want to have. To remind them that they are capable of more than they think.
The reason I make those videos and leave in my mistakes is to be honest. I'm not a professional. I'm a student. Part of learning is breaking things badly enough that you remember to do it differently next time. The issue of responsibility comes into play here in regards to my content staying online indefinitely.