How to be successful on youtube

How to be successful on youtube
3 things I’ve learned so far about: How to be successful on youtube.

1. It takes time before anyone will see what you are doing
2. You have to make many videos
3. You really have to love what you do

I’m at the beginning of my youtube trip. Has 6 subscribers and between 0 and one person watching my videos the first 24 hours. WOW !!!

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This is in mid-April 2017.

Reflexes over number 1.

It will take time before anyone will see what you do.

I have received my first two comments.
This after I reboot with making videos on a regular basis.

Since March 26, 2017 I have made 11 videos. It is not much. So in one and a half months I’ve succeeded with 11 videos. An subscriber, 4 like selections, 2 comments as I said and about 270 visitors on my channel.

A famous YouTube profile said that the first 100 days put your youtube channel and it’s only after youtube sees you’re committed to making videos. So my first goal is to see what happens after 100 days. From 26 March to 2 July 2017, it is 100 days.
So time can show where I am then …

Reflections on number 2

You have to make many videos.

Hmmm How many then ??? Many. According to the new youtube algorithm, do something on your channel every day. In my case, I do one to three videos a week and I understand that this is too little. So if you’re committed for the first 100 days, you should preferably make 100 videos. It means 365 videos per year. That’s what I mean with many videos. In my case, not realistic. I secure my ambitions and focus on item number 3 in this video.

Reflections on number 3

You really have to love what you do.
My journey is about to begin and I’m struggling to find my way of expressing my video channel. There are lots of technical challenges to overcome.

Fortunately, there is everything to watch videos. Much investigation of how to do all sorts of things and this really develops my life. It’s fun, frustrating and sometimes even “I give up” … It’s too advanced for my reality.

I love what I do and when I get back to the right choir again. Then I do not see all the impossible phenomena with a channel.
I just feel: So what!
I’m just driving on to the unknown ….

Make this video without having the credibility, because I do not have almost anyone watching what I’m doing. This video is created to understand what I’m getting into and you who are in the beginning can understand my process.

Want to know about youtube on another level Search videos on people who have credibility. What I did to understand how youtube works ..

Life’s inspection an annual check in life

Life's inspection an annual check in lifeLife’s inspection an annual check in life. Inspect the car, usually done once a year. Check that brakes work, the lights and other things to create safety for you and other road users.

When did you check yourself last?

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I do not mean when you went to the doctor for an annual check of your physique such as blood pressure excites. What I mean is: your goals, your passion and your way of life.

If you do this also annually, your blood pressure will be better. People who follow their passion often live happier and happier people tend to live lower and healthier lives.

If you change the oil in your car annually, your car will last longer than you change every five years.

I still meet people who only meet with, career counselor, at the high school, as some kind of counselor for the rest of their lives.

You will talk to friends and family about your choices in life. But not with a professional whose passion is to guide other people to find your passion …

If you have high blood pressure or break the leg in five places. Are you probably not going to your friends and family for advice what to do. Probably you are talking about transportation to the nearest hospital.

The same applies to the car. Maybe you have a knowledgeable friend or family member who can cars, but in many families, you turn to a garage. It usually has the right tool to fix things with the car.

Same is with the hospital. It’s sterile, so do not you for bacteria in the body.

But the soul and passion with your goals in life … Then we (usually) are experts on your own.

Summer is taking place in the western world. It means vacation and schooling.

Here in Thailand, schools start next week. The industries are starting after vacancies. From mid-March to mid-May, holiday times are in Thailand.

The western world has more from June to August. Many people know that many people get sick. When the body relaxes, it’s like everything you’ve been in with stress and something coming up.

The body reacts to creating all sorts of sickly phenomena. Fever, drowsiness, generally tired. In some cases, more serious cases of myocardial infarction. I think August tops the statistics on myocardial infarction.

Holidays are connected with sun, bathing, reading Life's inspection an annual check in life(1)books, just having fun, softa … and more
Take everything I have not done. Perhaps even planning the rest of your life.

A suggestion before the summer comes. Contact a professional coach, mentor or another knowledgeable person, in your vicinity who meets, guiding people professionally.

Make a life’s survey of where you are and goals you dream about in the future. Check out this person so you’re on the right track. Most often you only need to tell an entirely different person. This allows you to make new or other decisions in life. The person you tell may not need to say anything but just listen.

That a professional can is to see the bigger perspective and step by step show how to get to your goals. This person has done this with countless people and in many different areas of life. This knowledge is usually not within your circle of friends. They are too closely related, involved and are a resource in another way in your life.

So this was my story of: Inspection of Life, an annual control of life

5 video clips about the importance of a coach. Importance of a coach:

The theme for each video is as below:

1 Why have a coach
2 Seeing you, from your world. The coach will customize for you
3 Dare interview coach. Interviewer coach you, so that you fit with each other
4 Purpose to have a coach should be clear
5 You become your own coach (not yet filmed)

Cerebral palsy bodybuilding

Cerebral palsy bodybuilding

I only have one good cerebral palsy bodybuilding story. That’s when I meet Nabil. An Egyptian bodybuilding profile.

Nabil Abdel Kader, born in Egypt, but living in Sweden. Now at the age of 80. He won a major bodybuilding competition in 1971 or 1973. Whether it was World Cup or Mr Universe, I have no idea.

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At his gym in Stockholm hung a photo with Nabil Abdel Kader where the boxer Muhammad Ali handles his biceps. At that time, echo, the quote: It’s me, Björn Borg and the Pope who is the greatest on earth, Muhammad Ali.

I’m not Christian but raised in Södertälje (Sweden) where tennis player Björn Borg grew up. And to meet Nabil where the quote from Ali, it was like became closer to my reality.

I work in Nabil’s gym thanks to my mentor Abdo. This was many years before I started training for Paralympics. Nabil told me that my biceps had a perfect shape for development in bodybuilding. Nabil seriously thought that I would work out for bodybuilding.

Every time I was in the gym he talked to others about my biceps and many times I had to tense my less handsome arms, which I thought, so people could see my biceps form.

Big muscular bodybuilding men also felt on my muscle.

It’s one in 1000 or even one in 10,000 that has a biceps like me, said Nabil. I was 16 years or 17 years old (mid 80’s) and thought this was very embarrassing. Today a funny anecdote from my teenage years.

20 years later I talk again with Nabil Abdel Kader and told me about my achievements in athletics. He still thought that I would practice bodybuilding and I was not even 40 years old. There was no bodybuilding career for me.

Nabil told him that he ate 20 raw eggs and drank 12 liters of milk a day when he competed. A diet I probably would not manage …

Abdo (Abdelrahman Elkhatib *) who took me to Nabil has made me understand how much the music means to me. My first mentor Abdo taught me the music world and its creation. Today, when I make music, Abdo is all the time with me. Nabil is one of many profiles of people I’ve met through Abdo.

This story is just one of many in my life bank … Thank you for reading here. Please leave a comment what you like about my stories …

Abdo* Abdelrahman Elkhatib (Abdo), the noted Egyptian composer, died in Cairo 9 June 2013 at the age of 91. A well-known musician and teacher in his own country. he had taught at the Cairo Conservatory and was for a time head of the Music department of the Ministry of Culture in Damascus. In 1950 he was asked to compose the music for the National Anthem of Saudi Arabia.

At the delivery of the Nobel Prize for Literature to the Egyptian author Naguib Mafouz in 1988, Abdo performed at the Nobel dinner in the City Hall of Stockholm.

Cerebral Palsy living independently part 2

Cerebral Palsy Living Independent, Part 2, Growing Up And Choice In Life

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I move from home when I start high school in another city. Maybe I was around 17 years old. So for a year, I lived on the week, 2 hours away by car, from my birth family.
Residing with a family but I had to do food, laundry and everything else you have to do when you live yourself.

My growing up was special, what I think. I have calculated that 17 people lived with us between what I was the age of 7 years to 15 years. Then I have only counted those who lived more than 6 months. For four years we had 6 Indians living at home with us. Had famous musicians living and in principle were all living artists. So maybe it’s not that strange that I’m an artist.

With all these people, different norms were created. So I have learned a lot of different systems how people can live a life. So coaching is one of my specialties.

In addition, I was always in motion and lived regularly with different types of people. I have registered at 300 addresses and my sports career meant that I was constantly in hotels and training camps in my native country, Sweden and abroad.

My first apartment was probably not until I was 24 years old. Then went to the author’s school. Before I was 2 years old in an elite sports college. This was 1992. Did not come to Paralympics then, but only 4 years later, Atlanta 1996. After that, my life begins. I had no idea how to live a life. I seriously thought that anyone who did not train to the Olympics had a meaningless life.

1996 after Paralympic, my company started to work seriously. I speak to people. They told me you are not wise believing you can feed yourself to talk, but they were wrong. The public speaking industry is now (2017) one of the largest businesses in Sweden, not knowing much about other countries. But in 1992, when I opened my company, there were few who lived in public speaking.

The public speaking profession is a lonely job, just like pianists or other around traveling professions. You have your show and you will end up alone in a hotel room somewhere. Many times, you do not know the city you are in. My relationships with women were not my best subject. I was so busy by my athletes and I did not see all the women who fell in front of my legs, literally.

Familj Barbro Gai Mooki Polly

My present wife, Gai and her two daughters. With Barbro my first wife who was visiting a number of years ago

Beginning in the 2000s, I realized that I should engage more in this subject and soon after I meet my first wife. Had lots of strange untouched relationships before, but with her life became more stable. We were both public speakers and yet we have contact regularly. My current wife calls her big sister. Without my first wife, I had been a lost soul on the planet Earth. 2009, when I moved to Thailand, we divorced. I needed to take care of my cramps and pain in the body in the heat and in her life, there were grandchildren and other things that made her stay in Sweden. I do not have my own children, but both wives, or how to express myself, have grandchildren.

This story of my life is not especially about Cerebral Palsy living independently, but more about how a life can look, but I have a CP injury. I want to highlight that I lived a fairly common life from the perspective of life issues everyone poses.
How to move from home the first time by yourself, school, profession, get family and more. Of course, I’m a bit extreme, professional career.
My first job was elite athletics, world record holder in the long jump, for my injury class. Then public speaking, coach and now artist musician.
Has also worked with other things, for example, a research assistant for a number of years on the subject Cerebral Palsy.
Atlantsegling Mikael 1988I only meet one person who sailed across the Atlantic since I did it in 1988 and I meet a lot of people.

Most people do not move to another continent or another country. I know no CP-injured who have moved permanently from Europe to Asia, but there are surely more than me who changed continent. I can say that it’s a big change that takes many years. Since I moved 2009, to Thailand, my life is totally different. I am much happier and live my passion, in a different way than I could ever have done in Europe.