Rest is important, but so is the GRIND

​Happy Valentines day and all that jazz.

If you’re spending today with a loved one I hope you have a great time.

If you’re spending today alone – I hope you’re embracing the grind.

Because rest is important, but so is the GRIND.

Here’s the story:

3 years ago I was broke AF.

I was losing money every month and I was struggling to make this YouTube thing work.

Because I knew that failure was NOT an option – I was working CONSTANTLY.

I tried as many things as I could…

  • Daily livestreams
  • Daily videos
  • Different games
  • Different types of content
  • Different revenue streams

​I embraced the GRIND and “rest” was a luxury I couldn’t afford.

But things are different now:

I KNOW what works.

I’m MAKING money every month instead of LOSING it.

And I’m pretty comfortable.

Now I think *rest* is VERY important…

Especially with all the talk about YouTuber burnout etc.

So I was going to write an email about why it’s necessary to rest, bla bla bla.

But I realised something interesting when I thought about my own journey:

When you’re starting out on YouTube, the momentous grind is usually necessary.

Because you need to figure out:

  • What KIND of content you need to make…
  • How to make GOOD content…
  • How to get people to watch your videos…

And much more.

You also need to PRACTICE to actually get good at making videos.

It doesn’t happen overnight and most people’s first videos are TRASH.

(please don’t watch my old videos)

However, you can cut that grind down drastically if you follow a proven strategy…

But, you STILL have to put the work in and PRACTICE daily if you want to be successful ASAP.

My course will give you the step-by-step proven strategy you need to answer all 3 points above and MUCH more.

Learn more here:

Jay Cartere

Jay Cartere

I’m Jay Cartere - a YouTube certified marketer, entrepreneur and author who teaches frustrated gamers how to grow on YouTube and turn their passions into a business. I went from poor AF to full-time online creator. Now I wake up and do what I love every day - and I want to help you do the same. When I’m not working I like to chill out with a good podcast, a good book or a good album.