YouTube Is Like Playing An Role Playing Game…

​Becoming a YouTuber is like playing a Role Playing Game (RPG).

You start off at level 1 with wack gear and stats.

You don’t understand the systems and the way things work yet.

If you want to progress, you need to level up your skills.

But here’s the thing:

You can’t jump to the max level in a day.

You can’t take shortcuts.

The only way to get better is by learning the game’s systems and grinding.

Instead of fighting monsters, you upload videos.

After making a lot of videos, you naturally get better at making videos.

Instead of optimising your stats and build – you optimise your videos and learn the secrets BEHIND the YouTube curtain.


You should work towards this EVERY single day.

You don’t gain XP by sitting around THINKING and PROCRASTINATING.

You gain that sweet XP by getting down to work and DOING.

By taking ACTION.

And taking action towards your goals EVERY day is the quickest path there.

It’s like finding a group of low level mobs to farm for XP.

It’s not the sexiest route, but it is damn effective.

After a while it almost happens automatically as it becomes a habit. 

This is where it gets interesting.

This is when you’ve levelled up enough to start taking on the big juicy quests.

This is when you can think about upgrading your mediocre gear.

And using more advanced skills.

But when you start out, you just need to focus on getting good at the game.

Keep it simple. Grind like there’s no tomorrow.

But if for some reason you’d like to shorten your grind, you can get an XP pack in the form of “YouTube For Noobs”.

I condensed what I learned over my long (over 5 YEARS) grind into a video course for people starting at level 1 and you can get it right 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.