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Mi 10 Lite 5G - Review , Unboxing And First Look

the mi 10 lite is one of the most underrated phones for 2020. Mi 10 Lite 5G - Review and Unboxing
why did I say so finding out more inside and by the way I'm using the meteor light right now to take this video hi I'm mitch002of Xiaomi review join me as I explore the v10 live 5gso guys before we proceed with our review let me thank banggood for sponsoring this phone for everything gadget that you need go and check out a good downloadable from your google play store or your apple app store check them out banggood.comi's been using this phone for quite a month already and I'm impressed with its specs it's performance right now I'll be giving you five reasons why you should consider this phone as your next daily driver there's not a lot of Xiaomi phones that supports 5g in a global version cup it off the mi 10 pros the mi10 and nothing else this one the mi 10knight 5g is one of the cheapest Xiaomi. 
that has the 5g connection and it's global ready it has n1 …

How to succes on youtube (Part - 2)

 How to succes on youtube ? 

My tip would be, and this is tough for me, too, so I'll just put it out there. Don't be afraid to get vulnerable, which automatically what you're doing is pretty vulnerable. But I think you have to be really true about what you're feeling and not every day is going to be a great day. And you're going to know that. It's so hard to look at the camera and not be negative, I think. I think we all want to be really positive, but your, I think that your journey's going to be more impactful for someone if they really know what they're signing up for. 


If they're maybe followin' in your footsteps. And to hear you go, like, I just want a piece of freaking cake so bad. (laughs) I think being that transparent is what gets people hooked, and I would say don't be afraid of that vulnerability. - Cool. J Green writing in. How do you decide what videos to make? - So a lot of it, I have the fortunate luxury of having a community that tells me. (laughs) You know, they will just tell me all the time what they want. But what's my promise? That's to make sure that somebody learns something from me and has a good time and can take action on making a change in their life. That's the promise that I've made. So any video that I want to make in that regard falls into that category. But at the same time, I'm a specialist when it comes to online communication, so it's going to be toward that area. And then you can actually read in my book about how I bucket content. So what are the different categories that I want to play in and then when I come up with a topic idea, it goes into a category, which lands in a place on the editorial calendar. 


And everything really like plans itself out. Instead of the run and gun, like, oh, I'm going to do this video now. I'm going to do that video now. That can start to get a little exhausting for people, and you won't maybe stick with it. So I do believe in the editorial calendar and setting up for success. And those are sort of the, I plan my buckets. And I put content in those buckets. It's all about, you know, bettering your life, time management, social media, video, and how can I help you do that right now? Cause that's what I specialize in. Go for it. So that's how I come up with what to talk about, and you'll often find when you do one video, what happens in the comments is they'll say another question or they'll say, wouldn't it be cool if she did a video on this? And it's just like, write that down. Even if you're not ready for it, or if it's down the road or it's not quite a fit, just write it down. 


Because having that feedback is so huge. It is such a blessing that someone's telling you what to do because they're saying we will watch that. That's big. So really leverage any opportunity to ask. I always say when you don't have a network yet. Let's say you're starting with zero. Go ask the people you know what's the first question you think of, or what's your frequently asked question about what you do really well? Or see if they even know how to articulate what you do. When you ask people that, they will tell you what they're thinking, and usually, that's what they're popping into Google if that's ever an issue in their life. And that's a good place to be when you're making content. What are people Googling that you know how to answer? That's content. - I like it. Impractical Jokers Full Punishments is asking about basically, how to use Facebook to drive more YouTube views. Do I upload the video to Facebook? Is it just linking it to Facebook and it hopefully goes to YouTube? Is it doing short clips? How do you use Facebook to drive more YouTube views? - So I've done a number of different things for myself for clients, and there's something powerful in being able to upload native video because Facebook loves native video right now. So meaning, I'm going to upload this clip to Facebook, not to YouTube, but to Facebook. 


I don't like to upload an entire video to Facebook unless it's been on YouTube for a certain amount of time cause that's where I choose to put my momentum. If you would prefer to grow your Facebook platform, then, go hard there and upload. But I also would say that you could do something a little different and this is really powerful right now because of how much Facebook loves live video. Going live on Facebook and saying, or while you're uploading and saying, you know, answering questions and saying, I just posted a video on YouTube and it's about this. Do you guys have questions about this? Or what do you guys think about it? Or have you had any experience with this? And having a real conversation with people in Facebook. All the while, your YouTube link is in the caption of that livestream, so that you get a lot of momentum on that post with the live video on Facebook. That's probably going to be with engagement, it could be on the feed for 24 hours depending on how things go. You've got that YouTube link sitting there, and you can get some traffic over. I feel that's the best way to get those links clicked over from Facebook right now because of how much Facebook likes live. 


But I also love to just post my thumbnail, and I will put the YouTube link in a picture of a thumbnail because a photo is still technically a native upload to Facebook. So that still works for me sometimes. Throughout the month of documenting the launch of the book though, we did upload the full episodes of the videos 24 to 48 hours after it was on YouTube because there was just so much content to work with, and we were moving and shaking a lot. So it's the kind of video that can pull someone in on the newsfeed. That that helped as well. But that wasn't so much for a YouTube view. It was just awareness of the book. So think about what the main goals are, and then, think about, okay well, what's the, if the main goal is to get attention on this book, then we're just going to do whatever it takes. If it's for the YouTube view, how do you make sure that it gets there efficiently? - I like it. 


Hod92, any hints on how to find the message you want to deliver in your videos, Amy? - I think you will get a huge hint if you know who you're talking to very specifically. And knowing who your avatar is, what they do, what their life is like, and what keeps them up at night. That's going to help shape your message. I think you know what you do well. And then knowing the person that you're doing this for well is going to help you figure out exactly what your thing is. So I'll give you an example of my channel. When I first started, I needed a platform to become a professional in my industry. And at the time, the customers that I was working with were small businesses in 2010 and 2011 that wanted nothing to do with social media. They were told they needed a Facebook page. They certainly weren't ready for video yet, but what do we do with this Facebook situation? They needed to learn that. They didn't have a budget for it, and they just needed to do it on their own. What I needed to do to show up and be now considered one of the top leaders in the space was make it fun for them because they were doing all this research, and it was a nightmare and they weren't excited. 


And I just said, I'm going to teach you how to use that Facebook page, but you're going to have fun while you're learning it from me. So that was really that, the first thing that happened for me, so I knew I knew how to manage a Facebook page. So I'll teach you how. But I also know who you are. You're a business owner. Maybe you've got a brick and mortar. This is a total nightmare that someone's being told there's a new marketing platform you need to use and you need to use it now. So let's have fun in this process. I'm going to make my video short because I know you don't have time, and every single one is going to have a tactic for you to take forward. All of those things came together as the message of the channel. And then, you're really getting focused around who they are, which is the most important thing. But also, what you're best at. I think people start to get in trouble when they go, oh, that sounds good, but they're not the expert on that thing, or they're not quite as experienced on that thing, but they still try to make a video on it. 


You want to make sure someone feels the impact and gets the results from you every single time. So stay focused on what you're good at. But really understand where they're coming from. - I like it. Now, tying into the last question about having fun and that being your angle. Onassis is writing in. Should I present myself as a friendly guy or professional guy? - I think it should be both because I think we've learned in social media that people want to do business with a person. As fluffy as that sounds, right. You know, we see fewer logos these days and more faces, and I think that's super important. So you should be friendly because nobody wants to work with someone that's not friendly. But you can be professional and friendly as well. And you can be professional and friendly and stand up for what you believe in as well. And so, I think all of the above. - I agree 100%. Can we focus on two subjects on our channel, and how can we do that? - Usually, when this question pops up, I feel like it's because someone's like, do I just come up with a second channel, or should we kind of exert energy in two places? And I feel these days in YouTube it's so much easier to have different kinds of content on one channel because of the way that it works. That being said, the only reason why two subjects would be on one channel is if they serve the same people. 


So if you want to make those two subjects your, sort of, brand, and maybe they sound eclectic together. That could be the case. And you're like, who is doing something like this? Well, if you're the first, awesome, but make it work because it's for the one person that's going to find it. And they're going to love it. But if you're like, we're going to talk about dog supplies, and we're going to talk about buying paper. If those two things are not for the same person, then maybe they shouldn't be on the same channel. I think that's how you determine that. - I like it. That's a really good distinction. Leroy, how are you able to get out of your own way in taking that first step in your business? - Well, I think I was fortunate that people were coming to me and wanted advice while I had a full-time job. And a lot of people think that it's like when you make the jump into entrepreneurship, it's big and scary. It certainly is, but I did a lot of work leading up to that big, scary decision even though it was still big and scary at that time. In order to get out of my own way, I think I had to do the work and prove to myself that I could actually execute on what I was selling and not just say like, I'm going to start a business and think that everyone was coming my way. So I actually did a lot of client work as what we're calling these days a side hustle. 


At the time, it was just like, what I did at night, the passion project. But I did that for about a year and a half before I finally made the leap to leaving my job. And I took a long time to be like, oh, my god, I think I'm going to leave my job. This is so crazy, but it still took me like a whole year to get to that point. The getting out of my own way happened when I just did the work, and I said, now is the time. I have measured my risk, reward, you know. I didn't have a mortgage. I didn't have any kids. And I could kind of make a big, kind of scary decision at the time, and some people don't have that luxury. I think that's what it comes down to. I got out of my own way cause I measured the risk, reward, and I did the work, and I met people. And as soon as I left that job, I had full-time work coming in as what it was freelancing really at the time. Because I'd met people. I'd told them I was going out on my own. I said, I'm available for hire. Do you know anyone that needs this? And I got out of my own way by pitching myself. And that's probably hardest for most people. Selling yourself is not something that we brush up on when we think of entrepreneurship. We just think we're going to write a bunch of blog posts and make videos and maybe business will come in. You got to sell yourself, too, and so I think that's a big obstacle a lot of people have to hit. - I love it. Amy, it's crazy how 1/2 an hour flies by when we're chatting. - [Amy] It flew by. - You're getting a ton of love. 


Thanks Evan and Amy. - Thank you. - You've helped me a lot. Great questions from everyone. Great answers. I want to put the last one on you. I want to talk about Vlog Like a Boss, and I want people to check it out. - [Amy] Yeah. - Got to VlogLikeaBoss.com or Amazon or wherever you buy books. What's something, what's an important message from Vlog Like a Boss that we haven't touched on in this chat that you think is important for people who want to have Youtube success that they should know about? - I think people try to figure out how to be creative these days in video. And like, there's going to be a clearcut answer. But the epitome of creativity is truly trying to find where you are an original. And I think I've found a couple ways that I do that, but instead of asking someone else or asking yourself how am I going to stand out? How am I going to be creative? I think you have to do the work because that is going to show up for you. 


You're going to come up with the craziest ideas, and video is the most fun and exciting ways to kind of bring them to life and have people discover you. And that's the scariest thing about the fact that you're doing this is not only are you so bold as to make video, but you're bold enough to be creative. But that creativity is going to take you places that you've never been before. So as cut and dry and as black and white as you might want it to be. Here are all the steps, and I give you a lot of freakin' steps in this book. You're also just going to find like, how did you even come up with that idea? It's just going to happen for you, and when you feel that moment of if someone made this and it wasn't me, and it wasn't my company. If someone made this, I would even share it with my community. That's how you know you have something good. Something so shareable, you would share it with your friends and family. That's how you know you're on to something good. And that's how you know you're creative. 


And to go after that idea and allow yourself to stand out. We're going to stumble. We're going to think things are cool that aren't always cool. But your creativity is going to come out so hard when you use this medium, and I hope you'll fully embrace it. - I love it. Boom. Nice, final message. - [Amy] Thank you. - Thank you guys so much for watching, for asking all those great questions. I encourage you to go check out VlogLikeaBoss.com on Amazon or wherever you go buy your books. - [Amy] Yay. - Amy, oh, Amy's showing up books. You got to say something to show up on camera. - Oh, get the book, please. (laughs) - There it is. (laughs) There it is. Amy, thank you for your time as well. Guys, continue to believe, and we'll see you soon.


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