I actually watched this video log and it helped me see I’m not much of a rambler. I can talk! I’m doing these vlogs to become a better comedian. They help me create content and build my following. I feel good about this vlog even though I know they have lots of room for improvement. I need to just videotape myself doing funny stuff all the time. I’m going to be a much bigger practical joker.
Completing this video must’ve created some momentum because I recently finished my first piece of digital art in a minute (actually in a very long time), and that felt great! I got so jazzed about my making that digital art project that I thought “How can I add this to my life in a productive way?” So, I’ve decided to use photoshop to start making funny images of me doing funny things.
This is just a part of the beginning stages of my transition into being a professional comedian. I’m going to create my own unique brand of comedy focused on professionalism, authenticity, and creativity. (Obviously it’s going to be funny). I’m going to be out there on the street creating content, editing, and uploading the product. Making a habit of uploading blogs, vlogs, and podcasts on my site so all of my work can be experienced by the whole world in one place. I think doing daily video logs and keeping up with putting out content helps me become a better comedian and a better overall product. And, if from time to time I do ramble or come off like a practical joker then so be it.