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I’ve been making Thought Monkey videos for about 2 years. At first it was an experiment. To see if people were interested in the same ideas that I was. Then as my audience began to grow and give me positive feedback, I realized that Thought Monkey had the potential to grow into something real.
But there is a problem I’ve been facing. Thought Monkey doesn’t really have a direction. It’s just a place where you can watch videos about random ass topics.
So I’ve decided to create something much more targeted and hopefully useful in addition to Thought Monkey.
I know I look young. But I’m 30 now. And as me and my friends have gotten older I’ve realized there’s an area of life in which I excel that many of them don’t. An area of life that many of my friends have recently been starting to think about. And this thing really determines a lot about a person’s opportunities in life.
Thought Monkey in a way is a channel that explores ideas and makes them simple to understand. But what it lacks is specific actions you can take to progress in your own life. And I think that’s the problem with a lot of education. It’s interesting, but doesn’t necessarily help you concretely.
So I’m creating a new channel. A channel that will hopefully provide my audience with information that could possibly change their lives.
I’m calling it: Monkey Money | Sh!t You Should Know About Investing.
Now I’m not an advocate of capitalism or the unfairness that comes with it. But I do know that in the world we live in, like it or not, money matters.
And I think it’s a great injustice that 99% of the wealth in the world is held by 1% of the population.
But there is a solution. Yeah we can invoke revolution and take down the man. Which I’m all for. But in the meantime, you can get control over your money and set yourself up for a stable and secure future through making the right choices with your money.
I want to help with this process. Because when you have enough money you can focus on what really matters. Which is creating, helping, and serving the communities that we live in.
And I know many people my age want to do what’s right for their money so they can focus more on their passions, family, and community, but they don’t really know where to start. So they do what everyone else does which is either nothing or they let someone who may or may not have their best interest in mind, do it for them, and hope that it all works out in the end.
And in both of these cases you are really setting yourself up for a less stable future.
When I go onto YouTube channels that have to do with finance, I do see a lot of great advice, but also lots of terrible advice.
So this is why I’m creating a new YouTube channel. One that focuses on getting the management of your money and investments right. The best part? It’s free and accessible to everyone who has access to the internet.
And my goal is that anyone who watches my videos will be able to understand and implement the guidance that I give.
So head over to Monkey Money, subscribe, and stay tuned.
The distribution of wealth issue is not an issue with capitalism, but a byproduct of the way things grow. It's called the pareto distribution and it can be applied from everything to plant species in forests to the mass of stars.
I don't think that there was a problem with your channel. Because you said that it didn't have a certain direction. I'm sure you're talking about branding here, that your viewers didn't increase because there was no clear message within your channel. But other channels about knowledge like Vsauce also didn't have a direction and they grew just fine. The quality of your videos was great. I think you just needed a boost, something to make more people aware of your content. Like so many other YouTubers who became widely known, this could've been a collaboration with a more popular YouTuber who has a similar viewership. Or have you tried that? I can't imagine that it didn't/wouldn't work. You surely tried posting to reddit, I guess?
I'm sure you can be successful with your new channel, although it's going to be very restrictive and you have to be very knowledgeable to stand as an authority on this subject. I'd also probably remove any mention of inequality or critique of capitalism. It sounds as if you think you have to make excuses. But it's a perfectly fine topic, anyone who didn't like finances/capitalism wouldn't watch your new channel anyway. If you believe in it, don't make excuses, just do it.
Anyway, I hope any of this didn't sound mean. I really liked your videos and I really thought I would see you have a great breakthrough. I'm dumbfounded that you don't get more views.
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