I have thought about it, at length, Steve. I can see what their main motivation is. While on the surface we can say it’s to help others, or assume they like helping, they all ask for you to click the subscribe button/buy their book, or but this or that, they happen to promote.
I realize it is my opinion as to what motivates many YouTube creators. But the fact remains that people who are doing it, are not making the money they want to make. Luke was used as an example of a good, successful window cleaner. True, he has success, runs a nice channel, but even he isn’t making the money in business he wants to make. It wasn’t that long ago he was asking for ideas on how to make more, on his channel.
The people with the most success growing their business, are NOT on forums, social media, or YouTube telling guys how to start and grow a business. They aren’t talking technique either. They are busy making their business accomplish the goals they desire, and living life how they desire to live life. They don’t waste precious time doing things that don’t fulfill their desires. Most of us MISS that little factoid. Time is a limited commodity, and when you waste it doing things that don’t work toward your goals, you don’t actually work on your goals.
Most may not agree with me, but then those not agreeing are not suiting on a pile of reoccurring income, living life doing only the things they want to do either.