This week we posted 6 videos. 3 Related to the New Era Policy and 3 for the Book Clubs. And by the way, for the people asking what software we use for our content, I have used both Kdenlive and Adobe Premiere Pro to edit all the videos. The first runs on Linux and the second runs on Windows, and it would be nice if you have a high-end processor and even better if you add a nice graphics card to that setup. All these in order to optimize the overall usability and rendering times. They are not very difficult to work on, but you probably might want to watch a Tutorial before jumping into any of them.
Very very few people are watching our videos. It is pretty much safe to say we will NOT be able to monetize from YouTube in the short term. But that’s ok. Some good results happened because of all those videos, so it may not be a wasted effort at the end. New connections, more visibility, and a clearer plan for LiftPort future. And personally, I have learned a new skill that may useful, as I said before.
Michael has been very busy dealing with both personal and business stuff to the point that some documents and tasks he is supposed to do are long overdue, but to be fair he has worked a lot with no rest and still wasn’t able to complete the 100% of the workload. I don’t blame him because there are things that are out of control that can affect us deeply. Just like the pandemic we are trying to survive. But he is trying hard to overcome the difficulties and somehow remains optimistic. It looks to me that no matter what, he thinks there is no other option but to lead LiftPort to success. I really wish I can find a project that motivates me to that extent, just like him.
We have very important events and business proposals coming the next weeks. We will be very busy but I’m glad we’re actively working to improve our situation sooner rather than later.