In this video though, I tried out a new technique that I’ve been looking forward to using. I actually interviewed myself, just letting the camera roll and I’m extremely pleased with the amount and quality of content that was produced.

I filmed this on a green screen so I can insert different backgrounds for the different segments instead of changing a shirt for every take like most people do. 

Is content more effective when it's created on a schedule or when it's a product of inspiration?


I've always been a little envious of the creators who are able to map out their content a month in advance and automate their content creation.

On the other hand, I do prefer to create through inspiration. I've always felt like it's the best way to create something that genuinely resonates as opposed to just ticking the box of sending out another post.

And even though I'm hesitant to automate my content I do tend to cultivate ideas days in advanced and most of my dialogue is scripted.

In this video though, I tried out a new technique that I've been looking forward to using. I actually interviewed myself, just letting the camera roll and I'm extremely pleased with the amount and quality of content that was produced.

I filmed this on a green screen so I can insert different backgrounds for the different segments instead of changing a shirt for every take like most people do. 😂

Let me know what you think of this style of content and also let me know if you really thought that I owned the bust and the dusty old rug in this picture!