[Insider 32] PostScript with Sandi Hester

how should i get into youtube?

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πŸ‘‹πŸΌ Hello, Insider!

(and everyone getting a free preview!)

In this Sunday edition, the PostScript with Sandi Hester as a 32-minute audiogram, and the winners of this week’s SneakyArt giveaway!

Working in a visual medium, I am aware of the enormous value of having a great YouTube channel. But recording myself on camera makes me cringe.

  • How could I make a YT channel work for me - i.e. bring in new audiences and improve my work - without getting aggravated at the same time?

  • How could I make it sustainable - say, a weekly video? - without disrupting the rest of my workflow?

These are the questions I had for Sandi Hester in this PostScript segment.

You will like this conversation if -

πŸ™‡β€β™€οΈ you have self-doubt about sharing your work with an unknown audience
πŸ“Ή you have considered entering YouTube but are intimidated by the magnitude of the task
πŸŽ™ you enjoyed episodes 38 and 39!


A PostScript conversation occurs after the main conversation has been recorded for the SneakyArt Podcast. In several past recordings, the guest and I would continue to speak for many minutes. This part was like a long goodbye β€” with no agenda except to tie off loose ends and bring up last-minute thoughts.

I began to record these sessions - after taking the permission of the guest - with the specific intent of creating a reward for SneakyArt Insiders, the wonderful listeners and readers who commit to supporting my independent work.

This is the first time I am sharing a PostScript as a video. I figured this would be the best way to package the audio and the transcript. I hope you enjoy listening to it this way.

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Here are the portraits we made of each other while chatting!

🎁 Giveaway #2 Results

I am happy to announce TWO winners for the giveaway this week - Anne Kay and Lisa.

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