Everyone reading this should know by now that I make lists to help me be at least somewhat productive with my time. Initially I feel great when I cross a few things off the list and see that the number of yet-to-dos is getting smaller. Then there is inevitably a point where I begin to add things to the bottom as fast or faster than I am crossing items off at the top.
Not all of the things I add to the bottom are all that important in the grand scheme of things, but they allow me an opportunity for a mental or physical break from what I really should be concentrating on. Today I will provide an example of that.
Somewhere floating in the middle of my current list has been a generic task that simply asks that I do some work on the websites that I have control of. There could be a completely separate list of simply the things I am behind on doing with just this site. Though I had put much thought into it for a while, making more videos would really belong near the top of that one.
So that started me thinking again of the things that I would like to make videos about like beer styles, proper glassware, buying beer, storing beer, and just tasting beer in general. Then I started to think about the format of the videos. How serious should I be? How long should the videos be? Where should I shoot the videos? How often should I do them?
That then lead me to looking at beer related videos like this one . . . .
Now I am looking for a little feedback.
What did you like about it and what did not work so well? Was the length about right? Was the mood and presentation style to your liking? I think that format is fairly close to what might work well for me, but I am not sure. Any input would be appreciated.