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On Wednesday, the YouTuber Digibro released a video discussing content production, and the need to keep making new content.
Titled “Prolific over Perfect,” Digi makes the point that creators need to finish works and reflect on them to improve. The alternative to this is spending too much time on a single work, or never even finishing it.
“You are not going to make your first thing the best thing you make,” said Digi in the video. “It isn’t going to happen.”
Digibro’s rate of production averages at least one new video daily. He has been at blogging and vlogging for around ten years, according to another video.
In my job as a newspaper reporter, his production rate is similar to my own. In fact, my editor wants each reporter aiming for two bylined stories each day.
The newspaper photographer I work with sometimes will say, “It doesn’t have to…
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