Storyteller Evelyn Ngugi, aka Evelyn From The Internets, and I spoke at her co-working space in Austin, Texas. Evelyn is a writer, speaker, performer and humorist with 10 years of videos she's shared on her YouTube channel, garnering more than 13 million views and 200K subscribers (Beyoncé is a fan!). We talked about the pros and cons of sharing your work online, how to separate yourself from your work, how learning new skills is a good way to combat inevitable self-doubt, and how we're comforted to know that all creatives grapple with similar questions.
This week the ladies chat with YouTuber, Evelyn Ngugi. Better known as Evelyn From the Internets. She has more than 150,000 subscribers to her channel, where she uploads entertaining storytelling videos about daily occurrences in her life, personal thoughts and musings, and much more. The ladies discuss everything from that time Beyoncé played one of her videos on the Formation World Tour (SERIOUSLY) to what it's like to see YouTube change from a world of cat videos to a full-fledged career option. Bonus: we get to hear about her participation (1 of 27 YouTubers in the world) in the #CreatorsforChange program. Enjoy and subscribe!
In this episode of Creator Chat, Hank talks with vlogger, thinker, and digital story teller Evelyn Ngugi - better known as Evelyn From the Internets. Evelyn has a remarkably broad range, making non-fiction journalism, funny and poignant blogs, all while working a day job in social media and social video marketing. Evelyn talks about shifting from journalism to video, what she wants to do more of, why she makes online video, talking hard topics, and going viral on Facebook.
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