For most out there, YouTube is a way to watch videos about random things great, but are you making use of your time watching those silly cat videos? I’ve been a member of YouTube Premium for some time now, not just to avoid the adverts, but to enhance my knowledge and learn something new every day.
YouTube is an American online video-sharing platform headquartered in San Bruno, California. The service, created in February 2005 by three former PayPal employees-Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim—was bought by Google in November 2006 for US$1.65 billion and now operates as one of the company’s subsidiaries. YouTube is the second most-visited website after Google Search, according to Alexa Internet rankings. – Wikipedia
The video-sharing platform has been gateway access for highly knowledgeable people such as Gary Vee, Tom Bilyeu, Grant Cardone and many more. They have taken time out to deliver hours of great content. It’s kind of shocking to see the number of views they get, not because it’s in the millions, but more so that my belief is many can learn a thing or two by exchanging the TV binge with an hour a day of learning.
My education was very brief. However, I believe in what I learnt, and I’ve learned more from some great educators online than I did from my teachers. In addition, the service provides an education hub that most haven’t accessed, from how the economy works to having a healthier belief in life.
For as little as £11.99 (No, I don’t get a commission), you can have all your videos on the go, and my library history is stacked with many wonders I never had access to in my days. I take time, sometimes hours, to learn something from these videos, and I highly recommend taking a browse on YouTube, going past the fluff and accessing an excellent data pool of knowledge.
Here are some recommended videos for you to watch: