Over the last couple of weeks I've talked about some changes happening in my life and with Rhetorical Entertainment. If you've been following along, you'll notice a new Store page where you can hire me for Voice Over services, a link to my storefront on Teespring and PayPal Subscription buttons so that you can support me here instead of Patreon if you wish. You'll also likely have noticed that I updated my avatar (which is still evolving) and the way I live stream.
One change I talked about briefly on last week's show was the fact that my wife started a new job yesterday. This means that my schedule is going to be changing a little bit. I'm going to be live streaming the weekly show more often on Saturday mornings on YouTube and Twitch, then syndicating it to Minds and Vidme. The reason for this is to be able to do better research, spend time with my family when they're here and still bring you weekly content. That does mean that I will likely not be spending as much time on camera, but I hope the quality of the content will improve in other ways to make up for that.
I'm not 100% certain what the future will hold for these columns, but I'm going to try to keep them up.
It's important to adapt to changes, both good and bad, in a way that maintains a healthy work/life balance. Because of my wife's schedule changing, my increased workload at my day job and my daughter growing every day, I needed to make these changes.
I love what I do here, and I want to keep doing it, but I'm not going to sacrifice time with my family for that. My current job has allowed me to be present for a lot of the biggest moments with my daughter this year, but only because I made it and my family priorities over Rhetorical Entertainment.
I still want to keep growing this site and the video content. I'd love, some day, to be able to build a studio, expand the site and hire staff. That's why I'm making the changes I'm making. I could just shut everything down, work my 9-5 (ish) and call it a day, but I want to keep building this for myself, my family and for you.
I might not deserve your support right now (that's for you to decide), but I hope to some day. Which is why I am constantly adapting in ways that will hopefully earn your subscriptions, teeshirt purchases and even financial contributions if you so desire.
If I never make a single dollar from this, I'm still going to keep making the best content I can, because I want to do my part to hopefully make the world a better place.
If you like what I do and want to help me grow, please give me feedback and share my articles and videos on social media. I'd also appreciate any support you can give on through subscriptions or tips on PayPal or you can make your next Amazon purchase through one of the handy referral links on this site.
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