Burnt OUT YouTubers

Publicat pe 22 ian. 2019
here's the article; www.thisisinsider.com/youtube-burnout-alishamarie-pewdiepie-casey-neistat-describe-pressures-of-the-industry-2019-1
MUSIC by Jeff kaale : soundcloud.com/jeff-kaale/sets/pollen-w-pryces

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  • @caseyneistat wanted to say sir that you are one heck of a amazing person thank you so much for putting such amazing content, hope all is well for sir wishing u the best man

  • No one reads the new comments, but videos like this one make me think about my first 100 subscribes that someday i will have after all the work done for each video I've made. Casey thanks for being yourself and deciding to begin your adventure a long time ago 👍🏆.

  • you are right Casey, you yourself peaked with your youtube videos. I find myself watching your early ones instead of your new ones over the last year.

  • Casey is the man! He always inspires me. He always push me to my limits. And yes im now starting my new youtube channel. Follow me for my developments, your suppoert is much appreciated😇

  • 11:40 of wgaf

  • Casey went from 200k subs to 10m... Lol I just want 200k subs not 10m .

  • Pewdiepie has 98 million now LOL

  • Who's here after pewds 100 million? Ps. He's at 98m right now.

  • Work life balance. Excellent. Keep it strong. 🙏🏿

  • WHat is a shame is that people with actual talent don't get anywhere near the recognition, views or followers as idiots who just have extrovert characters and are loud. This I think as usual is an American driven thing. Take everything down to it's lowest to make the most money. There are some supremely talented people out there in all walks of life.

  • And what are you mother fucker burnt out motorcyclists and burnt out youtuber

  • He's right about quality not being valued on RO-tv. It proves the comment section is so important as its where the fakers and posers (poseurs?) should be called out. Too many viewers start to believe the vloggers are their friends. NO. Call the shitty ones out on their shit. This is the first Niestat video I've ever watched.

  • It’s because they put quality over quantity!

  • Great video..: but I’m still ready to have those problems some day

  • burnout 3 is the best burnout in the series

  • the only time success comes before work is in the dictionary

  • Its even worse if you cant get success like me

  • I need some opportunities, Casey.

  • Dude family is it

  • Anyone know why/when did he stoped taping over the Canadian Goose logo on his jacket?

  • You hit the sensitive button! Love always Cx

  • Hit the **brakes... smh insider

  • i think Casey Neistat, and all others like him, are a sad indictment on modern human society. millions of followers on videos about basically nothing, of no relevance..and yet in this very video, he is banging on about creating with longevity.. its quite laughable really. his, and pewdiepie and all that other trash is disposable nonsense... it is truly meaningless.

  • WTF! So over pampered kids whining about becoming millionaires doing videos... STOP IT! If you don't like your job then do as everyone els, quit!

  • Masterfully Presented Sir!

  • This was so motivational, that's Casey.

  • Realizing that T-series are at 99,100,000. 900,000 more it’s over.

  • On the "first-world problems" part. It's very real to openly tell people about the struggle, that grind and long hours put in to attain the success. Casey wraps it up very well about how he worked to be where he is. Reading The Richest Man In Babylon- George S. Clason one part it's written "attract good luck to oneself, it is necessary to take advantage of opportunities." Liked this one a lot

  • Tough gig bro

  • when you make a living creating videos on youtube... don't complain! Your job could be working your ass off in the coal mines. Bunch of whiners

  • What if you don't want to be successful on RO-tv and don't put in the work?

  • Nigga you a burnt out RO-tvrt, never disrespect pewdipie like that

  • Thanks, Casey!.. had a really warm and transparent feeling, while watching this - inspiring to keep up the volume of work AND to be reflective/have a perspective too. Appreciate it!.. Best, Li (Heart of Infinity)

  • First time I’ve heard be wrong about a few things.....

  • I thinkYou are no longer your own boss if you the community puts pressure on you

  • Well said... I totally agree with everything

  • Casey, as a fellow content creator I fully understand where you’re going with this commentary and the under appreciated epidemic that is ‘RO-tvr burnout’. Thank you for bringing it to the attention of a much broader audience than that that the article alone could hope to have reached.

  • Casey your videos are awsome

  • Hilarious that you acknowledge how much you weren't pulling your weight 😂😂😂

  • Artists burned out, sometimes it's important to take breaks. But people don't care.

  • This video is great!! I just hit 100 subscribers on my art/crafts RO-tv channel and I would really appreciate it if you could please look at it ❤️ btw I mean you as in whoever is reading this 😉

  • I'm just getting started - Thank You for sharing.

  • Well said Casey.....Well said

  • Love these glasses!!!!!

  • But why don't they vent with people who will understand... Like other RO-tvrs... Or friends and family. The viewers want something to relate to or be entertained by.

  • 3.03 there is a game boy on left on the desk :)

  • 82 million subscribers? I have never even heard of this pewdypie dude....or the girl either

    • dbreardon well thats all ok to we all have our interests and different opinions🥰

    • @Sarah Noelle 004 Nope, never heard of either of them. I really don't watch "vlogging" type videos....well except I watch Casey albeit infrequently. I tend to watch more tutorial, maker, and review type videos on a variety of subject in which I have an interest. A lot of the "vlogger" type videos seem to be more in the mode of "reality TV" in which I have absolutely no interest. So those types of videos, including the pewdy dude and the lady just don't show up on my recommended vids. Probably wouldn't watch them anyway.

    • dbreardon are you kidding please tell me your kidding you didn’t hear about the t series and pewdiepie or alisha marie!

  • You are absolutley right Cassey. You busted your ass, and if you choose not to upload, you are truly right. People need to understand that successful youtubers need a break too, goddammit, they have family, privacy, etcetera. It's a shame that people whom know the pressure of work, duties, and stupid bosses can't appreciate and understand the notion of stop and take a breath of it. Renovate. Everybody should be allowed to do that actually. You are an example of succes, sensibility and hard work. There is a watch that I want very much because it reminds me of the that that I don't have to stay unfocused. The hour hand reads "remember", the minute hand "you will die". It reminds me of your tatoo Work harder and Do more. Thanks a lot for all your videos and talks, someday I will find my succes as a creator too.

  • I love the part where you said, "I'll probably see you tomorrow." I can totally relate to that because I'm too busy with my full time teaching job to do daily uploads. My students and family come first. And, when I'm ready to make more videos, I'll do it on my own terms. BTW, wanna come guess speak to my cinema a broadcast students? :)

  • Love your honesty sometimes you can’t image how hard it could be being on the other side!!

  • 94million

  • Bob Marley will never spiritually die

  • I put a lot of effort into my RO-tv channel and I sometimes sleep less because of it, at the moment I enjoy it but I know that it's not healthy and sooner or later I will get to the point where I don't feel like doing it and I should change the way I treat RO-tv.

  • Why u didn't scratch yr glasse

  • I dont understand the attraction of pewdepie .Most of his vids are bullshit. People are sheep and subscribe to this dude because everyone else has. I havnt.

  • Your videos have a lot more heart now. I recently resubscribed and don't mind less uploads when they seem less frantic and more of a thoughtful talk. Good job Casey

  • I've been binging on your videos lately and this was some of the most real talk I've heard in a bit. Keep crushin', man. You're inspiring those of us just getting started.

  • Lol all Alisha does is edit and go out, I still enjoy her content, making a high quality video is not hard, I did it in tech in 5th grade, it was a morning routine and I got my own lighting, camera and editited it to, it only took me 4 days and I also went to school, at the time I swam 6 days a week and played piano and did speech arts. She’s just never had the real struggle. Not saying she doesn’t struggle just not as much as others

  • I wonder how many full start to finish views this video has. Strange there is no API or something to pull that sort of info.

  • Even though it looks very messy at first that background in his studio there has a nice color scheme vibe , which has to be at least partly intentional.

  • You looked bald for half a second 1:57

  • What is the ambient noise with water sounds around 3:10 called? @CaseyNeistat

  • Was casey just about to say its 2013

  • You are just simply amazing.

  • Unrelenting pressure to post new videos... Wow our world needs to sort out its priorities... It is completely normal to go to work every single day and do your job accurately... Post scriptum: Calling themselves creators I always wonder WHAT are they creating exactly 🤔

  • Right on!

  • Can you please not give up on the podcast? Its so fun almost as the videos you post. Congrats on the new baby. I'm sure Francine is having a ball with her. I like the fat that Candice gets to speak up on the podcast.

  • That burnout thing is actually the result of dissipated energy such as friction or thermal energy.

  • Insecurity video!

  • I don't understand because I don't even see what is so appealing about pewdiepie. I've tried watching him and I fall asleep. Someone explain it to me. Casey always has story, I only watch the tubers with story, mostly travelers.

  • The most shocking for me is that this video isn't 3 months old and Pewdiepie is already at 93 million...

  • Yeah so that's a pew die pie chart right?

  • u belong in the thumbnail

  • Neis Beard Bro ! 🤙🏼

  • Not pulling your weight bahaha 😂😂

  • 90% of being a youtuber is editing the video sitting in front of a screen not moving sitting on your ass and sometimes moving cleaning bathrooms loading freight waiting tables building construction military police security these are jobs being a youtuber isnt youtube will fall and ill see one of these lazy people doing on of these jobs

  • 5:00 did Timothy see your shoutout? Lol

  • PewDiePie is less burnt out then 99 percent of the RO-tvrs

  • This applies to literally everything. Solid video

  • Hi 🙂 I am late to this video. I couldn't imagine being famous. I am really excited to start a job as a janitor in a few weeks because I don't have to talk to people. What you do for a career I would find overwhelming. I enjoy your videos. Thank you for making them.