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  1. I love the new channel, and I think it'll do wonders in terms of opening up your content to new listeners. I just it's quite concerning that we live in a time where life moves so fast that there's a noticeable need to consume bite sized content. The old news reporter would call it a sound bite, and reporters love sound bites because they can misconstrue them. The sound bite is inheritantly out of context.

  2. I know you guys are experimenting with the video lengths, so just a little feedback this was way too short. Have it at least 2 or 3 minutes because a 1 minute video just ends as it begins.

  3. Yes, the Clip is a little short, though some Video Titles, & their Content (even if rather short) are well worth it.
    The YouTube algorithm is something all content creators have to contend with.
    Tom Scott did an interesting video a couple months ago on how even Google doesn't exactly know it's own algorithm
    Good Clips! Keep up the good work Peterson fam 🙂

  4. I would really suggest the Peterson Team to look at the Channel Bite-sized Philosophy. Their video length is minimum 3 minutes and max 11 minutes and not one of them felt so streched or to short for the content that it is presenting.

  5. You guys should reach out to channels that do these same clips because they have a stronger grasp on the YouTube algorithm

  6. Thats why every good army has non comissioned conscientious officers in charge of running the military, and comissioned creative officers in charge of occasionally making tough non-linear decisions (but shutting up most of the time).

  7. "I divide my officers into four groups. There are clever, diligent, stupid, and lazy officers. Usually two characteristics are combined. Some are clever and diligent — their place is the General Staff. The next lot are stupid and lazy — they make up 90 percent of every army and are suited to routine duties. Anyone who is both clever and lazy is qualified for the highest leadership duties, because he possesses the intellectual clarity and the composure necessary for difficult
    decisions. One must beware of anyone who is stupid and diligent — he must not be entrusted with any responsibility because he will always cause only mischief."
    -General von Hammerstein-Equord

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