Uh oh. What happens when you intend one message in your content, and your audience picks up something completely different? Who’s right? That happened to me (Jeff Bartsch) when I published the video where Peter McKinnon said via Cody Wanner’s vlog that my idea about The Thing Under the Thing “actually blew [his] mind.” I got called out on my interpretation of things, and this raises some important things for you to remember for YOUR content.
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The video where I explained The Thing Under the Thing and got called out for my interpretation: This storytelling hack blew Peter McKinnon’s mind – Story Greenlight: /watch?v=8hwRBElFxXc
What Peter said: Power of Video – Why I Do Daily Vlogs – R Cody Wanner: /watch?v=zsADLuRbJ68
The vlog that Peter talked about featuring Cody Wanner and Jeff Bartsch: Let’s Talk About Something Awesome – R Cody Wanner:
Jeff's book "Edit Better: Hollywood-Tested Strategies for Powerful Video Editing": http://amzn.to/2wHIDZb
Story Greenlight founder Jeff Bartsch edits TV full-time in Hollywood for ABC, NBC, Apple, Universal, Disney, ESPN, MTV, and many others. His commentary has been featured in the USA Today, Time Magazine, the Associated Press, and multiple textbooks.