You can divide YouTube videos into chapters to draw the viewers attention to key topics or segments. The simplest way that I have found to do this is by creating an episode set list in the description for the video. For example on of my latest videos looks like this:
The text input in the video description to create these chapter breaks simply needs the time stamps in order to translate the information into video segments. You can create as many chapters as you would like, I try to hit the key points.
This week on The DYOJO Podcast we discuss:
* Book #5 from The DYOJO - Challenge Accepted
* The government’s plan to save us all from gas stoves
* Lessons learned from a missing beam in a 1980’s prison
IN THIS EPISODE:
0:00 The Power of the Postcard
1:46 An Unnamed Adjuster Talks Matching Materials
8:08 What Are We Working On - Workshop
11:06 Book 5 - Challenge Accepted
19:10 The Government’s Plan to Save Us From Gas Stoves
29:15 One More Tidbit - 1980’s Prisons
34:26 Cutting Edge Tools - The Sony Mavica
Thursdays are for The DYOJO Podcast - helping contractors shorten their DANG learning curve for personal and professional development.
Notice in the bottom right corner there is a small gap between the running video line. Each of these breaks in the video sequence relates to the time stamps that were written into the description. Viewers who want to go to a particular segment or topic can click on the time stamps in the description or hover over the video line for a summary based on the descriptions that were composed by the content creator.
Below the video description is a summary of the chapters with the time stamp, description, and a snippet of the video associated with that segment.
If you have a YouTube channel, one reward for achieving 100 subscribers is the ability to customize your URL. This means in stead of your channel link being YouTube.com/ followed by random numbers and letters, you can make it whatever you want. For example, we were able to change ours to YouTube.com/thedyojo.
A few simple ways you can help increase your YouTube subscribers to reach that 100+ mark:
Approach leadership like Batman, expand your tool belt by learning from other industries.
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We discuss how positive behavior intervention and support (PBIS) professionals approach their work with children and how we can apply that to our work in managing people in business. The PBIS system has been set up with three tiers of prevention with plans of support associated with the needs of the student at each tier:
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We share a few of our experiences and thoughts on making the best go you can at marriage and parenting. We are not professionals. We are nominal parents.
Perhaps one of the most important keys to parenting is realizing that you and your partner are different. You already knew this but nothing brings out what you love and hate about your partner like marriage and especially parenting.
How we work through our differences is key to our long term success. How we disagree is more important than when we agree as the process of working through that is what makes us stronger.
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Thoughts on personal and professional development.
Jon Isaacson, The Intentional Restorer, is a contractor, author, and host of The DYOJO Podcast. The goal of The DYOJO is to help growth-minded restoration professionals shorten their DANG learning curve for personal and professional development. You can watch The DYOJO Podcast on YouTube on Thursdays or listen on your favorite podcast platform.