Sahil Pandit

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  1. @PepperBlossoms Nice distinction there. I resonate with the more integrative/progressive type, meanwhile, the rest of my family is the traditional type... It's been a journey to say the least.
  2. @aurum i would love to see a mastery 2.0 where he takes a look at this digital age we are living age and how we can transmute that into a form of Mastery.
  3. I believe you and I share an appreciation for beauty and excellence, my friend.
  4. @Vittorio Check out Leo's video on asking questions. That may help. It takes practice and trial and error, but I like to recap what happened, what is going to happen, and what the viewer can expect next.
  5. @Mu_ woah, very cool! And yeah. It's only getting bigger now... The next 5-10 years of gaming and culture will continue to expand, so making a career out of it is more feasible than ever, like you said. @datamonster I've had a camera ever since I was 15, so filming was never really the obstacle. The obstacle was having a firm foundation to build upon, (a niche) and I believe after years of searching I've found it
  6. @Leo Gura Nobody wants to put in the work to make the distinctions
  7. Hey guys, It's been a while since I made a post. Over the last year, I've been working pretty intensely in eSports. It's had it's ups and downs, but overall, it's an amazing space to work and I enjoy It a lot. (Much rather work in eSports than a minimum wage job, or do something I dislike..) Anyways, I've decided to come out of my shell and document the process of what I do. Today, I posted my first ever video "A Day in the Life of an ESPORTS Content Manager" Special shoutout to @Leo Gura for inspiring me when I was 15 to follow my curiosity and @Average Investor for pulling me through along the way. This dream career/LP work is the real deal, although it will take a lot more sweat, emotional labor, hard work, and sacrifice than you think. If you ever thought of giving up or feel lost, please let this video be a signal to never quit looking for "that one thing" that is your creative calling
  8. @Leo Gura Can you finally speak about the courses you've been working the scenes? (EX: course on creativity, course on fear, etc.) Any dates on when we can expect these new projects to be announced/come out?
  9. @K VIL *Sahil Pandit but in green*
  10. @Leo Gura would you mind sharing the name of your lav mic? I'm in the market for one
  11. @Nick_98 Great question. Thinking about thinking is an interesting field of study that has lots of granularity to it. In a debate/argument, the best position to be in is the one that doesn't need to defend it's beliefs. Ask yourself, "What is a belief?" what function does it serve? As you think about this, sit in silence for a bit. Then when you go out into the world, notice how people have beliefs but haven't questioned them. This may lead to a heightened sense of awareness and a ability to think more clearly. That's been my personal experience. (btw, this process takes time, perhaps 3-6 months. But it's totally worth it!
  12. @Dinesh Karki do you drink tap water? or do you have sources to cleaner, purified water?
  13. @Dinesh Karki What you eat may be causing the brain fog.
  14. I really like this guy's content a lot.