If A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words

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If a picture is worth a thousands words, than how many words does a video say?

Did you know that 72 hours of video is uploaded to Youtube every minute?! That’s a lot of video.

Well, I have become one of those people! I have launched a YouTube channel and want to share it with you!

If you can’t see the video click here.

This is a new avenue for delivering helpful content. For some, I am sure it will be in a medium you enjoy more.

Whether you enjoy my written blogs or video content, my hope is that I can be a resource for you. That you will know that you were created with a purpose and that greater influence can be development. 

Check out the first 2 videos I have recorded:

4 Steps You Can Take To Hit Your Goals

If you can’t see the video click here.

5 Reasons Why Working With a Team is Better

If you can’t see the video click here.

I hope you enjoy. Please SUBSCRIBE to my channel!

Paul Jolicoeur

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Husband, Father, Disciple, Blogger, writer, author. Learner & desire to make an impact on others. Each one of us have influence on the world and this influence is a gift. We can continue to grow and increase in our influence.
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4 responses to If A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words

  1. Video posts are a great idea, Paul! Love the break from reading:) Looking forward to watching more.

  2. Great to see you going for some medium diversity, Paul. Videos help, and I’m glad they’re on the shorter side. Makes it consumable.

    Good, crisp footage and lighting, too. Looking forward to what else you put out as you do more!

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