In this transcript, the speaker, who goes by the name Foreign, starts off by apologizing for forgetting their coffee and takes a moment to get it. They talk about receiving messages from people asking for their opinions and views on certain topics. They mention that the chaos witnessed on platforms like Twitter is normal for the tech industry and that it’s just a normal day for startups. However, they also express their thoughts on quitting due to the challenges of balancing this content creation with other work commitments. They emphasize the time and effort it takes to research and produce quality content while making it clear that it’s not sustainable unless it can cover the costs involved.
Foreign, the speaker, has been receiving messages from people seeking their opinions on various matters, despite not watching their own content. They argue that the chaos in platforms like Twitter is usual for the tech industry and that it’s the normal day-to-day hustle for a start-up. However, they entertain the idea of quitting due to the difficulties of combining this type of content creation with other employment. They highlight the research and time required to produce quality content and assert that it is not a sustainable endeavor unless it can cover its costs.
Foreign discusses the queries they receive from people who seek their insights even as the chaotic nature of platforms like Twitter is perceived as normal within the tech industry. While they consider quitting due to the challenges of balancing content creation with conventional work, they stress the significance of research and time in producing high-quality content. Ultimately, they state that sustainability is only possible if the endeavor can cover its costs.
Foreign reflects on the messages they receive from people seeking their perspectives, despite not watching their content themselves. They argue that the chaos witnessed on platforms like Twitter is part of the normal operations of the tech industry, which may seem unusual to outsiders. Despite considering quitting, they emphasize the importance of research and time in producing well-scripted and properly researched content. They assert that unless the endeavor can cover its costs, it is not a viable option in the long run.
Despite receiving messages from viewers seeking their opinions, Foreign contemplates quitting their content creation due to the challenges of balancing it with conventional work. They acknowledge the chaos and recalibration commonly observed in the tech industry, a concept not readily understood by outsiders. Furthermore, they stress that the endeavor they undertake requires extensive research, meticulous editing, and thorough scripting, making it a time-consuming and financially demanding pursuit. Thus, they highlight the need for sustainability to cover these costs.