The 5 year journey and YouTube [Video]

Hello beautiful people.

I finally created a trailer for my YouTube page. It touches a bit on the See You In 5 idea and what you can expect on the channel. Check it out and let me know what you guys think.


I will definitely be posting more on here (I know, I know lol) but it would be great to have any of you that have enjoyed the posts on here to join over on the channel as well. You could start with the ‘ideas on life’ playlist if you want something similar to what has been on this page so far.

Enjoy the rest of your day,

Nathaniel GE

The time I got attacked by a grandma lol

Hello beautiful people and welcome to the start of a fresh week.

With time I really hope to connect with people and build a community on this blog.

I’ve been really looking into building connections with people and one of the main things is breaking the ice. This can be done via emotions. The openness and vulnerability of sadness and also the letting the guard down of laughter.

So let this be at start. Welcome to my fun side.

Here i’m talking about a funny story from my recent trip to Jamaica.

Being attacked by a grandma in a church lol.


Hope you enjoyed that as much as I did filming and editing it.

Let this be the start to a great week!

You’ve got this.

Nathaniel GE,

See You In 5.

Positive thinking in business and life. Steve Jobs Reality distortion field [Video]

The day after the night before and the new video is up!

If you read the last post you would know I really tried to make this video informative but keep it moving so it never got boring. Would love to hear your feedback.

What is it about?

In this video i’m talking about the something attributed to Steve Jobs in almost any documentary you watch about him. His ability to change the norms, see things the way he wanted to make them and push his way towards that vision.

I decided to break it down into personal and interpersonal skills.

There are also mentions of young entrepreneurs Jamal Edwards and Lilly Singh.

Also I added some questions at the end for discussion. You could answer here or on the YouTube page.

1. Do you have any examples of when using the reality distortion field has helped you to achieve something?

2. When has somebody else’s RDF affected you in a positive way and who?

Hope you enjoy!

Nathaniel GE,

See You In 5.

Long long day. Thoughts after a day of editing

It’s been a long long day.. (listen to the song at bottom whilst you read đŸ™‚ If you want.)

I just spent the whole day finishing and uploading video number 17 (my special number).

‘Positive thinking in business and life | Steve Jobs reality distortion field.’

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There is something so relaxing about spending your Saturday editing a well put together video that reflects your thoughts. I got it down from 15 minutes to 8 minutes and then 8 minutes to just under 6.

This video felt like a step forward in terms of my learning experience of making these videos online.

I must have watched it back about 50 times to make sure its not boring and keeps moving. For example In the ‘Perfectionism prevents progress‘ video I didn’t get to the point of what the video was actually about until 50 seconds in. In this one I get into it at 15 seconds.

I also added a contents at the start and timestamps in the description for people that come across the video and want to get to a certain part.

This is only the second video i’ve made using Final Cut Pro X after upgrading a couple of weeks back.

Starting to get used to it. The text looks so much more current than the old Final Cut Pro 7 text.

Anyway I know only a few people will be interested in this but it’ll be cool to look back on in terms of progress.

I guess we’ll see in about a month what the analytics are like for the video in terms of audience retention and engagement.

I’ll post the video in the morning when everybody wakes up.

Nathaniel GE,

See You In 5

p.s I will be using this song for an epic vlog/montage one day. So you’ll remember where its from. “p

I’ve basically been listening to it all day whilst editing.

and I love one of the last lines in this song

‘Sometimes it takes times like these to know, you’re in the right place’.

I should probably eat something now..

http://www.youtube.com/ngeonline

Storytime: Awkward travel stories – Jamaica pt 1 church and networking fails #DamnNathaniel [Video]

Welcome to my fun side. If any of you have been watching my videos you will be able to see that as well as inspiration and thinking forward, I like to have a laugh.

So here I put together a fun video talking about some awkward and (somewhat) embarrassing travel stories. This installment is from my time in Jamaica.

Enjoy and hope you all had a great easter and bank holiday weekend!

Nathaniel GE