How to Build a Massive Audience on YouTube with Dr Clare Roberts - 210

Feb 17, 2022

Dr. Clare Roberts has gone from being a clinical psychologist in the UK, to a YouTuber in Florida. Her YouTube channel, Generation Calm, which she juggles while still being a full-time homeschooling mum, now has 25,000 subscribers and over 2 million views.

Her channel helps people looking to better manage their mind and live a more powerful life. She posts videos on stress management techniques, anxiety relief and relaxation methods, including guided meditations, which are very popular. 

In part 1 of my interview with Clare, we talked about all things public speaking anxiety and how to tackle it. Now, in this second part of the interview we’re getting into all things YouTube. 

So, if you’re thinking of using YouTube to get your message out there and as a growth strategy to build your audience and income, then you’ve got to grab a listen to this episode. 


What you’ll learn:

  • What made Clare decide to start doing YouTube videos
  • How to choose what topics to do videos about
  • How Clare overcame her nerves were you before recording her first video
  • How often should you post on YouTube
  • What equipment Clare uses to record her videos
  • How long it can take before your channel gets traction
  • How important are using stories in your YouTube videos
  • The three big things Clare wishes she had known when she was starting out on YouTube
  • Why everyone should have a YouTube channel

All things Clare:


Creative Visualization: Use the Power of Your Imagination to Create What You Want in Your Life


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