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  • Published on Nov 24, 2022 veröffentlicht
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  • Nogla
    Nogla 2 months ago +3753

    i love these commentaries, such a classic feel

  • IBrian Fantana
    IBrian Fantana 2 months ago +2085

    Schlatt. The fact you're giving out this truly mature, sage advice/wisdom, whilst also having my (completely dead) channel as an "Inspiration" is top tier. I like to think the few people that have ever gone down that rabbit hole of seeing my peak 10yr old CoD content have had a real roller coaster ride of emotions.
    I think my problem is that even if I spent the time getting my room to like 70F, I'd realise I left the ice cube in the freezer.

    • Vincent Buscarello
      Vincent Buscarello 2 months ago +11

      IME I think this is where being present comes in. Schlatt/Atomic Habit's advice here isn't "work and never ever check in on how things our going" the advice is more "work and check in with yourself and your goals frequently, but DON'T expect to see results right away and don't always look at one measurement". In the ice cube example, you should be looking at the cube, the room temperature, moisture, air pressure, everything, but do this knowing that the actual goal (melted ice) could take a long time to start moving.

    • Sipho Brisloks
      Sipho Brisloks 2 months ago +5

      @theweeklyslap I popped my pants, wish me luck my parents will kill me latr I'm at schoolst

    • Ohako
      Ohako 2 months ago +29

      it's the real og creator

    • IBrian Fantana
      IBrian Fantana 2 months ago +386

      @theweeklyslap I'm doing good.
      For what it's worth, I only ever made videos when I was a young guy, trying to distract myself from the daunting task of finding my place in the world. Just the idea of making a few other people laugh was a good enough bonus for me.
      So I gotta say, it feels almost surreal seeing myself listed as an inspiration to anyone, and I'd be lying if I said it didn't make my room feel a degree or two warmer - so who knows...maybe the inspiration will come full circle, and i'll dare to click that upload button again... I'm pretty sure there's still an ice cube somewhere with my name on it.
      Keep Inspiring Big Guy (but also... #CelsiusGang)

    • theweeklyslap
      theweeklyslap  2 months ago +1000

      This comment made my day. Hope you’re doing good man.

  • Mysticat
    Mysticat 2 months ago +510

    this was actually super helpful

  • Kaboodle
    Kaboodle 2 months ago +3

    this is genuinely so helpful and motivating schlatt, thank you

  • JC the Caster
    JC the Caster 2 months ago +8

    Love you man, your perspective on the topics you cover are treasured by many

  • matthew szklany
    matthew szklany Month ago

    Thanks for this Schlatt, I'm can kinda relate to this situation, I'm taking this topology class I'm really trying to pass but have been struggling and am probably not gonna pass at this point. But I'm gonna keep trying anyways and if I don't pass, I'll just retake it and use everything I have learned this time around to help me that next time round

  • Geraldo
    Geraldo Month ago

    im working to reduce my weight and better myself on self image thanks for this schlatt this is what have been bugging my mind for couple of weeks now seeing no progress and all.

  • Martr795
    Martr795 Month ago

    I recently finished the book "Atomic Habits" by James Clear. Schlatt, you put it perfectly. It is the little things that make the big difference in the long run. Seeing someone achieve some huge goal makes people think that it just takes one day or one hard effort to make change. When in reality, it is the small things that count.

  • Kalasy
    Kalasy 2 months ago +2289

    Schlatt, thanks so much for bringing back the weekly slap so far. It means a lot to be able to relate to you and your struggles, though you and us have very different lives, it still means a shit ton. Thanks Schlatt.

    • Bryan P
      Bryan P 2 months ago

      @Kalasy Thanks

    • Kalasy
      Kalasy 2 months ago +7

      @Bryan P don't look at the comments ig

    • Bryan P
      Bryan P 2 months ago +1

      Is anyone else annoyed by how repetitive these comments are? No disrespect and I always like seeing how the Weekly Slap has helped people with their struggles, but it's a shame how no one really talks about the content of the video and given how unmethodically Schlatts uploading schedule on this channel is, we'll never stop seeing the same comments over and over again

    • CHRISTMAS Horror Stories Animated
      CHRISTMAS Horror Stories Animated 2 months ago +2

      Link to the clip : Not RickroII

  • ZXZ Demon
    ZXZ Demon 2 months ago +119

    If you’re struggling with the idea of invisible progress, I’d recommend creating a checklist of tasks you need to complete to reach your goal. These tasks should be small and manageable, both to act as a roadmap forward and to display, specifically, what you’ve already accomplished. If you don’t _know_ the steps you need to take to reach your goal, frontload that research. It is essential you have a solid understanding of the bigger picture before looking at your goal on the atomic level.
    Instead of saying “okay, now I need only practice every day for two years and I will be able to play this challenging piano piece!“ or “I will start running first thing in the morning until I can run a sub five minute mile!” break your goal down into bite-sized pieces: “first I will learn this really easy piece, then this slightly harder one, then this slightly harder one, etc, until I have the skillset to play this extremely difficult piece” or “first I will get up on Sunday mornings and go for a walk, then I will get up on weekend mornings and go for a walk, then weekdays too, then going for a sped up walk, then going for a jog, then a sub eight mile, then a sub seven, etc, until I can run a sub five mile.”

  • BenEatsPants
    BenEatsPants 2 months ago +374

    Schlatt, this came at the perfect time. A week ago my girlfriend of 2 years left me for someone else. And I almost took my own life a few days ago. However, the more I look back at all of it I could definitely just improve myself as a person. Physically and mentally. Thank you Schlatt, I've been watching these videos for 5 years and you will always be one of my favorite youtubers no matter what.

    • Outboard Gull52
      Outboard Gull52 2 months ago +1

      Damn bro, hope your in a much better place now. GL man

    • Swordkiller
      Swordkiller 2 months ago


    • Remnant
      Remnant 2 months ago

      Keep at it man.

    • Phill Shufftner
      Phill Shufftner 2 months ago

      My girlfriend and i dated for a few years too, she left me a few months ago and it has pushed me to the darkest saddest place of my life. but it gets a little better every day, there is light at the end of the tunnel.

    • Henryk Wieniawski
      Henryk Wieniawski 2 months ago

      @Daniel Hosler ^^^ Listen to this guy, OP

  • CorryWith2rs
    CorryWith2rs Month ago +1

    This is so real, & thank you for this i need it.

  • Ornj1
    Ornj1 2 months ago +152

    This was insanely well timed. I’ve been going back and forth with the fact that I feel pressured to go to college, but everything I want to do takes me down the less stable path of dropping out and giving it my all, which kind of scares me. I know life isn’t a movie where dropping everything to pursue your dreams just works out because you gave it your all, and sometimes I think my all won’t be enough and that I should stay on the beaten path and graduate college for a degree I don’t want, because I don’t think I have it in me to “melt the ice cube.” But more recently, I’ve started thinking that I don’t care. I’d rather try forever to do all the things I love than pursue somebody else’s dream just because I might make some money faster. It’s a scary thing to pursue your dreams. It takes a lot of mental strength, some confidence I’ve struggled to find, and a lot of honesty with yourself, but I think I’ve finally come to a point where I can turn myself around and try everything to do the things I love to do. Thanks Schlatt, I think your videos are having the exact effect that you wanted them to have
    Edit: I realize this almost makes it seem like I plan to drop college and go fully into chasing a dream as far as I can take it. To be clear, I’m going to take this seriously, I’ll get as much knowledge as I can from college and get my foot in the door on pursuing my interests while I’m there, and once (or if) I get decent stability out of it and it seems livable and expandable as a business endeavor, only then will I go all in.

    • ABomm
      ABomm 2 months ago

      If college is an opportunity for you, I would seriously consider it. While it might be a huge investment of $, it's not as big of a time investment as you think. College is a great place to try something risky, meet like-minded people, and if it doesn't work out... you have a degree to fall back on. Look at a bunch of 'successful' people's lives, many of them went to college and dropped out when they found that their time in school was not worth it, many people finished their degrees and many people met their future business partners in college. It's not a waste and it can be a great catapult / safety net into whatever you choose to do.

    • Kit Kat
      Kit Kat 2 months ago

      Here is the full video : Egg Drop From Space

    • AquaHat
      AquaHat 2 months ago

      also in the same boat

    • ChickentNug
      ChickentNug 2 months ago +1

      Find the middle ground if you can. Don't fully drop out, try to get stability with your dreams first and transition smoothly

    • True Reaper45
      True Reaper45 2 months ago +6

      Chase your dreams, but be reasonable about it. Make sure you're stable enough to where you won't go homeless and hungry trying to pursue your dreams.

  • Hams5020
    Hams5020 2 months ago +1420

    Cant wait for more wisdom from the big man!

    • The Big Man
      The Big Man 2 months ago +1

      He’s actually the big guy, I’m the big man. Don’t worry, common mistake

    • Real Person
      Real Person 2 months ago

      Be ready to wait a year

    • RJ
      RJ 2 months ago

      Big guy not big man

    • Angela Plays!
      Angela Plays! 2 months ago +1


    • CD Ramos
      CD Ramos 2 months ago +2

      @johatho some call him "big guy"

  • Manuela Faria
    Manuela Faria 2 months ago +40

    My cat was very sick and today he had to be put down. As soon as i got home from the clinic i got the notification for this video. Simply listening to your voice and your advice made me feel a bit better. Thank you for bringing this channel back and being such a consistent source of happiness in my life, Schlatt. Much love to you (and to Jambo

    • Leth
      Leth 2 months ago +1

      I resonate with you, i experienced it aswell some time this year. The wound will heal soon, take care.

  • SquidSlayerNate
    SquidSlayerNate Month ago

    I needed this... working toward my 32 degrees :)

  • thatguyDZI
    thatguyDZI Month ago

    I turned the heater off at 31 degrees 😭Time to turn it back on I guess...

  • MoeFoeGenius
    MoeFoeGenius 2 months ago +33

    Atomic habits is one of the best books I've ever read. The biggest take away I got from it was to just start small and slowly build up whatever habit you want. If you want to read, set a small goal for yourself. Read a page a day. Once you're good at that, bump it up. Go to the gym just once a week and go from threre. Little bits of improving yourself will melt that ice cube. Thanks for coming back Schlatt

    • ItsOracle
      ItsOracle Month ago +1

      read that book recently
      amazing book

  • Liam Kiernan
    Liam Kiernan 2 months ago +18

    I’m a music major in college. Me and all my colleagues could really learn a lot from this video. Our juries (playing finals) are coming up and I think everyone’s so hung up on the small details that they don’t see that they’ve still learned these hard pieces to near perfection. Thank you Schlatt, I needed to hear this and I will pass this message on to my friends who need to hear it

  • E. P
    E. P 2 months ago +17

    I normally don’t comment but these two videos hit at the perfect time in my life. I’m 21 and in college and I left everything my home, my friends, and family in the pursuit of becoming a doctor. It’s hard to work day by day and not seeing the fruits of your labor especially when your expectations are high can really mentally and physically drain you. However, eventually things do gather momentum and it becomes more second nature whether that’s Clip-Share or physics 😊 I’m not sure if this happens to most but these last two years I have also felt like I’ve lived more life than I have in my entire childhood and adolescence. Time goes by so fast that every night I stare at my ceiling and have whiplash of how much has actually happened, what I have already accomplished, but most of all what’s left. Anyway it’s just nice to know that I’m not alone in these thoughts good luck kiddos we got this.

    • Jack
      Jack 2 months ago

      What ever you do dont put the letter d in-between your name

  • JIM
    JIM 2 months ago +13

    Hey Schlatt, thank you for uploading on this channel again! Even though I don’t look at these videos and start following all your values/opinions straight after, I still take in some of the things you say with a grain of salt and have a little laugh that makes my day better. I appreciate that you’re trying to help others in some sort of way and can’t wait for more content here… Hope everyone had a great thanksgiving/day!

  • StruggleDuck
    StruggleDuck 2 months ago +4

    I just wanted to comment and say that I thoroughly enjoy these videos, and I'm happy that you are making more. I also wanted to request that you could also update the Spotify playlist with the more recent episodes, as tend to listen to these episodes while I'm on the bus, or walking from place to place, and it is much more convenient to listen through Spotify. No worries if you dont, do whatever makes sense to you.

  • revilNO
    revilNO 2 months ago +470

    I’m glad the weekly slap is back, even just for another episode. I will always make sure to tune into this.

  • Jonny RaZeR Shorts
    Jonny RaZeR Shorts 2 months ago +2

    He put into words everything that I've been thinking in the past few months. Everyone is capable of whatever they want to do, but the people that follow through on their aspirations are the ones willing to put in the time to do so.
    I started making videos in 2016, but only recently did I find any true success. It is a tough road that you have to go down, but the discomfort of trying and working hard will always be more bearable than the pain of wasting your potential.
    To whoever reads this comment: You can achieve your goal if you are willing to work hard and constantly improve to hone your craft.
    You got this.

  • Chris James
    Chris James 2 months ago

    freddiew was the main reason I started making youtube videos lol holy shit

  • ya boy
    ya boy 2 months ago +1

    Thank you. watched this while having breakfast. I've been struggling with motivation but this really just-- helped. It's so helpful to be reminded "your work will pay off, even if it takes a while, it's being stored and will be worth it". Thanks for some wisdom man

  • Robot_mann30
    Robot_mann30 2 months ago +17

    in a world of podcasts filled with empty words, it's nice that you can put out 6 minutes of concise and meaningful words that make my day better. Thank You Schlatt.

  • Via
    Via 2 months ago +670

    i’m so glad you’re back. although it may not be indefinitely, this channel has still helped me in more ways than i could know. i love getting advice i never knew i needed. means a lot. thank you

    OBLIVION 2 months ago +6

    I'm so glad the weeklyslap is back I'm starting my journey to stop living in a fucked up life and get my shit together. Haven't been taking care of myself or exploring my interests, becoming who I wanna be, but I'm starting to. This is just what I needed, thanks "schlatt"

  • Richard Rodriguez
    Richard Rodriguez 2 months ago +4

    Thank you Jschlatt the timing couldn’t be better. I almost quit my career as an automotive tech just cause I invested so much of myself but still couldn’t see the progress I had made or had any tangible results. It took my boss and my peers to remind me how far I’ve come and how close I am to earning what I feel I deserve. I got so frustrated and burnt out that I couldn’t see the respect I earned from my peers or the quality of work I put out or the promising future my boss saw for me. Thanks again Jschlatt, this video helped cement my resolve to continue on my career.

  • BRAD
    BRAD 2 months ago +1

    Ya know Schlatt, this was very insightful for me. I've never really thought about self improvement like this, but the analogy makes perfect sense. I'll hold onto this video and this analogy you've made, in case I forget how to melt the ice. I really need it since I feel like I've been in a sort of rut and trying to figure out how the hell I'm gonna get out of it. Never did I ever think you of all people would have the perfect answer to my problem. So, thank you. I hope I can find comfort knowing that the room is heating up as long as I'm doing the work to heat it up. The results will only come later.

  • Sam
    Sam Month ago +1

    Wise words Jonathan

  • MaqsV
    MaqsV 2 months ago +1

    Thanks for making me more motivated schlatt. I'm at a very dark place now and it really means a lot that some funny guy can talk valuable knowledge. Stay awesome

  • Kazooke
    Kazooke 2 months ago +1

    Thanks for the advice big man, you help me realize my problems are not the end. I am actually thankful for this channel. Hope things continue to be well for you

  • Silver Nox Crystallis
    Silver Nox Crystallis 2 months ago

    Really loving to see this channel back, I used to listen to these videos back in 2019 and they really helped me out.
    This video was great too and honestly just the thing I needed to hear as I've been on the fence about trying to go for a low acceptance rate job and have pretty much given up trying to be a streamer. Especially since everytime I start something it feels like I hit a wall and don't make any progress.
    But this video was severely inspiring and the temperature way you told it really made sense and makes me want to keep on trying to do those things, you really opened my eyes to the bigger picture.
    Thanks for what you do big guy, you have such a great and easy way of approaching topics which makes them more simple to understand, and makes it more motivating in the process o7

  • GalaxyMapping
    GalaxyMapping 2 months ago +1

    Thank you so much Schlatt, for bringing these videos back they helped me so much years ago and for them to be back is a big help for me. Thank you.

  • GuestGuest9
    GuestGuest9 2 months ago +1

    Hey schlatt, I love this channel, I think it’s so cool to have a channel like this where you’re just more relaxed and honest with us. I almost like the views being a little low compared to your main, makes this feel more niche as a small community. I wanted to ask about your uni days? I’m at second year in the UK studying computer Science which I think you did aswell? What was uni like in the US and do you have any tips or cool stories?

  • Lemin_ade
    Lemin_ade 2 months ago

    thank you schlatt, this was a perfectly timed video for me. I've just started putting my work online after years of working on myself offline, and I've been so worried that I won't see any results. This really helped me put the process into perspective, and I'm glad that someone I look up to has the same stuggles and experiences. Thank you for always being you schlatt

  • o0pzi
    o0pzi 2 months ago +3

    Love a youtuber who cares for his fans on a personal level. Thank you JSchlingel

  • Z-DaHunter
    Z-DaHunter 2 months ago

    Watching these videos always put things into perspective even though I've heard these things from my family. Maybe its because I see that you started where I basically am to someone so big and successful fills me with some motivation to do my own videos and post and record more of them. You are right. If I really want something I really need to be committed and do it constantly. Thanks for the advice and thanks for making funny ass videos.

  • Brandon
    Brandon 2 months ago +405

    I have listened to “what motivates you” everyday at least once for months on end. Schlatt you have been the only driving force in my life helping me stay on track I’ve gone through turmoil tribulation and pain in ways I’ve never had to experience and I’m turning everything I’ve lost into a burning passion to make something of myself but as time goes on it is hard to stay on track and when I saw you uploaded these last 2 videos again it gave me a new breath of fresh air. Please never forget what you’ve done for me schlatt you gave me purpose again in a dark hole you guided me through darkness, thank you. I couldn’t ever bring myself to recommend a topic becuase you always seem to make just what I need to hear you are one of a kind.

    • ag s
      ag s 2 months ago +2

      dude not to be rude but holy shit that is so parasocial please see a therapist or find other forms of joy/encouragement

    • Kit Kat
      Kit Kat 2 months ago

      Here is the full video : Egg Drop From Space

    • slugoo
      slugoo 2 months ago +11


  • Heisenberg Gaming
    Heisenberg Gaming 2 months ago

    so happy to see theweeklyslap come back, this channel has been one of my favorite things you've done and means a lot to me

  • Jay Davila
    Jay Davila 2 months ago +2

    im really glad this series is making a comeback. I've recently decided to start practicing discipline to improve my life and crawl out of this depression and this is really what i need to hear right now.

  • Sudzy
    Sudzy 2 months ago

    Seeing this channel resume uploading brings me such an immense feeling of joy. Thank you Big Man for providing such a nostalgic form of media while also giving amazing advice for my generation.

  • Gracie's Melodies
    Gracie's Melodies 2 months ago +5

    i can't even express how much i love that the weekly slap appears to be back. when growing up got released, i was super happy about it, but when you said "see you soon" at the end i was like "welp. another 11 months now" and was shocked when i got the notif for this. my mother has recommended for me to read atomic habits more than once, and i keep forgetting, but maybe i'll finally check it out. it seems like the perfect book for me at this point in my life.

  • Jabroney
    Jabroney 2 months ago +321

    Atomic Habits is a great book, I also just read the War of Art and it was amazing. The author talks about how to measure your own success and how to think about work and not base your worth on external factors like numbers and stuff. 80% of the book is incredible and then 20% he talks about praying to Greek gods for success (not kidding) but it’s a great read

    • Timothy Stephens
      Timothy Stephens 2 months ago +1

      The War of Art is pretty damn good.

    • Whyte
      Whyte 2 months ago

      Bro i literally have to read atomic habits for school idk why the book is fine but that bitch James Clear repeats the same thing almost every chapter bruh

    • ÆharOppert
      ÆharOppert 2 months ago +3

      Jabroney is a fellow big guy enjoyer lets goo

    • Pizza
      Pizza 2 months ago +6

      Hi jabroney, your "uncancellable' series is really interesting

  • Jack Kenichi
    Jack Kenichi 2 months ago

    schlatt. ive been going through some of the roughest moments in my time, my entire world has been flipped upside down, you are truly inspirational the way your dedicated to your community weather they see it or not, thank you for the words of wisdom

  • dylannn_420
    dylannn_420 Day ago

    As I am about to start my fertility journey, videos like these put me back into perspective that it might not just immediately happen. Been a long time fan of schlatt and I’m thankful to have this as I’m growing up, thank you.

  • Nuke-7
    Nuke-7 2 months ago

    This was the MOST motivational thing ive heard in a while. When i upload consistently i see growth but i get unmotivated because it takes so much time. You've really inspired me to keep going schlatt, thank you

  • Quintinus
    Quintinus 2 months ago +4

    Schlatt, I started playing guitar over a year ago and I seem to have forgotten the amount of work and practice I put into it to get to where I am today. A couple months ago, I performed a dream song of mine to play live in front of 100 people for a school show. This video has helped me remember that consistent improvement and work I put in to get skilled enough to play that show. I am now feeling much more positive and motivated to keep getting better and better. If I make it in the industry, get in contact with me and I'll send you free tickets to my show man, no problem. Thanks Schlatt.

  • AWildCooki
    AWildCooki 2 months ago +136

    Im so happy to see the weeklyslap return, I really missed this being in my life.

  • Carnelian
    Carnelian 2 months ago

    I really needed this! I've got a story I'm trying to bring to life, and I'm still not sure how I'm going to get it out there, or how I'm even going to make it happen. All I know is that I want the world to love these characters as much as I do. I feel like I'm starting with a room that's below 0°. But I will try my best 😊 Thank you Big Guy!

  • YourAverageChroma
    YourAverageChroma 2 months ago +1

    Well, this hits deep… here I am with my aspirations right in front of me, ideas already written, ready to start work on my dream. Thanks for the massive inspiration.
    Now to find out how the hell do I get initiative.

  • RiversCuomo_
    RiversCuomo_ 2 months ago

    Thank you, Sclatt. I feel like I’m at a weird point in my life after graduating high school. I’m just about to finish my first semester of community college and I have a job that I honestly loathe. I know I’m moving forward, but it seems like I’m just stuck, doing the same thing every day with zero meaning or purpose. I hope I can find something that feels meaningful or worth it

  • Jon Krohn
    Jon Krohn 2 months ago

    Having watched you for about 6 months and then finding out you have this channel because you went back to it is really supportive. Am currently in a point in life where i feel like i work way more than i can handle without progress this is really nice to hear. Thanks big guy

  • Grem
    Grem 2 months ago

    Missed hearing from you so personally man, lost my cat the other day and the lil guy was my world. The last two days have been extremely hard but just listening to a few minutes of these videos brightened my day more than you know. I’m happy to hear Jambo is in good health and I hope you are too big guy🖤

  • Samurai Doggo
    Samurai Doggo 2 months ago +1

    I just recently discovered this, and hearing the funny guy talk about difficult topics hits different.
    Keep it up!

  • Russ Cargill
    Russ Cargill 2 months ago

    This is one of my favorite weekly slaps so far. Seeing my temperature rise without my ice cube melting has been a struggle for me at this point in my life and your commentary really provided me with a lot of perspective about how my hard work is being stored, not going to waste. Thank you Schlatt, this channel is, without exaggeration, life changing.

  • Mikefeett
    Mikefeett 2 months ago

    Hey Schlatt, I've been trying to motivate myself to finally take my health seriously, and it really has been tough to keep on track, or pushing the car up the hill, as you said. But seeing these videos motivates me to keep going and remember to keep trying even when it hurts or feels like shit. I hope this will be when I finally take it serious enough to change since I've been 23 for 2 months, and I want to make a real change in my life. Thanks for everything you do man I really appreciate it. Much love

  • Sachin Kelsen
    Sachin Kelsen 2 months ago +130

    We’re in a fever dream. Another weekly slap video in the span of 2 days

  • SeaTiger
    SeaTiger 2 months ago

    Great video Schlatt! I really love this type of content, very inspiring and thought provoking. Keep it up I can't wait for your future videos :)

  • HalberdEX
    HalberdEX 2 months ago

    I can’t say enough how much I needed this today. The holidays have made me think about my ex a lot more, and it’s been hard getting over her and being better-vids like these remind me to keep going, so thanks Big Guy. 👍

  • Katelyn Caruso
    Katelyn Caruso 2 months ago

    I especially love this question he chose because it inadvertently answered my question and I bet it did the same for a lot of other people. Thank you schlatt for giving us all a little hope and motivation

  • oxzi
    oxzi 2 months ago

    I missed these so much Big guy. I remember 2 years ago I wrote to theweeklyslap email complaining about life and my situation, seeking advice and help. I have come a really long way now, not where I want to be but proud about not being where I used to. Thank you so much Schlatt - huge fan :)

  • 8BitGdHaxz
    8BitGdHaxz 2 months ago

    I loved that ice cube metaphor, it's a great way to think about goals! You're honestly helping us with these videos, so thanks so much Schlatt

  • Banana_Jesus_931
    Banana_Jesus_931 2 months ago

    Motivational Life Lessons from the big guy. I love everything about these videos, from the life stories to the wisdom that’s being shared. Thank you for giving us these life lessons man🎉

  • G2 Convoy
    G2 Convoy 2 months ago

    The ice cube analogy genuinely helped me with my motivation. I’m pushing really hard at Twitch right now, being a streamer has always been a dream of mine. And it’s kinda the last one left I can pursue. Thinking about it as an ice cube like that actually makes me feel a lot better about my progress. Sure I haven’t gotten too far, but I’m starting to get more audience interaction. And it’s pretty cool. I gotta take it 1 person in chat at a time.

  • Antonio Bautista
    Antonio Bautista 2 months ago

    This makes me miss when I did have time for content creation and saw quick improvement. It was really fun too. Sadly though, one day work and school took away that time and my growth has become stagnant, although I try to do a little passion project every now and then. With that being said, I think I’m gonna try to take time this winter to create one thing I’m proud of. Thank you for inspiring me Schlatt. This channel has always been one of my greatest sources for late night self reflection lola

  • Brooklyn Taylor
    Brooklyn Taylor 2 months ago

    This actually makes a lot of sense!! I’m currently trying to recover from anorexia. And although I am “getting better” I feel very stuck and seem to be making no progress. This video helped a lot with putting my healing journey into perspective! I just bought the book for my phone so I can read it between classes lol. Thank schlatt and hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving 🫶

  • Jeremy Law
    Jeremy Law Month ago

    how do start the improvement process if you try and cant get yourself to actually act on it. the sentiment it takes time feels hollow when you cant get yourself to do anything though saying it takes time is not wrong, but if you cant do the thing that takes time what do you do.

  • tj toons
    tj toons 2 months ago

    You have no idea how much I needed this man. Love the channel, love the content, and am so happy that your on this platform. Keep it up man, your awesome.

  • Elizabeth K
    Elizabeth K 2 months ago

    Another thing that helps me when I’m working towards something and struggling that I tell everyone is that regardless of the end result, be proud of the effort. Lesser people would have quit after one fail but you’re still trying, and that in itself is an achievement.

  • FiddleStickNick
    FiddleStickNick 2 months ago +1

    This is so motivating. I've been learning VFX and 3D animation for a while now and its rough sometimes because it feels like theres a million things I need to learn. But now I can think of the ice cube. Every project gets me closer to my goals. Thanks Schlatt, this was super helpful

  • S4d1st
    S4d1st 2 months ago

    W vid, I learned this the hard way when I started working out and the consistency and loving the littlest improvements is what got me to where I am today. Amazing video schlatt, thanks for telling thousands what i've always wanted to.

  • Greenie 52
    Greenie 52 2 months ago +1

    Honestly this is exactly what I needed to hear. I've been complain that the ice isn't melting yet when I need to be more patient and consistent

  • Smoke
    Smoke 2 months ago

    Very thoughtful metaphor, thanks for bringing in the outside source to help us think about the problem at hand. I just wish something could be done to kickstart me into like getting stuff done to work towards the goal. Procastination is becoming really big for me as college continues, and I find myself falling behind more and more as the semesters move on. It's like I'm lacking the willpower I used to have in highschool these days, but the good news is I'm only a sophomore so I still have a little time turn things around. I just need to figure out how

  • Country General
    Country General 2 months ago +47

    The weekly slap just brought me this serene, festive feeling that I get every Christmas. The feeling of calm, nostalgia, a bit of happiness and a lot of wanting to meet up with friends and family. Thanks, Schlatt!

  • Melvin Van Haperen
    Melvin Van Haperen 2 months ago

    actual reall words of wisdom, my gf has been struggling a lot recently and you gave me a way of helping put things in perspective for her.
    thank you schlatt, you warmed my room a little bit in these 7 minuets

  • Filip Wojas
    Filip Wojas 2 months ago +1

    That's a great allegory with the ice cube, loved it, but using a measuring system in which it melts at 32 is just outrageous.
    Jokes aside that's some really good eye-opener about our inability to keep track of progress sometimes, thanks for that Big Man

  • BeastBoy 230
    BeastBoy 230 2 months ago

    These videos make me so calm on very stressful days like this one, thank you Schlatt

  • Diego Rodriguez
    Diego Rodriguez 2 months ago

    This channel always reappears when I feel like I needed it love this

  • Snooza
    Snooza 2 months ago

    I really loved listening to this and it really does motivate me to keep myself on being consistent. I want to be a youtuber like any other basic person lol. You, along with a lot of creators I've watched growing up as a kid brought me to where I am. I promise I will be consistent on melting that ice cube, I am not sure how well the adventure will be but it is something I have always wanted to do and something I am committed on. Hopefully one day I will be in a position like you where I get to tell the "melting ice cube" message to someone and hopefully that someone will do the same to the next person, then to the next.
    I will grab two ice cubes in the room with me, so I don't starve to death in the room because I don't think we will have food. Anyways I hope you have a bless day! Looking forward to your next video!

  • Born This Whey
    Born This Whey 2 months ago

    Love hearing your perspective. You inspire me and so many others. Thank you for uploading on this channel again!☀️

  • Lil_Green_Head
    Lil_Green_Head 2 months ago

    That ice cube analogy really hit me I was gonna start streaming after getting some success off a clip channel of a popular streamer (figured I got lucky just like ya said some people feel) and immediately hit a wall with what type of content I wanted to do this is definitely a eye opener and a way to put how I feel into words thanks big guy 💙

  • Dawson Benji
    Dawson Benji 2 months ago +1

    Thanks big man I'm a cross country runner and I'm on my way to the most important meet of my life. I've been doing this sport for 6 years now and this year I finally had my ice cube melt. I'm on varsity after 5 years of middle school and Jv. With my time going down by 3 minutes and our team getting a state win 2 years in a row and this year I was on that state winning team. But people keep asking what happened and how I got my Ice cube to melt. It took years of hard work but it's finally payed off.

  • abbie brooke
    abbie brooke 2 months ago +30

    the weekly slap makes me smile:) this one is helping me a lot especially because dude i’m stressed asf for college and it almost seems impossible. thanks schlatt for being a source of motivation and making it seem like my goals are achievable much love big man

  • Dwiin Dovah
    Dwiin Dovah 2 months ago

    This came at the perfect time for me, thank you schlatt for putting out this type of content

  • Seven
    Seven 2 months ago

    we love you, schlatt, thank you so much for bringing this channel back

  • Soap Disco
    Soap Disco 2 months ago

    I really love this one Big man! The part on the book that you mentioned reminds me of our beloved ideological study called "The old fool who leveled the mountain" or in our languages title "Ang matandang hangal na nagpatag ng bundok"
    Where it has been mentioned that working things out isn't impossible and it does really take time, even a lifetime to be able to get to wherever you want to be, but in our term that is to have the revolution that will give our country and our people the true freedom that we DESERVE.

  • Phantom Playz
    Phantom Playz 2 months ago

    Keep doing this. I have felt motivation to try harder and change things in my life ever since I started football this year, and this is like the cherry on top

  • Isaac Volpe
    Isaac Volpe 2 months ago

    I've had a bunch of set backs in the past two years and this is something I really needed today. Thanks for blessing the people with this channel and it's content.

  • Emma
    Emma 2 months ago +1

    This came at a perfect time for me. I just fell weeks behind my uni work and felt doomed to fail, yesterday I spoke to my tutors and worked out a plan to catch up. It feels like an insurmountable amount of work, but like you say day by day you can chip away at that ice cube. Love ya Schlatt, and thanks for doing these again.

  • playpaigey
    playpaigey 26 days ago

    Schlatt I love these videos. They always help me through rough times. Yesterday I just found out a family member I was very close to died in a very not-peaceful way. She either died on New Years Eve or right when it was New Years day. She unfortunately drank herself to death and was very sick. Watching these videos help me feel better and help me get out of bed in the mornings. I’ve been watching your stuff for a few years now. Since I was 14 or 15 and now I’m 18 and finishing up highschool. Love ya Schlatt ur awesome

  • SSJ4 Tarfful
    SSJ4 Tarfful 2 months ago

    Thank you SO MUCH for sharing this. I know this is cliche to say, but you don’t know how much I’ve needed to hear this. It’s time to get to work and to achieve my dreams.

  • Botanical_chloride_
    Botanical_chloride_ 2 months ago +12

    I've been struggling lately with maintaining motivation and with that feeling of hopelessness at the effort being put in not paying off, so this really hit the nail on the head for me. Thanks schlatt, keep doin what you do. 👍

  • FD FD
    FD FD 2 months ago +1

    I hope that these stick around for a while, it's nice to have these little corners where yall can loosen the facade a little and just talk about something you want. Clip-Share has lost that for sure since it's turned into a career path.

  • NTiX
    NTiX 2 months ago +1

    "Your work was not wasted, it is being stored." gotta be one of the best quotes I've heard my recent years. gives me hope that one day I'll be able to live off of what I love instead of what I must

  • Deth0terikk
    Deth0terikk 2 months ago

    This makes me feel at peace. Not having a great week. Thanks for this, big guy!

  • Mnpod
    Mnpod 2 months ago

    Thank you Schlatt, it means alot to have a person I look up to shed light on my situation; really opened my eyes.

  • CaboodL
    CaboodL 2 months ago

    thank you for making this. makes me feel like i have a gradual goal rather than a once in a lifetime shot in the dark to make something happen