Monde Sitole is an astonishing young South African. He is an educator, philosopher, fundraiser, entrepreneur, social activist and mountain climber. Monde has already climbed 4 out 7 of the world's highest peaks and now, in his mid-twenties, he intends to scale the other three - including Mt Everest without bottled oxygen. In this episode of Heavy Chef Raw, our intrepid anchor, Caley van der Kolk hikes the Cape Town's most sedentary peak, Constantia Nek (Everest, it ain't) - and gleans an extraordinary lesson from an extraordinary individual.
Heavy Chef's very own Video Anchor, Caley van der Kolk, continues with her very meta series of articles documenting her lessons as she creates Heavy Chef's online video channel, entitled Raw. This follows her first article, last month, where Caley outlines the preparation required in starting a vlog - and the second article focusing on the equipment you'll need to vlog. Now, Caley turns her lens (geddit?) on syndicating your vlog and how to gain followers.
Heavy Chef content manager and show host, Caley van der Kolk, outlines 4 essential points in the filming process in creating online video content. This is the second of three articles (read the first article in the series here). We'd love to hear your feedback on these articles - and remember to subscribe to Heavy Chef's YouTube channel here.
Our intrepid Show Host, Ms Caley van der Kolk, has been travelling the world over the past few months meeting some of the world's most influential people. Armed with a Canon E700 and a Huawei Mate 10 Pro, Caley has been capturing footage of the interactions she's had - and now sharing it on the Heavy Chef channel 'Raw'. In the midst of all this travelling, Caley has written a three part series about her thoughts on Vlogging. Is this a good idea for your personal brand? Is this something your company should consider? Read Caley's article here.