You need a lot of passion for whatever it is that you are doing. Without passion, any rational person would give up. So if you're not having fun doing it, if you don't absolutely love it, you're going to give up. If you look at the people that end up becoming successful in the eyes of society, often times they are the ones who love what they do. And the ones that don't love what they do, quit. Because they're sane, right? Who would put up with tough issues if you don't love it? So it's a lot of hard work and its a lot of worrying constantly. If you don't love what you are doing, you're going to fail.
When you decide to either post a video, comment, or respond to a comment, you are opening yourself for argument. I've realized that YouTube is a great space for arguing with others and their believes in a particular writing space. There is always a side that one can take when arguing or disputing someones comment. If a person takes the protagonist position, that person would be stating their side and why they support it. The antagonist of an argument would take the opposing side and attempt to negate any kind of argument that the protagonist has come up with. Because YouTube is a public space, anyone can comment, which leaves room for a ton of negative comments without backing up their arguments. I believe that I have researched both sides of different arguments and the ones that people have made on this medium, and recognized what makes an argument strong or weak no matter which side has been taken.