Ep. 13: How to turn YouTube into your career
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When his plans on attending med school didn’t pan out, SHAD Fellow 2010 Matt Shea decided to make his living doing something he loved. He created and published YouTube videos and now has close to two million subscribers. Listen now to hear the secret to his success.
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