The Importance of organizations such as the MLW (Major League Whiffle Ball)

Footage of an MLW game

What if I told you that there was a professional wiffleball organization? You would probably think that I’m crazy. Well, there is a professional whiffle ball organization. It is known as the MLW. (Major League Wiffle Ball). Kyle Schultz, his brother Daniel and their friends took their passion for a backyard sport and monetized it.

The MLW YouTube channel has 275,000 subscribers. Some of their videos have reached over one million views. This type of exposure helps any potential newcomer to wiffle ball find their YouTube channel. In addition to their YouTube Channel, they have a website where they sell merchandise and equipment to play wiffle ball. We should all strive to create an organization such as this. If you can do it, you will have a source of income that you control, and you will have a community that will expand to new heights.

It is quite an accomplishment to monetize your hobby or passion. Having a community to do it helps everyone accomplish that. Today, many people are seeking community. We need to create organizations and communities such as the MLW. Many people became depressed and suicidal during the 2020 lockdowns. The best thing you can do for yourself is to find a community that is into a hobby that you’re into and create friendships.

Monetizing your hobby is the best thing you can do for yourself and your family. If you monetize your hobby, you will have a second source of income, a potential business that you’re in control of, and you’ll have ultimate autonomy. Many people don’t like their jobs or want to do something else for work. I want everyone who reads this article to consider this. I hope you enjoyed this article.




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