Simplicity should be the one of cornerstones of doing a great video. Not to confuse simplicity with being simplistic. Simplicity simply just means to tell your story with focus and don’t try to impress by using very stylized visuals that are not really needed.
With a give-to-get attitude it could make-work easy when you are thinking of doing things for someone else. By doing things for others, puts you easily in a position of having the audience point of view and really emphasizing with them.
Even a 30-second video came from hours of head wringing, and much trial and error from the conceptualization to the end product. Having that patience and calm always spring creativity to the producer. When you think that you are creatively stuck it really doesn’t help being stress about it. Breathe. Smile and start again.
Having a single pointedness idea could be a lifesaver especially when doing videos. I’m sure you have watched videos with multiple messages and then in the end, you had no idea what you have watched. Stay clear and focus on what is your message, and try not to go beyond 1 idea at a time.
Detachment can be often confused with the "I don't care attitude" but it is far from not caring. Being detached with your work is actually not being bothered on what the outcome is, (will i win awards, or get praised for this). It is being fully engrossed with the work without your ego getting in the way. Seeing things objectively could drastically improve your work, whatever the outcome is.