After checking your channel, I can say that it's just a start. If you are on YouTube just to earn money from the initial place without developing your influence then you're totally wrong. Take an instance of many other channels that stands out of the crowd. Some are even now building their influences even after meeting the eligibility criteria to monetize the channel. Even me, I have more than 250 videos but I am not monetizing it right now because I want to build my influence like all other YouTubers are doing. Getting 1k to 5k views per videos is not worth monetizing.
When it comes to your contents on YouTube, you should post videos from life hacks, tutorials, how to, coaching, tips and tricks, comedy, talk the talk etc instead of posting videos that you have already uploaded.
Once you have good videos, copy the title and three keywords from your description and paste it on Tags. Most newbies just go on uploading videos without even writing a proper title, and I have also seen most people would leave the description BLANK. Description is optional but it can attract new viewers before watching video, most people prefer to read description.
Add tags keywords in tags section. You should copy the whole title and two to three keywords from description and paste it in tags to index your video. This way, when people searches they will find the right content.
Thumbnails can be a burden for creator. It's very easy to create an attractive thumbnails, but it consumes a lot of time. Be creative. Lastly, YouTube has updated their policies from 10K views to 4000 watch hours and 1000 subscribers before you enable monetization.
Hackers never learns but always wins!