How to Feel Confident on Camera… Even if it makes you want to throw up ;)
It still surprises me when I learn how many people are not leveraging the power of Live Video. And, more often than not, it is because they are afraid. The fear of what people might think, of what might happen while broadcasting a live video is palpable. And… so common.
Recently, I was chatting with my dear friend, live video expert Ian Anderson Gray, and I learned that he is more of an introvert than an extrovert. Which many people are surprised to learn because of his amazing commitment to live video.
One thing that I hear from a lot of our students is… “Oh! But Molly! You are such an extrovert this must be easy for you!”
So, yeah – I get that there are some aspect of this craziness that might be a little easier for me because of my theater background and general extrovertedness… but, for the most part I've had to push through LOADS of fear to get to the comfort level I'm currently at.
This is something I love talking about with Ian because he is soooo real in his approach to moving through the fear and sharing a message with those that need it.
Whether you are looking to summon the courage to go live for the first time, or step into a bigger more expanded level of visibility, I hope you'll join us as we share 5 Ways to Be Confident on Camera… even if the thought of going live makes you want to throw up. 😉
Are you up for joining us??
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1. Admit your fears!
2. Use Bullet Points!!
3. Use The Fear!!
4. Empathy! Connect as Humans!!
- Go Live for just YOU (change your privacy setting so it's set to “only me.”
- Watch the video and find 3 Positive Things and 3 Ways to Improve
- Go live in a small group so you can experience the “fear” in a small loving group.