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015: 5 Myths About Being On Camera

I’m loving today’s topic, because getting people to go on camera can sometimes be like dragging them kicking and screaming towards a scary thing. A rollercoaster, I’m afraid of rollercoasters so it’s like dragging me literally kicking and screaming towards a rollercoaster. I have no shame in that situation, I’m going all out to never get on that thing even though I feel like I should, and that feels a bit like the people who want to get on camera but aren’t. So I’m digging into some of the lies people believe about being on camera, maybe you believe some or all of them too. These are by no means exhaustive, I wanted to keep this episode short and sweet after all … insert cheeky winky face here.

performance, planning, mindset, editing

003: Are Your Videos Undermining Your Expertise?

Today I wanna talk about the shit people do in their videos that actually undermines their expertise, because if you want your videos to reflect the level of professionalism you bring to every other part of your business, then you need to make sure your videos aren’t taking you out at the knees without you realising it.