Livestreaming video is one of the best ways to connect with your ideal client, but let’s face it, talking into a camera can feel uncomfortable or downright scary when you’re first starting out.
If you aren’t doing live video yet, there’s a good chance it’s because the thought of it makes you really nervous, and if that’s the case it just means you are totally normal.
Ahhh… I remember when I first started doing video I couldn’t have anyone in the house with me. Now, with hundreds of videos under my belt I could go live right in the middle of Grand Central Station without skipping a beat.
Here’s the good news my friend, you CAN overcome your fear, and in this episode, we’re going to share our top 6 tips with you that are going to be a huge help to get you started.
- Our inside secrets to building your confidence quickly with baby steps
- What to put your focus on before you go live to feel more relaxed and comfortable in front of the camera
- The easiest way to get practice, so you feel more comfortable going live, (I wish I had this option when I was first starting out)
- What NOT to do on your livestream videos if you want people to feel connected to you
If live video is something you haven’t done yet because you’re nervous, you’ll want to tune in to find out how you can conquer your fear of live video.
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