5 Days to Confidence on Camera! 📹🤳🌟

Uncategorized Mar 07, 2019

Raise your hand if you've ever felt nervous recording yourself on camera. 🙋‍♀️

If you fear or avoid being on video, you're certainly not alone in your resistance. A large majority of people experience the whole public-speaking-is-scarier-than-death thing. But that’s not an excuse... if you've got a fire in your belly to share a message with the world, you're going to need to 'put yourself out there.'

Maybe you want to create the online business you've always dreamt of. Maybe you simply want to get better at doing instagram stories. Or maybe you have knowledge that you know other people would be eager to learn, and you want to film an online course (you know how much I love to make those!! 😍). In any of these cases, you've got to get comfortable being on video. And it's worth it too... here are some incredible statistics:

The e-learning market is expected to hit $275 billion by 2020. And videos are the crucial currency of online education: viewers retain 95% of a message when they watch it via video, compared to 10% when reading it in text.

Plus on social media, videos generate 12 times more shares than text and images combined. The reality is plain and clear:

If you want to attain and keep your customers’ attention, you’re going to want to put yourself in front of a camera.

This is why I'm so excited to share a brand new *free* offering with you... 🌟

A few weeks ago, I headed to Kajabi Headquarters in Irvine, California to team up with them and film a new online mini-course: 5 Days To Confidence on Camera. If you're not familiar with Kajabi, they're the online business platform that I use to host my online courses, website, email marketing, shopping cart, landing pages and more. I am a super-fan of their product and the spirit of their company.

Kajabi is incredibly generous about supporting aspiring info-preneurs with free training about how to create and market online content. I wanted to add to the wealth of information they're offering, so I offered to share my five-step process for building your confidence on video, so you can film and market the online course of your dreams.

Here's what I cover in 5 Days to Confidence on Camera:

On Day 1, you’ll learn how to use your eye focus to regulate your nervous system and become fully present. This a simple but incredibly powerful technique to bring you back into confident presence any time.

On Day 2, I'll teach you how to engage your body language so that you don’t feel weird or stuck while you’re filming. We'll also do a warm up so you know how to get yourself ready to film.

On Day 3, you’ll learn one of the best things I teach: a simple but amazing trick for your breathing that creates automatic authenticity. (This tip alone is worth the price of admission 😜).

On Day 4, I'll share why the inflections of your voice impact your viewers’ understanding, and how to break out of unhelpful vocal patterns. You'll practice catching yourself in your own habits, and creating more dynamic vocal inflections.

And on Day 5, we'll talk about how to connect to your audience while you’re filming, even though they aren’t there or watching in real time. This is the super important and final step to solidify your confidence.

Imagine making a video that you feel great about. One that you watch back and say: “Wow, that captures exactly who I want to be!

Imagine hearing raving reviews and thank you's from your dream customers all because they've come to know, like, and trust you from watching the awesome videos that you’ve made.

We all have the ability to harness this modern-age power of video. And if the confidence to put yourself on camera is the one thing holding you back, then I cordially invite you to dive into 5 Days to Confidence on Camera with me today.

Click here to enroll in the FREE 5 Days To Confidence on Camera mini-course

See you in there!

xo,

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