How to Overcome Video Fear and Be Comfortable on Camera | 4-min Fast Track Video Ep #53

Is your fear of being in front of the camera holding you back from improving your video marketing game? If you’re not taking advantage of video marketing, you probably know that you should be! You just need to overcome video fear and become comfortable on camera.

I see so many of my clients taking the plunge, and it makes me so happy! I honestly believe that there is no better way to connect with your audience. Why? Because they get to see you. The real you. This genuine connection creates much better long-term results and helps you build a bigger and more loyal following.

The key is to present your most authentic self, and that can be downright scary! And with those fears comes your inner critic: you don’t look good enough, you’ll sound stupid, the production value won’t cut it, people will think you’re a fraud, etc. Stop! Take a deep breath. Keep reading and then watch the video below because I’m about to share my very best video creation tips with you.

Tip: Remember that it’s about your audience and their needs!

I’m sharing:

  • How to get over the fear of not looking and sounding your best
  • Who to “talk to” when you’re recording
  • What you can do with your eyes to keep your focus and eliminate the fear
  • Why “practice makes perfect” still applies

If you’re ready to overcome your fear, get in front of the camera and share your message as only you can, you don’t want to miss this 4-min Fast Track video!     

 

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