I even know some confident public speakers who are happy to speak from a stage in front of a couple of thousand people but won’t do videos of themselves. Speaking on camera can bring up unique worries so it’s something to work with.
It’s about grabbing and holding the attention of your audience and taking them on a journey with you that evokes interest and emotion.
Video content not only brings the human side to your brand but is more effective in allowing your prospects to get to know you and how you will deliver your service to them.
In this blog, I share how common coping techniques many people use to overcome the fear of speaking on camera, can actually make things worse – and what to do instead.
Your inner critic will not give you helpful feedback but instead exaggerate the negative qualities of your performance in a way that completely undermines your confidence.