Sunday is the perfect day to catch up on global and tech news on Bloomberg TV.
There I was curled up on the sofa watching David Westin’s Wall Street Week as he recaps what’s going in the markets and with the corporate giants. Good stuff!
Then I saw this. Throughout this segment, the interviewee wasn’t looking into the camera lens. Which one are you? Are you guilty of being letter B?
No matter which filming device you use, if you’re looking at yourself, then you’re not looking into the camera lens.
Which one would you rather be in this scenario: A or B? Give it some thought and jot down three (3) reasons why you made your choice.
If you’re on Zoom or watched enough videos as I have, you’ve seen a lot of people who are just like B. Right? And you may be one of them yourself. Am I right?
Hence, this is one reason the video master series was created because I wanted to share some pivotal tips to help you when it comes to creating videos.
What else are you doing, and you’re not aware of it? All you need is a little guidance and a blueprint to help you along the way.
If you’re feeling like you could use support as you’re learning more about creating videos, and how to leverage your smartphone, I recommend you enroll and get unlimited access to The Easiest Video Creating Mastery Video Series.
It took me YEARS and a lot of hours to catch my stride with creating videos. That is why I put together this easy-to-follow and self-paced online training.
Creating videos doesn’t have to be difficult when you have a blueprint and guidance. I can show you how easy it is.