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How to Get Over The Fear of Going Live

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One of my top strategies for you to build your brand is by doing live videos. People connect to you most through this outlet.

Do you get freaked out on LIVE camera? Or Shutter the thought of doing a Facebook Live? Then this video is for you!

Check out what Hanalei Swan-Unstoppable Girl has to say. She is the CEO of Hanalei Swan Designs “The Art Of Fashion” and Travelling Art by Hanalei.

Freaked About LIVE Film?

Do you get freaked out on LIVE camera? Or Shutter the thought of doing a Facebook Live?Then today's video is for you!! How to overcome your fear of LIVE filming by the one and only Hanalei Swan-Unstoppable Girl CEO of Hanalei Swan Designs "The Art Of Fashion" and Travelling Art by Hanalei1. Keep it simple.When you try to make things complicated it just makes things harder. There is nothing more intimidating than having a page full of notes and knowing you need to cover everything in detail and once you miss something you have to start over. I've been there. It’s hard, but by breaking the video down into the most important points (bullet points work well) you can make your life so much easier.2. Speak from your heart.This is is so important, if you know your material and passionate about what you are talking about this will be very easy. Your visitors can spot a fake a mile away. I had a video mentor tell me that, “you are the best you, you can be.” That comment helped me so much, because I was trying to be someone who I’m not, so be yourself and speak on what you know.3. Keep it short.When you are first starting out don’t try to cram everything into one video. It’s okay if you have to record a five part series, actually I encourage that more than a 15 minute video because you can annotate and link to each video with YouTube cards. Create YouTube playlists that will help you take your viewers on a journey and keep them engaged with your content.Photography Triple lighting kit4. Always maintain eye contact with the camera.This is an essential part of a video blog, you have to look at the camera. It’s so basic, but I see many people looking off camera and I am wondering who are they talking to. One tip is that I imagine I am talking to a good friend and that I am helping her with her videos so even if I have a room full of people watching me film, I’m über focused on that lens.5. Don’t focus on perfection.It’s hard to see every flaw in your video, your hair, weight and more. There are some things we can change in post production, but often times you will do 15 takes to try to get a two minute video. I've been there, but you can do what Hanalei did in the video above, share outtakes and keep it light, that way you can show another side of you that your audience may never see. It’s amazing how bloopers and outtakes can help you connect with your audience. Hey, we're taking our own advice in this blog so I hope you are too!Be sure to comment below on your thoughts and idea's you have for getting over LIVE film.. ( let Hanalei know how well she did too 😉 This will help her confidence) XOOX Rhonda#BEUNSTOPPABLE

Publié par Unstoppable Momma – Rhonda Swan sur mercredi 26 juillet 2017

1. Keep it simple.

When you try to make things complicated it just makes things harder. There is nothing more intimidating than having a page full of notes and knowing you need to cover everything in detail. You think if you miss something then you have to start over.

I’ve been there. The best idea is to break your message down into small bullet points with keywords that will remind you of what you need to say.

2. Speak from your heart.

Your visitors can spot a fake a mile away. I had a video mentor tell me that, “you are the best you, you can be.” That comment helped me so much, because I was trying to be someone who I’m not. So, be yourself and speak on what you know.

3. Keep it short.

When you are first starting out, don’t try to cram everything into one video. It’s okay if you have to record a five part series. I encourage you to stick with no more than 15 minutes. This way you can annotate and link to each video with YouTube cards.

Create YouTube playlists that will help you take your viewers on a journey and keep them engaged with your content.

4. Always maintain eye contact with the camera.

This is an essential part of a video blog- you have to look at the camera. It’s such a basic concept. But I see many people looking off camera and I am wondering who are they talking to.

One tip is to imagine you are talking to a good friend and helping them with their videos. It helps me stay über focused on that lens, so even if I have a room full of people watching me, I’m calm.

5. Don’t focus on perfection.

It’s hard to see every flaw in your video like your hair, weight and more. There are some things we can change in post production, but often times you will do 15 takes to try to get a two minute video. I’ve been there, but you can do what Hanalei did in the video above. She sharee outtakes and kept it light. That way you can show another side of you that your audience may never see. It’s amazing how bloopers and outtakes can help you connect with your audience.

Hey, we’re taking our own advice in this blog so I hope you are too! Be sure to comment below on your thoughts and idea’s you have for getting over LIVE film. Let Hanalei know how well she did, too! This will help her confidence!

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