Let’s say you know you want to sound like you have more energy on camera even though all you want to do is take a nap.
Let’s say you are working hard to be more energetic on camera, but you don’t know how to turn it around.
You’re in the right place.
Today, you’re going to learn how you can create energy on camera even when you don’t feel like you have any, you’ll get my 4 tips to creating energy when you’re on video and the main reason why this effort is so important.
What you’ll learn in this episode:
*How you can use your performance on camera to stand out from the crowd
*4 tips to creating energy on video
*Bonus tips to set you up for success on camera
Links mentioned in this episode:
*STANDOUT Episode 52 – Engage Your Audience Using Livestreaming with Jennifer Quinn
*STANDOUT Episode 54 – How To Look Good On A Webinar
*STANDOUT Episode 55 – How To Avoid Being Nervous On Camera
*STANDOUT Episode 56 – Should You Hire A Professional Videographer?
*STANDOUT Episode 57 – The Benefits Of Batching Your Videos
*STANDOUT Episode 58 – Become a Better Interviewer
*Video examples of speakers who effectively use their hands while speaking:
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