HERE'S THE TRUTH:
I wasn’t always comfortable on camera, so I understand the feelings of anxiety, and fear when you think about being on video.
I was once being interviewed on video, and the second I was asked about myself, my mind went blank, my mouth went dry, and my heart began racing.
I went off on tangents trying to find the right words to speak, and when I walked out of the room that day, I felt completely disappointed with myself. Do you know the feeling?
This propelled me to take course after course from “techniques on camera,” to “be natural on camera,” to “be one with the camera,” and what I gained was more frustration, because the fear didn’t subside. Until one teacher said something to me that changed everything.
Once I heard these words, and combined them with a structured process, magic happened. (The funny thing is, later down the road, those same exact words were repeated to me by a famous mentor of mine, which I’ll tell you all about when we work together.)
This magic is what I am so excited to share with you in my workshop course.