"Camera Shy" or Stage Fright Can Be A Thing of the Past

HERE'S WHAT YOU'LL BE LEARNING

  • 01

    Why We ALL Need This Course In Today's Digital Age

  • 02

    START HERE: Welcome to Speaking With Greater Confidence

    • The Art of Clarity & Focus

    • Define & Achieve Your Goals

  • 03

    PART 1: PREPARING FOR SPEAKING

    • 1.1 THE Most Important Part

    • 1.2 Define Your Audience

    • 1.3 Creating An Outline

    • 1.4 Formatting For The Medium

    • 1.5 Land the Delivery

    • 1.6 Practice Makes Practice

    • 1.7 Check, Check...Can you hear me now?

    • 1.8 Quell The Initial Nerves

    • 1.9 You're Not the Star

  • 04

    PART 2: TECHNICAL SET-UP

    • 2.1 Getting Set-Up

    • 2.2 Gear Checklist

    • 2.3 What Software To Use

    • 2.4 Teleprompter Vs. Bullet Points

    • 2.5 Line Memorization Tips

    • 2.6 Thoughts on Using Cards or Notes

    • 2.7 Blocking & Set Design

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    PART 3: OVERCOMING ANXIETY

    • 3.1 Overcoming Camera Anxiety Intro

    • 3.2 Personifying the Camera

    • 3.3 Inhale, Exhale. Rinse & Repeat.

    • 3.4 Importance of Slowing Down & Silence

    • 3.5 Look Beyond The Horizon Line

    • 3.6 Dealing With On-Camera Mistakes

    • 3.7 Q.T.I.P. It

    • 3.8 Position Yourself As The Expert

    • 3.9 The Importance of Posture

    • 3.10 Let Go, Have Fun!

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    PART 4: LIGHTS, CAMERA, RECORD!

    • 4.1 What To Wear (Yes, It Matters)

    • 4.2 Tips for Blocking And Framing

    • 4.3 Give your eyes a focal point

    • 4.4 Studio Set Tips for Optimal Recording

    • 4.5 Audio Tools & Tips

    • 4.6 Lighting Tools & Tips

  • 07

    PART 5: POST-PRODUCTION TOOLS

    • 5.1 Post-Production Editing Resources

    • 5.2 Hire A Team, or DIY?

    • 5.3 Additional Tips I've Learned Along The Creative Way

    • 5.4 Watching The Playbacks...eek!

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    PART 6: ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

    • 6.1 That's a Wrap! General Tips To Improve Over Time

    • 6.2 Books, Additional Video Creators, Resource LInks

    • 6.3 Book a 1-On-1 For Accelerated Improvement

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS COURSE

Having confidence when speaking in front of a camera can be one of the fastest ways to gain credibility and authority over an audience.

  • Preparation and learning your audience

  • Taking the pressure off of the lens

  • Gear you'll need for various outlets and platforms

  • Memorization tips, use a teleprompter vs. improv

  • Getting over anxiety and "masking" mistakes

  • What to wear, where to look and your studio set-up

  • Editing resources and suggestions

  • Additional resources, e-tools, videos and consultations

Speaking With Greater Confidence On Camera

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