Creating your first video shouldn’t be that hard or as bad as you may think.
But have you ever heard the term “practice what you preach” before?
Well, I have and I also happen to understand it quite well.
How can anyone teach something if they’re not doing it themselves first, it doesn’t makes any sense right?
Just to make things more interesting, I am far from being a motivator or an expert on these video creation matters but I can share with you what my experiences were and how I dealt with this whole fear of the camera thing and finally managed to overcome my fears.
My first gift ONLY for Subscribers
I interviewed Patrick Griffin (Internet Marketer & Journalist from the UK) during my Video Review Challenge.
I honestly was very scared during the initial time of the interview, that I didn’t even let Patrick talk for something like a minute and thirty some seconds afterwards LOL (sorry Pat!)
I still managed to interview Patrick and get some really amazing tips, all of this just for you!
Patrick Griffin Interview (Video Excerpt)
On the FULL interview (41:09 min) we talk about:
- Getting started as an Internet Marketer
- What topics can you talk about on your first video
- Estimated time to recording your first videos
- What to do with your video if you believe it doesn’t provides any value
- Dealing with mistakes during video recording sessions
- Using video for branding yourself
- How to use Squeeze pages on Traffic Exchanges
- Going from nervous on camera to taking questions from a live audience like a champ
- Benefits from doing live appearances on Internet Marketing channels
- Important differences between recording yourself vs interacting with others live
- Going from incomplete projects (perfectionism syndrome) to getting it done
- And much more!
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Special THANKS go out to Patrick Griffin for making a huge space and spending his valuable time with me to create this amazing interview.
I appreciate it a TON man and I can only hope we can work again and create more content anytime soon, thank you sir, you really ROCK! ;-)
Thanks for reading and watching, I hope you enjoyed this training call.