Discover the 10 Deceptions You Need to Know that Live Video Experts are Wrongly Teaching You and They Don’t Even Realize it
We have just released a new getting started with live video free report to Here Next Year subscribers called,
MISGUIDED: 10 Deceptions Live Video Experts are Wrongly Teaching You and They Don’t Even Realize it
This free report is not an attempt to disprove the actual tips and strategies live video experts are actively teaching. Our premise is that live video experts have been in front of a camera for so many years that they’ve simply lost touch with the rest of the general population wanting to get started with live video.
The intent of this document is to serve as a supplement to what other live video experts are providing in their free instructional videos, closed Facebook groups, and products and memberships for purchase.
Here is an excerpt as an example:
Deception #2 of 10: Live Video is Only for Fast Thinkers and Talkers
The Reality: Thinking faster and talking faster is like replacing soda in your diet with water. You know it’s going to be difficult to accept, but you know how important it is because it works. And, it will get easier the more you continue.
In traditional public speaking, novices are taught to slow down as they typically talk way too fast at the beginning of their speaking improvement journey. In live video, you must learn to speed up. But, there’s a difference. You do not want your speech to be frantic to the point that you sound out of breath. You do not want your speaking pace to get ahead of your thinking, so you become paralyzed by being unsure what to say next.
Instead, you want your voice to naturally flow at a speed that is captivating to busy video watchers with limited attention spans.
This heightened speed of thought and voice output develops over time. You cannot just attend someone’s two-hour web-based workshop and expect to suddenly have those perfect sentences flowing out of your mouth like the pros. You cannot read a book expecting immediate results either. Your natural live video speaking pace needs to develop over a period of a few months, and you will need to be reminded of your improvement and be encouraged along the way.
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Continue to buy all you can afford when it comes to learning live video presentation skills and using new trends in equipment. But, know that those same experts are teaching, you without even realizing it, some very incorrect video beliefs and practices at the same time.