006: Feeling Confident on Video with Chrissy Ball
If your business has a public-facing image, you need to be able to connect. You need to be able to talk to your perfect audience and patients in order to build and nurture relationships and grow a thriving, successful business. And more than ever before, that means connecting over video.
I met Chrissy Ball at a conference and we immediately caught each other’s eye. Chrissy is a wife, mom, and stuntwoman. She’s been in feature films and on TV, and has eighteen years of experience being in front of the camera. She understands how creating video translates to building a business and connecting with our communities.
Today, Chrissy joins the podcast to talk about why the camera rarely comes naturally to anyone – and how you can conquer the learning curve of being on camera and up your game when it comes to video appearances.
- Why it isn’t easy to just show up and look good on camera – and what makes so many of us short circuit and shut down when faced with this challenge.
- The psychology behind why we like looking at certain people on camera – and how to make authenticity resonate through a camera lens.
- How to be aware of what’s in your background and bring the focus back to you.
- How to keep your explanations simple as a health practitioner when speaking on-camera.
- Why now is the time to stop hiding behind excuses and give 100% to your audience.
5 Tips for Making Great Videos!
I’ve got something special for Clinical Entrepreneur podcast listeners. If you want to level up your videos, check out Chrissy Ball’s simple to use Resource – 5 Tips for Making Great Videos!
ShareablesThink about why you are making the video and who you are talking to. – Chrissy Ball Click To Tweet You don’t need years of formal training to get in front of your camera; all you have to do is feel comfortable and connect with the person who is watching you. - Chrissy Ball Click To Tweet
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