Oh my, it’s been quite some time since I posted a blog for ya.
Well here’s one to help bring in 2016 and to kickstart your own video journey.
When I first launched my biz, I made a BIG mistake. Actually, three, to be precise.
In today’s video, I share how my (re)branding lessons are transforming my biz, and also how these simple morsels can help YOU make better videos.
Dive on in and be sure to leave a comment below with your biggest takeaway. I adore hearing about where you’re at in your video adventures!
Wishing you a deeeelightful new year!
Make sure to leave a comment and join the convo.
And as always…
Sarah Michelle Brown
Your Virtual Video Director
You are awesome! Love these videos!
Hi Susan! Thanks so much, lady. I can’t wait for you to get started with your video blog. When are you aiming to get started? Cheers!
Go for the joy
Great one to go with Natasha! Do you have any ideas of how you can make shooting your videos more fun? Cheers!
Most definitely: Go for the Joy!! Make the most of what you have and enjoy life! A great video for me would be inspiring and fun. Thank you Sarah!
Love it Aviva! Glad to point you in this direction. I have a lil saying: Life is too short to have panic attacks when you press record. And it’s sooo true. lol
Inspiring and fun sound like fan-freakin-tastic goals. Let me know if you have any Q’s. 🙂
Loved it…!!!. Thank you & so looking forward to connecting. I will def go for the joy!> x
Great choice Davinder. Can’t wait to connect again. Go for it lady!
I loved this! I’m working on bringing in the joy and not compartmentalizing right now. 🙂
YES Eleanor!! Give yourself that space to play. 🙂
Bring ME into my videos, not just the content!
I totally agree Cleona! You can do it lady, it’s just about taking it one step at a time. 🙂
Biggest take away– “Don’t leave your best parts out.”
I’m looking forward to getting to the point where I am more present. My nerves and monkey brain get in the way of being fully “there” when speaking on camera. My guess is that only practice and experience will help to lessen that.
SO grateful to have you as a mentor, Sarah. It helps to work through and confront these pieces.
You got it sister! It takes practice, a supportive community, patience with your progress, and taking it step-by-step. You can soooo do it Carmen!!!!
Thanks for sharing these tips, Sarah! I totally agree with you. I am a designer and artist and working on a course to teach video to others too. It has been a bit challenging because it’s taking longer than I expected due to the need I have to add myself and what I love into it. My first 4-week course is on “Finding Your Wardrobe for Video”. I’ll be following you. Facebook just introduced us!
Love it Katrina!! I just brought in one of my fave wardrobe stylists as a bonus for my On-Camera Bootcamp. It was DREAMY to chat clothes with him for an hour. Woo! Do it up sister, and let me know how your program goes. 🙂