With our increasing love of video, having the tools to express yourself and connect with your audience online has never been more important.
So if you’ve thought: “I don’t know where to start, what would I even talk about?” Or “I have so much to talk about, so I’ll say it all….’
This episode is for you because neither option will support your audience until you learn how to craft your unique and succinct story and use storytelling techniques to convey your message.
Then you can worry about managing your nerves, put boundaries in place to reduce vulnerability fatigue and ensure the video is actually recording.
In this episode, we chat about the following:
✨ Why more women, BIPOC, queer, and neurodiverse people need to get in front of the camera
✨ How to identify your key messages and create your origin story
✨ Simple techniques you can use to improve the way you deliver your story
✨ Why it’s important to remember the audience on the other side of the screen
✨ Tools and training you can use to grow your skills and confidence
✨ Three things you can do today to prepare for your first public speaking opportunity
Jacqui Maloney is an actress/voiceover artist and media trainer. Using her years of experience on stage, in front of a camera and on a microphone, Jacqui helps mentor those in the business space about how to promote themselves best and share their story with the world using different forms of media.
Need help building confidence and nailing your performance on camera? Maybe you want to become a more charismatic public speaker? Or, if you want to improve your vocal skills for podcasts or live interviews, Jacqui is your go-to.
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