Video is a powerful tool.
Capturing moments and recording them in a video has become accessible and easier now more than ever. Through smartphones or affordable cameras, anyone can turn their perceptions and imaginations into reality by creating high-quality videos and sharing them to the world, all for the hopes of expressing, entertaining, and inspiring.
But many people consider making videos a challenging endeavor, and imposter syndrome easily gets in.
"What if they judge me?"
"I am not skilled at this."
Tell me, you're thinking along the same lines, aren’t you?
Overcome these fears by turning them into strength and inspiration! The truth is, the art of video creation can unleash your confidence and will allow you to explore endless possibilities of self-improvement and connections.
Crafting a video empowers you: It challenges you to be real, to communicate with others, and to broadcast your creations to a global audience.
That's why I am thrilled to have Tracy Phillips with me in this episode as she shares her journey to becoming a video and visibility expert. Tracy trains and collaborates with individuals who desire to utilize the video platform to connect to a global audience.
By creating a video, you're stepping outside of your comfort zone. So if you want to be confident and visible in your craft, consider creating a video today!
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About Tracy Phillips:
Tracy Phillips is an Emmy-nominated video and visibility expert who trains and works with CEOs, key opinion leaders, medical professionals, visionaries, and best-selling authors who want to use their visibility to impact their internal and global audiences.
Tracy's "laugh and learn" style of presenting has made her a highly sought-after speaker, trainer, and workshop facilitator. Her clients include New York Times best-selling authors and Fortune 500 companies.
Her presentation recipe is one part motivation and two parts learning, peppered with moments of real, raw, and unexpected humor.
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