I had the chance to hear Lisa Nichols speak at the eWomenNetwork Conference. She’s been featured on “The Secret,” Oprah, Larry King Live, etc. and she’s one of my favourites.
Lisa brought me up on stage for some laser coaching. With my “knees knocking” and voice quivering, she helped me communicate my story with intense vulnerability and emotion. It was phenomenal!
At a previous conference, I got a few minutes with her and she shared her daily ritual. This will fill you up, so you can go out and and give so much more to your clients and customers. It’s simple and powerful. You can do it today.
Recently I met Ravy Mehroke, the co-founder/owner of the successful Bombay Brow Bar.
I love that Ravi’s a self-professed introvert.
So why does she speak at events and how does she handle it?
We met at an event hosted by the Vancouver Board of Trade.
Afterward, I impromptu asked if I could interview her on my cell phone camera.
Thanks to BMO for the invite and for supporting women entrepreneurs!
When I first started working in TV, I really struggled doing my own make up…until I learned one technique that made my life so much easier!
A client asked me to record a video, because she thought my make up looked natural. So here is my very first make up tutorial.
It all boils down to this tool. You may want to run out and buy one!
We all hate it…
We all fear it….
Those extra 10 lbs that the camera adds when we’re on video.
But you’ll be surprised how this simple tip can instantly make you look slimmer on camera.
I had a wonderful opportunity to speak at WeCapella.
The purpose? To inspire folks to create innovative digital content
So I tried something pretty risky on stage!
I wanted to record part of it for you and walked deep into the forest so I didn’t feel so shy.
Lately I’ve been getting a lot of media attention –
CBC Radio, Vancouver Sun Newspaper, some Korean publications.
I’ve discovered this comes with some unexpected dissatisfactions as well.
When I spoke in Nova Scotia, almost everyone said this ONE TIP that made video blogging so much easier for them.
So I got all 170 people to share this tip with you!!! It’s pretty fun and awesome – take a look!
Traveling can stimulate your senses with heightened feelings of touch, taste, smell, sight and sound.
So experience your full “feeling range” when recording your videos! You’ll give a more authentic performance when you’re in tune with all of your senses.
Watch what happened for me here!
Staying present in the moment, while feeling your senses will make a huge difference to how you come across on video.
See how Phoenix, Arizona inspired me!
You may think sunny conditions are idea for video filming, but that isn’t the case! Warm up to this quick tip from my most recent travels.
I’m a big fan of using natural light in videos, but you can get too much of a good thing. When you’re shooting outside, here are the ideal conditions so you can look your best.
You know those days where you’re not feeling 100%, but still need to get a job done? I just had one of those. Over the years I’ve learned how to deal with it and still make a video. Here’s how you can too!
Remember, feeling a bit sluggish doesn’t mean you can’t still rock it on camera!