Video Presentation Coaching

Presenter-Focused Pointers for your Video Shoot

Taking you “behind the scenes”. On-camera prep tips for your next video shoot. Plus, common mistakes that can be a challenge to fix in the edit.

How to Demo Product on Video without the hard-sell

You’d be surprised at how many people fumble or simply forget how to use their hands once the camera is trained on them. Watch this quick “behind the scenes” video and apply this subtle technique in your own business videos.

Screech and Shrill on Video! Why Your Voice Could Irritate your Viewer

Think of a voice that is shrill, screechy, loud or jarring. How does it make you feel? Most of us will feel irritated, instinctively turning our heads away trying to mentally tune them out – that’s your brains pre-wired evolutionary survival mechanism kicking in.

On-Camera Presence: A Business Owner asks, “Should I front my own videos?”

On-camera Presence. A business owner asks, “Should I front my own videos?” Not only was he new to appearing on video, but he also queried whether his physical appearance would work against him?

Best On-camera Styles for Men with Thinning Hair

Thinning hair? A good hairstyle can enhance your facial features, make you appear more attractive, increase your authority and influence with your audience. A poor style choice will detract from your appearance, reduce your authority and influence. Learn which styles to avoid on video.

10 Pro-Tips: How to Effectively and Naturally Read Your Script on Video

Do you need to read your content on video? Get my pro-tips on how to effectively and professionally read your material and reduce psychological barriers with your audience. Plus learn how to look and sound natural as you read on-camera.

Client Coaching: 6 On-camera Mistakes you want to Avoid on Video

With just a few coaching adjustments my client Alice began to see herself in new creative ways. Coupled with visual production techniques and filming best practices.

Are you Self-conscious on Video? Master your Oncamera Fears like a Pro

Jedi mindset tricks to help you Master your on-camera fears. Learn how you can stop zeroing in on your flaws and discover how you can be masterful, compelling and commanding in your videos.

The Psychology of Eye Contact. Video Presentation Coaching

The idea that “the vast majority of communication occurs non-verbally” is quoted everywhere by advertisers, motivational speakers, and in pop psychology articles. The trouble is; it’s just not true.

Speak Like an Anchor on Video. 6 Tips You Need to Know

On-Camera Skills Series: 6 tips you need to know plus key things you must capture in your script before filming your video presentation.

Enhance Your On-camera Presence. Avoid these Pacifying Behaviors on Video

Enhance Your On-camera Presence With Bianca Te Rito

Do you use any of these freeze, flight, fight, or pacifying behaviors on video? What about your feet – are they honest? Discover how these can impact your on-camera presence and power onscreen.

Video Presentation Coaching. 6 Pro-tips for Being Great on Video

I share with you some of my “on-camera talent direction” tips to get you on the right track. Discover which authority killers can undermine the look, feel, and professional visual tone of your videos.

Why Using the “Rule of Thirds” is Powerful in Your Business or Brand Videos

The Rule of Thirds teaches us how to create pleasing and interesting compositions within the camera frame. Get great visuals in your video presentations. Learn how to easily apply the “Rule of Thirds” and the powerful eye-tracking “F” in your videos.

Learn the Secrets of Color to Enhance your Video Presentations

Learn about color and their symbolic meanings. Why? Advertisers and film directors use a number of skillful production techniques that work at a subconscious level to influence their audiences. Chose the right colors to help create the emotional response you are looking for with your audience.

How to Influence Male and Female Viewing Audiences

Learn about gender influencing film production techniques used by Advertisers and film directors that appeal to male and female viewing audiences. These techniques are used subtly, and they work at a subconscious level.

How to be Confident on Video. 6 Pro-Tips for Your On-Camera Mindset

Anyone can put themselves on Video. But NOT Everyone is W-a-t-c-h-a-b-l-e! Develop your on-camera mindset and be more confident on video. Apply these Pro Tips before your next video shoot to appear more confident, lively, and watchable on Video!

Look Good on Video. Get Your Beauty Sleep!

Science has proven that your viewers can definitely tell when you are tired, and they will rate you as being less attractive on screen.

Be Confident, Persuasive and Camera-ready. 9 Golden Rules for Video or TV Interviews (Client Coaching Highlights)

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Being in front of the lens can be stressful. Apply these on-camera techniques in your next TV or Video Interview and appear more confident and persuasive. Get yourself primed and camera-ready.

Studio Lighting Tips for Your Video Presentations

Easy to apply studio lighting tips for your video presentations. One of the most common mistakes I see is that most people do not appreciate how important it is to light themselves properly. Lighting is a powerful tool and it can create either a positive or a negative first impression on your viewers.

How to Delight the Few to Attract the Many

Studies show that your marketing will be far more effective if you offer your audience 1 or 2 benefits. Learn how to delight the few to attract the many!

How to Create a Great First Impression in Your Video Presentations

It’s vital to manage your first impressions. “Within a few seconds, people have judged your social and economic level, your level of education, and even your level of success.

Why Should Your Audience Care? Video Presentation Coaching

If you are perceived as being dramatically and meaningfully different – you will stand out from the crowd – and you will greatly increase your chances of branding success and video presentation success.

How to Define Your Target Audience for Your Video Presentations

Your target audience is who you “market” your video presentations to. You may choose to “sell” to people on the outer rings that surround this bull’s-eye, however realize that your video presentations will be far more effective if you focus your aim on a small, clearly defined target audience.

Who is Your Target Audience For Your Video Presentations?

When you focus on a specific target market audience, you immediately enhance their perception of you as being the “go to person” in your area of specialization.

Fake it till You Make it. The Worst Advice for Your Oncamera Presence

Unfortunately, what works well on stage, does not come across well on video. Some gestures and body movements, even some facial expressions can come across as “artificial” or inauthentic on video. Learn what to do and what to avoid on-screen.

Create Your Business Videos. Get Clear on Your Strategy before Execution

Filming your video presentations, getting them online, and making a lot of noise to attract attention might be great fun, but “content” is not a strategy. Most people want to jump straight into “execution” (i.e. doing stuff) with little or no thought to getting their strategy right first.  This can be costly.

How to Bring Your Personal Vision to Life in 5 Simple Steps

Before you begin filming your video presentations, it is well worth investing time to build your personal vision first. Start by applying these 5 simple steps.

Think About Your Future Before You Create Your Personal Brand Videos

A key way to think about your future is, to begin with, the end mind. Answer these 5 key questions before you create your personal brand videos.

On-Camera Styling Tips for Men and Women Presenting on Video (Part 2.)

What you wear has a big impact on how you will be perceived by your viewing audience. However, unless you are in the business of selling clothing, you want your viewers to spend more time looking at your face (and hearing your message) than staring at your clothes in your video presentations.

How to Dress for Success on Video (Part 1.)

Learn how to dress for success on video plus the importance of presenting your “best self” to enhance your credibility authority on screen.

Common Makeup Mistakes in Your Zoom Video Calls

Careful makeup application is critical, not just to make you look more attractive, but more importantly, to correct the distortions caused by the camera lens and lighting.

Look Stunning on Video. Discover your Most Flattering Side

No one has a perfectly symmetrical face. But, we all have a “best side”. Read more to discover yours!

“Just be Yourself” They Say? Wrong! Define Yourself Before they Define You

“Just be Yourself” They Say? Wrong! Define Yourself before they Define You. In today’s information-overloaded society people take cognitive shortcuts to make snap decisions about what they see on screen.

Real vs. Fake Smiles in Your Video Presentation

As part of my video presentation coaching work, I see a lot of people who are nervous about appearing on camera. Often they try to compensate either by being very serious and not smiling at all, or they overcompensate by forcing their emotions. Neither which looks great on video.

How to Look at the Video Camera with Engaging Eye Contact

Presenting to a camera can feel like an artificial, self-conscious experience. Discover how to look at the video camera with engaging eye contact and what to avoid doing on-screen.

Avoid the Public Speaker’s Blindspot on Video

Presenting on Video Requires a Modified Approach. You might be great on stage in front of an audience, but being able to speak to a live audience does not necessarily mean you will come across well on video and vice versa. I see it a lot with professional speakers/presenters who want to crossover from stage to screen. Learn more.

What Looks Good to the Human Eye – May Seem Subpar on Video

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Presenting to the camera is more like having your viewer in your personal space, standing 4 feet away from you – it’s here that your screen presence and everything that you bring to the frame can be readily scrutinized by the lens (your viewer).

Self-producing your videos? It’s the Little Things that will Undermine you

If you are self-producing your videos, a key aim is to create a positive viewing experience for your viewers and to keep them engaged with you and your messages. Discover how you can reduce anything that could create an audio or visual barrier (consciously or subconsciously) between you and your audience.

Increase your Persuasiveness on Video. Avoid these 3 Eye Contact Pitfalls

On video…its ALL about the Eyes. People respond to you and your image before you have opened your mouth to speak. The way you hold yourself, your facial expressions and quality of eye contact all signal whether you are anxious, excited, confident, are joyful, sad, angry, surprised, disgusted or fearful and more.

The Lowdown on Camera Angles. For Filming Your Online Videos

When filming your online videos it is important for you to know the effect of using different camera angles, so you can choose to use them in the most persuasive way.

How to Choose Your Video Background

A poor video background choice will detract from you and your key messages. Learn how to choose a good video background and avoid common mistakes!

3 Ways to Achieve Great Results using Affordable Video Equipment

You don’t need to be a Spielberg, nor do you need to spend a fortune on the latest high tech equipment to look great in your business videos. But if you want to stand out from the crowd you will need to purchase some basic pieces of equipment.

Why Should Your Target Audience Care?

Marketing your video presentations? Discover the 3 Laws of Marketing Physics design to trigger the care response in your target market audience.

 

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