video presentations

3 Actionables to Supercharge Your Ability to Achieve Big Goals

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Important! Don’t Fake Your Smile on Video

Studies show that in situations where trust is important to us (which is exactly the case if someone is trying to sell us something on video), we pay closer attention to a person’s smile. We then decide whether or not we can trust that person.

Video Presenting vs. Stage Presenting

Presenting on video requires the presenter to “pull people in” (screen presence) whereas stage presenting requires the presenter to “push out to the audience.” There lies the problem for many Stage presenters.

5 Ways to Powerfully Connect With the Video Camera

When we are concentrating on a challenging task (like delivering a video presentation), it is easy for our eyes to become fixed and steely, or ‘glazed over’ with a blank stare. This tendency is exacerbated when we try to keep our eyes focused on the camera lens.

Eye Contact Pitfalls to Avoid in Your Business Videos

Our eyes communicate our feelings – including comfort and discomfort. Few things project our emotions as well or as rapidly as the eyes. Humans have relied on looking into someone’s eyes for thousands of years to get an understanding of how the other person is feeling and whether or not they are telling us the truth.

Body Language Mistakes to Avoid in Your Video Presentations

Whether you are being interviewed on TV, or presenting on video camera, your aim is to create a positive experience for your viewers, and put them at ease. This means reducing anything that could create a visual barrier (consciously or subconsciously) between you and your audience.