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Be You On Video - Own Your Energy and Voice in Front of the Camera - cover

Be You On Video - Own Your Energy and Voice in Front of the Camera

Celeste Gehring

Publisher: Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press

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Summary

Grow your business using video!
 
Are you looking for new ways to be authentically you on camera when the record button goes on? Maybe you want to start making videos because others are doing it with great results, but you have no clue how to start or if you've even got what it takes. You’re probably wondering how you can make yourself look and sound more like you, or how to get into the groove with a schedule. How should you practice? How should you talk? It can all feel complex and intimidating.
 
In Be You on Video, author and video coach Celeste Gehring shares what she’s learned from years of working in the media industry to show you how video can be an easy and fun way to grow your business and create revenue. With her help, you’ll see that you do have what it takes.
 
In Be You on Video, Celeste will teach you how to:
 
  •  Get comfortable on camera                                                                            •  Seamlessly add video to your business                                                            •  Create a personal video framework                                                                  •  Add creativity and figure out the right time to do so                                          •  Make great videos and build revenue
 
Read Be You on Video and start building your business further and faster with video today!

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