This week’s on-camera tip is all about mental mindset. You might think that this isn’t a big deal, but when you’re communicating on camera, it can impact every aspect of your performance.
Instead of getting into a performance mindset, think about it as having a conversation with someone across the dinner table from you.
Before that next on-camera appearance, think about speaking to one person who is on the other side of the lens. This will help you be a much more effective and authentic communicator on camera.
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