Kathleen Celmins is the CEO and co-founder of Amplified NOW, a content marketing agency that helps people get more out of their video content and get out of their own way when it comes to creating that content.
She sat down with Bridget Aileen Sicsko to discuss some unique ways that creators can become more comfortable on video. Bridget is the founder of Rock the Mic Online, which helps purpose driven entrepreneurs rock and master live video so they can reach more clients, make more money, and have a bigger impact on the world.
Bridget started out as a spiritual mentorship coach. In her work, she found that there were many entrepreneurs who were afraid to be on video. Bridget has always loved public speaking, so she decided to combine this skill with her love of empowering others, and start coaching people on how to be more confident on video.
Bridget uses many of her spiritual practices to help individuals step into using video in their business. She has found that these practices can help calm her client’s nerves and boost their confidence, both on the yoga mat and in their daily lives.
Here are Bridget’s top yoga tips for improving your confidence on video:
- Use meditation to calm the nerves. Repeating a mantra like, “I can do this” or “I am powerful” helps you show up in a confident way in your videos.
- Find power in your body through embodiment practices. Stand up and hold your arms down by your sides and take three deep breaths. Feel the power in your body.
- Use yogic practices to help center yourself. This could include breath work, movement, honoring yourself, and connecting with your body.
- Practice! Becoming confident on video is an action-oriented skill. The more time you spend in front of the camera, the more confident you will become.
Stop by Bridget’s website to learn more about Rock The Mic Online.
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