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Mindset and Confidence

Going live online can give you the botty squeezes!

It doesn’t have to be that way though. Like most things with mindset and confidence growth, small steps are the key to growing at a rate that feels good, give you results and doesn’t make you want to poop.

One of the things I teach in my Live Video Confidence Course is to practise in a private area that’s away from anyone but helps you to get used to being on camera. It acts like muscle memory, the more you do the same thing, the easier it feels to do it.

While going live can definitely be scary, it’s surprising how quickly that fear dissolves away. I had it when I began my Periscope journey, it was my first real entrance into live broadcasting and the first few broadcasts only lasted 10-15 minutes and I felt SO uncomfortable.

Over time, those 10-15 minutes grew to 30 minutes then an hour and my longest broadcast was around 4 hours long!

All that began though with the short broadcasts that helped me get used to being out there on live video.

I absolutely promise you that it’s possible and those scary feelings will fade much quicker than you realise.

If you need help with putting yourself out there on live video or even pre-recorded video, my Live Video Confidence Course is perfect for you.  One of the reviews I’ve received about it said “Where to begin: from realising how to create content; planning my schedule; having the confidence to put it out to the world and even looking at the tech options; every step is a gem. “.

Once purchased you get lifetime access to it and if I update anything in the course, you get that too. Head on over to the link in the comments to grab your copy.

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Darren Danks

Darren is The Self Doubt Coach. He helps you to break through the blocks that are holding you back, he cheerleads your successes and pushes you to be a better you. He has been British archery champion, holder of 9 national records and coached other archers to push through a mindset block called target shyness.

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