Everyone tells you to don’t worry about it and just be authentic on camera. And as soon as you try and do it, you realize they haven’t actually told you anything.

Here’s how to be authentic on camera. It’s not as simple as they say, but it’s not as difficult as you may think.

    4 replies to "How To Be Your Most Authentic Self On Camera"

    • Tom Hailey

      Okay. I’m going to get my suit out of storage and work on getting back into it as me. Thanks for the nudge.
      -Tom Hailey

      • Steven Washer

        Excellent idea, Tom!! (maybe the suit isn’t strictly necessary 🙂

    • Jay Creighton

      Your message is only getting stronger over time, Steve. Without the courage to let our true selves—the core of who each of us is—out into the world, we will never be our BEST SELVES. We are meant to share our gifts with others, not keep them bottled up inside. But it is hard to trust ourselves and others enough to let go and be the Visible Authority each of us is. Still, it’s worth the effort. You, Steve, with your consistent, firm but gentle, approach to get us to share ourselves with others through video, make it much easier and even fun.

      Thank you, sir, for yet another wonderful reminder.


      • Steven Washer

        People are drawn to video for a good reason. And what you just said is what I believe is the WHY.
        That more don’t allow themselves to take the risk to be visible is a mystery to me.

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