Unless you’re a comedy genius (and even if you are) it’s really hard to make work sound entertaining. Not that you have to. The work you do is a lifesaver for the right person.

But your videos…come on. How do you get them to ATTRACT without coming off like a total goofball? Not to mention make them memorable?

Here’s a very simple way to do it. It borrows from teaching, from sales and from basic literature. I mean, really basic.

It also allows you to be completely true to what you do and who you are.

Wait. Did I say it was simple?

OK. You can look now…

    16 replies to "How to Make Your Videos Memorable"

    • John Dawson

      Nice! First thing that struck me, by the way, was the beautiful sound quality. Your encouragement to write a script is something I will take to heart in the production of my current music video. Thank you!

      • Steven Washer

        Thank you, John. That means a lot!

    • TerryLee WHETSTONe

      Great advise. Even though o don’t write anything on most of you videos, I do love them..I do my best to remember and use them. Have a folder of you email videos so I can reference them when I for get a fare amount, lol. But, the good news is the more I use your advice the better I zm of remembering them. Thank for your time and sharing. Music4Winds.com

      • Steven Washer

        Good to know! And it’s my pleasure.

    • Millard Grubb

      I would like more videos on writing scripts. I enjoyed this one greatly.

      • Steven Washer

        Thank you for the feedback, Millard. There will be another very soon. 🙂

    • Richard Mowrey

      Simply from the heart … as always. Thank you.

      • Steven Washer

        Much obliged, Rich!

    • Peter Anthony Gales

      Another boss video, Stephen. I am going to steal your “baby ideas” metaphor and “parenting” your ideas because it sooo fits how I have orphaned many of my brilliant ideas and they wail for attention. Don’t worry. I will give you credit. Thanks again for another great video.

      • Steven Washer

        I’d be pleased if you stole it. And your ideas will thank you! 🙂

    • Peter Defty

      This message couldn’t come at a better time Steve! Thank you.

      • Steven Washer

        de nada!

    • Jeremy Latham

      Authenticity is everything Steve. AI and algorithms present us with content that reactive and passive instead of leading and challenging the dogma. Thanks for a timely reminder to be true to ourselves.

      • Steven Washer

        Not to mention it has the POV of the programmer pre-installed.

    • Earl

      You’re a Master and I love all your video’s. I don’t have a business I just like to learn. Everything you have ever provided in your videos, make common sense, and I can see how they are applied in other areas of my life. I appreciate all your effort, knowledge, and passion. I look forward to that your next video.

      • Steven Washer

        I like to learn too, Earl. Thanks for watching and for your kind words!

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