Would you like to be more consistent in making video?

The secret is in paying way more attention to your words.

I’m not talking about copywriting or being brilliant. Only about where you put your focus.

Right now you may be putting it on the hardest part of video production, thinking that’s going to get you to your goal of consistency faster.

Well, that may sound right, but this lazy guy has found that the truth, in this case, as in so many others, is counter-intuitive and amazingly powerful. If it wasn’t, I wouldn’t be able to do it.

See if you agree…

    14 replies to "Video Magic Begins With Your Words"

    • Jim Pollock

      I so appreciate these messages, Coach. This one in particular speaks directly to me (and a few others, I’m sure). Thank you and Visible Authority! jp

      • Steven Washer

        Thank YOU, Jim!

    • Josef David

      Excellent. From “Quick Fix” to using proven systems from experts such as Steven Washer drives your life towards success and gets you out in front. Chapeau Steven! Thank You for providing us with your excellent strategic tips in a simple and comfortable way.

      • Steven Washer

        My pleasure. Thanks for the kind words, Josef!

    • Randal V

      Psst, Steve. While it’s just you and me here I want to mention… Great job on the message. But you might want to check the “key”. I think I’m seeing a bit of a black outline around your head. I’m a little OCD, so most others likely won’t notice.

      • Steven Washer

        And thanks for keeping it between just us! 🙂

    • Jeremy Latham

      Straight to the point Steve, as always. Perfect planning prevents…well as an aviator you know the rest, and it is equally applicable to creating content that makes one stand out from the rest. Your point about keeping ears and eyes open to take in the world and use the information to fuel your imagination is very well made, and so important to keeping things fresh and organic.

      • Steven Washer

        Thank you, Jeremy. Organic, grass-fed video is what we recommend. No by-products, fillers or antibiotics to cause indigestion or inflammation of the heart! 🙂

    • John W Tedmon

      Hi Steve,
      Great subject, thanks for sharing
      John Tedmon

      • Steven Washer

        de nada!

    • Earl

      Love the information. As always powerful, insightful, meaningful and lazer focused. Thank you Steve

      • Steven Washer

        That’s so kind, Earl. Glad you found it helpful.

    • Jay Creighton

      I “second” all that the other commenters wrote. Bravo for another very nicely done video. Thank you also for the gentle reminder to us to keep our senses open and available to hear and see what the world is telling us to do so that we can share our unique “authority” with the rest of us. These reminders will eventually get through to us deaf, dumb, and blind poor beings and we will emerge from our cocoons with the tools we need to succeed, the tools that the Visible Authority has been providing to us all along.

      Psst: I won’t dispute what Mr. Randal V wrote but I, too, have a bit of OCD. But I wasn’t distracted by any outline around your head. Your message was much more compelling…And, I’ve trained my OCD critic to draw my attention only to truly important matters.

      • Steven Washer

        Thanks for the kind words, Jay. And fortunately, OCD is not a requirement in making video, or I’d be in some real sort of trouble! 🙂

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