Communicate Your Point-of-Difference Through Story...{DIY Video Workshop Brisbane}

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"Your story is the underlying story of what you stand for, and why people should care." 

~ Tara Hunt
 


By the time you get read this, my DIY Video workshop will have well and truly been over.  A big realisation from the participants perspective was just how much there is to learn. It can be overwhelming if you start to expand on the possibilities. But the best place is to start simply and PRACTICE!  Feedback from participants from this workshop and previous was that they realised in order to really master video, they need to practice, practice, practice.   

Learning video is like any new skill, and being something that requires a combination of kinesthetic and visual style learning, having someone demonstrating and taking you through the motions and then immediately applying the lesson yourself,  is crucial in getting a basic understanding and knowing.  The realisation is also that when it comes to video marketing, learning the physical skills of video is just one piece of the puzzle, and that even though  the 'social media marketing' aspect is the larger part of the whole, in order to have the desired result, you first have to know the'how to' of creating quality video. And that's an important starting place for figuring out the puzzle that is social media marketing. Creating video is just one piece of that puzzle, and its' importance is increasing at a rate of knots.

Using Story in Your Business Videos

Even though during the 2 Day video workshop, we mainly covered the technical stuff of video creation, I also wanted to help participants begin to see that the possibilities are endless when it comes to video creation. It only takes someone else to plant the seeds and give a glimpse of that possibility, and for you to start applying what you've learned, before you can really begin to see how video can be tailored to suit your particular business. That's when the ideas and inspiration truly begin to germinate.  So I was thrilled to be witness to the excitement of discovery and possibility in the eyes of my participants.  I so love it when people really 'get it' and see possibility for themselves!

So I had along guest speaker, Simone de Haas of The Speakers' Director come and deliver an interactive session to give participants some great tips and learn skills around speaking with confidence, and how to generate trust,  influence their audience and create greater visibility for them and their businesses. I invited Simone along because she is not only a professional speaker with a lot of experience and background in theatre and drama, but she's also a story strategist, giving coaching and advice to many business people around how to use story within their businesses to generate trust and connection with their customers. Simone's emphasis on story and storytelling fits in beautifully with my own skills and love of storytelling using video. 

Simone gave a wonderful presentation and I wanted to share with you a great little story she told us about a business person who discovered how much more credibility and interest he gained through telling a story, rather than selling a product. She also briefly talks about some of the different ways you can use story in your own presentations as well as in business video. So listen carefully for those tips toward the end of the video below, which is an excerpt from her entire presentation (just click on the image to view the video).  I hope it gives you ideas about maybe how you too can use story to not only get the attention of more customers, but help them to take action because you're able to show them your point of difference and what makes you unique among your competitors.
 

But just to get you thinking more laterally, here are a few ways that you can incorporate storytelling in your business videos. As you begin to brainstorm, you'll find that you'll come up with more ways of telling stories connected to your business, in a way that your customers can relate and where they begin to see you in a completely different light to your competitors. And if you're worried that maybe you're not offering anything particularly different to your competitors, understand that the way in which you present what you offer, can make all the difference. Because your customers will see your offering, not only as something they may not have seen before or experienced, but there is the perception that you're offering more, just by creating awareness of it. 
 

1. Tell a Customer Story

If you have already have customers who have had a great experience, why wouldn't you use their story for potential customers to relate to? Customer testimonials are also a type of story too, but why not dive a little deeper into their story, rather than lightly touch on it?  Especially if their particular story highlights how you deliver an exceptional product or service. Find out how your product or service improved their lives or even changed their lives for the better, and help them tell that story. If they are truly satisfied customers, they will want to help you and see you prosper by telling others about how great you are, or how you made a difference. And the great thing about having your happy customer tell the story, is that it's coming from someone else other than you. Your credibility and trustworthiness is exponentially greater when someone else is singing your praises.

2. Interview Guests

Why not interview a customer, or someone from a business that is aligned with yours? Often, information and knowledge is gained by our customers, when we focus on someone else that is tied to our industry, that they directly or indirectly come in to contact with during the process of engaging our products and services. And other people's stories can offer additional interest by giving our potential customers a different perspective as well as varied content to keep them engaged and coming back for more. 

As a side note, when interviewing, just be sure that you have done some background research about the person that you're interviewing, so that you know what you want to achieve from the interview around a particular subject, and that you ask the right questions to create the dialogue that matches your objective.


3.  The Hero's Journey

The hero's journey is the story of you...the owner or founder of the business. But it's not just any story. It's a bit like a 'rags-to-riches' story, or a story of triumph. It's where you take your customers on a journey from where you started and why, and the challenges you have had to overcome in order to arrive where you are now.  Where you are now is when you've come through the other side to stand in a place of positive victory. 

What you need to be careful of in telling the hero's journey, is that your story is not so big that it becomes overwhelming and people can't relate to it and they switch off. It needs to be told in a way that is digestible by your audience. But most significantly, your story must tie in with something that your customers can connect and relate to and see themselves in that journey. 


4.  Personal Stories

Personal stories can come from a hero's journey (but not always).  Especially if you have a complex and lengthy story. They may be best told in bite-sized pieces. You can then choose parts of your journey that are relevant to the topic or subject that you're wanting to create awareness around and have your customers connect to and resonate with.

Personal stories are a great way of connecting authentically with your customers, especially in the areas where you have a lot of experience that others want to learn and grow from. Where they differ from the hero's journey, is that through personal stories, you can begin to take people on a journey right now, with you.  Personal stories are one of the most powerful ways to gain trust and credibility, because you give your customers the opportunity to get to know you and what makes you tick. People love to do business with people that get them and they can readily relate to.


5. Short Documentaries

A little bit more involved, but so much more interesting, short documentaries are a great way to show authenticity. Because documentary style video is more 'real', people get to see a side of you and/or your business that they haven't seen before and they relate much more because you're willing to show that. This style of video can incorporate more narrative around conversations. You can take them Behind-the-Scenes, and involve staff (if you have any), show processes and the way that you approach and do business. Short documentaries can be a little longer, as long as you can engage your audience for that length of time, or they can take the form of a 'Series' with a particular theme, that resonates with your customers and keeps them continuously engaged.


6. A Comical Story or Fable

Depending on your business and your pesonal style, if you love to use humour to educate and engage your customers, telling a funny story (or fable) is a great way of creating interest. You only have to think of some of the clever ads on TV, like the 'Rhonda Ads' by AAMI Insurance. Even if you don't watch a lot of TV, most people would be familiar with these ads, which are a series based around AAMI's 'Safe Driver's Rewards' that take Rhonda to Bali and other (mis)adventures.  We're always waiting for the next ad to see what Rhonda gets up to next. 

Of course, these types of videos need quite a bit of planning to pull them off!

These are just a handful of examples of how you can use story in your business videos. There are many more.

So let me ask you this?...If you thought that you could get more leads and more importantly...qualified leads using video and using story that show what you do differently, then don't you think that it's worth looking into?  

If you'd like to know more about how you can use video in your business and find out how to use story in your videos, be sure to contact me via phone or email me to book a FREE DISCOVERY SESSION and let's explore the possibilities!  I look forward to listening, and finding out more about you and your business and how video can help propel your business forward.

Have a great week!

Kerry :)
 

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Why Do You Want to Use Video?--and How You Can!...[Brisbane Video Production]

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"My methodology is not knowing what I'm doing and making that work for me."

 ~ Stone Gossard


The overwhelming response from business owners when it comes to using video is positive and they can see the real benefits of video and how others are using it to market and get more leads and sales. But for most business owners the truth is, they often can't see the relevance of video for their own particular businesses. They find it difficult to see how it fits in with how they run their businesses, and how to use video in a way that can benefit them and their customers. So today I'm going to give you a process to help you define the many and varied ways that video can help you specifically to promote, engage, uplift, educate and inspire your customers and your staff (if you have any). There is no one-size-fits-all approach, when it comes to video. It just takes putting time aside to focus on the answers that are right for you, and a little imagination.

THE PROCESS

So let's start at the beginning. Start with these three questions:
 

  1. What is My OBJECTIVE?
  2. What PLATFORM do I want to deliver on?
  3. What FORMAT will I use?

1. What is My OBJECTIVE? What is the objective of creating a video?  Just start with one first.  So ask yourself "what do you want your audience to do?"  Do you want to?:

  • General leads and/or direct sales of products or services.
  • Create brand awareness
  • Inform or educate your customers for staff
  • Promote a course, event or an online program
  • Grow your audience and/or community.

Let's expand on a these points a little. The most common type of video that we see is business is a corporate style video with a specific objective - to sell a product or service. This is probably the one that every business owner can relate to because it is the most common form of video, i.e. "Here is what I sell or this is the service I provide, come and buy from me."

But this isn't the only way to sell products and services. You can still sell, but use different approaches, rather than a 'direct selling approach'. It all really depends on the type of business that you are in, your objective, and who your audience is. You can still sell products and services, but in a way that is more engaging and gains the trust of your audience first, and so you may sell over time. However, if and when you do create a video to sell a product or service, your 'call-to-action' in your video is critical. You want to ensure it directs people to buy straight away and how to quickly find what it is that you're selling.

If you want people to know who you are and what you're about, and you have a strong message that you want put out into the world, you can use videos that create brand awareness. This is more about getting your business name and your brand in front of your target audience, regularly and consistently so that they get to know and recognise you. The objective when it comes to brand awareness is to build recognition, trust and credibility so that when your potential customers are ready to buy from you, you are at the forefront of their minds, rather than asking them to buy something from you straight away.

Brand awareness videos can be where you talk about specific subject areas that you're an expert on, or it could be a straight promotional video that relays a bit about your history, what you do and why. And really powerful brand awareness videos that larger companies are beginning to embrace are narrative style, brand story and origin story videos, because audiences are now wanting to know more about how businesses come about and what they stand for. They want to feel a deeper sense of connection with the brands they're engaging with. 

If your objective is to inform and/or educate your customers, then consider creating a 'How-To' video, that gives specific instructions taking your audience from Point A to Point B. Or it could be in the form of a Training Program video for your staff. Perhaps you could create a video that describes and takes your customers through a 'process' to solve a recurrent problem or question; put something together like a piece of furniture; show them how to use a piece of equipment; take them through a step-by-step guide on backing up their computer, etc, etc. The possibilities are endless when you want to help inform and educate.

Do you want to promote a course, event or an offline or online program that you're running? Before you do, work out how you can use video to reach your audience with more impact and deliver a strong message that inspires your audience to sign up or participate. Videos can be used along all stages of the marketing and promotional process for your course, event or program. It can be also used within course or online program content as well, as a teaching tool. 

To grow your audience and/or community so that you have actual customers to sell to, consider creating a weekly Vlog (video blog). This can often be extrapolated from a blog post that you've written. Choose just one subject or topic in your post and expand upon it in a video blog. You can create a weekly FB live or Linkedin video to again discuss relevant topics of the week or answer questions or challenges posed by customers and your community/audience. Customer video testimonials are great for growing your audience and/or community, because its' objective is about building trust.  Keeping in mind that growing your audience is about relationship and trust-building. Sometimes people just want to know stuff and get information without being sold to constantly. So in this case it's not about getting the sale (not directly anyway). 
 

2. What PLATFORM do I want to deliver on?

Once you have a clear idea of the objective for your video, then consider what platform your video will be delivered on. So you need to ask yourself, "Where does my audience hang out?"

Does your audience hang out on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram, or can they find you directly via your Website if it's well optimised? The reason you need to take into consideration where your audience hang out, is because this has a major bearing on type of video that's going to appeal and their attention-span. The more intimately you know your audience, the better you will be at creating video content that speaks directly to the customers you really want to attract and who are more likely to buy from you (whether that comes to a product or a service). Say for example if you want to create a video for Facebook and Linkedin. You may want to create videos with a different approach in mind, as your audience are mostly on facebook for social reasons and for Linkedin, you may want to create videos that are more educational and inspirational in their delivery. If you have an audience that already has a heavily vested interest and it's a unique or niche area, or you've built an audience, then this is where you can be more flexible with the style of video and also the length, because you're audience already knows and trusts you and you know they're already interested.  So, consider where your audience hang out, and why they are there when working out what approach will work best for that given scenario.
 

3. What FORMAT will I use?

What I mean by format is, "What will my video look like?". Ask yourself:

  • Will it be a DIY or a professional video company that creates my video? 
  • Will it go for 30 seconds or 5 mins or longer?
  • Will it be a promo, explainer, music, intro, narrative style video?
  • What overall style and feel do I want? Is your business more corporate style where you're a business or medical professional, accountant, lawyer, etc or is your business a trade or service in the areas of fashion, retail, health and wellbeing, artistic, etc, etc. Because your industry will be a major determinant of the look and feel of your videos, marketing and overall branding.


In summarising...to answer these questions thoroughly and to work out what is the right approach for you when it comes to video, you should firstly take into consideration your business and/or the industry you're in, and your target audience. What is going to appeal to your audience? But also remembering your objective and the platform on which your video is going to be seen. For example, if you're creating videos to grow and build your audience and build relationships, then DIY videos in the form of FB live, Linkedin, instagram, etc,  are quite acceptable and very popular, especially when the objective is to engage, interact with and create dialogue on a regular basis. And depending on your business, weekly vlogs created as DIY are also now alot more mainstream, as people are wanting more connection and authenticity in their dealings with businesses. They want to know the person or the people behind the business.

But if you're wanting a video to create brand awareness or purely promotional video and the industry and size of your company creates the expectation that a more professional approach to video is required, then you may have to go down that line. It's then a matter of finding the right company to create the video. But be sure to look for a company that can deliver something that is in alignment with your business brand and desired objectives. 

And most importantly, ensure that you have good communication between you and the company you use to create your video. It should be a collaborative arrangement to ensure that you're both on the same page, and that they understand exactly what you want, so that you get the desired outcome.

I hope these questions and examples have helped you see that whatever your business, that video can play a significant role in delivering the message or messages that you want to uniquely convey to your target audience. And if you're having difficulty working out what may work best for you or how you can use video in your business, then please give me a call, book a skype session or let's just have a coffee so that I can get to know your business a little better and offer suggestions.I may not always have the answers, and in fact, if I feel we are not a good fit, I will point you in the right direction.

Have a great week!


Kerry :) x
 


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✔ Want more than 'tips'? 
✔ Do you want real world, practical video skills that you can apply to your business right now? 
✔ Want to know how to step out and feel confident in front of a camera?
 Do you want to start building your own community and tribe?
✔ Ready to start creating your own intro, educational, training videos, plus more...(all on your Smartphone) in 2018 with your video marketing?

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What's Your Story?--It's Not What You Think!...[Brisbane Video Production]

"When you ensure that the stories you tell and the story you live are consistent with your beliefs, life is less stressful. As the story you live, tell, and believe become mores congruent, you don't feel scattered, pushed, and pulled by external events." 

~ 'The Story Factor', Annette Simmons


Do you feel it?  Do you feel how the end of 2017 is quickly approaching and that 2018 is already in your sights?  Are you already looking to 2018 with a list of goals and achievements that you can't wait to get cracking on? I know I am. I have some definite goals for next year which I'm really excited about. But you know, there's still two-and-a-bit months left of this year, and there's still time to be working on things. For me, it's been about letting go of what no longer serves, focusing on only what is going to get me to the next level, and finishing things off in preparation for what's ahead in 2018. How about you? Are you experiencing much of the same?

The other thing that I've been doing this year, especially coming into the last quarter of 2017, is stepping back and taking a real good look at where my business is and what it stands for. I've also worked out what I do uniquely.  It's taken me that long--YES!  An epiphany!  And I'm coming to a place where I feel that my business and personal goals are beginning to come into alignment. Part of that has been about looking at my own story with honesty and non-judgment, and observing who I am, what I personally stand for and how the things I truly and deeply value are so tied up in what I want to achieve for my business and what resonates with my ideal clients.

When I step back and go within and feel what it is that truly brings me joy, it means gaining a deep sense of clarity and a knowing about being the best person I can be in accordance with who I truly am. When I have that sense of clarity, peace and purpose, it flows into everything else that I do and the people that I encounter. It then allows me to go out into the world with fresh eyes so that I can connect and engage with people and life, with a deeper sense of curiosity and interest.  And then I am able to bring all that to my business.

So what is your story? And is your story and your business in alignment? Is what you stand for and what your business stands in congruence? If things aren't going as well as what you'd like, maybe there's a disconnect between who you truly are and the messages you're putting out into the world when it comes to your business. 

Your story isn't always necessarily about storytelling in the traditional sense, but as Tara so insightly says in her short video above, What Is Your Story?, your story is also "the underlying story of what you stand for, and why people should care".

So as you enter the last quarter of 2017, and before embarking upon a new year of business goals, if you would like things to be different for 2018, maybe take the time to sit down and feel into what you truly want and who you are. Ask yourself the hard questions--Am I truly happy? Does what I do bring me joy? Is who I am and how I walk in the world reflect in my business? What do I truly stand for? How do I need to make it happen?

Have a great week!


Kerry :) x

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DIY Video: How to Make Shots Interesting in Your Videos...[DIY Video Training Brisbane]

"The secret of happiness is variety, but the secret of variety, like the secret of all spices, is knowing when to use it."

~ Daniel Gilbert


Have you ever watched a video of someone talking and thought that it was just a little boring looking at the same face, and you kind of lost interest along the way? Or what about watching a video when all you see is the same scene played continuously, and lost interest?

Well this week in my new video series, DIY VIDEO TIPS, which I shot in Brooms Head while on holiday, I talk about how to make your videos more interesting by creating varied shots.

What do I mean by varied shots? Well you'll just have to watch my video to find out [video:2:11]. It can make the difference between someone staying engaged with your videos, or switching off and going somewhere else. By doing this one, simple thing, you can create more engagement and interest in your own videos.

Check it out by clicking on the video at the top of this page.

If you have any questions, or would like more information about how you can vary shots for your own particular business, and are having a little trouble working out how do that, please feel free to comment below, PM me or contact me on 0488 723 673, and I'll be happy to help you out.

Have a great week!

Kerry :)


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DIY Video Creation Challenges + Workshop..[DIY Video Brisbane}

"The DIEM aint' gonna CARPE itself!" 

- ApeLad


This week I'll be off for a whole week on a holiday. It's school holidays time and we're off to the beach, camping! 

So before I leave, I thought I'd talk to you on the above video about our 2 DAY DIY VIDEO WORKSHOP coming up on the 3rd and 4th November, 2017 and to remind you that our SPRING SUPER EARLY BIRD OFFER of 20% OFF FULL TICKET PRICE, ENDS THIS MONDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER!  It's a huge saving to be had and I wouldn't want you to miss out on getting your ticket at this great price. Also in my video I recap on the two biggest challenges that business owners face when creating video, as well as other challenges that I get many comments about.

For all the details, ticket prices and bookings, please  go to >> https://www.tsi-multimedia.com/diy-video-for-the-savvy-entrepreneur.

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But just to touch again on what you'll learn in this PRACTICAL, HANDS-ON 2 DAY WORKSHOP here it is:

>> How you can FEEL CONFIDENT AND AT EASE IN FRONT OF THE CAMERA.
>> WHAT VIDEO TYPES ARE BETTER SUITED FOR YOUR BUSINESS and when to use them, including Facebook Live & Linkedin Native Video, vlogs, interviews, training and educational videos, explainer videos, and more.
>> What EQUIPMENT you need to get started in video THAT WON'T BREAK THE BANK! You need less than what you think.
>> How to CREATE THE RIGHT LIGHT TO BANISH DARKNESS AND CREATE FLATTERING LIGHT, whether you are indoors or outdoors.
>> How to EDIT AND STYLE YOUR VIDEO WITH TEXT, MUSIC AND MORE...all from your mobile phone.
>>and MUCH MORE <<<
 

Also, as part of the CAMERA CONFIDENCE segment, I'm thrilled to be having along GUEST PRESENTER, Simone de Haas of 'The Speakers' Director', full-time professional speaker and speaker coach. On Day 1 of the workshop, Simone will be focusing on the ACT of speaking with confidence – simple tools for delivering with authenticity and credibility. Simone will also help you identify your preferred vocal style, and how you can best utilise this to generate trust, influence your audience and create greater visibility for you and your business.

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I hope to see you there! This is a great opportunity for you to gain the skills and confidence to create your own videos, so you can give 2018 a great kick-start!

And remember to share this post with someone else in business, who wants to learn how to create their own videos on their mobile phone!

See you in couple of weeks!


Kerry :) x

*P.S. If you have any questions about the workshop, feel free to call me on 0488 723 673 or email me at info@truth-seeker-images.com. I'll get back to you as soon as I can!


What is the Biggest Challenge That Business Owners Face When Creating Their Own Videos?...[DIY Video Training Brisbane]

Image Credit: Septian Simon, Unsplash.com

Image Credit: Septian Simon, Unsplash.com

"Challenges are what make life interesting. Overcoming them is what makes them meaningful." 

- Author Unknown
 


There's something that stopping the majority of small business owners from stepping fully into their brilliance, and it has something of a silent and malignant nature. Can you guess what it might be?

Of all the comments, questions and feedback that I receive from many small business owners, there are a couple of stand out problems or challenges that business owners experience when it comes to video marketing.One such challenge is not understanding lighting, and how to light a room or prevent dark shadows under the eyes or just not having enough light to be able to see their face or eyes. The wrong lighting can often be so unflattering. This is a common problem.
 

Image Credit: Marina Krapova, Unsplash.com

Image Credit: Marina Krapova, Unsplash.com

The wrong lighting in fact, often compounds the very thing that challenges them (mostly women), because it accentuates all the flaws and imperfections and the very things they find they don't like about the way they look.

There...I said it--The biggest challenge is not liking how we look in front of a camera!

The biggest challenge that (mostly female) business owners face is our self-perception and the fact that most of us just don't like the way we look on video. It's the fear of appearing imperfect and of being judged for it. And it's not only about how we think we look, it's also about how we think we sound. But it doesn't have to be this way.

But first...let me ask you a question? If you happen to stumble across a video of someone who is talking about something that you're really, really interested in, and you want to know more, are you listening to their words because they resonate or are you thinking about the way they look? Exactly! More often than not, you're not sitting in judgement about the way that person looks. You're listening to their words and you're engaging because you find what that person has to say, of meaning and value. So one of the key things is stop thinking about 'YOU' and start thinking about how you're helping your customers!

So are you silently suffering this fear of getting in front of the camera? Because if you are, you are not alone. And it's okay. You've come to the right place.

In my upcoming 2-Day DIY Video workshop, 'DIY Video for the SAVVY Entrepreneur', we address these two biggest challenges in detail, as well as many other challenges that business owners face when it comes to creating videos with their smartphones, or any other video recording device, for that matter.

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As part of our CAMERA CONFIDENCE segment of the workshop, I talk about the fear of stepping in front of a camera, and we will learn about a number of options and solutions to help you overcome this fear and develop more confidence. Because you see, it doesn't just take one thing, but a number of combined solutions to help you overcome this particular challenge. Getting your lighting right is one big step to overcoming this challenge, and just this one thing can affect your confidence in a big way.

Also as part of the CAMERA CONFIDENCE segment, I'm thrilled to be having along GUEST PRESENTER, Simone de Haas of 'The Speakers' Director', full-time professional speaker and speaker coach. On Day 1 of the workshop, Simone will be focusing on the ACT of speaking with confidence – simple tools for delivering with authenticity and credibility. Simone will also help you identify your preferred vocal style, and how you can best utilise this to generate trust, influence your audience and create greater visibility for you and your business.

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So to help overcome these challenges, but more importantly, to give small business owners like you, the skills needed to start creating your own videos and uploading to social media---all on your MOBILE PHONES, I've created a comprehensive beginner's 2-Day workshop, 'DIY VIDEO FOR THE SAVVY ENTREPRENEUR' to tackle these common problems, and many more, that many small business owners are experiencing with video.

More significantly, this is an EASY-TO-LEARN HANDS-ON WORKSHOP which will give you the skills to start creating your own videos with confidence and be able to still remember how to do it, well after you've walked out the door!

So please don't suffer in silence any longer! Don't you think it's about time you stepped into your brilliance to shine your light so that others may benefit from what you uniquely bring to the world?

Dates for this Brisbane Workshop are 3RD & 4TH OF NOVEMBER, 2017 with special SPRING SUPER EARLY BIRD available until 18th Sept, 2017 and SPRING EARLY BIRD tickets available until 6th Oct, 2017.

To see the FULL DETAILS OF WHAT YOU'LL BE LEARNING plus PRICING and REGISTRATION, go to my StickyTickets event page >>> DIY Video for the SAVVY Entrepreneur. Tickets are limited, so there's more hands-on training with individual participants, so be sure to book your tickets now!

And if you know anyone else who is struggling with creating video, please 'Like' and 'Share' this post. Your support is greatly appreciated!


I hope to see you there!


Kerry :) x