Other entrepreneurs ask me all the time what the heck a VLOGSTAR is?!?
Vlogstar (definition): video blog star
Next question after that is why I bother doing video? Aren’t I busy enough as an entrepreneur already?
And yeah I am busy…but never too busy for video.
The reason I started doing video for my business is because it helped take me to new levels that would have required a lot more energy, time, and effort otherwise.
Connecting with peeps online is a great way to build a reader and client base, but it can be hard to do when someone who visits your website or blog has never met you.…
Video editing can make your blog and YouTube videos pop and shhhhhizzle.
Problem is a lot of editing software can be complicated and takes way too long to figure out, especially if you’re a busy entrepreneur.
So what the heck do you do to get better videos but not spend all your time doing it?
Most editing pros recommend a program called Final Cut, but it is waaay pricey (over $1,000) and the training manual looks like an encyclopedia.
Ain’t nobody got time for dat!
I use a much leaner and less expensive editing software called Adobe Premiere Elements and I even taught myself how to use it.…
I get so many technical questions about video blogging, especially from entrepreneurs.
Videos are such a kick ass way to promote yourself and reach a wider audience online.
When you show up as your authentic self on video it helps people connect to you, and that can help you make a lot more money in your business.
Lots of peeps reach out to me about how to make the quality of their videos better without spending a ton of money on equipment.
You don’t need fancy Hollywood level equipment to make your videos pop and sizzle!…
Career changes can be really scary. Like meltdown status scary.
Letting go of a career is like letting go of an identity and it often sends your poor fragile ego over the edge!
I recently had a HUGE career change where I sold my accounting business of 11 years.
And now I am focusing full time on this blog, blog coaching, speaking, and finishing my book.
Yes, these are all things I’ve said I wanted more than anything.
But actually letting my tried and true business go to focus on the new has been terrifying.…
Do you have tons of rules that you live by?
I dig some rules. They keep us sane and structured.
But there are other rules that don’t serve us.
Those usually start with phrases like…
1. Have to do this
2. Can’t do that
When you set rules like that you lock your awesome self into a box, kind of like a prison.
It creates a lot of limitations and can be really disheartening.
After a while, you can feel trapped as all hell in your own self imposed box. You don’t always know how you got trapped, you just know you want out.…