"I’m no actor by any means."
Like everyone else, I have my good days and I have my bad days.
Trust me when I say I strive really hard at every single video I do for my clients. I try to feel the script, feel the delivery, feel the emotion. I guess you can say it’s like acting and I’m no actor by any means. I know a few big screen actors and aspiring actors and I would never insult their craft, so I can’t call myself an actor.
I’m a video spokesperson. It’s not a new thing and many people don’t know exactly what it is. I’m sure by the time you read this I’ll have a blog posted on what is a video spokesperson. You’re gonna want to check it out. Trust me!
Back to the blog topic.
It’s funny how when I am doing a video presentation I think I am feeling the delivery. But when I review my Takes, nope - it’s not captured on my video presentation. I hate that when it happens. Even though I think I am doing my best, it’s just not captured. Sometimes my clients will , sometimes they don’t.
I am now doing a few things to get better:
I’ve been a Video Spokesperson for years, and I’m still doing a lot of practicing to make it perfect. One of my pet peeves is a Video Spokesperson who has the same delivery video after video after video. Though, for some it works for them because they get a lot of clients. I like to provide range and I’m okay with it.