Tips to improve video speech
Posted by jaques montegolifier on September 21st, 2021
Speaking confidently in front of the camera and setting aside your performance anxiety does not come naturally to most of us. While facing the camera, even the most experienced speakers feel nervous. Whatever the reason, videos are instantly becoming the primary medium of communication. For thriving in this video era, you need to conquer your performance anxiety and learn to speak with confidence.
Here are some tips that media coaching teaches and makes us confident ahead of the camera:
Any good celebrity coach will state that if you are physically uncomfortable, performance anxiety worsens. If you want to feel relaxed in front of the camera, wear outfits that not only make you feel good about yourself but portray you as a confident individual. The least you want to worry about is feeling constrained by tight pants or someone spotting your sweat stains.
Consider arranging your video meetings or sessions, if possible, during the phase when you feel your fullest. If you are an early riser, schedule your shoot early in the day. If you are shooting a video, take time out to get your thoughts in place. Facing the camera may seem like being under the gun. Give more time to yourself than you think you need.
Breathe and relax
Before speaking ahead of the camera, do something that makes you feel relaxed. This could be yoga, reading a book, or listening to music. If you take some time to compose yourself and calm your breathing, you find that you look more normal and stress-free. Learning breathing also makes your speech easier. An informal conversational tone is appropriate for daily discussions. However, that does not work when you are facing the camera.
Excellent support network
Develop a trustworthy network of people who like to help speak better ahead of the camera to strengthen and hone your technique. Find someone who looks at your videos and offers constructive criticism. You require an honest and positive opinion if you want to get better at speaking on camera. Enrolling for media coaching courses helps you face the camera confidently.
When you work with a crew, make sure you feel confident with the people you work with. Even those involved in making a video need to work together, and this consists in helping you conquer your performance anxiety and enhancing your video speech.
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