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Hiding from Video?!
Podcast interview by Ian Bower
In this episode we talk to Elsewine Rietveld who is an expert on confidence, presence and crushing your fear of getting in front of the camera.
If you’re like me and you don’t suffer from anything more than occasional butterflies when getting on camera, then I suggest you tune in anyway as the conversation also includes some tips for increasing your presence.
Podcast interview by Engel Jones
Engel Jones is an Entrepreneur, Life Coach and the podcast host of the Twelve Minute Convo. His passion is to help you find Y.O.U.R.S - Your Own Unique Real Self.
After having 1001 conversations in 3 months he uncovered Y.O.U.R.S, a tool used to reconnect you to the hidden passion and purpose which is essential to creating a brand of Y.O.U.R.S.
Written for the Global Recruiter
As a recruiter you need to be savvy, clever and kick-ass to find the best candidate for the job at hand. Making everybody happy in the process, because when either party discovers their expectations are not met, the deal will fall through. These three skills are very useful for recruiters, so they can do their job at it’s best:
Own Your Stage
Podcast Interview with Jen Turrell
Our conversation today covers her childhood experience on debate teams, how she discovered the Presence method, and the difference it has made for her as an entrepreneur and in her relationship. Quote:
A debate is not your personal opinion, it’s still safe, it’s not you standing there, speaking there.” – Elsewine
3 tips for videos
Written for Jelly
It seems like almost everyone is doing ‘something’ with online videos, especially entrepreneurs… Either on their website – to speak to their audience better than with a picture only- or in an online course/training or videoblog. Having a good video on your website increases your visibility, and the likelihood that people want to engage with you.
3 confidence boosters for Huffington Post
We all feel a bit scared when we have to speak in front of large groups- or even smaller groups. Also seasoned speakers often experience pre-stage anxiety. And I know many speakers that are happy to speak on stage, but when they’re staying for a drink (and networking) afterwards, they’d rather hide behind the fern than have people speaking to them.