Myth #1: "Hitting publish is scary"
What if I do a bad job and embarrass myself? What if my client or my boss sees it and doesn’t like what I said?
It’s easy to get trapped in a negative spiral of endless “what ifs.”
Reality: These fears are unfounded. And living a life constrained by fear is not the life you want.
Reframe that fear as fuel and embrace the upside: Video brings good people and opportunities into your life.
Myth #2: "I don't have what it takes"
When you see someone with flawless on-camera delivery, do you feel like they have something you don't?
Reality: The truth is that they’re just like you and me. Being comfortable on camera, sharing your ideas with no stress or strain, showing your personality...anyone can do it.
It's a learnable skill. And you don’t have to be an extrovert (I'm an introvert, myself). Even the most confident YouTubers started somewhere.
Overcoming these challenges is 100% doable. Practice, combined with guided feedback, always works. And that’s what I want to give you.
Myth #3: "I can learn this on my own"
Slogging through YouTube and crappy google results is slow, lonely, and ineffective.
Reality: Learning with a supportive community means you have a built-in test audience and future collaborators.
Myth #4: "It's not ready yet"
Perfectionism is the silent killer.
It kills progress, momentum, and good ideas.
Reality: Perfectionism, just like audio capture and lighting design, is a solvable problem. And I can show you how.
Let's take a second and consider what life would be like if you could leverage video for work and life.