“Counsel woven into the fabric of real life is wisdom.”
Okay, so you’ve designed a great presentation with five really important and well-vetted bullet points, and you’ve practiced delivering the presentation a couple of times to ensure you have a killer delivery. Once you deliver the presentation for the intended audience, though, the value of the presentation is over. Wouldn’t it be great if you could share this information with thousands of audiences versus a single audience, build your credibility immensely, and add a new revenue stream that becomes what wealthy people used to call “mailbox money,” where the revenue comes every week or month without you ever doing anything else? Enter YouTube!
You will always practice your presentation at least once or twice before you deliver the presentation to your actual audience, so during one of these practice sessions, why not just set up a video recorder? Remember that this wisdom that you are sharing, although pretty common knowledge to you, is something that people outside of your industry know very little about. It is information that is valuable.
You can record high-quality videos using your laptop or even with your smartphone now, but if you want to pay a professional to record you instead, the fees are fairly ...