Does the idea of being on camera make your heart race and your stomach fill with butterflies?
You are not alone!
In fact, 90% of our clients expressed some resistance to being on camera, even when they knew that creating and using videos is good for business.
But don't worry we have some good news for you!
You can feel confident and even excited about putting your messages on video.
We are co-hosting a totally free masterclass called 3 Secrets to Confidence on Camera - our holiday gift to you!
Join us December 13th, 2022 from 12:00-1:00pm!
We will be sharing 3 proven strategies that we have used to help hundreds of people, just like you, go from avoiding that video camera at all costs to being comfortable and confident in front of the lens.
A recent Hubspot survey found that 86% of businesses are using video, and that video has helped increase their customers' understanding of their products and services. So if your fear of being on camera is preventing you from making and using videos, your business could be missing out on customers, recognition, and growth. a
In this one hour webinar, you’ll learn:
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Owner, Mainstream Video Production
Beth Klepper started creating videos in kindergarten. With the neighborhood kids as her actors, brothers and sisters as pushy directors and producers, and an 80s-style camera always in hand, Beth discovered the power of video and storytelling very early in life.
She earned her master’s degree in film and moved from those early childhood neighborhood productions to spending more than a decade producing live entertainment and television shows for AXS TV. Beth has told a wide range of stories, producing reality shows, travel shows and celebrity gossip shows. She also produced live concerts for groups like “The Zac Brown Band,” “Def Leppard, “The String Cheese Incident" and many more.
In 2014, Beth founded Mainstream Video Production, working with more than 100 organizations and creating more than 1,500 videos. Mainstream continues to help businesses increase revenues, save hours and tell their stories through video. Mainstream specializes in full-service production (think storyboarding, shooting and editing) and supports those who want to DIY their videos through Mainstream’s online Video Marketing 101 course.
Beth also teaches Public Speaking and Interpersonal communication at Metro State University.
Owner, Tribeca Blue Consulting
Laurie Gilbertson is a former New York City sex crimes and organized crime prosecutor, television legal analyst, educator, and entrepreneur. As the owner of Tribeca Blue Consulting, she helps professionals communicate with clarity and confidence in their public speaking, presentations, trial work, and media appearances.
Laurie is passionate about helping people present their ideas in creative and persuasive ways that engage their audiences. As a former trial lawyer and television legal analyst, she shares insider’s tips and tricks from her experiences in front of judges, juries, and live television audiences to help her clients get the most out of their presentations and public speaking.
Laurie works with her clients through group training and one-on-one coaching to develop their personal and professional narratives, craft the hooks that draw their audiences in, and curate the stories that keep them listening and wanting to learn more. This leads to more clarity and confidence in their communications and more attention and success for them and their businesses.
Laurie is a graduate of Cornell University and American University, Washington College of Law. She traded big city life for the beauty of Colorado when she and her family moved to Denver from New York several years ago. You can find her reading in her backyard, running (slowly but surely) in the park, hiking in the mountains, or watching a sporting event or dance competition involving her three awesome teenagers. You can learn more at https://www.tribecablueconsulting.com/about.