People will remember how you make them feel. If they’re getting a great vibe from you, they will come back to watch more of your content. Of course, you can’t always show up peppy and high vibe but the least you can do is be authentic with your audience. If you’re not feeling it, neither will they. One of the things I do before all of my Facebook lives is checking in with myself to see how I feel. Do I have the right vibe for the topic I want to deliver?
When it’s time and you have proven yourself, there will be people in your audience who will be happy to point their finger at you and say that you are the expert in XYZ. This is probably the only time when fingerpointing is a beneficial thing.
People might be under the impression that doing live videos on your Facebook page is only worth it if you have a lot of followers. A lot. It is, in fact, a great tool to grow your business, regardless of the number of people you have on your page or in your group. Don’t wait until you have amassed a greater number of likes on your page. Give your audience great video content now. Here are my very good reasons why.
I now have a process that stores my ideas and a workflow that helps me develop the content. It did take me a while but hey, this is what business as a solo entrepreneur is like. You figure shit out on your own. Might take a few goes but at least you have the power to decide what vibes with you and what doesn’t.
There are things you can do to claim your turf and maintain it that don’t require peeing in a corner. Gentile ways that will let everyone know what your area is and what you’re all about.
Before we throw away completely, any lingering idea of doing video to grow your following let’s bust some of the excuses people use.
Spiritual practitioners often shy away from the word “expert” so I learnt to find new words for it to replace it. I use go-to person a lot because it has a less academic feel to it and therefore it’s much less intimidating