Sharing my thoughts with the TEDx crowd...
TEDx and me are a thing? Yup, :)
In order to create impact and help those who need to hear your message most, it's important to share your thought leadership.
I preach this to every single thought leader client that sets foot in front of my camera.
It's also something that I practice in my own work, as well.
Recently, I was given a tremendous opportunity to do just that by writing a guest post for the awesome and inspiring folks at TEDx Lincoln Square.
This TEDx article was written to answer one question:
What does "looking beyond" mean to you?
In this article, I answered this question with respect to how I work with my clients - and, more specifically, how I help guide them to look beyond their insecurities when in front of a camera.
Can you relate to what is talked about in this TEDx article?
Do you feel uncomfortable in front of the camera, and need a little guidance, inspiration, and a kick in the butt to get the types of portraits that present you as the change agent expert that you are?
Take a moment to set up a call with me, let's have a chat and see if I can help you with that.
PS - For those of you who aren’t in the know, I mail out these blogs 3x a week, and lemme tell you, they’re a real party, so, if you’d like to get in on this, sign up for it here and I’ll throw in a free gift for you...because I care, :)