Bless you dear Friends, thanks for visiting my blog and welcome to today’s article which is…drum roll…drum roll…drum roll…. My YouTube Videos And How I’m Overcoming My Fears Of Being On Camera.
Crazy uh. After all these years of procrastinating and feeling petrified of appearing on camera, I’ve finally dug deep and this month, set myself the challenge of recording and posting a video every day on my YouTube Channel.
My March 2014 YouTube Videos Goal
The purpose of my March 2014 “Post-A-YouTube-Video-Every-Day” challenge isn’t to record and post the “Perfect Video” but for me to face my fears, learn how to use my camera phone and record a video every day this month (March 2014) and post the video on YouTube.
I still have a load of stuff to learn and am still fumbling and trying to make sense of how to use my phone, a Samsung Galaxy S4 to record the videos, how to post them, what keywords to use and all the other behind-the-scenes geeky technical stuff which I dont even know what I don’t know (if that makes sense?!) ….yet…I’m happy with my progress. So far, everyday this month I’ve overcome my fears, recorded and posted my YouTube videos and everyday feel more confident in doing this.
Day 13 Of My March 2014 Post-A-YouTube-Video-Every-Day Challenge
Today is Day 13 of my March 2014 Post-A-YouTube Video-Every-Day and this morning, I decided to take another step and specifically record this video to share with you, as part of this week’s blog.
Click here Day 13 My YouTube Video to view my Day 13 YouTube Video
Well, What Did You Think Of My YouTube Video?
I’d love to hear your feedback. I’ve sooo much to learn and action to make these videos more relevant, appropriate and useful for you. Sharing today’s video is all part of that process. Thank you.
Click here to check out my first 12 YouTube videos!
Future Dreams And Aspirations
Long term, as I become more confident and experienced in video recording, the idea is to revisit my old blogs and where appropriate video record the yoga routines and meditation tips you found most useful, for example this article about Yoga Exercises For Tired Eyes, is still very popular and I know you would enjoy “seeing” the exercises been done as well as read about them.
I am open to suggestions and your guidance in relation to what blogs you’d like to see in video format and even new topics you’d be interested in learning more about. Drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know your thoughts. Thank you.
I also wish to offer you the same info via audio podcasts so maybe next month I’ll set myself the challenge of recording a daily audio meditation! By the end of this year I’ll be a right yogi-geek.
All of this are dreams and aspirations, things I’d like to do. As you know, I love writing, so I’ll continue to write and publish yoga ebooks via Amazon Kindle, to offer weekly blogs, poems, prayers and develop yoga and meditation products to help you relax, reduce stress and nurture your spiritual development.
Life has taught me, to pace myself, to take the rough with the smooth, to be open, to be still and listen.
Striving for balance and simplicity are key components in how I wish to live my life….so we’ll see what the angels have in store and how I respond.
I’m open to see what manifests, to see how this new video-audio venture all pans out, what difference it makes to our relationship, how my business evolves and my wish to manage my time and energy to live a balanced, simple and mindful life.
Well, this wasn’t quite the post I’d planned for this week yet am glad to have crossed my “camera shy-technophobia-fear” hurdle and as usual thank you for your patience and understanding as I explore what I am capable of doing and stretch outside my comfort zones to smile and serve you more.
P.S. If you are looking for more yoga information, check out my yoga ebooks, over on my Amazon Kindle Store. Thank you.
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