Today I am shooting a ton of video for various product launches and trainings.
I very much enjoy this aspect of my work but at the end of the day, I'm spent.
Some may wonder how just talking in front of a camera all day could be draining. Well, I guess it doesn't have to be – unless you want to do it right.
Let me 'splain.
One of the keys to selling, whether it's on video or before a life audience, is your energy level. If you want to move an audience to buy, the enthusiasm about your product is of paramount importance.
If you want your audience to be excited about what you're selling, you need to be excited about what you're selling.
If you want to be a peak performer, you need to be in a peak state.
All of this requires energy.
By the way, it requires even more of your energy when you don't have a live audience. When you have an enthusiastic crowd, you actually feed off their energy. It's a very cool and exhilarating experience.
So how do you build up "sales energy?" We'll talk about that tomorrow, kemosabe.
Kick butt, make mucho DEEnero!
Dave "Mr. Energy" Dee