Common Objections I Get From My Clients | Part 1

Common Objections I Get From My Clients | Part 1

It takes so much energy to get myself dressed up just to film a 5-10 minute video…

I hear you and I completely sympathize with you, but you are looking for exposure and answers on how to get more of it, right? So, as the saying goes, "If you want something you've never had, you must be willing to do something you've never done." 

Yes, it will take more prep time than usual, which includes time and energy away from dealing with your clients to get this organized... but you know you neeeeed take action and create some long form video content. Here is some advice I wish someone told me 5 years ago when I started my YouTube Channel.

Are you ready? You need to batch content… Say what?

No seriously. What if I told you that I only spend one full day a month shooting videos at home and come out with 3 months worth of content... and use the rest of that time to focus on growing my business? Would that be something you’d be interested in hearing more about?

In a nutshell, I spend about a week researching content topic ideas, then a day optimizing titles, doing SEO work and figuring out where I can rank on YouTube, Google, etc. Then, I spend another day writing scripts. When that is done I focus on choosing my outfits, steaming them if need be, prepping my makeup look, and setting out my accessories.

Last step is putting out my camera gear and setting up the day before I shoot. This is all done ahead of time, so that on the day of I don’t need to think about anything other than my message and what I have scripted.

Everything is organized because that’s how you get ahead.

As a bonus, at the end of my shoot day, I start putting together some content for social media. Sometimes I film generic clips of myself saying: "How’s everybody doing today?", "I just posted a new YouTube video, you’ve got to take a peek". Or even: "I have a big announcement, head over to the next slide to find out exactly what’s coming up next for Olivia G Media".

Having that extra footage saved is like a lottery ticket in your back pocket. You want to show up and show your face on camera, but you're not always in the mood to do so.

These steps I've shared with you are exactly what I do. 

They are great practice to get you feeling confident so that you can start building a community that knows, likes and trusts you. Plus that will give you the experience so that when it's time to go live on that talk show, you are feeling more prepared as you have created your own experience of being in front of the camera.