5 Tips To Present With Confidence on Your Livestreams
How come some people just appear really charismatic, likeable confident – just really good on video or live stream? Let me share my 5 Tips To Present With Confidence on Your Livestreams.
1: Be clear about the one takeaway for your audience
Before you get started with your video or livestream, you need to have an idea of where you want to take your audience. You need to give your audience one big takeaway that they would be able to remember from your livestream days or weeks after it has aired.
2: Have a framework to know where you will start and end
You need to have a framework that you can use to take you from the beginning through the middle until the end of your video. This prevents you from rambling and allows you to take your audience on a well-planned journey where your confidence will shine through.
If you want a simple framework that you can use, check out my E.A.S.E. framework and easily create a talk that connects in less than 5 minutes.
3: Warm up and ENERGY UP
Before doing a livestream or a presentation, do activities that help you warm up and drive your energy up for your audience.
In the same way that athletes warm up before starting the competition in order to get their muscles to loosen up before the big event, you also need to have your own warm up routine. You can do facial and lip exercises, power posing – anything to get ourselves in the place where we are able to deliver something of value and with energy to our audience.
Now, to energy up, I listen to music that really drives me and pumps me up. I choose the music that allows me to get my energy up so that I then transmit that energy to the audience.
4: Have a strong opening
You only have a few seconds to get your audience’s interest and hook them in your presentation. What is the thing that you’re going to do to get that interest and keep it quickly?
If you want to know how I do it, check out this video on how you can crush the openings of your speeches/presentations. It’s a simple technique that I use and if you try it out, I guarantee you that it’s going to have a different impact on your audience.
5: Know your call to action
What is the one thing that you want your audience to do at the end of your livestream video? Know your call to action. Never end one of your videos without having a next step or a call to action for your audience.
Follow these five tips and it’s going to up level that confidence that you have in delivering your content, video, or your live stream.
For more tips on communication, leadership, and motivation, visit my YouTube channel on https://www.youtube.com/robertkennedy3.