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Stop HIDING from the Camera! 7 Mistakes to Avoid to Create More Visibility | Sarah Michelle Brown

The Eleshia Show

“People who are uncomfortable on camera tend to have a few traits in common: being a perfectionist, having tender hearts, and being scared to be judged.”- Sarah Michelle Brown - People always tell us that we have to be visible and consistent to excel and be successful in our business. However, it can be a bit overwhelming not knowing where to start.We’re scared of being seen and terrified to share our stories, afraid of the judgment and opinions of other people. In this episode, we’ll master how to feel comfortable, completely transform our videos, and up level our on-camera presence.Sarah Michelle Brown is someone who finds fullness, beauty, humor, vulnerability, and passion on camera.  In this episode, she shares her journey on how she overcame the fear of being visible. Get your pen and paper and jot down the 7 mistakes to avoid to create more visibility. Learn more about the importance of practice, cultivating a positive mindset, being committed and consistent, and overall making the process fun, achievable, and exciting rather than terrifying. Tune in to learn more!Eleshia’s Essentials:I need to find a way to make it about something bigger than me, to focus shifts and allow my personality to shine through.They don't see how beautiful, amazing, and connective they can be on camera so they need somebody else to reflect it to them. Allow yourself to have a quiet time and ease away from the action to recharge. It’s important to understand that feeling confident and comfortable on camera is not a talent but a skill that can be learned.The inner critic is just telling you what it knows to stop you from taking action. It's just trying to keep you in the same spot and not getting the momentum to change your life.Clients will love you for who you are because you are helping to change their life.You can have a crappy camera, but people will remember you sharing amazing content, engaging with them, and giving generously from your heart.About the Guest:Sarah Michelle Brown is a  video coach, filmmaker, and actor who empowers big-dreaming entrepreneurs to stop HIDING from their camera and start feeling CONFIDENT making videos! She teaches them how to make engaging videos in a fun + powerful way so that they can create more visibility, income and have a bigger impact on their work.Connect with Sarah :WebsiteInstagramDownload Sarah Michelle’s free gift to you HERE About the Show:The Eleshia Show is a podcast to help female business owners feel empowered to put their well-being first whilst building their businesses. We’ll be bringing you conversations with guests and sometimes just solo episodes. We’ll be discussing strategies, sharing stories, experiences, expertise,  insights, and everything in between to enhance your well-being and build your business while still trying to navigate real life. The host Eleshia Harris will share her decades of project management and wellness coaching experience to help you to start saying yes without procrastinating.

41mins

27 Apr 2021

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Michelle Brown from Main Street Hanford On Rebel Radio Now.

Rebel Radio Now!

Michelle Brown from Main Street Hanford On Rebel Radio Now. What is happening in Hanford!  Thursday Night Marketplace starts May 6th! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/todd-cotta/support

38mins

16 Apr 2021

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Ep. 2: Reinventing Customer Experience: United Airlines' Michelle Brown

Reinventing Customer Experience

On this episode of our “Reinventing Customer Experience” podcast, ZS Principal Arun Shastri and Associate Principal Gopi Vikranth chat with Michelle Brown, vice president of digital products and analytics for United Airlines, about how digital and tech have evolved prior to and during the pandemic. They are also joined by ZS Principal Kajal Narasimha, who worked for United for nearly two decades.

37mins

16 Apr 2021

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Joe Lunardi and Michelle Brown.

ML Sports Platter

00:00-13:00:ESPN bracket guru and author Joe Lunardi chats about his new book, what his job really is like, perfect brackets picked in the past, loving the A-10, the Bonnies' magical run, his friendship with Dennis DePerro, when he fell in love with the game and more!14:00-37:00:Former Bonnies hoopster Michelle Brown joins the show to discuss being a proud alum, her great career, appreciating SBU then and now, what she's doing now, Mark Schmidt's impact, the LSU matchup, her beloved Philadelphia Eagles and more, plus Quick Hits!

36mins

20 Mar 2021

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25-Cooking with Momma Bear, Michelle Brown

Connect FCS ED

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CONTENT DISCUSSED…• FCS Podcast: https://fcspodcast.com• FCS Tips: https://www.fcstips.com• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ConnectFCSed• Twitter: https://twitter.com/Scully6Files• Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/connectfcsed• Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/connectfcsed• Michelle Brown's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiNoh_4RorT44IBGLbotV9w KEYNOTES DISCUSSED:•  How am I going to teach cooking? But I'm at home. And so I thought about doing a YouTube channel, and I have a 12-year-old. She's like, Mom, I can help you with all of that. Editing, some thumbnails, you name it, I know how to do it. I went baby, how do you know? But yeah, she knew how, she had to train me. It was so free, I'm like, Baby, I'd wake her up. Mommy needs to get this video out, How do I edit this, how do I add the title? And so she's been my little assistant, which is so awesome. (7:18)•  When I first started, I wanted it to be just like I was doing a demo in front of the students in the classroom, the physical classroom, so I'd lay all this stuff out, but I'm like, Okay, you're going to need this, this, this, this, and... I have all the tools and equipment and all the ingredients, and then I wanted to go step by step, so if a kid had to pause it and go find it, or I break in egg and then they break egg and they pause it, and then they can follow along without feeling like they're going to get lost. (9:21)•  I think all of us got thrown into this, and nobody could have ever imagined that we find ourself in 2020 in this kind of position. And so I think everybody's scrambling trying to figure out, what am I doing?... I think some teachers were just, had a better or easier... We're able to slide into it at a better pace... I know, I'm probably not saying this right. But, other teachers are like, What? What's YouTube or what's a Schoology, or what is a puzzle!... Oh my gosh, it's like a whole new lingo out there. (13:57)•  So I'm always trying to be one step ahead. Yeah... During the spring, I had my students, I would go... I want you to go out, look in your pantry, or you're cupboards, whatever it is, and I want you to pull out five ingredients that you can actually make something, and make it from scratch.  (20:17)•   I just have an iPad propped up on a tripod, and it actually works really slick, so I don't use my phone, but I might, but I really like the iPad. And then, I can get it right off the iPad and have the apps right on there, so that's nice, I like it. Well, you're giving me ideas and you've given me some hope that I can do this, I can cross over and to making stuff in the kitchen. (28:07) WHEN DOES IT AIR…September 23, 2020

36mins

23 Sep 2020

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Michelle Brown Gives The Game On Doing Business With Your Local Government

Diversified Game

Contact Michelle @ https://www.facebook.com/kaliahpr/ Or https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaliahpr/ This is the Diversified Game Podcast with Kellen "Kash" Coleman a podcast giving entrepreneurial advice from a diverse and inclusive perspective.  Submit to Be Our Guest: Send your bio, epk, one sheet, and decks to diversifiedgame@gmail.com Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gamediversified    Follow the Diversified Game Experience: http://diversifiedgame.com http://instagram.diversifiedgame.com  http://facebook.diversifiedgame.com  http://twitter.diversifiedgame.com  http://youtube.diversifiedgame.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/diversifiedgame/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/diversifiedgame/support

1hr 5mins

4 Sep 2020

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130 – Connecting on LinkedIn through Video with Sarah Michelle Brown

Good Girls Get Rich Podcast

This week’s episode of Good Girls Get Rich is brought to you by Uplevel Media CEO and LinkedIn expert, Karen Yankovich. In this episode, guest Sarah Michelle Brown and Karen discuss why video is so important for your business and how you can get comfortable on camera. Sarah Michelle Brown is a video coach, filmmaker, and actor who empowers big-dreaming entrepreneurs to stop hiding from their cameras and start feeling confident making videos so they can create more visibility, more income, and have a bigger impact with their work. #GoodGirlsGetRich We want to hear your thoughts on this episode! Leave us a message on Speakpipe or email us at info@karenyankovich.com. About the Episode: It’s the year of the video – we heard that in 2018, in 2019, and now in 2020. That means video isn’t going anywhere, and it’s a critical tool for your business. And while you need a professional sales videos, there’s something special about the turn-on-your-camera-and-just-start-filming videos. The Benefits of Video Posting these videos on social media, whether they be live or pre-recorded, allows your audience to feel more connected with you in the moment. It closes the gap between student and teachers and allows your audience to feel more like peers. Overcoming Hesitancy Even if you’re ready to start using videos to promote yourself on LinkedIn, you might be hesitant. Being in front of a camera tends to make people self-conscience. Sometimes they feel like they can’t handle it and don’t have the talent. Hear this… talent is a myth. Sarah Michelle Brown teaches that you have to practice to get better. Who cares if your first videos aren’t good! You’ll get better as you go. Just show up as yourself. It might feel awkward at first, but once you get used to being on video, you’ll see the benefits. Posting your videos on social media like LinkedIn will help your audience to feel less alone and make meaning connections. Listen to this episode to learn more about making your first video, myths about being on camera, and the benefits video will bring your business. Episode Spotlights: Where to find everything for this week’s episode: karenyankovich.com/130 Introducing this episode’s guest, Sarah Michelle Brown (2:47) What and when to video (8:00) Maintain who you are (10:47) One of the biggest mistake entrepreneurs make with their videos (11:41) No-pressure videos (13:55) Myths about being on camera (16:50) Show up as yourself (21:15) Talent is a myth (22:20) Tip for making videos during these challenging times (30:10) Sarah’s visibility challenge (35:55) Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Where you can find Sarah Michelle Brown Website LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Instagram 28 Types of Videos Join the Free LinkedIn Workshop Sign up for the She’s LinkedUp Masterclass Join my free Facebook Group if you have any questions about today’s episode Help Us Spread The Word! It would be awesome if you shared the Good Girls Get Rich Podcast with your fellow entrepreneurs on Twitter. Click here to tweet some love! If this episode has taught you just one thing, I would love if you could head on over to Apple Podcasts and SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW! And if you’re moved to, kindly leave us a rating and review. Maybe you’ll get a shout out on the show! Ways to Subscribe to Good Girls Get Rich: Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via PlayerFM You can also subscribe via Stitcher Good Girls Get Rich is also on Spotify Take a listen on Podcast Addict

41mins

10 Aug 2020

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Michelle Brown – Paper crafting enthusiast who runs From Picture To Page and Beyond when she’s not being an engineer!

She's THE Boss Chats

Michelle Brown's business is called From Picture To Page and Beyond. She is a mad paper crafter and one day, out of the blue almost, she made an offer to the woman who was running her favourite crafting show, and it was accepted!

33mins

2 Aug 2020

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Michelle Brown – Paper crafting enthusiast who runs From Picture To Page and Beyond when she’s not being an engineer!

She's THE Boss Chats

Michelle Brown's business is called From Picture To Page and Beyond. She is a mad paper crafter and one day, out of the blue almost, she made an offer to the woman who was running her favorite crafting show, and it was accepted! So Michelle, who is an engineering consultant when she's not running crafting events, has plunged herself fully into running events for hundreds (her biggest one has thousands) of paper crafting enthusiasts.Then COVID-19 struck and she was initially so despondent as the entire model for her business relied on supporting craft retailers and fans through live events. But never one to give up for long, she quickly set up a home studio and started running craft demonstrations online that are shared on YouTube and her website. She also opened an online craft store. Michelle is one of the loveliest, most thoughtful women on the planet and this story is one that's sure to inspire you to give running a business a go! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

33mins

2 Aug 2020

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Episode 8 - Michelle Brown

Papascorner's Podcast

Good evening y'all. So joining me today in an amazing conversation is my friend Michelle Brown. Michelle is a history teacher of 32 years, and our conversation bounces around quite frequently. We discuss history, her observations of the current times and lives of the teens she teaches, our egos, and also how she has come to understand and accept how her struggles have made her into the beautiful soul she is today. This is one podcast I had to re listen to in order to completely understand and appreciate how amazing this conversation truly was. The book we mention is "A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose," by Eckhart Tolle. Hope y'all enjoy

1hr 23mins

12 Jan 2020

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