Video is powerful. When you have an online business, you often can’t meet people in person. The closest substitute is video, especially live video. It’s the best way to connect with your audience. The exponential growth of Facebook Live and YouTube Live are good examples.
A couple of weeks ago, 2 women told me they didn’t ever want to show their face on video. Women especially can be overly sensitive about their appearance and so they are often uncomfortable doing live video. So I was thrilled to meet a very special person online, Pam Fitros. She has a rare autoimmune disease called alopecia universalis, which causes total hair loss.
I interviewed Pam, asking her about her story. Yes, on video. If you are uncomfortable about showing your face on video, I urge you to watch. She’s truly inspirational about being true to yourself. We also laughed a lot — I know you’ll enjoy it!
What do you think now?
Leave a comment and let me know what you think of Pam and share your own feelings about showing yourself on video.I do Facebook Lives in my private group for my clients and less often, in my public group here. That’s where I put my face on live video!