One size doesn’t fit all.
I’ve been on camera for more than 2 decades and I’ve trained countless people how to be better on camera. I had a lot of little issues I had to overcome to be my best on camera, and my clients have too. And while there is some overlap, there are some people who have very different issues. For example, a lot of people speak too softly when they’re on camera, but I have a couple of clients who naturally speak too loudly when the record button is on.
I design a custom set of exercises and coaching ideas that fit each individual, based on their target market, their strengths, their weak spots, their video content, and things we can fix with editing.
Sure, I have some recorded classes and I’ll be releasing more. I have a book all about being your best on camera, but my favorite approach is when I get to work with someone to help them make the best possible impact on video with the shortest path possible.