Episode 080: Sharing Your Story on Video with Debbie Brodsky

49:06 · 2018

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http://spiritualentrepreneur.libsyn.com/episode-080-sharing-your-story-on-video-with-debbie-brodsky

In this episode, Devi chats with Debbie Brodsky about How you can share your story on video.  Debbie is the founder of DMB Pictures, a boutique video production company specializing in producing broadcast-quality personal stories for businesses, non-profits, and families. Brodsky, a three-time Emmy Award-winning television producer with more than 25 years of experience, focused much of her early career in public television, working for South Carolina ETV (PBS), WETA (PBS), and MHz NETWORKS. Her many years of professional interviews have included such notables as Senator John McCain, Bob Dole, Tiger Woods, and former Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig. In addition to the many documentary-style films she has produced for families and family foundations, she has also worked with several nonprofits and businesses, including Johns Hopkins Medicine (Suburban & Sibley Hospitals), Federal Realty, and the National Association of Broadcasters. With her company DMB Pictures, she enjoys helping people get to the heart of their story and feel comfortable while telling it. 

Devi and Debbie discuss:

The process Debbie takes her clients through to draft their story
How Debbie helps her clients to feel more comfortable on video
The questions that Debbie asks to help people share their story
Reaching multiple "avatars" through your video
Tips for powerfully branding through video
The best colors to wear on video 
Things not to wear when doing video
The importance of having a nice background
Sitting vs. Standing in video
How to position yourself in your space to show up as your best
What to expect to spend on a well-done video of your business story
How to repurpose your video for multiple purposes
What format of video you need for different mediums
How to prepare for sharing your story on video
When to “hire out“ video and when to “do it yourself”
Being authentic when you share your story
DIY Equipment options
Filming outdoors vs indoors
Adjusting the “auto settings” on your camera
What types of microphone you need for good video
How to trick out your iPhone for “do it yourself” video
Leaving your legacy through video
The importance of follow-up in creating success

and more…

Connect with Debbie on her website @ dmbpictures.com

On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DMBPicturesLLC On Twitter: https://twitter.com/DMBPictures On LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/DebbieBrodsky/

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