When someone doesn’t look me in the eye, it’s very disconcerting. I don’t feel I can trust them!

Do you feel the same way?

And when I’m on Zoom with online video conversations (or Skype, FaceTime, etc), I feel the same mistrust. Either the individual is not interested to hear what I’m saying, or they’re hiding something!

If you’re not using video properly, the person on the other side of the Zoom call will feel the same way about you!

We are facing unprecedented times with Covid-19. Lots of upheaval, with businesses being forced into virtual offices and employees working from home. In addition, new potential clients are uncomfortable to meet in person and may feel this way far into the future, and so we need to do intake on the phone or on video.

We must adapt, or to use more business terms, pivot, to meet these changes. We can embrace the change and grow from these challenges!

My friend, Bill Gross, is an expert with the processes to help you improve your company’s video communications in this time of Covid-19 and far into the future. I’ve convinced him to join us to discuss how we can use video to drive our businesses forward.

Bill is amazing with making your business more efficient, and he’s advised me for years. I’ve produced, shot, and edited television news, feature films, and documentaries. Together we plan to teach a one hour class PACKED with information on how to improve your use of online video to turn potential clients into billable hours.

Our event is Wednesday, May 13th, 10am, on Zoom. I’m calling it Adapt and THRIVE, and that’s what we will help you do.

Join us by clicking this link.

All the best,