I normally don’t talk about charisma very much because it’s something that’s mostly out of your control.

However, the activities that lead to it are very much in your control, and that includes the topic of this video.

In fact, if you don’t do this, your authority won’t even make it past the microphone.

Fortunately there’s a quick little exercise that, so far, has never failed to do the trick for everyone who tries it.

Hope you find it helpful!

    19 replies to "A Tiny Tip For Creating On-Camera Charisma"

    • Kay

      Great video! Thanks for the tip. I suffer from MDD. 🙂

      • Steven Washer

        You’re more than OK. 90% is awareness.

    • Mel Hardman

      Maestro! You’re a real maestro, Steve. Wish I could master on-screen mojo …even one-tenth of what you have.

      Haven’t heard anything from you in quite a while about your e-mini trading. Please update me on your progress. BTW…. I’m making a short series of videos on the indicators I use for all who have asked my coaching help. I’ll let you know as soon as they are finished and online. Would appreciate your feedback as to my, (hopefully, improved) mojo—thanks to you.

      • Steven Washer

        Happy to help, Mel. And thanks for the kind words!

    • Carol Chapman

      Steve, I’m grinning from ear to ear! I love the humorous touches that come with the message. They make me want to keep on watching. Please thank Jennifer from me.

      • Steven Washer

        You were smart to arrive early. She’s totally running short now:)

    • Leslie Keelty

      Hi Steve, this is my favourite video to date! I was moving away when you mentioned Jennifer and quickly dashed back, so clever!

      • Steven Washer

        Thanks, Leslie 😉

    • Ronald Ross

      Charisma happens when the real you leaks out!

      • Steven Washer

        It can unless the real you is feeling a bit needy.

    • Christy Foster

      Steve, thank you for the tip! I feel so fortunate to have met you. I appreciate how simple you explain the process of good video.

      • Steven Washer

        Glad you found it helpful, Christy!

    • Paul

      Steven, this is fantastic! Thank you. I was sooo disappointed with my last attempt creating a video that I created an audio instead. Now, I know that from which I have suffered, MDD! Your distinctions about what the camera does with my energy, I could see it in reviewing my videos. Going to see Jennifer right away. ; > )

      • Steven Washer

        Cool! I hope this makes your next one irreplaceable. 😉

    • Richard Mowrey

      Once again on target with that “special something” you always deliver!!

      • Steven Washer

        Thank you kindly, Rich!

    • Steven Washer

      Thank you kindly, Rich!

    • Don

      Hi Steve,

      I can totally relate to the energy vacuum. I get all ready to project but once the camera rolls it’s like I have been sucked down a drain and it shows on my videos. Watching your videos has given me many insights into correcting the problems.

      Keep up the great Work!

      • Steven Washer

        I’ll do my best, Don. Thanks!

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