Chinh Pham is a raw & real coach with more than ten years of coaching experience. She helps women entrepreneurs get their message out there and attract more clients through compelling and engaging videos.
In today’s interview, Chinh talks to us about how she forged forward during her entrepreneurial struggles and lows, and what it takes to make it through the tough times. She also gives us some great tips on how to really shine on video and allow your true self to be seen 🙂 She also tells us how to position our video so it can reach your intended audience.
Having a successful business depends on your inner game – the belief system that you have.
We really have to train our inner critic to find things that are awesome about ourselves. Retrain your brain to look for things you can praise instead of criticize.
Video is really the way that internet marketing is going, because it is just more engaging. Within five seconds you can see if the person on the other side of the camera is someone you resonate with and want to continue learning from. It is so easy to use video to showcase who you are, what you do, and really engage people.
The universe really has an interesting and funny way of teaching you 🙂
There are a couple of things that impressed me about my interview with Chinh. One was the importance of video for growing your business and creating a great connection with potential clients (and potential new friends and partners). I have been thinking about starting a video channel and it just seemed like a lot of work…and podcasting is already pretty time consuming! After talking with Chen, I feel inspired to start working on creating videos. The other part of the interview that I thought quite a lot about was Chinh’s entrepreneurial “low” moment when she realized that her income had dried up and that she could not keep living her dream life. She dealt with this so well…she accepted the scared and upset part of herself that needed nurturing, and then she pulled herself back up and continued to forge forward. It is good to know that no matter how great people look on their website or in their videos, they are not immune to struggle and lows.
“The Slight Edge”, by Jeff Olsen