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  • Stop It! The Truth About Overcomplicating Your Process (And How To Simplify Brain Chaos!) [Video]

    Stop Overcomplicating Your Process- One Step At A Time

    Say Good Bye To Overwhelm– If you want to stop overcomplicating your process to reduce brain chaos, the solution is much more simple than you think!

    From my vacation place in Jackson Hole, Wyoming! Due to heavy winds (40 MPH! WOAH!) I had to take the skiing one step at a time – bit by bit. I realized that this has SO MUCH to do with our business.

    When you’re trying something new, when you want to do something different it’s so easy to get nervous and want to give up when you see how far you still have to go.

    Watch how I use this simple vacation strategy that can help you reduce overwhelm, so you can stop overcomplicating your process in whatever you do.

    Curing Overwhelm…

    Trying to keep up with what’s working now can be intense! We tend to feel overly sensitive and critical about doing Facebook lives every day, trusting yourself and your instincts to do your own photos and videos.

    What IS the best way to connect with your audience and HOW do you get there when the journey seems so long?

    The Beauty Of One Step At A Time…

    The best way to make that connection is to learn all the best skills you can, and then go out there ONE. STEP. at a time.

    You have to be gracious with yourself when learning new things. Everything has a learning curve, and you can do it! All you’ve got to do is try your best and learn, learn, learn as much as you can.

    Stop Drowning In Stuff and Show Up Confident…

    Grab that camera and practice with it! Check your light, grab a few selfies.

    TIP: When doing a video (live or otherwise) grab a screenshot in the same position that you can use for a nicer cover photo, so you aren’t stuck with whatever weird screenshot Facebook, YouTube etc. chooses for you!

    Take it bit by bit. Film the video. Take a screenshot. Upload to one platform, then another, and then another – don’t try to do it all at once. Repurpose the stuff that works!

    It all starts with the basics. Learning the basics of how to take your own photos not only makes you feel more confident in front of the camera but it also helps you relate to your tribe in the most authentic way because they’re getting to see you!

    Get What It Takes To Beat Complication…

    If you really want to learn how to get into your best self to stand out and become and Authentic Superstar I invite you to go over to authenticsuperstar.com  and sign up for me free challenge! (Psst, it’ll only be free for a limited amount of time, so get in there now!)

    I’ll show you how to position yourself, brand yourself, how to take your own photos and how to be seen so that you can be able to attract your ideal audience and scale the audience you have just by being the best at being you. See you there, authenticsuperstar.com.

    Video Transcription

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    – Hello, hello, hello.

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    It’s me, Sharon Haver here
    to help you get out there

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    when you realize that you’re
    expertise is not enough

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    to stand out in a crowded market.

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    So, today’s a funny day.

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    I’m in my place in Jackson
    hence, a little western-y, right?

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    We’re very western here.

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    So, I just came back.

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    I have a call in about eight minutes

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    so I’m gonna try to make this super fast,

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    but what I wanted to tell
    you is I just came back

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    from my first cross country
    Nordic run of the season.

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    We’re only here a couple of days

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    and we had errands to do this morning.

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    I went out and the weather is gorgeous.

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    It’s not too cold and
    the snow is coming down,

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    which is not a good
    thing for cross country

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    and it was also super,
    super, super, super windy

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    that guy at the place said that

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    it was about 40 miles an hour earlier.

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    So, had to peter it down,

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    but it wasn’t a lot of
    visibility out there.

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    You could only go a little bit

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    and it’s one step at a time.

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    It was actually kind of perfect for me

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    because today was my first day out.

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    I didn’t wanna tucker myself out.

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    I already did some Pilates
    and it was a good little bit

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    to get out there even though
    when the wind died down

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    it was just like, oh my God, so gorgeous,

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    but when the wind wasn’t dying
    it was like pshh, snow storm.

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    So, the same thing
    relates to your business.

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    When you’re trying something new.

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    When you want to get something different.

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    When you want to get out there

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    and you’re being even nervous about

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    doing a Facebook live like
    this or even doing your photos

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    and your headshots and you’re
    really feeling kind of,

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    oh, sensitive and overly critical

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    about how you’re connecting
    with your audience,

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    the best way of doing it is
    learn all the skills you can,

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    but also go out there one step at a time.

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    Just like I did today on
    my first cross country run.

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    Just one step at a time.

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    I was only out for 20 minutes,

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    but it was very vigorous 20 minutes

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    so I did as much as I can to come back,

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    to be able to come in now and talk to you

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    and to be ready for my call,
    but, it’s the same thing.

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    Like when you’re trying to
    learn how to do your photos.

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    If you’re using your camera,
    which mine’s around me.

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    Is it around me?

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    Ahh.

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    I’ve gotta slide.

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    So, let’s say you wanna learn
    how to do your headshots

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    and you’re really not
    sure about how to do it.

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    You’ve got your camera, right?

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    And all you’ve gotta do is…

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    I’m gonna put it on camera.

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    Is turn it around.

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    Make sure you have the light.

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    The light’s coming at me this way

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    and then if you wanna do something,

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    what I think is a really good trick,

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    when you’re doing these
    lives, the thumbnail

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    that Facebook finds is really
    kinda weird and creepy,

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    so I always like to do one either

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    on my webcam on my computer, which is also

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    really awesome for photos,
    or right like this.

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    So, hold it in the same
    place your computer is

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    and take your pictures.

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    One step at a time.

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    Learn it.

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    And then you can these photos,
    you can also repurpose them

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    on your IG stories, on
    your Facebook stories.

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    You can repurpose them
    on you Instagram feed.

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    You can repurpose them
    on your Facebook feed,

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    always have that good thumbnail.

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    So, learning the basics of
    having to take your own photos

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    not only makes you feel
    more confident in front

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    of the camera, but it
    also helps you relate

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    to your tribe in the most authentic way

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    because they’re getting to see you.

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    So, I hope that helps
    and if you want more.

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    If you really want more to learn how

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    to get into your best self, to stand out

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    and become an authentic
    superstar, I invite you

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    to go over to
    AuthenticSuperstar.com right now.

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    It’s my free challenge
    that’s coming up really soon.

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    It’s only gonna be free
    for a really sort time,

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    so, I encourage you to
    get in there right now.

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    AuthenticSuperstar.com

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    You can come in as an early bird

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    and I’ll teach you how
    to position yourself,

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    how to brand yourself, how
    to take your own photos

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    and how to be seen so that you can be able

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    to attract your ideal audience

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    and scale the audience you have

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    just by being the best at being you.

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    So, sounds good.

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    Lemme show you something here in my house.

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    So, if you wanna see.

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    I feel like you’d like to see my mantle.

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    That’s my moose.

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    See, we love wildlife out here,

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    but we like to keep ’em alive so oh,

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    we have lots of pictures of
    horse and of elk and of moose

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    and there’s a big horn around
    and all sorts of stuff,

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    but none of them were ever breathing.

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    [laughs] That’s my policy out here.

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    I like animals around here.

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    It’s very western, it’s very rustic,

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    but none of my folks were ever breathing.

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    So, anyway, that’s it.

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    I hope to see you guys soon
    and I’m gonna for my meeting

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    So, don’t worry.

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    You’ll teach you everything you need.

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    Just go over to AuthenticSuperstar.com.

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    [kisses]
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    Buh-bye.
    Take care.

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    And if you found this enjoyable,
    share it with a friend.

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    The more the merrier, okay guys?

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    And leave a comment and
    let me know where you’re at

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    and what you’re struggles are

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    and what you’re taking
    your baby steps at doing,

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    whether your first day out
    at cross country skiing,

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    learning how to swim, learning
    how to create a funnel,

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    learning how to take your own photos,

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    learning how to be confident on camera.

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    Let me know what your first
    baby step is today, okay?

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    I’ll see you guys soon.

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    Buh-bye.

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    [kisses]
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    AuthenticSuperstar.com.

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