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How to Be Authentic and Confident On Camera?

Do you want to learn how to stay authentic and be yourself? Have you always wanted to look and sound confident on camera? Then this blog is for you!

I have had a lot of people asking me constantly on what’s the difference between doing a live sales and doing it virtually. Of course there’s definitely a difference between face to face and online sales.

What happens during live sales is you can actually have that physical contact when you’re shaking a person’s hand. You’re there, you can see that person and it’s real! So, there is a bit of a difference in the emotional attachment between face to face and virtual.

Hence, when you are doing virtual sales, you have to replicate that! So, today I will talk about 4 aspects that will give you an idea on this.

1.Dress To Impress:

First of all, dress up for the occasion, no matter if it is happening live or virtually as it makes an impression even before you can say anything. Make sure the lighting in the room is really good, so one can actually see your face clearly. Have your camera on and make sure you have a good network connection, and you’re audible to the other person. This is the first aspect from the virtual perspective.

2.Show High Energy Levels:

The second aspect is to really bring the energy on a virtual sale. Imagine if my energy is at level 10 in real life, you will feel my energy at level 7 on a virtual call. So, you really need to take it to level 15. If you see in real life, it might feel like you’re over the top but it’s what is needed for a virtual level because energy goes through multiple layers. It goes through this camera, across the internet to the other person’s side so that’s the energy that you need to really hype it up and maintain so it comes across as connecting.

3.Accept your mistakes:

The third aspect of a virtual call would be to accept your mistakes. On a virtual call sometimes we make little mistakes here and then. We become nervous and might say things in a different way than planned or blank out sometimes and not stay on track. All that is completely okay because that is authenticity!

4.Be Yourself:

The fourth aspect is just to be yourself. When you make mistakes or you are not being on point with how you look or speak, it shows that you are being yourself and you are not faking anything. Don’t worry about whether you’re looking good or not. It’s absolutely fine and if you keep it that way the authenticity comes out. If you are trying to be too perfect, then people can’t relate with you, they will feel like you are just trying to show off and there’s no authenticity in that! So, just be who you are!


So, the four aspects that you need to remember are; number one: dress to impress. Number two: show high energy levels. Number three: accept your mistakes and number four: be yourself.

Just make sure that you have these 4 aspects in mind and implement it so that you can surely come across as super confident and authentic on camera and close sales like you would face to face.

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About the author

Dev Sethi is the Founder & CEO of ‘Wealth On Command’. Dev is a Global Sales Award Winner and “Closer of the Year 2019” in High Ticket Sales across 150 countries. He is the 1st person across Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe and South America to ever win this award.

He empowers business owners and entrepreneurs to monetize their skills and maximize their sales by assisting them in building a high performance sales team. In the last 12 months alone his business has grown by over 560% and his clients have made over USD 5.2 Million in Sales. Dev is a Sales Champion and is now creating more Champions.

He speaks 4 languages fluently and is a loving father and a caring husband; born in Thailand, grew up in India and now living in Sydney, Australia.

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