A Year of Living Baldly
So now that you’ve learned all about video marketing and how important it is in your video-branding campaign, you’re probably chomping at the bit to go make one yourself.
What? You’re a little nervous about just jumping in with no one to guide you along the way?
That’s just what Liz Zelandais did (well, she had a bit of help, which I’ll explain soon). She jumped in with both feet and made a video in support of her friend Susan who was going through chemotherapy. If you talked to Liz, she’d tell you that she’d NEVER even held a video camera before starting, much less recorded a video. But with our help, she created a touching message called A Year of Living Baldly. Liz shaved all her hair off so Susan wouldn’t have to go through the ordeal of losing her hair alone.
Liz knew she HAD to create a video to honor and support her friend even though she’d never done it before. But just the fact that it was virgin territory didn’t stop this intrepid woman. She connected with me on the internet and decided our course was just what she needed.
• I had looked all over trying to figure out what to do and how to do it, and you and Dr. Marc were the only ones offering a full-spectrum tutorial that didn’t involve enrolling in long-term courses and significant tuition.
The course Liz took was Unleash Your Rock Star Identity. She recorded the video just 2 weeks after taking the course.
• The biggest requirement for me was the motivation – the “want to” factor – and the coaching that y’all provided through your excellent videos.
Liz told me that the process wasn’t second nature for her. But she kept trying because she had the “want to” thing going for her. There’s no quit in Liz. And there can’t be any quit in you, either. Just because you run into a little snag, you’ve got to keep going. And the keeping going will be a lot easier now that you have me in your corner.
• I cannot tell you how much your course helped – every single video was of value.
Liz had to figure out which software to use. She’d never used any of it, so she tried out each option until she found the one that worked for her. She had to learn how to set up a camera and how to deal with lighting. And her success is exemplified in A Year of Living Baldly.
When you get ready to create your video, keep in mind that it doesn’t have to be perfect. You don’t need to be a professional or have previous experience creating videos. Liz is living proof of that. But it does need to be heartfelt and sincere. Your video does have to convey your true emotions and feelings to the viewer. That might be the FIRST RULE of video marketing: show the world your true self.
Showing the world who you really are, and what you really believe, is the best way to drive home your message, no matter if it’s to show of support for a friend or to showcase you or one of your products.
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AWeber, the giant email-marketing company, invited Charlie to show people how to turn their online marketing on its head, attract more customers, engage prospects with video, and make more money. THIS has some of the rave reviews from that presentation at AWeber’s new corporate headquarters in Chalfont, PA – the largest crowd (as of this writing) ever attracted to one of their meetings. Click the link above to go see ALL of that information, including the video of the full presentation.
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Charlie Seymour Jr is known for his creative, attention-grabbing, search-result-hogging videos – he is the Video-Crazed MBA Marketer. He combines animation, on-screen appearances, and teaching methods to DOMINATE your Google search results and then AUTOMATE all the follow up you receive. In this video, you see one of the styles of videos they create (there are MANY styles – this is only one).
Enjoy THIS video… then click the link to learn more:
Who is Charlie Seymour Jr?
Little did he know at the age of six, while sitting on the stage in his first theatrical production, that his business life would lead him to help professionals and executives profit from story telling through video marketing while creating their own legends online. Charlie brings his unique background, experience, and skill together to deliver exceptional marketing exposure for his clients.
Charlie knows in his heart how powerful video is. Not long after losing his father, he started a website, LessonsFromMyGrandson.com, so that his grandson would never grow up not knowing who Charlie is. When people run from a burning apartment or flooded home, they grab their photo albums to keep their memories alive, and that’s probably because their videos are now protected online. He’s one of FIVE generations in his family to direct at the same local theater and his passion outside of his career has been directing “rip your heart out” big musicals like Sweeney Todd, Evita, Cabaret, West Side Story, Follies, A Chorus Line, Hunchback of Notre Dame (which he wrote), and more.
He’s also an Award-Winning Video Producer and Still Photographer; Theater Director, Producer, Actor, Coach; Award-Winning Salesman; #1 Best-Selling Author; Long-time Glazer-Kennedy Student and Marketer; Speaker, Storyteller, Featured Guest in Webinars and Meetups; and oh, yes: he has an MBA from Wharton.
Charlie is not so easily defined. But the thread running through all his varied interests and activities can be summed up as this: Charlie uses online marketing with his passion for storytelling that calls people to action.
Even at an early age, Charlie created stories for people that others wanted to watch. He received his first camera (Brownie: remember them?) at age four and went on to become a professional photographer. He began his video career at age 11 at the side of Robert J. Kerr, the Dupont scientist (and community-theater director) who was a leading specialist in the creation of video tape at a time when a “home machine” weighed 37 pounds and you had to wind the tape from reel to reel. Charlie started directing 3-camera video recordings at age 11 and now regularly has up to five cameras running at the same time. He knows that videos are entertainment plus great information: THAT’S how to get people to watch!
Charlie knows how to get the most from you when creating videos. He appeared in his first main-stage production at age six and directed his first three-act play in 7th grade. He performed in at least one play or musical a year through his college years, founding the student-musical-theater group, Torn Ticket, at Tufts University in 1971, for which he received an Alumni Service Citation. And he wrote and directed The Hunchback of Notre Dame as a major musical with New York composer, Neil Radisch. Charlie then started his own Video and Still-Photography Business in 2000, creating several award-winning, feature-length videos in addition to the Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, Wedding, Family Portrait, and Theater photography he became so well known for.
Charlie specializes in documentary-style video stories: they range from 90-minute stories about a Habitat for Humanity house-building project, high school senior class, state championship football team, or a local band to 5-minute shorts that paint a profile of a local business person. His creative storytelling on video has flipped him upside down to show that he “sees the world in a different way,” put a dream sequence into an iPad-case-demonstration video for PLUSMotif, put his audience into the fire and molten-lead crystal for world-famous crystal designer Peter Yenawine. Clearly he can bring a different viewpoint to YOUR story too.
And he’s known for his many on-location interviews where he is able to draw out clients’ expertise, warmth, and personality, elevating their status for the viewing public. You don’t get “the same look that everyone else gets” when Charlie does an interview with you – you get a unique, well-crafted story that tells people why they should work with you. And if you need a short Welcome Video for your website, he knows how to create that as well.
But Charlie brings more than his creativity and shiny-headed good looks to the table. In real estate, he generated $247,368,657.97 in personal sales and more than $1 billion through his marketing leadership skills, being named the Top Salesman in all of Philadelphia; he ran professional theaters in Princeton, NJ and St. Louis, MO; he operated his own photography/video production company; and he continues to consult about (and use) Web 2.0 technology (especially video production, YouTube, LinkedIn, Traffic Geyser, blogging, podcasting, Facebook, WordPress, and Twitter); he directed musical theater (in his “spare” time).
A Boomer himself, Charlie recently spent time studying the buying habits of his generation leading to the insight that, “We’ve gone from Success To Significance in what drives us. We have the things and now want to be sure to leave our mark ON the world (and on at least one other person IN this world). We need to get our stories out, to profit others and ourselves.” He embodies that for himself as well as his clients.
Charlie has two beautiful, talented, and grown daughters (Stacie and Liz), a son-in-law (Chris), a grandson (Beckett), and new granddaughter (Isabel) who enrich his life in everything they do. He lives outside of Philadelphia in Wallingford, PA USA with his wife, Pam, a cat, a dog, 7 computers, and 8 cameras!
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