Brenda Adelman received a best actor award from Zaki Gordan Institute for “Daddy’s Girl,” a short film based on her one-woman show, My Brooklyn Hamlet: A Meshugenah True Story, a best actress nomination at The Orlando International Fringe Festival and a Critics Pick at The Orlando and San Diego Fringe Festival. She also performed her critically acclaimed solo show, My Brooklyn Hamlet for the Best of the Fest held by The Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival.
Brenda specializes in teaching people how to tell their story, craft it, and tell it in a compelling way to attract their ideal clients and customers online. It was through this process that Brenda embraced healing within her own life. Because of a tragedy that happened in her past, she went through a period of depression that ultimately felt like 5 years.
The more she shared her story, the more people connected to her. However, the true healing didn’t begin until she began to forgive on the inside, which is an important part of the process. Many times people will only focus on the external wounds when the most painful and impactful ones are on the inside.
A philosophy Brenda shares is that we must teach if we want to learn in life.
In growing a business online, one of the most powerful ways anyone can do this is through video. Video is a medium that reveals everything, if someone is not authentic, it will show.
To be more authentic on video it is important to not give a robotic appearance. There are a couple of tips that Brenda shares to help you do this.
- Picture someone behind the camera
- Put an image behind the camera of someone
- If you want variety, put two or more pictures of people behind the camera
- Pretend that someone is actually behind the camera.
The One Thing that can help someone grow their business is to utilize Facebook Live as it is a fast way to connect with your audience and receive immediate responses from people.
Brenda has a free 7 day course which is available at:
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