Do you know how to ride a bike?
You may have had training wheels when you first started and may have been helped by your parents or older siblings. Eventually, those training wheels were removed. You stumbled, flopped and fell several times, but eventually, you learned to ride a bicycle on two wheels and you felt great about yourself.
Hosting and running a successful webinar involves exactly the same process. You should find someone to help you. Attend several webinars and take notes. After you have attended many webinars, even in different markets or niches, you will see that there is usually a set pattern of distribution.
Learning with training wheels
In the beginning, getting a successful webinar host to help you is like having training wheels on your bicycle when you were younger. This virtually eliminates failure.
You might not be the world’s most adopted webinar host, but when you get guidance from someone who has already been there and done, your performance, even for the first time, if you try If we do, it will be much better. To learn on our own.
Remember the first time you asked someone to go on a date?
Okay, let’s forget about the bike riding experience for a while.
Do you remember the first time you asked someone on a date?
You were filled with satisfaction. Will they reject you? Would you like to open your mouth and mutter and mumble words, sound silly and feel like a fool? These are the questions you have asked yourself. Since you didn’t want to fail, what did you do before going on a date with someone special?
You practised your delivery.
Test your webinar software before going live. This seems like a no-brainer tip, but many first-time webinar hosts don’t do it correctly. Practice, practice, and then practice some more.
Give your webinar to some friends and seek their input. Do your webinar so often that you are familiar with the software and outside experience for your point of view and that of your attendees. Practice makes perfect, so get to know your webinar software and your script intimately before going live.
Don’t forget yourself
You have a lot to learn to be convinced to deliver webinars. There is a software you have to find out. What if there is a technical glitch? What if nobody shows? What if a lot of people show up and you get a rash of complaints because the possibilities may not be present?
With all of these important ideas, it does not make complete sense for you to increase your workload that you are not as you are.
When you act like yourself, the confidence and ability to deliver webinars will develop, and no one else. You are a specific person, and webinars have a great way to shine through one of your personalities.