How to Give the Best Video Readings
3 Tips to Help You Give the Best Video Readings:
Video readings are a fun and exciting way to work. Not only can they provide a powerful connection via visual velocity, they allow your reader to be an active participant in ways the phone cannot.
Video readers are becoming more and more in demand and if you enjoy being on camera you can create a lucrative business for yourself.
Video readings can be done via smartphone or webcam and you can create a personalized environment that allows your gift to shine.
How can you stand out as the best video psychic? Start with these three tips:
Environment. Engage. Expertise.
1. Environment: Your environment is vital to the success of your work and the connection to your caller. Think quiet, calm and clear.
Make certain your work space is clean, uncluttered and quiet.
Speaking to a reader who has laundry hanging about or piles of clutter is very off-putting and distracting. Equally unflattering are household noises, washing machines, pet noises, other people, TVs etc.
If you are not certain you can create a calm and quiet environment, look at working hours when you are certain you can. Your callers are often in crisis or very emotionally distraught. If there are distractions around you, you may lose your chance to connect and may well have lost that caller forever.
Use an excellent quality smartphone and noise cancelling headsets. Investing in quality work tools is smart and possibly tax deductible for self-employed folks so use the best you can afford. It will make a difference.
A calming background is also advised. Your callers are international and from many different cultural, spiritual and religious backgrounds. Try to choose neutral colors and images that reflect calm and not visually jarring.
2. Engage: Engage your caller from the very beginning. Your caller has chosen you because they were drawn to you. They want to see you, listen to you and spend time with you. They have literally asked you into their space and they are earnestly seeking your help.
Engaging with them, involving them in the reading and talking openly with them can create a solidifying and trusting connection that will bring them back to you whenever they are in need. Some callers may not feel comfortable with you seeing them while others will.
Whichever path they choose, it is up to you to engage with them, honor them and assist them the best way you can. Remember you are the psychic and they have come to you. They have chosen you out of hundreds of other readers so engage with them and allow your gifts to shine.
3. Expertise: You excel at what you do so jump in and dazzle your callers with your wit, wisdom, accuracy and compassion. Show them your gifts in the warmest light, they will respond and open to you.
Don’t hesitate to share your gifts at the deepest levels and wow them with your wise insight. You have unique talents that make you you, so focus on your areas of expertise and guide with light and love.
Many callers love to know how you read or will want to see your cards, runes or crystals. You have a chance to really enjoy reading while educating and involving your callers’ in a more personal way.
Video reading are a great way to deeply connect. You engage your expertise in an open way and really get to know your callers. You can create your own expert star and shine!
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PsychicPro Content Author and Recruiter
I became aware of my gifts at age 3 when I began seeing spirits in my room.
My mother and grandmother were both gifted and from a very young age, I was taught to respect nature and to read her signs along with herbalism, tarot cards, and healing.
I have worked in the healing and psychic world for many years and have taught, read and counseled and written. I trained with many masters and have studied to enhance my gifts in Italy, Greece and many places in the US.
I work with PsychicPRO as a writer and to help readers find their best possible employment in an environment that enhances and honors their abilities. It is an honor to do this work and I look forward to helping you do yours.