Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Handling mistakes, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- Welcome to Training Tips Weekly.…With this week, I'm going to share with you…the dirty little secret that no video trainer…ever wants you to know.…That is, we all make mistakes.…Some of us, hey, most of us make a lot of mistakes.…That's right.…These nice, cleanly-polished and structured movies…that you're watching on this and every other site…on the internet have all been edited to clean up…those mistakes and make us look smooth and polished,…not in an effort to achieve some kind of…instructional video perfection, but simply to remove…the distractions of our mistakes to help you…learn more effectively and efficiently.…
So in this week's episode, I'm going to teach you…the pro tricks of the trade for handling mistakes…when you're producing instructional media,…and it all starts with your preparation.…The more you prepare before you press the record button,…the better you're going to be on camera and on mic.…Now back in Episode 10, Preparing Instructional Lessons,…we talked a lot about how to prepare…and if you missed that episode,…
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