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Welcome to Lessons from Leaders!

Welcome to Lessons from Leaders!


I am really excited about the upcoming show! I will be sending you a Zoom invite immediately after this email.

When you get a chance, please send me a short resume or bio (Brian@vbattorneys.com) so I can read more about you before our show. Also, please feel free to send me any books, articles, videos, or any other materials you think would be helpful for me in preparing to have a great conversation. 
To make our show as awesome as possible, here are a few things to consider:

  1. Make sure you have a good quality microphone. Good quality audio is key for a good show. My team and I do some post-production work afterwards to remove any unwanted noises and clean up the sound, but without great original audio quality, there’s only so much we can improve the audio;
  2. Try to be in a quiet setting. During post-production, we also clean up any background noise. It makes it a lot cleaner and easier without any excessive background noise like dogs barking, kids yelling, trucks screeching, etc etc.
  3. Try to have a good video camera, because we put the show on YouTube and we market video clips to promote the episodes. Set up your video camera at a good angle. Here’s a tip: Put your video camera slightly above your head, shooting at a slightly downward angle. If you do the opposite (camera facing up towards your face), then it will add 10+ pounds to your face.
  4. Pay attention to your background. You can choose a background image in Zoom, or just have a natural background. Either way, pick something that looks good.

I have two “rules” for the show:

  1. The show is yours, so we talk about what you want to talk about. I will have plenty of stuff to talk about, but if there is anything you are particularly interested in talking about, that’s what we will talk about;
  2. You will have 100% complete editing rights for the entire show, up to and including telling me not to release it. I want my guests to be completely and totally comfortable with the end result, so I give them full editing rights. I won’t release something you’re not comfortable with.

Finally, here are a few links to familiarize yourself with the show:
BrianBeckcom.org, the main website where we host all the episodes. Go here to learn a little bit about me
Lessons from Leaders on YouTube
Lesson from Leaders on Facebook
Lessons from Leaders on Instagram
You can also find Lessons from Leaders on your favorite podcasting apps, including Apple PodcastsGoogle PlaySpotify, and others.
I would recommend that you subscribe to the YouTube page and subscribe on whatever podcasting app you prefer, because if you subscribe, you’ll be the first to receive notifications of new shows, including your show when it’s released.
I also personally promote the social across my personal social media accounts, including FacebookInstagramTwitter, and LinkedIn. Go give a guy a follow on my social pages too.
Can’t wait to do the show....
Brian Beckcom
Creater & Host, Lessons from Leaders podcast

About the Author
Brian Beckcom

Brian Beckcom

Brian Beckcom

Brian Beckcom is one of the nation's leading trial lawyers as well as a Philosopher and Computer Scientist. Brian is the founder and host of "Lessons from Leaders," a podcast that features military combat veterans, sports stars, judges, coaches, spiritual leaders, and a wide variety of other national and international leaders.

Brian's work on behalf of his clients has been featured on Good Morning America, Nightline, the New York Times, and other places.

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