Many struggle with stumbling over their thoughts on camera or rambling off task – and ultimately whether or not to script their videos.
“It seems like a lot of work.”
“But Jess – I’m so wooden when I speak and look like I’m reading like a robot!”
“I don’t know how to formulate my thoughts and be clear.”
Behold, don’t fret!
If putting a script together for your video either sounds daunting or turns you into a robot, do this:
1] Open up a new google or word doc
2] Enter your topic
3] Write your intro sentence (introduce yourself and state the topic)
4] List 2-4 bullet points that are THE POINTS you MUST make in the video. Be very particular what you include (median number is 3)
5] Give each bullet point 2-4 supporting sentences
6] Type your outro (hint: you can wrap it up by summarizing your bullet points only)
7] CTA – Ask your audience to do something next
Script hacking only takes 7-10 minutes and you can adjust it to use for multiple situations, videos, interviews, talks, etc.
Is this helpful? List how you’re going to use this in the comments.