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It is no secret that video is such an important part of our everyday lives these days. People in their personal lives are shooting videos with their camera phones, their flip cameras and their digital recorders of every size and description. Life is flying by and no-one wants to miss a minute of it. With families spread out over the country…grandmas & grandpas, aunts and uncles, mothers and fathers…and friends can all be a part of those precious moments. That doesn’t even address individuals who use video for business; which increasingly is important to online marketing/advertising and branding.
Businesses who use video to get more online traffic find it to be an effective tool. Visually connecting with your market is one of the best ways to catch your customers interest. In fact, your competitors are probably already using video to their benefit. Therefore, I am sure that you can see the importance of being able to harness the power of video editing.
In fact, video is used for connecting individuals together for business, family and for entertainment. So, it is important to know how to, not only capture those moments on video…but, to be able to know how to edit those videos effectively & professionally; and, to preserve them in formats that are useful to the increasingly technological world that we live in.
Understanding how those cameras work and how to render and upload those videos can appear to be overwhelming. Reading manuals isn’t for everyone…some people learn better from training tutorials…To read more go to: Write Where You Are
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I know people who are struggling, people who have cut back in every conceivable way to save money just to stay afloat. I also know people who are living very comfortably in nice homes, with fancy vehicles, going out to eat regularily and have no worries when it comes to bills or their health. The world definately has classes of people who are in the haves and the have nots. There is also a large population of people who are somewhere in the middle. The thing is…we all have things that we could share. Blessings come in many packages.
Everyone of us has gifts, talents, finances, possessions, strengths, knowledge or time that we could share with others. What I love to celebrate and learn about are those who share those blessings with others without thought or expectation of getting something back from that experience of sharing.
Our society is going through some amazingly challenging times…people are struggling. We need to be aware of others around us who are in need…those who could use a little pick me up. It could be a kind word, a nice deed, financial gift, or it could be a sharing of knowledge that could bring a positive change to another. There is a spiritual attitude that I love, it says this: “Those to whom much is given, much is expected in return”. I call that an attitude of gratitude; being thankful for all that you have been blessed with and a willingness to share it with others! I challenge you to find some way to bless others in your daily life. Consider this a compassionate call to action…what can you give to others with no strings attached?
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