When I walked into my first Toastmasters meeting a year ago I WAS TERRIFIED.
My mentor still loves to joke about the first time she met me -- I crossed my arms, made little eye contact, and shook when I spoke. I felt totally out of place -- I was completely out of my element.
My fear was based in what I perceived others were thinking about me.
Fast forward a year and a half, and I have grown tremendously! I've spoken numerous times in front of my club members, at trainings, and for other public engagements (and no one has yet to throw any tomatoes!).
I'm learning to become more and more comfortable with being open. And now, I only cross my arms when I'm cold! I've come a long way, baby!
Pushing myself past my comfort zone has made me realize that strength comes from believing in yourself and knowing that things aren't always as bad as they seem.
So, in this tutorial, I'm pushing myself a little bit more. I'm stepping out from behind my computer, showing my face, and having a wee bit of fun (emphasis one wee...baby steps).In this tutorial, not only will you get a dose of my silliness, but you'll also learn about adding a video within another video (Picture in Picture) using iMovie (which I'm sure is what you mainly came for).
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