Best Resources for Creating Video and Online Courses

Best Resources for Creating Video and Online Courses via

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You want to get started with video and online courses but you're not sure what you need. 

When I started my online business I definitely fell into the I can do #allthethings AND I learned how to procrastiperfect things... I would literally perfect things so much that it would turn into procrastination. DO NOT DO THIS. Done is better than perfect!!

I quickly learned to just do the thing and use what I had. When I first started doing video, I used my iphone propped up on some boxes to get the right angle and that was fine. Over time I invested in more gear so just look at what you can use now and when you're ready and your budget allows for it then you can buy more okay?Remember, done is better than perfect. 

Do what you can with what you have where you are via

Watch the video below to see all of my favorite resources in action!


iPhone (Live streams, YouTube Videos)

Logitech Webcam* : (Video Conferences, Webinars / Live Streams)

Canon E0S 70D* : YouTube Videos, Online Course Videos

Blue Microphone Yeti USB Microphone* : Great microphone for video.

Pop Filter*: Helps clean up the sound on my blue yeti.

Lavalier Lapel Microphone* : great microphone for live streams / videos

Joby Gorilla Pod* : Universal tripod for all of the cameras listed above

Smartphone Mount Adapter*: This is a great mount to hold your smartphone when using a tripod. Can flip both vertically and horizontally. 

Lighting Kit* : Affordable lighting kit that also allows me to film at night

1 TB External Hard Drive* : Storing video files and backup when traveling

This budget friendly lighting kit gives me life via

Lighting Kit*
This budget friendly lighting kit gives me life and it also allows me to film at night





Zoom* : Video Conferences / 1-on-1 Video Sessions

Crowdcast* : Live Webinars / Workshops / Live Streams / Video Summits

Screenflow* : Easy-to-use screen casting software for Mac. This is what I use

for ALL of my videos.

iMovie : I use this app on both my Mac computer and iPhone for creating

short videos.

Teachable*: I host all of my online courses on Teachable and love the how easy it is to use as a teacher and how easy my students can use it as well. To learn more about my courses click here. 

Vimeo: I host videos here because the quality is good and I can setup folders for my clients to access their 'done with you' videos easily too. 


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